Fast-Fashion Luxury

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Along with the many subjective definitions of luxury – from having time to spare to craftsmanship and rarity – somehow, for the past two decades we got used to its global expansion as an industry. Traditional fashion brands were shaken up while others were resuscitated with the same goal: make consumers, especially those in the […]

Mind the Gap

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When we think about fast-fashion, there’s no shortage of names: H&M, Zara, Topshop… But until the 1990’s, when the term didn’t even exist, Gap was ‘the’ place to find good quality pieces with very reasonable prices. The American company established in San Francisco, in 1969, by Donald and Doris Fischer, as a multibrand store that […]