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  • ‘Thrift-flipping’ demystifies design for creative teens
  • ‘Thrift-flipping’ demystifies design for creative teens
    Marília Castelli (2020) ©
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‘Thrift-flipping’ demystifies design for creative teens

Spurred on by TikTok’s ‘thrift-flipping’ challenge, fashion fans are tapping into their creative side and taking a DIY approach to their clothing. They’re customising and updating their second-hand duds and sharing the results online, creating room for brands to get involved in the hands-on trend.

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