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Recycled Fallera

Rosa Montesa, an industrial designer from Valencia, Spain, in her 50s, proposed an idea to her mother: Why not work together to make a dress for the traditional Valencian Fallas celebration? She wanted to collaborate to make something, but not in a conventional way. She wanted to do it her way, and her way was […]

November Events

It’s that time of month again to hit up the Flea Markets and various shows in the big smoke. If you are looking for unique antiques, vintage, collectibles, local artisans work, clothing designers or just a good time out – November in Toronto is where it’s at. Swarovski Crystal Wonderland Yorkdale’s new Swarovski Crystal Wonderland […]

Mullet & Mermaid

Fashion has been a little off-kilter lately, filled with weirdo clothes for weirder people which is an absolute joy. Tis the time to ditch traditional hemlines and put off balance twists on wardrobe staples. The trend is romantic and feminine, but totally weird and awkward. Is your unfinished ensemble an oversight?  Nah, its a style […]

Traditions Transformed

Sometimes we feel like art has disappeared into the abyss of the modern World.  As the World continues to develop, it often feels like the integrity and tradition that forms art is lost.  Until we (thankfully) stumbled across Kelly Louise Judd.  Us gals at Filthy Rebena immediately felt connected to Kelly’s work.  Upon first glance, her artwork appears to […]