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Here’s an incredible fact–I paid less than $30 per item on average for each piece of clothing in my closet. . . That clothes can be had for so little money is historically unprecedented.
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En el verano de 2009, me encontré frente al perchero de zapatos de KMart en Astor Palace, Manhattan. El perchero se prolongaba muy por encima de mi cabeza, y los zapatos -mocasines de tela hechos con solamente una suela de hule pegada a un forro de algodón-, colgaban como los frutos de un árbol. 344 more words
I’ve had a hard time with this album. I’ve sat with it for a couple of weeks now. My initial reaction was disappointment, which frustrated me because I was so looking forward to this release even though I already knew I may have some problems with the album with the leaked track that the band put out a month or two back. 620 more words
For Adam Baruchowitz, every t-shirt tells a story—whether or not he wants to hear it.
“People want to explain to you every item, like ‘this is the shirt I lost my virginity in,’” said the 41-year-old founder of Wearable Collections, a Brooklyn-based textile recycling company that retrieved more than 2 million pounds of synthetic rompers, snapback hats, and skinny jeans from New York dorm rooms, apartment buildings, and green markets last year. 1,038 more words