Process

Upcycling is the New Recycling

If you’ve been following along with Reborn Clothing Co.’s story, you’ve probably heard the term “upcycling” thrown around. Truly—we can’t go a day at the office without hearing it a hundred times. And that’s because upcycling—or taking materials and products that already exist and transforming them into something totally new

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Upcycling: Changing the Fate of So-Called Waste

Eighty pounds—or the equivalent of four car tires—is how much clothing the average person throws away per year. And of all the discarded clothing taking up space in our landfills, 95 percent can be reused or recycled. Reborn Clothing Co. is on a mission to change the fate of that

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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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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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Inside Reborn Process

Often times, companies don’t disclose how they create their products. Many people don’t think about how their products are manufactured, but for some, the lack of transparency causes concern. At Reborn, our goal is to maintain transparency to all our customers.  Your Material, Our Patterns When we receive an order

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