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Denim NYFW

“I have often said that I wish I had invented blue jeans: the most spectacular, the most practical, the most relaxed and nonchalant. They have expression, modesty, sex appeal, simplicity – all I hope for in my clothes.”  -Yves Saint-Laurent   “You can make jeans and a t-shirt super stylish. It’s what you make of […] Read More

Levi’s Slump?

Levi Strauss, maker of the world’s most famous blue jeans, has said that sales of belts and other accessories are now growing significantly faster than sales of its denim clothing for the first time, amid stiff competition from the sportswear market. The rising popularity of fashionable sports clothing, such as yoga pants, prompted a 5% slump […] Read More

Recycling Textiles

More apparel retailers appear to be ramping up their sustainability efforts in a way that will get consumers involved, with initiatives such as clothing recycling becoming increasingly popular.  Jeans giant Levi Strauss & Co last week expanded its clothing recycling initiative to all stores in the US, as part of ongoing efforts to reduce the […] Read More

City Summer

    It’s the time of year for rooftop lovin’ and sun-scorched pavement.  Rolled down windows and catching a breeze romping with friends in the park.  Buttonfly cut offs and tribal bandeau’s.  Rebena’s reseale shop is fully stocked with the summer scorchin’ wardrobe staples that help bring your city to life. Read More

Get Cheeky

Come on and get cheeky with Filthy Rebena’s large selection of denim cut-offs.  We have the ever so popular Levi’s 501’s, Lee Riders and even a handful of Wranglers.  Each pair is freshly laundered and ready to wear.  All shapes, colors and sizes are available.  Just $25.00 a pop!  Speaking of daisy dukes and cut-off […] Read More

Sprummer

A heap of “Sprummer” garments added to the shop! Still thinking, “What is Sprummer”?   Spring + Summer = Sprummer.  Check out our vintage shop, where you’ll only find quality thrift. Read More
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