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50 Ways Triangle Companies Have Given Back During the COVID-19 Pandemic

“34: Reborn Clothing Company, known for upcycling unused garments, is donating 15% of the proceeds from their cotton-soft, Reborn Process Graphic Tee to the Carolina Textile District for producing personal protective equipment.” Check out the full article from Walter Magazine to learn more about how Reborn and other Triangle businesses are doing good for our community.

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Reborn Clothing Teams with Videri, Counter Culture for Triangle Bundle

A group of Triangle businesses are teaming up for a special bundle featuring locally made products. The bundle includes a Videri sea salt dark chocolate bar, a Fullsteam Brewery hat, Counter Culture’s limited-release Sanctuary whole beer coffee, Murphy’s Naturals Mosquito Repellant candle and a Reborn Clothing Co. “Walter” Teddy Bear.

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Entrepreneurs Flexing with the Times

Emily Neville and her company, Reborn Clothing Co, is not letting a global pandemic stop the growth of her textiles company. “We now have a contingency plan for our contingency plan,” said Neville.  Some of the ways Reborn is flexing during this pandemic is partnering with other local brands, such as Fullsteam

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Four Ways You Can Fight Textile Waste Every Day

Reborn Clothing Co. began with a simple mission: to reduce textile waste on a personal level. Today, we’re working with organizations of all sizes to reduce waste on a major scale. This Earth Day, and every day, we encourage you to join Reborn in the effort to create a cleaner

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In Conversation with Reborn Clothing Co.

“Sustainability is such an important issue since billions of pounds of textiles are wasted every year. . .we have this huge issue on our hands and we’ve really got an amazing opportunity to help turn this around.” Read the full blog post from Rightsleeve to learn more about how Reborn

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Being Part of the Solution: COVID-19 Relief Efforts

At Reborn, we’re always committed to being a part of the solution. Right now, people and businesses in our community and beyond are struggling—and we want to be there for those in need. The Reborn Team is currently practicing something everyone can do to slow the spread of COVID-19: social

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Sustainable Sunny Style

Most people would assume that leftover scraps of fabric belong in the trash, but Emily Neville, founder of Raleigh-based Reborn Clothing Co., sees their potential to become something new and exciting. “We didn’t want to see this perfectly usable, brand new condition fabric shredded or sold for pennies a pound,” Neville

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