Chrissy Sayare of TBC Inducted into Coveted Vogue100 Group

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Chrissy Sayare of TBC Inducted into Coveted Vogue100 Group

Exclusive arm of Vogue Magazine notoriously hard to get into


Chrissy Sayare, co-founder and CEO of Luxury Resale Brand, To Be Continued (TBC) has been tapped to join Vogue Magazine’s exclusive Vogue100 group. Vogue100 is a curated list of distinctive creative voices from around the globe, encompassing actors, artists, musicians, athletes, stylists, activists, chefs, choreographers, videographers, beauty fanatics and glamour girls.


One of the reasons Sayare was selected was because of her incredible growth in the luxury consignment world, but also for her dedication to sustainable fashion. She believes in the circular economy of fashion where outfits aren’t worn just once and cast aside but rather are given the opportunity to be acquired and loved by new fashion aficionados, thus extending the life of each designer item. This is a core principle of TBC’s business model.


“To say it’s an honor to be selected as part of the Vogue100 group is an understatement,” said Sayare. “I rub shoulders with some of the most wildly creative and amazing people from around the globe. It’s a hugely inspiring group of people. We recently had the quintessential “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” event at Tiffany & Co. in New York where we got to share ideas and make connections.”


Sayare has had a lifelong love affair with fashion. From a very early age, she knew how to pull elements from her wardrobe and put them into stylish ensembles. It’s her dream come true to be CEO of a top luxury resale brand and be inducted into Vogue100.


TBC opened its first boutique in Scottsdale, Ariz., in 2014, catering to high-end clients looking to buy and sell previously owned designer goods, thus supporting the sustainable fashion movement. Today they boast four boutiques in multiple states and cities including Los Angeles and Dallas.


TBC offers a highly curated collection of designer items from rare vintage pieces to contemporary haute design houses with the most popular including Chanel, Hermes and Louis Vuitton. Sayare travels extensively to source from the most distinguished closets in the world and build her offerings to her fashion-loving clients. Items are sold in luxury environments akin to the most posh international designer boutiques. Chrissy and her business partner Mitch Sayare employ a sophisticated staff, offering a high level of personalized service to their clients, be they shoppers or consignors. In addition to its four brick-and-mortar locations, TBC sells merchandise through its website:  


About To Be Continued…A Luxury Resale Brand

To Be Continued… is a high-end, luxury resale brand specializing in the sale of the most coveted designer clothing, handbags, shoes and accessories at below-retail prices. Merchandise is curated from distinguished closets around the world including Paris, London, Dubai, Athens, New York City, Boston, Los Angeles and Scottsdale. Shoppers enjoy a highly curated salesfloor of unique and beautiful designer items while consigners are rewarded with a quick return on their previously loved items. To Be Continued is based in Scottsdale, Ariz., and owned by Chrissy and Mitch Sayare. They have four stores currently: two in Scottsdale, one in Dallas and one in Los Angeles, with plans for more down the line. For more information:

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