Introduction to Vintage Luxury Fashion—Exploring the Rise of the Secondhand Clothing Trade
This chapter is introductory in nature and provides the reader with an overview of how the idea for this publication emerged. It sets the scene of the context and clearly outlines the significance of this publication. It moves onto providing brief outlines of all contributions and how they link.
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