Matthew Dalton

Wall Street reporter covering the luxury industry

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Some companies are trying to sell their leftover clothes to employees (plus their friends and families), then send the items to recycling facilities. Some are burning their clothes.

What are retail companies doing with their unsold clothes during this pandemic?

Some companies are trying to sell their leftover clothes to employees (plus their friends and families), then send the items to recycling facilities. Some are burning their clothes.

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