Tidying Up with Marie Kondo is keeping at least one used clothing store busy
New Yorker writer Rachel Syme followed the Japanese organization guru's advice to get rid of unneeded clothing. When she arrived at the New York City used-clothing emporium Beacon's Closet on Sunday, she found a long line. “I bet all these people saw the show,” said a clerk. He turned to an unsuspecting customer: “Have you seen the Kondo show? Is that why everyone is here?” ALSO: Kondo is the reason your friends are suddenly into folding.
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