Fashionphile in the Press

Where to Go for Help After a Handbag Fling

Sarah Davis, founder of Fashionphile LLC, an online retailer based in Beverly Hills, Calif., says business is up more than 65% this year, with the company selling an expected 10,000 pre-owned bags in 2010 compared with 6,000 in 2009.

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Lucky Magazine

Virtual Shopping List: "I never tire of perusing fully authenicated, pre-owned handbags..."

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Beverly Hills for the Rest of Us

Ogling luxury handbags for free: Caught up in the glamour and glitz, I ducked into Fashionphile, a handbag consignment shop...

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San Francisco Magazine

Fashionphile founder Sarah Davis celebrates the opening of her brick-and-mortar Maiden Lane vintage bag shop

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Best of the City - Luxury Consignment

Hidden on the third floor next to the John Varvatos store on Maiden Lane, Fashionphile brings a whole new meaning to consignment...

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100 Brilliant Ideas 2010

After outgrowing eBay, Sarah Davis opened her own pre-owned luxury handbag shop and online store...

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When this handbag junkie turned her passion into a multimillion-dollar online business thanks to eBay, the Fairfield, CA, mom of four opted out of a law career...

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S.F., Peninsula Boutiques Boost the Style Quotient

Tucked into a small but airy third-floor retail space on Union Square's Maiden Lane is Fashionphile, San Francisco's latest luxury-for-less shop. It resells used...

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Retail's New Leases on Life

Fashionphile opened a San Francisco showroom for its used luxury handbag business on Maiden Lane earlier this week, joining the ranks of Marmot, Porsche Design...

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Female Founders: Overcoming the The Cupcake Challenge and 'Mompreneur' Stigma

Inspired at the mall one day by a woman buying a stack of clearance blankets on the cheap who explained she'd sell them on eBay for a profit, the mom of four parlayed...

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