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LinkedIn

Filthy Rebena hopped on the LinkedIn train today.  If you’ve worked with us or are looking to network, please feel more than free to connect!  Filthy Rebena loves dirtyin’ up the web as you can find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest and of course where it all started, Etsy.  Let us know in the comments below what your […] Read More

Sustainable Reads

1. Clothing Poverty: The Hidden World of Fast Fashion and Second-hand Clothes Paperback – Mar 15 2015 by Andrew Brooks  “Clothing Poverty takes the reader on a global journey to expose the inequalities and injustices that exist within the second-hand clothing trade and the manufacturing of garments destined for Western markets. Thought-provoking and insightful, Brooks highlights […] Read More

Fall Fabric Care

We’re excited for fall around these parts, and we’ve finally started digging our sweaters and heavy coats out of storage… which means they might also need a refresh. Here, we take a look at how to properly clean all our fall must-haves, so we can all start the season feeling and smelling as good as […] Read More

Ethical Emma

When Emma Watson isn’t advocating for gender equality as a U.N. Women goodwill ambassador or asking men to fight for feminism, she can be spotted on the red carpet promoting her films. But for Watson, a movie premiere is also the perfect place to showcase her newest cause: ethical fashion. For press junkets and international […] Read More

The Sukajan

You’ve come a long way, baby. From humble souvenir to runway sensation, the sukajan has enjoyed quite the ascent. This letterman-style embroidered bomber, often sumptuously decked out in tigers, koi, dragons, and cherry blossoms, has its origins in WWII, when troops who had served in Asia wanted a memento of their time overseas. They’ve since […] Read More

Old Schooled

I always find it fascinating seeing seniors tatted up.  Right away it’s a nice reminder that yes they were once a reckless, restless rebel.  Who knows if it were with a cause or without, but the blatant reminder is always nice.  I am all about the respect your elders and not a disrespectful person in […] Read More
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