Why Cos Brands Are Buying Into The Anthropological Clothing Movement

By Sarah HickeyCos brands are buying into the Anthropological clothing movement.

The trend of selling vintage clothing at a discount, which is popular among millennials, has caught the attention of brands such as H&M, Gap, Banana Republic, and Urban Outfitters.

 This trend is a big deal, since most of the clothing being sold is made in the United States.

Anthropological clothing is also cheaper, but in the past, the items have been less expensive.

And, like other trends, the trend is gaining popularity in more and more countries around the world.

The Anthropological Movement started in China in the 1980s, with the rise of the fashion designer label, and it has spread to other Asian countries, including South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.

For example, in Korea, Anthropologie was founded in 2002, and is now one of the largest brands in the country.

But the company’s focus has been on the fashion industry, and the company has been selling clothing for years, especially during the peak of the recession in 2009.

Since then, the company expanded to other parts of the world, including China, India, and South Africa.

In the past year, the brand has been expanding its offerings.

At a conference in Tokyo last month, the CEO of Anthropologia, Joanna Kwan, spoke about her company’s goal to make its products available in the US in the future.

“We’re looking to expand to the US very soon, and we’ll continue to do that for the foreseeable future,” Kwan said.

She said that the company is working on a limited run of Anthropological items, and will launch an Anthropologi Clothing collection in 2018.