Selling pre-loved designer and ethical fashion brands. Fighting human trafficking with fashion.

About Us

  Talia Chain. Managing Director                                   
Talia Chain, Managing Director            Sarah Kendal, Creative Director  

House of Beth is a social enterprise working in the fashion industry. 

What we do

House of Beth is an online ethical fashion marketplace  selling preloved designer clothing and ethical brands. We are the online destination for fashionable and affordable second hand clothing. We combine fashion with charity selling specially curated and collected clothing on behalf of charities. We are currently working with charities to fight human trafficking one clothing purchase at a time.   40-50% of the proceeds from each purchase are donated to our charities. 

This both allows clothes to be recycled and gives charity shops a much higher percentage of profits than brick and mortar shops. We also provide an upcycling service for charity shop clothes. We focus on styling and collections in order to help charity shops move into a more fashionable sphere. The clothes are styled into collections based on women who have inspired House of Beth. 
This promotes the idea that our clothing will be timeless with beauty, quality and integrity at its core whether or not it has been worn before. We will only sell a very high standard of pre-loved clothing.  We are also working on supporting and selling new ethical brands who work within poor communities around the world. House of Beth models are beautiful and unique, cover a range of sizes and ages and we never airbrush them.
We passionately believe that fashion can be both ethical and beautiful.  
House of Beth acts as an inspirational catalyst that provokes the consumer to consider a more positive approach to fashion and the power behind the purchase. In an age where fast fashion has been embraced, where body-identity is strongly influenced by the media's problematic portrayal of women, we want to reverse these rules by our ethical approach to consuming goods.
We have rebranded second hand to preloved chic and have worked with a huge variety of beautiful women of all ages and sizes to model our collections and products. We have also ensured that 50% of each purchase goes directly to assisting those who have been failed by the globalised marketplace and are now survivors of the most extreme forms of exploitation - slavery. By purchasing discounted designer clothes on our website you can help some of the most vulnerable people in the world.
Please feel free to read about our ethical policy here. 
House of Beth believes collaboration is the way to positive change. If you are a charity who wishes to partner or just wants to talk about possible collaborations please contact 
House of Beth is a part of Red Light Campaign (Company Number 8972344)