How The Resale Revolution Is Reshaping Fashion • Discoverology

How The Resale Revolution Is Reshaping Fashion

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We’re buying more clothes than ever, but it’s not all fast fashion. More than half of 25- to 34-year-olds buy secondhand or vintage clothes, and resale apps such as Depop, Stock X and Vestiaire Collective are tapping into the millennial and generation Z market.

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