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New report liberate an energy efficient resource environment SaveOnEnergy reveals the market ‘s best – selling brand based on analysis of retail sites such as Depop, eBay and ASOS Marketplace.
And as a result, Nike has been considered “by far the best-selling brand in the world, with a total of 1.16 million listings.”
By following sportswear giants include Zara, Topshop, ASOS and fierce rival Adidas. While it’s no surprise that Nike and Adidas, like brands, are so in demand, given the jump around sneakers in recent years, it’s interesting to note how often products from fast-fashion brands are also sold.
This rise can be attributed to the “saving” of Gen Z or the millennium effort to reuse, recycle and be more environmentally friendly.
It certainly is fascinating that people pay for the sale of used clothes from quick retailers because these outfits often don’t last long.
By Income, the report also found that the best – selling products in the UK are also fast fashion brands.
People have been want to “increase the longevity of their products,” even if they came from a high-speed fashion brand like PrettyLittleThing in the UK. The label is ranked as one of the world’s best-selling brands in the 502,510 list. Other similar brands such as Boohoo and Missguided are also among the top 20 retailers.
This could is seen as an encouraging trend as younger consumers upgrade their worn outfits. However, like Income It can also be a sign of how many pieces top fashion brands are producing.
In the study last year, VICE reported that Boohoo introduced 772 new clothes a week, an average of 116 new clothes a day. With such an amazing number of pieces on offer, ultra-fast fashion brands may be at the top of the lists because consumers wear outfits only once before moving on to the next drop.
Look in the list below for the most popular retail brands.
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