In more specific terms, she was posting a photo of never-worn, vintage day-of-the-week underwear on Instagram. Actually, it was a cluster of posts: a few pieces of old silver jewelry carefully laid out on a black knit background, two matching ’90s souvenir jackets with “Japan” embroidered on their backs, and a slightly scuffed 1940s ostrich purse . Across the room, a pile of items had already been churned through the store’s Instagram feed and wrapped up in plastic postage envelopes, waiting to be picked up by the mailman and sent to victorious internet shoppers. “Alright,” she said, finally

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