Thakoon pivoted from the runway to comfy basics before the pandemic. The move saved him.
When the pandemic hit in the United States, the tectonic plates of fashion shifted. With nowhere to go, Americans stopped needing new clothes for work or events, and clothing sales dropped by 79%. Instead, they opted for the comfiest clothes on the market: sweatpants, which saw an 80% spike in sales.
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