Nadia Kishlan (left) browsing through secondhand clothes at a pop-up swap event organised by a group of volunteers in Singapore. Photo: AFP Nadia Kishlan (left) browsing through secondhand clothes at a pop-up swap event organised by a group of volunteers in Singapore. Photo: AFP
Nadia Kishlan (left) browsing through secondhand clothes at a pop-up swap event organised by a group of volunteers in Singapore. Photo: AFP
Singapore

For Singapore shoppers, second-hand stores offer an alternative to fast fashion

  • Swapping initiatives, from permanent shops to pop-up events, have appeared to encourage consumers to make the most of what is already in their closets
  • People have swapped everything from casual clothes made by high-street brands to top-end items such as Prada bags and Louboutin shoes

Topic |   Singapore
Nadia Kishlan (left) browsing through secondhand clothes at a pop-up swap event organised by a group of volunteers in Singapore. Photo: AFP Nadia Kishlan (left) browsing through secondhand clothes at a pop-up swap event organised by a group of volunteers in Singapore. Photo: AFP
Nadia Kishlan (left) browsing through secondhand clothes at a pop-up swap event organised by a group of volunteers in Singapore. Photo: AFP
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