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  • By Rotation's rental app lets fashion lovers stay green
  • By Rotation's rental app lets fashion lovers stay green
    Analise Benevides (2019) ©
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By Rotation's rental app lets fashion lovers stay green

It’s common for partners and friends to borrow each other’s clothes, be it a dress for a party or a jumper on a cold day. But as fashion lovers increasingly become eco-conscious, app By Rotation is encouraging them to rent clothes from strangers to get their fashion fix without the carbon footprint.

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