The high street stalwart has joined forces with rental platform Hirestreet to enable its customers to rent its latest spring collection.
The collaboration, which is the largest in Hirestreet’s history, comes as Marks & Spencer endeavours to become a Scope 3 net-zero business by 2040.
“At Marks & Spencer, our focus is ensuring our product is more relevant, more often for our customers’ lives – that’s not just what we offer but how,” says Richard Price, the managing director of clothing and home at Marks & Spencer.
98% of Hirestreet customers who rented from the Marks & Spencer’s autumn/winter collection said they would rent an M&S product again from the online platform, with 95% of Hirestreet customers said they were impressed with the quality of their products.
Hirestreet was founded in 2017 by Isabella West and specialises in high-street specific fashion rentals.
Images: courtesy of Marks & Spencer