Today we meet Laura Roso Vidrequin, a former buyer for Net a Porter and Moda Operandi who launched Kids’Oclock, an online platform focused on recycling clothing for babies from birth up to 10 years old.
Between the ages of 0-3 years, kids get through around 8-10 sizes. This means that approximately 90% of their wardrobe is rarely used, sometimes untouched. When we consider the huge waste problem that exists in fashion, it would be ridiculous to ignore childrenswear as a contributing factor.
Tune in to dive with us into the very promising world of second-hand clothing and the fashion industry’s shift into a more circular economy.
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