The Circular Economy: A Source of Fresh Energy for Fashion?

At a time of rising environmental concern and a changing economic landscape, the current surge of interest in the resale of unwanted clothing is bringing fresh energy to the fashion scene.

By Augustin Lavagna Published on 23 October 2019 Share

The second hand has always existed, with collectors and vintage lovers. For all that, from media news to behaviors orchestrated on social networks, it has become the image of cool 18-25 year olds. According to a recent study by the Fashion Retail Academy, nearly 25% of the Generation Z has already sold clothes via social.

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