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Summer Sale

Super stoked for our first Richmond Parking Lot Party!  All of our Summer Swag will be ON SALE FOR $5 right next to an icy, cool jug of our World Famous Lemonade.  Come celebrate! 

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Filthy Rebena is super stoked to be part of the dopest flea market in town!  The PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET is coming back to Call The Office Sunday, November 13th, just in time for your HOLIDAZE shopping! This is an ALL-AGES, FREE event and is open to the public – the hours are 11:00 AM – […]

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 […]

Thrifty Toronto

Some autumn standbys are too appealing to miss: Apple picking, harvest fairs, corn mazes and, of course, strolls through the fiery fall foliage. But the season also offers an array of unusual (and inexpensive) suspects in and around Toronto, from a vintage fashion foray and all-night arts extravaganza to “haunted” hikes and craft-beer crawls. So whether […]

Made In Canada

September 26, 2015 FREE admission MaRS building, 101 College Street, Toronto Watch the Toronto Etsy Street Team blog for more info on this event! Come on down and support your incredibly talented local vendors and this amazing day of pan-Canadian pop-up markets, from coast to coast to coast.  Filthy Rebena will be there selling our Fall swag. […]

Weekend In T-Dot

DAYTIME Andy Warhol Revisited: A Mirror for Today The pop-art iconoclast Andy Warhol, who has had Campbell Soup cans attached to him as if his legacy were a marriage getaway car, is celebrated with a massive exhibition of original prints and paintings, originating from Revolver Gallery in Beverly Hills. “Isn’t life,” Mr. Warhol once asked, […]

Fashion Walks

Jane’s Walk, the annual pedestrian-powered celebration of author, urban planner and Torontonian Jane Jacobs, is once again upon us. This year, over 165 walking tours are planned across Toronto, touching on topics ranging from Toronto’s industrial past to its gentrified future.  Rebena thought these two Toronto walks would be of interest to our readers. Sustainable […]

Seinfeld Costume Ball

Seinfeld’s phenomenon about nothing defines a generation obsessed with pop nostalgia and the kind of can’t-catch-me irony that ensnares the New York Times into hailing the rise of two or three fashion movements per year that don’t actually exist. Toronto, what are you wearing to the normcore ball? While venues like KITCH and The Beaver […]