Designed by Alan Harbron at Red Antler

Creative Director: Erin Collis

Digital Designer: Mia Watson

Designer: Natalia Grosner

Categories: Website / Identity / Packaging

Industry: Corporate

Tags: Photography / Typography / Digital / Art direction / Fashion / Rebrand / Website / Logo / Branding / Identity / Thrift


As the largest online platform for thrifting, ThredUP had a thriving business and had cemented itself as the category leader. Ahead of its planned IPO, they came to us with the opportunity to reframe secondhand shopping. With the goal of celebrating how sustainable shopping is also fun and fashionable, we evolved the ThredUP brand to signify a satisfying and unrestrained approach to style. ThredUP users can let go of clothing they no longer want while upgrading their look with unique, affordable pieces. This sense of movement and circulation is reflected throughout the system with glowing auras added to lifestyle photography, and bright, visually diverse identity elements. Bringing a new meaning to thrift, the evolved brand transforms secondhand from a musty compromise to a proud fashion statement. We worked with them through strategy, identity, brand system, digital experience, packaging design & art direction.