RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - What about buying a Christian Dior handbag at R$76,000 (US$15,200) discount? And an Ermenegildo Zegna tie for the same price as national brands? This is Etiqueta Única's proposal, a platform that connects buyers and sellers of luxury products. And the secret is to bet on second hand - which also started to attract customers for its sustainability.
"I realize that for the Z and Millennial generations, this type of consumption occurs due to the awareness of environmental impacts and because they understand that luxury goods are more durable than fast fashion. As . . .