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From Amazon to StockX, we've rounded up 17 of the companies whose recent innovations are transforming the landscape of the retail industry.
Popular Instagrammers are selling clothes straight out of their closets and turning their backs on apps that charge expensive fees
Influencers are increasingly using Instagram to sell secondhand clothing, turning their backs on third-party resale apps like Poshmark and Depop.
Americans are increasingly interested in giving and receiving thrifted holiday gifts, according to Accenture's annual holiday shopping survey.
The Kardashians are launching a business to sell clothes from their own closets as resale is poised to become a $51 billion market
Kardashian Kloset will launch on Friday morning and let shoppers purchase designer items from the Kardashian-Jenner family's closets.
ThredUp announced an additional $175 million in funding from investors on Wednesday, bringing its total amount of raised capital to $300 million.
Retail experts reveal why ‘stodgy, suffering’ Macy’s and JCPenney won’t be saved by partnerships with buzzy startup ThredUp
Experts say that while departments stores stand to benefit from a ThredUp partnership, it won't be enough to overturn their slumps.
Teens today have two defining attributes, experts say: they are financially savvy and entrepreneurially minded.
32 billion new garments are produced for the US market every year, and 64% end up in landfills — here’s how an online thrift store is tryi...
This Earth Day, ThredUp teamed up with Conscious Commerce to make a capsule collection you can actually feel good about buying.
New data from resale site ThredUp showed that in the past three months, there has been an increase in the number of high heels sent in by customers. Meanwhile, its sneaker sales have grown.
The women on this list are ranked based on how fast their clothing sells on ThredUp's website, the quality of those clothes, and value of their brands.