Children are like the anti-money tree – they grow at an extremely quick pace (around seven sizes in their first two years) and on average, their parents spend around £2,000 on their clothing alone before the age of three. 

This constant cycle of producing and discarding clothing doesn’t just have a major impact on household finances, it also places immense pressure on the environment and it’s a problem which the latest UK Dyson award winner is looking to solve. 

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