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Brand to Watch: Rentrayage

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by Make it last on 27 May, 2020

We often talk about new approaches to fashion nowadays. Some of us take this mission more seriously than others, and Erin Beatty is certainly one of them. The former Suno founder started Rentrayage in 2019 as a way of rejecting the traditional fashion business model. The idea is to create beauty and value through rebuilt vintage pieces and dead-stock. Inspired by Louise Bourgeois, Rentrayage is a French word to mend and to “make whole again”. Beatty swears by 100% sustainability, which is not common, and does so with her Home and Beauty concepts as well. In other words, definitely worth checking this quirky brand out.

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