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How this company made $1M selling vintage clothes

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As online retail shopping soared during the pandemic, Gen-Z had their sights set on adding one thing to their cart: vintage clothing. It’s a trend mainstream fashion designers are now incorporating. In the latest Stay Tuned, we’ll tell the story of how three friends turned selling vintage clothes in an empty parking lot into a $1M business of sustainable shopping and how younger consumers stopped viewing secondhand clothing as second class.