Second hand clothing

Second hand clothing

Second hand clothing

Save the world.

The second-hand clothing industry has environmental, social, and economic benefits that range from fewer carbon emissions to conserving water and reducing waste.
The Nordic Council of Ministers estimated that 190,000 tons of CO2 was conserved and water consumption was reduced by 70 million cubic litres by purchasing on the second-hand clothing market.
Buying vintage clothes means reducing the ecological burden that comes with the production of new clothing.

Berlin is bubbling

The pre-owned clothing market has a lot to offer and buying secondhand is perhaps the easiest way to be a conscious consumer of fashion in the midst of a climate emergency —
But this doesn’t mean you have to compromise on quality or style. 
New collectives and shops are popping up everywhere to capitalize on the new demand for sustainable luxury.
Berlin is bubbling with some of the wildest secondhand boutiques.
We chose the best curated selections of luxury secondhand in Berlin for you to explore.
Source: Luxiders

 

Second hand clothing

Second-hand clothing is the latest trend, and it’s going to overtake fast fashion in next few years.
Fast-fashion is the speed-to-market business model causing fashion waste crisis while secondhand is here to overcome the crisis caused by fashion waste.
Source: Fibre2Facion