“A Raleigh upcycling company plans to launch its first retail store at a popular shopping center this summer. Reborn Clothing Co. will open its new shop at North Hills, 4381 Lassiter at North Hills Ave #105, in July in an effort to expand while working to reduce the growing problem of textile waste.” Read moreContinue reading “Triangle Business Journal Covers Reborn Clothing Co. Store Opening”
“Two young women entrepreneurs are helming unique Triangle-based startups that are weathering the pandemic crisis well. Emily Neville is founder and CEO of Reborn Clothing, company, which turns textile waste into new garments. Karly Pavlinac is cofounder of WAAM (We Are A Movement), a startup connecting celebrity exercise gurus with clients and backend support.” LearnContinue reading “Female execs at 2 Triangle startups bring new ideas to virtual exercise, recycled clothing”
“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 of the environment are twoContinue reading “Opinion: Fast Fashion isn’t worth your money”
“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.
Many collegians agree that sophomore year tends to be the least stressful following the stupor of the freshman experience, with graduate school admissions and job applications far on the horizon. But Emily Neville, then 19, saw her second year at N.C. State University as an opportune time to launch her own company. Textile waste “showsContinue reading “NC Trend: N.C. State Grad, 22, Wastes No Time Building Reborn Clothing”
Reborn Clothing Co. of Raleigh has created a limited-edition Pride Pom Keychain, made from the rainbow of scraps generated during the company’s manufacturing process. All proceeds benefit The LGBT Center of Raleigh. Shop for one here. Read the full article from Midtown Magazine to learn more about what Reborn and other locals are up to in the Triangle.
“I was able to easily fit two large beach towels, snacks, water bottles, a Bluetooth speaker, sunscreen, hats, masks, two cell phones, our beach clothes and we still had plenty of room in the beach tote. It’s not too heavy of a bag to carry and didn’t hurt my arms or shoulders like most bagsContinue reading “Beach Totes Made Better With Reborn + Sunbrella, +GIVEAWAY, #MBPSUMMER20”
“Reborn Clothing Co., a N.C.-based upcycling company, has launched a line of totes and zipper pouches in partnership with the performance fabric company, making use of its scrap fabric materials. Reborn’s mission with the line was to create pieces that each have their own unique fabric combination. The first limited-release of these products is availableContinue reading “Sunbrella Adds New Partner to Repurpose Excess Fabric”
“The inviting atmosphere gave many NC State organizations and outside groups the ability to develop and flourish in Liquid State. Reborn Clothing Company, founded by NC State alum Emily Neville, held its launch party at Liquid State in 2017. ‘It was home to many friendships, relationships and hours of personal reflection and growth,” Neville said.Continue reading “A Love Letter to Liquid State”
“Reborn’s goal for the company is plain and simple: make the planet better. Unknown to most, the fashion and textile industries are the 2nd largest polluter in the world, creating billions of pounds of waste annually.” Check out the full blog post from Raleigh In and Out to learn more about how Reborn is combattingContinue reading “Reborn Clothing Co: Teaching Raleigh NC To Recycle”