Year of the thrifting and second-hand market, driven by Gen Y and Z

A warehouse sale of second-hand clothing by Singaporean pop-up thrift store Tryft Shop. PHOTO: TRYFT SHOP
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SINGAPORE – Consider the stigma around pre-loved clothing officially gone.

It remains the era of second-hand, even more so given the continued rise of thrift stores, as well as luxury resale and other recommerce platforms, in 2022.

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