By all accounts, fashion is a waste.
With archival designer clothing commanding staggeringly high prices on the secondary market, predicting which brands will pop off next isn’t easy.
It may seem like menswear manages to earn more on the secondhand market, but it's not really that simple.
Plus, Roberto Cavalli's court filing reveals restructuring plans.
Plus, four ways the sneaker resale market will change in 2019.
From a financial standpoint, this hype-driven sector of the market shows no sign of slowing down.
Plus, a new Launchmetrics report says influencers are the leading voices in beauty.
Plus, will the Juicy Couture tracksuit thrive in the age of athleisure?
Luxury fashion adopted the streetwear scene's preferred method of retail in 2017. But is the hype model sustainable in the long term?
Plus, how fashion became a fan of mass consumerism.
Will it build a strong community of fashion enthusiasts, too?
We spoke to expert sellers from Poshmark, Grailed and Depop.
Plus, one writer's take on why "body neutrality" is the new "body positivity."
The go-to site for hypebeasts to find (and fawn over) rare designer pieces has big plans for the year ahead.
His only regret? His social media handles.