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Here’s to Making Sustainability the New Norm

It’s time to step up our game. With every passing decade, fashion and textiles have had an increasing impact on our environment. Now more than ever, what you buy, and what textile corporations construct, matters. For years, the fashion industry has taken it’s toll on our planet, but it’s a

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From Student to CEO

It hasn’t been easy juggling her coursework and Reborn. The company now has 14 employees, four of whom are full-time, and has licensing agreements with roughly 20 universities and as many retailers. But Neville shared one of the secrets to her success. “Surround yourself with people who are smarter and

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Clemson Joins the Reborn Family

South Carolina is about to get a lot more sustainable.  Reborn is proud to welcome Clemson to our growing list of university partners as we expand nationally! Clemson began its sustainability journey with the launch of its Sustainable Building Policy in 2004. Now Clemson is helping us battle textile waste.

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Groundbreaking Partnership with Fairware launches Canadian Market

Reborn has launched an exciting new partnership with promotional brand Fairware. Based out of Vancouver, Fairware provides promotional products in an ecofriendly way to clients. Fairware is B corporation certified, meaning top of the line sustainability is in practice. This is a groundbreaking relationship for Reborn because it expands our

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A Partnership that Paws it Forward

Reborn is excited to partner with Nomaco foam manufacturers on a new line of upcycled dog beds. Dog lovers can unite for the launch of ResQ dog beds on November 1st. Soon your pups will be lounging on dog beds that give fabric, foam and Fido a second chance.  The

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Big Blue Devil News!

Reborn is excited to announce a licensing agreement with Duke University.   Duke, known for being selective and restrictive in granting licensing, has worked hard to ensure that their reputation is upheld. With their exclusivity, they’ve made efforts to select a few, trusted companies to preserve the Blue Devil name. 

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Coming Full Circle: Accelerating the Circular Economy

Bailey McNeill, a senior Environmental Studies major and Public Policy minor at UNC-Chapel Hill, writes about recent event “Accelerating the Circular Economy” where Reborn CEO and founder was a panelist: “Reborn has grown a lot in their scope and scale in the past year, and they now partner with universities

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Born out of NC State: Reborn Clothing Company

Neville said Reborn Clothing Co.’s unique business model and genuine support from employees is what distinguishes her company. Each of the employees at Reborn Clothing Co. are valuable members of their small, flexible team, according to Neville. With about half of their employees new within the last month, Reborn Clothing

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