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How Malaysia Got in on the Secondhand Clothing Boom (Published 2022) – The New York Times

How Malaysia Got in on the Secondhand Clothing Boom (Published 2022) – The New York Times

Sellers from the country have become a reliable source of sought-after labels, finding high value in discarded items.Maybe it was the pandemic, or growing concerns about the environment, or a bit of both, but one thing’s certain: People are doing a lot more secondhand shopping these days.Secondhand clothing is one of the fastest growing sectors in the global fashion marketplace, as consumers seek out affordable, eco-friendly alternatives to fast fashion. Even celebrities are picking pre-owned looks for red carpet appearances.A 2021 report from the resale platform ThredUp and the analytics firm GlobalData projected that used clothing sales would rise to nearly $77… 

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