The Nu Wardrobe

Visionary women, sharing clothes

good for your pocket, good for the planet


Hi. We’re Nu. 

A collective of women, bonded over our desire to celebrate and enjoy fashion without harming the planet. 

With a predicted 235 million items of clothing going to landfill over the next year we know we’re stronger and louder together, and that our current wardrobes have all the clothes we need to create a new fashion system. So we’ve started a movement and we want YOU to join.

How Nu Works.

We share our much-loved but underused-clothes with people in our community.

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Become a Nu Dublin beta member. 

Beta members are true early adopters - the first to try new technology and the ones who build movements. 

Here Are Some Things To Start Getting Excited About

Exclusive access to your fellow members’ wardrobes - a revolving wardrobe of statement pieces at your fingertips!

Reducing your impact - our impact calculator tells you the carbon, water and waste offset of each item you lend and borrow. 

An early bird subscription offer of just €8 per month (or €5 if you’re a student 😜)  - the cost of a pint cocktail per month for unlimited borrows? You’re welcome. 

An invite to our Dublin launch party this November, where we’ll connect fellow visionary women in Dublin.

Are you with us?

We’re all about..

Meet your fellow sharers.



Influencer and Activist

Sharing DvF



Nu Community Director

Sharing Self-Portrait



Nu Creative Director & New Mum

Sharing Marques Almeida



Chef and #Girlboss

Sharing Whistles


It’s a wonderful life!

As owners of fashion (made from our finite resources) we have a responsibility to give our pieces a full life. Sometimes we cannot do this individually but with Nu we can do this collectively.


When you let your piece go, it will always come back with a Nu story.

Meet your fellow sharers.



Nu Founder

Sharing Needle and Thread



West End Star

Sharing Diane von Furstenberg



Human Rights Academic

Sharing Whistles



West End Stage Manager

Sharing Coast