La Redoute is a French marketplace for fashion, lifestyle, and home decor products with seven million unique visitors per month. The marketplace is highly selective about its third-party sellers and only approves approximately 1% of applicants.
What do I need to set up a La Redoute seller account?
To sell products on La Redoute, you must be located in Europe and deliver to France.
Eligible sellers should submit an application to sell on La Redoute marketplace and provide the following information:
- Company name
- SIRET number
- Intra-community VAT number
- Contact name
- Contact role
- Phone number
- Email address
- Business address
- Postal code
- Select brand owner or seller
- Specify your product vertical
- Number of items in catalog
- Link to website
- Presence on other marketplaces
- Indicate integration method or listing partner
What are the commission rates and fees on La Redoute?
This information is not made public by La Redoute, but various outlets online have reported commission rates ranging from 8% to 20% depending on the product category, and seller subscriptions of €49 per month.
What are the image requirements on La Redoute?
La Redoute accepts two file types for product images: JPEG and PNG. The minimum image dimensions are 400 pixels on the shortest side, but images with dimensions of at least 641 pixels display best. For zoom capability, minimum image dimensions are 1200 pixels on the shortest side.
Do I need approval to list in certain categories on La Redoute?
Sellers need to obtain approval to sell products in each category. La Redoute does not enable all the categories upfront, regardless of the seller.
On the application, sellers may choose from the following product categories:
- Beauty / Well-being / Cosmetics
- Jewelry / Accessories
- Home appliance
- Toy / Video games
- Household linen
- Fashion / Ready-to-wear
- Sport / Leisure
- Wine / Fine Food
Are UPCs, EANs, or other GTINs required to sell on La Redoute?
EAN-13s are required to sell products on the marketplace, and sellers cannot obtain an exemption for this. Because La Redoute is a European marketplace, sellers with 12-digit UPCs need to convert their product identifiers to EAN-13 by adding a country code of 0 to the beginning of the UPC.