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Luxe.It.Fwd - $75 off Authentic Pre-Owned Luxury Handbags, Shoes and Accessories Sitewide (Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci & More)


Lunar New Year Sale! Get $75 off all items SITEWIDE when you apply the code at checkout.

All items are 100% authentic and pre-owned, so once they’re gone, they’re gone, so don’t miss out!

Authentic Pre-Owned Chanel CC Leather Espadrilles (RRP New $970) NOW $600 $525 with code
Authentic Pre-Owned Gucci Soho Chain Shoulder Bag Medium (RRP New $2,390) NOW $1,100 $1,025 with code
and much, much more!

Luxe.It.Fwd is Australia’s premier online re-seller of authentic pre-owned luxury designer handbags and accessories.

We offer…
FREE SHIPPING on all Australian orders.
Free 14-day Australian returns (*T&Cs apply).
Afterpay, Zip Pay and Laybuys available.

Code valid until Saturday 29th February 2020.

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  • +7 votes

    $525 for second hand shoes? Are you fkn nuts?

  • +2 votes

    Chinese not buying? Must be virus fears.


    Picked up some cheap Louis Vuitton in Brisbane last Thursday.


    ad ad ad not bargain


    Always wondered;

    When you're talking hundreds, if not thousands of dollars worth of fashion accessories, how do you KNOW its genuine?

    Do they have unique id codes or something? Nfc sewn in?

    There's 10's of videos on youtube of people (almost) selling fake fashion products for thousands, before revealing its a copy (an expensive copy) but a copy.

    I mean, if there's quality copies out there that even specialists cant tell; how do you?

    Genuine question, i dont do 'high fashion'.


      I want to know the answer too


      Some people can spot a fake Rolex from a respectful distance just by the thickness of the crystal, a fraction of mm from the genuine…


        Yes, but watches are a great example of products with unique id's.

        For all he knows, that rolex copped a mighty scratch and had its glass professionally polished.

        In the case of handbags and shoes?

        There have been genuine instances where products have gone out the front door of a factory for 5k. Then out the back door for $50.

        Just when 'specialists' fail to spot the fakes, how do we know what we're buying if not new?

        Or probably a more logical question; why not buy the really good fakes?

        My mates a watch snob (and a trained watchmaker).

        Hes said that while he can spot the fakes, on rolexes specifically, there are some fakes that have tried so hard, they're mechanically better and more accurate; just lacking brand.