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Gen Z’s Shopping Habits Shaping the Future of Fashion: Online Thrifting
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The future of fashion looks a lot like used clothes. Fueling the movement? Gen Z, of course.

The secondhand clothing market is a growing one. It’s currently worth $30 billion, according to a recent Jefferies note, and is estimated to grow annually by 18% through 2024. About a quarter of the secondhand market is resale clothing, which Jefferies estimates to grow by 39% annually in the same time frame to eventually comprise over half of the market.

Based on these estimations, Jefferies forecasts the secondhand clothing market will comprise a mid-teen percentage of the overall apparel market over the next decade, driven by online resale, and when that happens, every other demographic will just be catching up to Gen Z, who’s already there.

Look no further than social shopping apps like Poshmark and Depop for proof. Both have garnered large Gen Z user bases, who have taken to the apps

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THE MOST EFFECTIVE Shopping In Jakarta
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Providing all women and men worldwide the perfect of cosmetics, haircare and fragrance by way of quality, efficacy and safety. On-line buying has turn out to be a major disruptor within the retail trade 3 as customers can now search for product info and place product orders throughout different regions. Online retailers ship their merchandise directly to the shoppers’ home, workplaces or wherever they need. The B2C (business to client) process has made it easy for shoppers to select any product online from a retailer’s website and to have it delivered comparatively quickly. Using online procuring methods, customers don’t need to eat energy by bodily visiting physical shops. This fashion they save time and the cost of travelling. A retailer or a store is a business that presents a collection of goods and affords to trade or promote them to clients for cash or other goods.

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How to get the Telfar Shopping Bag that is always sold out
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For the most part, last year’s biggest shopping trends were pretty easy to predict. From tie-dye sweatsuits to the nap dress, we were looking for items that would keep us comfortable while we stayed home and adjusted to our new normal. So when the Telfar Shopping Bag became one of the most-wanted accessories of the year, it was somewhat surprising.

While other luxury brands struggled as the economy took a serious hit, Telfar, helmed by Liberian-American fashion designer, Telfar Clemens, seemed to have its best year yet. The global fashion shopping platform, Lyst, revealed in their Year in Fashion Report at the end of 2020 that searches for the brand saw a 270 percent increase week-on-week since August.

While Telfar makes a variety of products, from shoes to apparel, none are quite as popular as the cult-favorite Shopping Bag. It ranges in price from $150 to $257 and

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What is Revenge Shopping? Fashion 2021
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Hell hath no fury like a fashionista scorned. After twelve goddamn months of nowhere to go, no nightclubs to get dressed up for, no rails of clothes to stroke, no fashion shows to peacock outside of — we are more than just deliriously bored; we’re angry. And we want revenge. In China, the term bàoxìng xiāofèi — which translates as ‘revenge shopping’ — has been making waves as style pundits have been making up for lost time by hitting malls and luxury emporiums hard, buying up feel-good items that they have been starved for during lockdown. Case in point: Hermès reportedly cashed in $2.7 million at its flagship boutique in Guangzhou’s Taikoo Hui mall on the first day of trading after restrictions eased.

More than just a consumerist flex, the idea of seeking ‘revenge’ on Covid-19 is prescient around the world. Think of the pandemic as

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On Instagram, Follow Along as ‘Vogue’ Editors Go Shopping in The Get
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Here at Vogue, we prefer to walk on the sunnier side of the street. We’re excited about what the spring will bring—and that largely has to do with fashion. As of late, our editors have been diving headfirst into warm-weather dressing, sporting cheerful outfits intended to enliven each day. We’ve also been sourcing some of our favorite fashion, beauty, and home decor finds for all to enjoy. It’s all part of The Get, Vogue’s shopping page where readers can peruse our best discoveries, each of which has received our editors’ stamps of approval.

In a short video that will launch today on our Instagram Stories, Vogue editor Chioma Nnadi reveals what exactly is capturing her attention at present: “I want to wear clothes that make me feel happy,” Nnadi says, walking into the camera frame in a vivacious kelly green short-sleeve sweater by Grace Wales Bonner

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Shopping Tourism in Italy Won’t Make Real Comeback Until 2023
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MILAN The loss of tourists caused by the pandemic is dramatically impacting the Italian retail sector.

During a digital webinar organized on Thursday by Global Blue, the tax-free leader presented research conducted by Oxford Economics, a company providing global forecasts and analysis to prevent and manage risk. The study highlighted that in 2020, Milan welcomed almost half the number of international visitors compared to every year in the period of 2001 to 2019. When normally around 4.5 million people visit the European city every year, in 2020 there were only 2.5 million.

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“We expect that they will return to pre-COVID-19 rates in 2023,” said Nicola Nobile, lead economist at Oxford Economics. “However, we believe that international tourists will slowly return to travel to Italy and to Milan in the third quarter of this year.”

The lack of international visitors is causing a drop in the

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