This Ukay Seller Turns Clothes Into Korean-Inspired Fashion Pieces

It takes her an average of five to seven hours to "refashion" her thrifted pieces.
by Ysabel Y. Yuzon   |  Apr 2, 2021
Image: Courtesy of Kim Rinolo
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Because of the pandemic, online ukay seller Kim Rinolo had to change her business strategy in order to make ends meet, discovering her love for sewing in the process.

According to Kim, it takes her an average of five to seven hours to "refashion" her thrifted pieces, and she takes inspiration from the K-dramas she watches during her breaks.

Learn more about this entrepreneur in this #SummitOriginals video:

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