A PRE-LOVED babywear company has won big at the Marie Claire Sustainability Awards.
SuperLooper, the Hove-based rental library for beloved baby clothes, has been recognized as a winner and a highly recommended runner-up in the prestigious awards.
Jenny Barrett started the company after realizing that there were 183 million items of superfluous adult baby clothes stowed away in UK closets alone.
With the help of fashion, marketing and technology experts and many Brighton families, the company tried and tested different ways to set up a used clothing lending library service.
Launched in 2020, SuperLooper has thousands of barely-worn baby and toddler clothes available for rent by eco-conscious families across the country for as long as they are needed.
Marie Claire’s UK team, along with a panel of over 50 of the world’s most distinguished sustainability experts, thought leaders and activists, selected SuperLooper for two of the awards.
It won Best Sustainable Small Business (Kids) and received high praise in the Best Rental Brand for Kids category.
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