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  • Teens are as thrifty as their parents
  • Teens are as thrifty as their parents
    Léo Parpais (2013) ©
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Teens are as thrifty as their parents

Retailers have been reeling off the back of the news teen shopping centre visits are down 30%, with some naming it the death knell for the mall. But as brands like A&F struggle with this shift, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that even those who do visit the mall aren’t shopping in the same way.

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