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Agave Silk

AGAVE SILK \ə-ˈgä-vē ˈsilk\ n. 1 a: A cruelty-free textile composed of filaments derived from the crushed leaves of the Saharan aloe vera cactus, part of the agave family of plants. b: Also known as sabra silk and vegetable silk. c: Hand-loomed in Morocco, sometimes with other fibers, such as cotton or camel hair, then […]

Botany Brides

Wedding dress designs are getting more and more unique. Bridal shorts are now a thing (thank you, Olivia Palmero), there are wedding dresses with cutouts and we’re seeing more gowns in colors besides traditional white. Those ideas might seem crazy to you, but the newest wedding dress design takes things to a whole new level. […]

Do Good Style

Filthy Rebena’s customers have a unique style and eschew from generic, main-stream fashion culture. Along with their street-market style they possess an awareness – a social consciousness. There is a lot more to our customers than a preference for lack of visible branding, quality products and reasonable pricing. Our customers are concerned about the world […]

Fruity Arbor Day

If there is one certainty in this big, bad, filthy World – we can assure you that the girls that run Filthy Rebena love to eat, drink and wear the fruits of the forest.  Natalie and Darlene are busy this arbor day tending to their gardens and getting juicy!  They spent some time thanking the […]