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Swedish kids clothes brand Mini Rodini is about to launch an extraordinary cute collection–extraordinarily because it’s made from scraps from previous collections.
It’s nothing new though–Mini Rodini has worked with their Upcycling concept since 2013. The brand has worked with sustainability since the start and only work with better materials, such as GOTS certified cotton.
If you want to grab a piece from the collection you have to be fast though–they usually sell out within minutes.

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