As Logomania Heats Up on the Runways, Vintage Dealers Reap Some of the Benefits

In The Daily Scoop by Lauren Parker, Accessories Magazine

If there’s one universal fashion truth that this past year has proven unequivocally, it’s that everything old is, in fact, new again. Trends and styles that many of us thought we’d never consider wearing again have popped up on the runways of the most revered luxury brands, from fanny packs and Juicy Couture sweatsuits to JNCO-inspired jeans and Skechers-like sneakers. And what’s interesting about this recent wave of nostalgia perpetuated by designers like Demna Gvasalia at Vetements and Balenciaga and Alessandro Michele at Gucci is that you don’t need to shell out designer price points to get the look; many of these items can be scored secondhand. Take fanny packs for example: Ebay sold 57,000 of them last year. But when a brand has been around for many decades, one needn’t wait for those collections to hit shelves to get the look; they can get the vintage original.Read more at Fashionista

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