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The shares of the issuer of the garment and textile producer, namely PT Pan Brothers Tbk (PBRX), were observed to have sunk and almost touched the lower auto reject (ARB) in trading session I Wednesday (25/1/2023), in the midst of the PBRX rights issue period. As of 10:13 WIB, PBRX shares had fallen 4.92% to Rp 58/share. PBRX shares almost touched their ARB limit this morning. PBRX shares have been traded 6,276 times with a volume of 624.94 million shares and the transaction value has reached IDR 36.08 billion. From the price to earnings ratio (PER), PBRX shares are currently at 1.51 times. The market capitalization reaches IDR 376 billion.

Technological developments now support people to increase their talents and interests. One of them is the field of fashion which is now popular as a form of self-expression. In the midst of rampant environmental problems caused by endless textile waste, studying the world of fashion is now facilitated by digital means or digital fashion. Digital fashion is a term that refers to the use of technology in the fashion sector to design clothing in 3 Dimensions (3D) and Augmented Reality (AR), which refers to the use of 3D visuals as a model to represent the original product design.

The trend of buying used clothes or thrifting is now growing rapidly in Indonesia. Used clothing stalls online and offline are now better known as thrift shops. The term thrift shopping comes from English, where thrift means savings. Meanwhile, shopping is the activity of buying goods. So thrifting is defined as a shopping activity with the smallest possible cost. The trend of shopping for used clothes or what is commonly called thrifting, is currently mushrooming in Indonesia, one of which is in Purwokerto City, Banyumas. This can be seen from the enthusiasm of the public to attend the Banyumas Thrift Market thrifting event which will be held on 21-25 December 2022 at Moro Mall Purwokerto.