The fall in real income of consumers during the crisis ensured the sales in the stores format second-hand. In the first half revenue in this segment increased 1.4 times in comparison with the same period last year. Specialized retailers are counting on a sharp increase in sales by the end of this year. But experts are not so optimistic: the observed surge of interest they are called local because in the future economical customers pereorientirovanija stores with fixed prices, and surplus collections.Revenue from second-hand stores in June rose by 1.4 times year-on-year. And the number of transactions over the same period increased 1.1 times. Such data on request “b” gave Moscow credit Bank (ICB), analyzing the details of your acquiring system. They added that the turnover of all commissions clothing stores in the first half increased by 7% compared to the same period last year.During the regime of isolation of the second-hand stores continued to work, taking orders online and delivering the courier delivery of goods. But the number of transactions in April and may fell 20 times, is recognized in the ICD. However, in this period almost doubled average bill: before the introduction of the mode of isolation, the figure was 2.2 thousand rubles., then in April and may, respectively 4,2 thousand and 4.7 thousand. In June, the average check was at the level of 2.7 thousand rubles In April and may, consumers expect a growing level of anxiety regarding the future of their income, so some of them switched to buying from second-hand cheap goods in large quantities, analysts explain the ICD.The owner of the service “Dump” Nikolai Nosov said that after the introduction of restrictions, he launched the online shop, sales through increasing the average bill by about half. But in June, he recorded a six-fold drop in revenue year-on-year. The General Director of “Infoline-Analytics” Mikhail Burmistrov is convinced that the interest of consumers to the format of second-hand premises: “it is Unlikely that against this background, expect a major network player in the segment because in the long term, its growth potential hard to define.”Second hand stores are practically absent on the Russian market of franchising, experts agree Anna Christmas. While none of the existing networks failed to reach the level of a serious Federal coverage. Now, the expert continues, this demand is taking on a low and fixed prices. The number of applications for this format among franchisees in June rose year-on-year by 45%, she says. In addition to this format, said Mrs Christmas, in the Russian fashion market will actively develop the c2c segment sales, which employs Avito and “Yula”, as well as shops stock collections, such as network Offprice or Familia.In March-April the demand for clothes, shoes and accessories.��Xinjiang on the site Avito increased by 21.3% compared to the same period last year, says managing Director of “Bad Goods” Alexei Kurakin. In may and June the demand in this segment grew by 51% year-on-year, he adds.Nikolai Nosov is counting on the growing popularity of the format by the end of the year, another drop in the ruble will lead to higher prices for clothing retailers. This is also confirmed by CEO of Fashion Consulting Group (FCG) Anna Lebsak-Kleimans, Recalling that the high growth of the market for secondary sales of clothing and accessories was evident even before the start of the pandemic: on the background of General decrease of consumption, this segment showed an annual growth of 10 to 15%. In its projections, within ten years, up to 20% of the wardrobe of Millennials (those born after 1981) will consist of items from the shops of reseyl.In the first half of the market volume feshen money is almost halved, recalls Mikhail Burmistrov. Because of the warm winter, the downturn in sales observed in January-March. In April-may from a pandemic sales decreased 70% year-on-year. If tourists do not come to Russia by the end of this year, and the stores will continue to operate, the volume of the fashion market will be reduced by 30% with more pessimistic scenarios about 40%, experts predict.Nikita Sharenkov, Khalil Amine