What to give as a gift to that special someone that loves vintage? Sometimes it takes a bit of creativity, but what are the best gifts for vintage lovers this holiday season? Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has curated a great list of ideas and inspiration for our luxury holiday 2021 gift shop guide of the best sustainable unique vintage gifts, including fashion and home décor, for everyone on your list.
Luxury consignment and resale sites are on fire right now. Vintage looks are in, and sustainability and the circular economy are a priority for many luxury shoppers. So what better place to shop for Valentine’s Day gifts? The luxury resale online site The RealReal (TRR) is an excellent source for luxury vintage gifts for Valentines Day 2021. Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has curated a list of the 15 best finds at online resale site The RealReal for vintage luxury gifts for her for Valentines Day 2021, including fine jewelry, designer apparel and handbags and more.
Supporting sustainable luxury can be done in many ways: buying from designers committed to eco-friendly fashion – even “trashion.” You can shop designer resale sites like the RealReal. And you can also shop vintage. Our ace correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has curated an inside guide to the best vintage shopping in America right now, both online and retail, including fashion, home décor and more.
Luxury consignment and resale sites are on fire right now. These vintage luxury merchandise sites – a core driver of the circular economy – were already growing rapidly. Now, with retail stores closed and shoppers at home with plenty of time to browse thanks to the coronavirus social distancing requirements, business is booming. So, what is it like to consign and buy from the luxury resale online site The Real Real (TRR)? Here’s what you need to know about the Real Real resale site. Our correspondent Jillian Tangen shares her insider insights on how The RealReal works, and how to successfully consign and shop on the online luxury resale site.
What is “trashion?” And what are the brands to know in this new fashion movement, which focuses on upcycling and recycling to create apparel and accessories out of everything from plastic to fishing nets? Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has curated a list of the 10 brands to know who are crafting sustainable, eco-friendly fashion on the forefront of the growing trashion movement.