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Many of us can't get enough of "fast fashion" -- hyper-trendy clothing that moves from catwalk to retail floor at breakneck speed. While this is great for you rarely having to wear the same outfit, there are some serious implications of consuming clothes in ever-increasing volumes. What happens when you're sick of your bedazzled loafers or upset that your $10 jeans are starting to wear out? Read the rest of the article here.
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The Anatomy of a $432,000 Handbag
Well, that was fortuitous. Last week we celebrated World Handbag Day. Coincidentally, we happen to have a freshly posted Hermès Himalayan crocodile Birkin bag, priced at $432,000—thought to be the most expensive Birkin ever offered for sale. How’s that for thematic relevance vis-à-vis a novelty holiday?
But in all seriousness, this bag is one of the most stunning Hermès pieces we’ve ever laid eyes on. Curious to learn more, we spoke to 1stdibs dealer JaneFinds—the bag’s retailer and one of the foremost authorities on collectable Hermès—to figure out exactly why this magnificent Birkin merits its equally magnificent price. Read on for more!
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