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Summer Sale

Dirty deals on Summer t-shirts, tanks, dresses, great basics, accessories and sunshiney treasures! We will be RAFFLING a dope prize – you’re very own vintage denim jacket personalized with patches and pins from street style hounds NO FUN PRESS & Rosehound Apparel. Get a raffle ticket with any purchase. As always, treats and lemonade will […]

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 […]

Your $8 Shirt

We know you don’t want to talk about your impulse shopping habit but we kind of have to. As hard as all those peplum tops and baseball tees are on your wallet (and your closet feng shui), they’re even harder on the planet — but wait! We promise we’re not trying to sell you an […]

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 […]

Louboutin Lessons

The Paris-born stiletto master took a moment to give the world three stylish lessons on fashion and beauty. 1. Trends aren’t necessarily on trend. Every fall the 12-pound fashion mags hit the shelves, each declaring a different list of styles to be the looks of the season. Boyfriend jeans! Velvet everything! So what does Louboutin have to […]

Flat Fashion

6 Ways To Take All The Fun Out Of Fashion This story by Winona Dimeo-Ediger first appeared at ravishly.com, an alternative news+culture women’s website. While flipping through a fashion magazine the other day, I was shocked at the revelation that “beachy hair at the beach” is now considered “predictable” and passe.  Apparently this year you’re […]

The Everyday

Filthy Rebena is excited to announce that she will be participating in the Everyday collective pop-up shop June 5 to July 5 located at 1516 Queen Street West in Toronto.  The Everyday will be carrying a variety of local curated products such as fashion, vintage, jewelry, body care products, home decor, furniture and art. Filthy Rebena will be […]

Vintage Holiday Decorating

For anyone who celebrates Christmas, or embraces seasonal decorating, there’s a familiar ritual that takes place every year — whether it’s the day after Thanksgiving or soon before the first out-of-town guests arrive. It involves the taking down of boxes, the careful unpacking of items (some fragile, some not), and finally, the thoughtful display of […]

Parkdale Flea

It’s that time of month again to hit up the Parkdale Flea Market.  If you are looking for unique antiques, vintage, collectibles, local artisans work and local clothing designers – the Parkdale Flea is where it’s at.  Sunday, October 5, 2014 let’s meet up at the Parkdale Flea.  (10:00AM – 5:00PM – 1266 Queen) Really cool food […]

Quirky Toronto

Toronto, possibly the greatest city on the planet, isn’t just known for happy hookers, timbits and crack-smoking mayors. Toronto is known for our creative merchants that do strange and wonderful things like plant seeds that grow shocking violet tentacles.  Every Torontonian is blessed with a delicious face and to further our vanity we proudly sport cantaloupe hats upon our pretty domes.  […]

Getcya Garments

Heaps of new lovelies in the shop – happy shopping :)

Tootin’ Vintage Tags

Making an effort to purchase vintage and thrift clothing is so good for the earth, community and local economies.  The vintage tag is truly recycled, truly eco-friendly and truly child-labor-free.  Besides vintage being a do-gooder, it’s so fun to re-issue styles back into the fashion world. So come on and stop corporate greed, global competition and nasty old sweatshops. […]