If you're not familiar with Depop, you soon will be. The secondhand fashion app is slowly taking over the world – one member of Gen-Z at a time. Currently, it has over 29 million users across 147 different countries, 10.5 million of whom are based in the UK and the majority is under 26 years old. No wonder, then, that Etsy has just bought Depop for a staggering £1.14 billion, in a bid to target younger shoppers.
While many of these shoppers have turned selling on Depop into a full-time career, what you might not know is that some of your favourite celebrities are also in on the fashion reselling game, using Depop to ensure their pre-loved items have a longer life.
Olivia Rodrigo, the ultimate Gen-Z representative, has even launched her very own Depop store today called the Sour Shop. It features clothes and accessories seen in some of the music videos from her album, Sour, including Good 4 You, Deja Vu and viral TikTok hit Driver's License.
So, without further ado, here are the best celebrity Depop accounts to follow – and shop from – now...
SHOP: The Celebrities On Depop
If you're an Olivia Rodrigo fan and have been since Driver's License went viral on TikTok, you might want to visit her new Depop shop Sour. Named after her album, it will sell pieces seen in some of her music videos, meaning you could become the proud owner of the Levi's Olivia wore in the video for Deja Vu or the Nikes seen in Good 4 You.
If we're being honest, we're not sure who the girl modelling most of Lily's clothes is, but she's certainly selling them to us. Expect lots of stand out pieces from the likes of Miu Miu and Chanel.
We'll forever be obsessed with Em Rata's sexy-yet-laidback California girl style, so her Depop shop is an absolute dream, regularly featuring brands like Reformation and Free People.
One of the most prolific Depop users, with 1.7million followers, the influencer known as The Blonde Salad back in the day, always has great pieces for sale – but you have to be quick to bag it. Expect plenty of J Brand jeans.
Not only does Man Repeller sell some insane designer shoes (Brian Atwood, Valentino, Giuseppe Zanotti) for under $200, but her captions are gold – it's well worth a snoop around.
Toff's cutesy, girl-next-door style is prominent throughout her shop – fit-and-flare dresses, plenty of lace, and mini skirts. Think sipping chai lattes at Bluebird in Chelsea.
Another fellow Made In Chelsea star, although this account isn't ran by Louise personally. Whoever does manage it clearly has a thing for uploading items in colour groups. It's like a rainbow Depop page...
If you're looking for some quirky bags, Tess Holliday is your girl. Plus, she stocks a great range of swimwear – bikinis and costumes galore.
Ex Love Islander Olivia Buckland clearly has a thing for summer, because her shop makes us want to book a holiday asap. Crop tops, short shorts and mini dresses – have a gander, she's got A LOT on offer.
Yep that's right, as in Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams. Sadly most of Maisie's items are sold out, but we love that her proceeds from sales will benefit Mind, Cancer Research UK & Dolphin Project.
Gloves, corsets, hats, brooches – Dita's shop feels like it's own burlesque show. So many stunning and very unusual pieces, it's like a Portobello stall on steroids.
Winnie's shop looks very sleek, but is filled with exciting and very random items. Expect to find her Poison Ivy halloween costume and furry leg warmers...
Is it just us, or are you feeling a little nostalgic going through Frankie's Depop shop? So many platforms, most definitely from her previous girlband life in The Saturdays.
We're getting a hit of Sharpay Evans – a Chanel tote, a fur bomber, a pleated mini skirt.