StockX expands its catalog with luxury women’s shoes – Footwear News
StockX is now getting involved in the world of luxury women’s footwear.
The marketplace has announced that it has expanded its catalog with the launch of luxury shoes for women. The addition comes at a time when StockX said more than a third of its users are women, a number that continues to grow.
The company said in a statement that consumers will now have access to a range of looks including Amina Muaddi, Hermès, Chanel, Gucci, Prada and Christian Louboutin. Also, there are plans to introduce more luxury footwear brands throughout this year and in 2023.
StockX has added a Footwear category to its homepage with the debut of luxury women’s shoes, which the company says will make it easier for customers to discover recently added women’s shoe brands, as well as other brands popular non sneakers such as Crocs, Birkenstock and Timberland.
“Consumers have turned to StockX for access to hard-to-find luxury handbags and accessories for years, so this launch was a natural next step for us. has grown, our customer base has diversified, and we’ve built an even stronger relationship with our female customer base,” Cynthia Lee, StockX’s vice president of sneakers, apparel and accessories, said in a statement. “In addition to serving this growing audience, the launch of women’s luxury shoes brings new benefits to our seller community. StockX sellers in Europe, in particular, have a huge opportunity to diversify their business and meet the growing demand from buyers in the States. United States and other parts of the world.
StockX has confirmed that it will also feature new men’s shoe offerings from luxury brands Hermès, Gucci and Prada.
The expanded catalog comes at a time when brands other than Nike, Jordan Brand and Adidas are making noise on StockX. Last month, StockX revealed in its latest Big Facts report that Hoka was the fastest growing sneaker brand on the platform, with an increase in trade of 3,606% for the first half compared to the same period in 2021. After Hoka, Puma saw a 415% increase in the first half of 2022 compared to the same period last year. Common Projects (376%), Louis Vuitton (245%) and Birkenstock (219%).