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Rosehound Apparel

Filthy Rebena is stoked to be carrying Rosehound Apparel.  Rosehound Apparel is a Toronto flair company where the love of flowers and the 90’s run deep.  Rosehound is a Filthy favorite and you’ll find some of it available in our London shop for purchase.  Below are some of the examples of pins and patches we are currently […] Read More

Fashion in Leaves

Fashion in Leaves is ongoing personal project by Malaysian illustrator and artist Tang Chiew Ling that explores various forms of leaves and flowers as if they were fashion sketches. Ling previously merged flora with illustration in another series of images called Object Art, and if you liked this, also checkout Drawing with Leaves. (via The […] Read More

Hellessy

We’ve just discovered Hellessy and are swooning over the Spring 2016 looks.  Founded in 2012 by Sylvie Millstein, HELLESSY is a day-to-evening designer collection focused on the modern philosophy of dressing women whose lives are organized around a need for pared-down elegance that is versatile and thoughtfully constructed. Millstein melded her multi-cultural background, expertise in […] Read More

Flora Sportswear

As part of a recent series of embroideries, artist James Merry softened the bold logos of sportswear companies by adding stitched flora to vintage clothing. For instance a glacier flower and moss grow from an old Nike sweatshirt, and a FILA logo is topped by a mushroom cap. Merry is a longtime collaborator with Björk […] Read More

Berries & Bark

Designer Sarah Smith at Modern Flower Child is experimenting with embedding all manner of plantlife into her handmade resin bracelets. Dried ferns, flowers, bark, and even peacock feathers are frozen in time inside these clear time capsules, a process that takes up to three weeks from design to pouring resin, curing, and shaping the final […] Read More

Imaginary Flowers

Danse de Lune, also know as Art and Ghosts, is a UK based digital illustrator who draws inspiration from fairytales, dreams, nature, imaginary creatures and the supernatural. Her series Imaginary Flowers might be our favorite as she’s created up some of the most imaginative botanical leaves and buds. Isn’t her watercolor pallet just the dreamiest?! Art & Ghost prints available at Etsy and Society6 Read More
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