As resale platforms like Poshmark and Reflaunt eye growth and inject a social slant in the digital age, the supply chain is looking less human.
Gayle Tait says the pandemic helped push her to join the re-commerce company.
After spending a few quiet years perfecting artificial intelligence that authenticates luxury goods, Tradesy is ready to scale growth.
While resale platforms like ThredUp and Rebag make gains with tech and talent, it’s a different story for used clothing dealers in Ghana.
Nordstrom will be dropping vintage clothing every month starting this Thursday as part of a new partnership with thrift e-tailer Goodfair.
The RealReal’s consignment report expects high-end watches and top designer collections to also be in demand this year.
For a sector driven, funded and fueled by its ability to create desire, endeavoring to pull back on constantly pushing newness seems a counterintuitive ask.
Eon partners like Nanushka, Salvation Army and more get “instant access” to circular economy and resale with the new network.
The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., Reformation and more push for climate action while Christian Siriano sanctions resale with a new thrift logo for ThredUp.
Beyond Retro and Bank and Vogue partner with Renewcell to transform 30,000 metric tons of used clothing a year into new goods.