Ssense Enters the Lifestyle Game With ‘Everything Else’ Category

Ssense has always been the reliable fashion platform you lean on to build up your luxury wardrobe and discover emerging streetwear brands. Now, you can shop for so much more than your favorite Jacquemus mini bags, Pyer Moss hoodies, and Rick Owens shoes at the beloved retailer. Today, Ssense launches Everything Else, a new section on the site that supplies customers with home goods, technology, beauty—basically everything outside of the retailer’s fashion offerings.

The gender-neutral section offers a plethora of lifestyle brands—some known, some up-and-coming—that Ssense curated to appeal to its millennial audience. When you peruse the area, you’re greeted by Tata Harper cleansers, African Botanics body products, a Tom Dixon coffee brewer, and plenty of items that could make your holiday shopping all the better. The products can be found by brand, exactly how you would shop Ssense’s fashion assortment, or by categories like home, pets, self-care, activity, and technology.

“With Everything Else, we’re intentionally rejecting conventional department and product categorizations. Our audience is more interested in exploring a curated but expansive world of products from established and emerging brands, extending beyond fashion into every aspect of their lifestyle,” Krishna Nikhil, the chief merchandising officer for Ssense, says in a statement. Other brands included in the lineup are Transparent Speakers, AIAIAI, Maison Margiela, Joanna Vargas, Vintner’s Daughter, and more. Everything Else is available now on, as well as the Ssense mobile app. Shop some of our favorite picks below.

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