Curated vintage & secondhand womens fashion shop Ismandra launched in Atlanta GA

Celebrate the launch of Ismandra online vintage & secondhand fashion shop by visiting Instagram @ismandra.shop. To see all that’s available from Ismandra please visit https://www.ismandra.shop.

A new and exciting secondhand and vintage e-commerce shop, Ismandra, has just launched out of Atlanta, Georgia. There is plenty to learn about Ismandra and this article will provide lots of details. You can also browse the entirety of the Ismandra fashion catalog at https://www.ismandra.shop.

Ismandra is a vintage and secondhand women’s fashion online shop. All pieces are personally sourced and curated by Genesis Ismandra, owner, world traveler and rising fashion consultant in the Atlanta and Miami markets. When asked about Ismandra, Genesis said: “The curated pieces are intended to be worn differently through the interpretation of the wearer. The goal is to encourage exploration and understand how to use the medium of fashion (secondhand and

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7 L.A., O.C. shops to find vintage bridalwear and accessories

A collage of women wearing vintage wedding dresses.

(Photo illustration by Ross May / Los Angeles Times; photos from Maison Sully, Stone Bridal, the Kit Vintage and Getty Images)

Despite the coronavirus, wedding season is back — with a slight twist. Brides appear to be leaning into vintage dresses for their big day. The desire for vintage gowns may be influenced by multiple factors: sparse stock in stores because of pandemic production lags and shipping delays; an increasing shift toward sustainable fashion; and tastes awakened by the Regency style of “Bridgerton” and the ’70s-style wedding gown donned by Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani in the “House of Gucci” film.

What’s certain, though, is that the pre-loved gown business is booming in Los Angeles, where the vintage fashion market runs deep. Local shops are bustling to serve options for the bride’s big day, rehearsal dinner and after-party, as well as for guests and mothers of the couple.

According to

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Gucci launches Vault vintage site during Milan Fashion Week

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Designer Arthur Arbesser poses next to his creations as part of the women’s Spring Summer 2022 collection, unveiled during the Fashion Week in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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Fashion houses trying to figure out how to reach new eyeballs after the long ordeal of the pandemic have centered around a singular idea: collaborations.

Many are doing it, in big ways and small. Gucci, which famously “hacked” Balenciaga last season, is now launching an e-commerce site showcasing refurbished vintage Gucci products and capsule collections by young designers. Hatmaker Borsalino is collaborating with the French brand Ami Paris and the equestrian-inspired brand Acheval.

If the fashion industry is going to change, now is the moment, say insiders — even if the temptation to go back to old habits is great.

Highlights from the fourth day of Milan runway shows Saturday for next spring and

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How to Thrift for Vintage Clothing Online


Welcome to the age of re-commerce. It’s one of my favorite new terms.

Thrifting — indeed, the whole secondhand market — is probably going to be one of the biggest fashion phenomena of the 2020s, whether it takes the form of vintage shopping, upcycling or swap meets. According to a report from GlobalData Retail and thredUP, the secondhand clothing site, the market will grow from $28 billion last year to $64 billion by 2024.

The drivers are multiple: the growing cost of both designer fashion and independent fashion, in which companies can’t achieve any economies of scale; the environmental and human cost of

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