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  • USAgain

    Who Wears Secondhand Clothing? #USAgain #textilerecycle #textilerecycling #textiledeposit #gogreen #environmentalism

  • Stileggendo Spunti di vista

    'Shwopping' di Marks & Spencer.

  • Kambiz - osyann - Etemadi

    second hand clothes! Photo: flickr user su–may

  • Gemma Pepper

    Clothes Covered Building

  • Wendy Barno

    Clothes Covered Building-british department store marks & spencer have embarked on a new project 'shwopping', whereby they are encouraging their customers to 'shwop' -- swapping their unused garments in exchange for discount vouchers which they can use towards purchasing new clothes at M, their outfits being ..donated to charity.

  • Trash and Treasures

    Artist Candance Reed

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