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Wesley Schulz

Avery Hughes ‘19

Q: How did you get into the resale industry?

A: My friend encouraged me to buy the Supreme Peach Box Logo Hoodie on eBay while not doing any research. Obviously, it was fake, and I was out $200. So my first experience was not a good one.

Q: What do you think will change in the resale industry in the next few years?

A: I think other brands will follow Louis Vuitton. I think that streetwear mixed with luxury is growing and, I think we will see more collaborations with streetwear brands and luxury brands in the future.

Q: Anything else you’d like to say?

A: It’s very rewarding getting into the resale industry and being able to look in your closet and know that most of the things in there you paid for yourself.

 

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