ThredUp’s latest 2020 report analyzes the acceleration of resale, in light of the coronavirus pandemic and economic recession.
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In a snapshot of spring data from businesses and consulting firms, consumer behavior is still shifting sustainably amid the pandemic.
Coronavirus spring cleaning and closet cleanouts to amount to “unprecedented” thrift donations. The impact extends much further.
The partnership is part of the retailer’s sustainability efforts. But it comes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic — when the future of resale is still uncertain.
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It’s not the first time fast-fashion leaned into the popularity of thrift and vintage, but it’s definitely a bold move.