China's appetite for secondhand luxury goods swells

  • China
  • Thursday, 12 Aug 2021

Customers visit a secondhand luxury store on Nanjing West Road in Shanghai. - China Daily

BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): In China's secondhand luxury goods market, Louis Vuitton has become the most popular brand, followed by Gucci and Chanel, according to a ranking released by Hongbulin, a secondhand luxury trading platform.

During the first six months of 2021, LV was searched more than 33 million times on Hongbulin's platform, while Gucci and Chanel had over 24 million and 18 million searches respectively. The ranking was reported on by Beijing Business Today.

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