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Visit Raleigh’s Overnight Getaway Giveaway Sponsored by Reborn Clothing Co., Origin Raleigh Hotel, Sullivan’s Steakhouse and North Hills

Reborn Clothing Co., Origin Raleigh Hotel, Sullivan’s Steakhouse, North Hills, and the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau/visitRaleigh.com have partnered for an Overnight Getaway Giveaway to promote staycations and travel to the area. The project offers visitors and residents the opportunity to enter for a chance to win an overnight

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The Reborn Team’s Top Sustainable Swaps

At Reborn Clothing Co., our mission goes beyond just providing eco-friendly products for your closet. We strive to reduce our carbon footprint any way we can, which includes making small shifts in our everyday lives. Whether it be our beauty routine or favorite household cleaners, the opportunities to make minor

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Opinion: Fast Fashion isn’t worth your money

“Fast fashion is cheap, accessible and trendy clothing. The name “fast fashion” comes from brands’ abilities to get new designs from runways to consumers in a short time.  But, behind the glamour of celebrity endorsements and designer brands, fast fashion is a destructive industry. Underpaid and exploited workers and destruction

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A Labor of Love – Building the Reborn Brand

I sat down with John Bianchi of Bos Digital for a candid conversation about what it’s like to be a 22-year-old female entrepreneur building a company from the ground up. I jumped into this business three years ago with the intent to shake up an industry. It’s been far from

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Sustainable Students: 10 Ways to Be Green on Campus

As a college student—especially in 2020—life can feel chaotic and cluttered, so we’ll keep this simple. Small changes in your day-to-day life not only can shrink your ecological footprint, but they can also make your daily routine more stylish, healthy, and vibrant. Here are 10 tips and changes that can

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Great Gear and Books

“Raleigh company Reborn is upcycling thousands of pounds of surplus marine-grade Sunbrella fabric.” Check out Reborn + Sunbrella in the September/October issue of Triangle Gardener.

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