3 Top Reads This Week

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by Make it last on 2 September, 2019

Plenty of good reads in the field of sustainable fashion this week, here are our top stories.

With a new owner on board, Reformation is ready to take the world. Will the LA Concept translate globally? (BoF)

ThredUp is the world’s largest online thrift store. It plans to expand with the help of AI. (Forbes)

While Rent the Runway has been around for more than a decade (and, despite some struggles, is valued at $1 billion, other major players are in the process of launching rental services. Is there enough demand? (BoF)

 


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