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Worldwide, more than 73% of fashion items end up in landfills or are incinerated, forming what we commonly refer to as fashion waste.

Longevity instead of disposability

There is a shift towards sustainability in the fashion industry as we have seen how fast fashion contributes to the throwaway culture. Buying second-hand clothing is a great way for individuals to put an end to this problem. We highlight several ways in which buying second-hand clothing can make an important contribution to promoting sustainability.


How second-hand shopping contributes to sustainable practices

  1. Extends the product lifespan
  2. Reduces the impact of manufacturing
  3. Minimizes textile waste
  4. Promotes the circular economy in fashion
  5. Avoids the landfill of luxury goods
  6. Promotes sustainable consumption patterns

Overall, second-hand shopping is proving to be a dynamic force that promotes environmentally conscious consumer behavior. Join this movement by not only using second-hand options but also selling your designer bags on our platform.

We therefore encourage you to embrace the ethos of reuse and conscious buying and recognize that this decision not only benefits you as an individual consumer, but also makes a significant contribution to global efforts to reduce environmental degradation. If you are already practicing sustainable consumption, we sincerely thank you for your commitment to promoting a sustainable future. Your actions, no matter how small, play an important role overall.

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