James Reinhart on ThredUP and Thrifting with Guy Raz | How I Built This | NPR

Published on 22 May 2020, 16:33
Happy Friday! Each day this week, join Guy Raz from NPR's How I Built This as we explore how the fashion and beauty industries are changing in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
For our finale, we're talking to James Reinhart from ThredUP about how thrift culture can still thrive online during the pandemic. What questions do you have about thrifting and reselling clothing with James?

Today's episode of NPR's How I Built This : Resilience Series is support by CrowdStrike. crowdstrike.com

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