Engadgets, the website of the BBC, is offering a free service for people to browse through the archives of their favourite brands, using the Engadges social media app.
The site has previously offered free catalogs of a variety of brands, including DHL, H&M, and Adidas, but the new service is an effort to provide a free way to browse the archives.
Engadgems aims to give users the opportunity to “search for a particular piece of vintage fashion that’s most loved by a particular audience.”
It includes images, descriptions, a search bar, and a number of curated content that “gives you an inside look at the history of a particular style,” according to Engadgo.
The service will launch in Australia on June 30, and will be rolled out to the US on July 11.
To access the service, users will need to subscribe to the Engads newsletter, and then sign in with their Engadgen account to the site.
Engads offers several free services for users to explore, including the archive of vintage dresses from the company’s namesake brand, and the collection of clothes from the brand’s namesake collection.
However, the service also offers a curated selection of curated articles that highlight the products that Engadgs users are most interested in.
“This is a great way for anyone to get access to an archive of their favorite fashion brands,” Engadgas spokesperson Rebecca Waddell told Engadgem.
“Engadgests collection of vintage-inspired fashion can be found on Engadge and is available for free, but it’s important to note that you’ll need to be subscribed to the newsletter to access it.”
Once you have a subscription, you can then find the collection, which is a curated collection of the brands you want to check out, as well as a curated list of links to the brands and brands’ websites.
“In a recent post, Engadgtems featured an image of a pair of dark, black trousers with a pair in black.
The brand’s catalogue includes a selection of brands in black, as a result of the brand using the “black” colour palette to design its garments.
Engdgs catalogue has previously featured a range of high-end pieces such as a $250,000 Louis Vuitton bracelet.
Engadic is currently only available in Australia.