A study condemning rental clothing behavior sparked new questions and challenges on circular fashion models.
“Gossip Girl” costume designer Eric Daman has linked with resale shop ThredUp for styling boxes to give fans “on-screen looks sustainably.”
Rebag, with a stock of nearly 25,000 bags, is introducing a new AI technology that it hopes will promote a circular economy on its site.
This week in sustainability, PacSun launched a resale service, Stella McCartney continues fur-free advocacy and Bluesign updates its approved chemicals list.
Fashionphile will map out a 60,000-square-foot East Coast headquarters adding 150 jobs in luxury re-commerce to New York.
This week in sustainability, Allbirds announces new goals, Farfetch links with ThredUp and Econyl fiber maker steps into direct-to-consumer.
Fast fashion and “sustainable” clothing are increasingly losing to resale, according to ThredUp’s latest report.
Burberry and Pangaia are among the brands taking up the Fashion Avengers social campaign to champion sustainable fashion for the first year.
Galaxy, the first fashion resale marketplace powered by live video, launches this month.
This week in sustainability: why outdoor leads resale adoption, manufacturers “unaware” of microplastics and circularity campaigns on rise.
The retailer remains on course to open between 45 and 50 new stores this year as the digital business also continues to grow.
SSA’s Chris Ventry on where re-commerce is headed with the rise of The RealReal, Poshmark and ThredUp.