Due to their unique sound and even more eclectic aesthetic, Charli XCX and Kim Petras are two of pop’s most fascinating stars right now.
Both artists have served looks in their shows and music videos while enjoying the high of their recently released albums — Crash and Slut Pop, respectively — exciting listeners with custom Mugler, rhinestoned underwear, and vintage Jean Paul Gaultier. Fans can now acquire these garments on Depop, where Charli and Kim have individually sold items from their wardrobes.
More than 50 pieces from Charli’s wardrobe can be found under the username @itscharlixcxbaby, including a $15 heart-print slip dress and a $5,000 pair of bedazzled Agent Provocateur underwear. Her digital shop also features items from her music videos, including a custom Mugler bodysuit and pink cheerleading dress seen in her most recent music video, “Used to Know Me.” Sunglasses, earrings, purses, and a silver spandex sports bra — which Charli wore in a viral video of her singing “Girls Night Out” in 2018 — complete the singer’s collection of items.
The majority of Charli’s wardrobe has already been purchased. However, a few items do remain. According to the singer’s Depop storefront, GLITS (Gays and Lesbians in a Transgender Society), a grassroots group committed to supporting the global LGBTQ+ community, will receive 100% of the earnings from the wardrobe sale.
Kim’s online shop, @kimpetras, offers 24 items she’s worn to award shows, music videos, and concerts. Petras’ “likes” on the platform are also accessible through the shop, allowing fans to see what goods the pop star has contemplated purchasing. One of Kim’s favourited items is a pair of Vivienne Westwood gloves, which she actually bought and wore for her Coachella weekend one performance.
A velour tracksuit from Adidas‘ collaboration with Jeremy Scott, various Gucci cardigans, vintage Jean Paul Gaultier garments, and rare Jeffery Campbell boots are among the highlights of Kim’s wardrobe. Among the sparkling and sheer items that define Petras’ distinctive style are labels like Miu Miu, Givenchy, Off-White, and Maison Margiela.
Petras and Charli aren’t the first celebs to use resale apps to sell stuff directly to fans. Olivia Rodrigo opened her own Depop shop in June, selling pieces from her music videos and personal wardrobe, all of which sold out pretty swiftly. The same enthusiasm will likely apply to Kim and Charli’s wardrobes too, so if you would like to own a piece of pop cultural history, you’d better hurry.