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Green Is The New Black

Ming Bridges | Founder and CEO, Rentadella

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Waving goodbye to fast fashion


For making luxury fashion sustainable and accessible through rental.

Ming Bridges is a singer/songwriter and entrepreneur best known as the founder of Rentadella; a sustainable disruptive fashion rental experience in Singapore carrying garments from sizes UK2-UK18. Ming’s dream of having a sustainable fashion business started from young, she drafted out a second-hand swapping and selling website when she was only 12-years old. Growing up in the entertainment industry attending countless events in Singapore and Asia, she found herself, and others would only wear an outfit once after being photographed in it. The solution? A clothing rental service that provided a sustainable shopping experience while also allowing individuals the chance to discover contemporary brands and wear high-end items without the price tag. Her passion is to enable others to realise how easy, fun, and rewarding being environmentally conscious can be. And that it’s possible to be fashionable while saving the world.


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