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NEW YORK – Childrenswear subscription service Dopple has partnered with circular solutions specialist Treet to move into the secondhand fashion market.  

The New York-based business will afford its customers the chance to donate their kids’ unwanted clothing for resale and will have the chance to earn up to 80 per cent of the money generated through subsequent sales, or 100 per cent in Dopple credit.  

The company’s CEO and co-founder Chao Wang told Retail Brew: “We noticed there were all these Facebook buy/sell/trade groups, and they’re mostly mums trading the specific brands that we carry. So, we’re like, ‘Okay, there’s definitely appetite for slow fashion that has resale value’.” 

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