This Ultra-Luxury Secondhand Retailer Wants to Be the Hermès of Resale
With a new partnership with Alaïa and a much-talked-about old-Céline archive sale during Paris Fashion Week, Re-See is one of the industry's best-kept secondhand shopping secrets.
How to Shop More Sustainably, According to Andrea Cheong
The viral TikTok creator shares her master class in mindful consumption, including five tips anyone can implement.
In 2022, More People Bought Vintage Clothes, 'Flipped' Resale Purchases and Shopped Indie Designers on The RealReal
The platform's annual Luxury Resale Report highlights how the ways we shop — and sell — resale are changing.
Why the Next 'It' Bag Is One You've Already Seen Before
Motivated by value, scarcity and a sense of nostalgia, shoppers are increasingly looking to the secondhand market, leading to the resurgence of beloved accessories of the past, from Balenciaga Motos to Fendi Baguettes.
Must Read: Kenzo Releases the First Collection Under Nigo, the Big Business of Ugly Shoes
Plus, what we can learn from the viral balaclava trend.
Luxury Brands Are (Finally) Tapping Into Resale — What Does That Mean for the Secondhand Market?
Over the last year, Oscar de la Renta, Valentino, Gucci and more announced they would start selling their own vintage. How will they compete with the third-party retailers that have dominated the resale business?
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Must Read: Virgil Abloh Paved the Way for Future Generations, Resale Is Expected to Double in the Next Decade
Plus, how non-beauty influencers became beauty's next big stars.
Must Read: Pucci Names New Artistic Director, Brands to Return to Physical Format for Paris Fashion Week
Plus, the confusing pricing of secondhand clothes.
The 'Post-Pandemic Consumer' Is Embracing Secondhand Clothes
And more insights from Thredup's latest report on the resale industry.
Gucci Launches Official Resale Partnership With the RealReal
It joins the ranks of Stella McCartney and Burberry in incentivizing customers to shop and sell secondhand.
Across the Country, Vintage Shops Are in a Fight to Save Thrifting
Can the humble consignment store replicate its famously intimate in-person shopping experience online? That's the plan.
Does Shopping Secondhand Actually Reduce Overall Clothing Consumption?
According to a new study from Farfetch, the answer is yes more than half the time for American and UK shoppers.
Workers Who Form the Backbone of the Secondhand Market Are Especially Vulnerable in a Time of Pandemic
Ghana's kayayei make clothing resale possible on a global scale. Covid-19 is hitting them particularly hard.
Must Read: 'About Time' Costume Institute Exhibit to Open in the Fall, Tom Ford Talks Fashion's Need for Federal Stimulus
Plus, how coronavirus is disrupting the beauty industry.