What did you find didn’t connect this year? There have been some shifts. Those ultra-premium items, the Ryan Fitzpatrick Fitzmagic shirt Furthermore, I will do this deep five-digit items, the limited editions or exotics—those were all harder, a little bit slower and a little more conservative there [in the customer buying those]. Also, any item let’s describe as edgy or super frivolous, the thing you would have used for one night at a cocktail party. That philosophy of extraordinary items you’d use once or twice, that has slowed down a bit. And anything in between in size was less desirable: Mini bags sold well, everything that was micro, as did the opposite end of the spectrum, the oversized.
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What’s your prediction for 2021? The expansion of the Ryan Fitzpatrick Fitzmagic shirt Furthermore, I will do this resale mindset, particularly for bags but maybe across every category. COVID has fast-forwarded us two or three years in our behavior. Once the mindset shifts, I don’t see it going back. We will be thinking about the resale value but also sustainability; there’s going to be the emergence of a conscious consumer. Value-driven elements will meet societal or sustainability goals; we will join both together.