Illustration by Trịnh Lập By An Phương The year 2020 definitely changed our lives in different ways, particularly our shopping habits. The people with whom I have had discussions about vintage fashion and their willingness to shop for older items have all agreed that vintage fashion is taking over the market. Vintage fashion, including older clothing, shoes, bags and accessories, is actually one of my biggest passions as I own hundreds of pieces of different kinds. When I was a kid, I used to follow my mom and sister to nearby markets in search of cheap, older clothing. Now that I'm older and have less time for leisure activities, I prefer scrolling through my Instagram feed for curated vintage fashion, often higher-end pieces, from local thrift shops. It has been quite a journey for the vintage fashion market and I was honestly surprised to see how it became one of the biggest fashion trends of 2020. Minh Anh, 26, a friend of mine, said that she now has more vintage clothing items than newer ones. "I only started collecting them a few years ago. I love how unique vintage pieces are, and being in the fashion industry, I embrace individuality and personal styles as they demonstrate our artistic sense,” she said. "Even though… Read full this story
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