To celebrate the harvest season and the bounty of Autumn baking ahead, Rebena is giving away two beautiful handmade 1950’s aprons. A 1950’s apron will bring simple femininity and a cheery atmosphere to your kitchen. The fabric is lightweight cotton and you’ll hardly notice you even have it on. Each apron has been handmade with attention to detail in each stitch. The style is simple, yet flattering and is sure to wow even your toughest food critic. You will have your choice of apron from Filthy Rebena’s Etsy Shop.
To enter our giveaway, use the form below to have a shot at winning. Enter often and good luck. Giveaway ends on October 22, 2014. Winners will be announced on our website on 10/23/2014. a Rafflecopter giveaway
Following January’s violent crackdown on Cambodian garment workers, a group of women decided they wanted a new way to draw attention to the workers’ struggle; something different where workers could express for themselves what was really going on.
They decided on a fashion show where workers would model the brand-name clothes they make everyday in the factories, but they’d do it with a very clear message to the brands – stop the violence, stop the exploitation and pay a decent wage. The show weaved together fashion, dance, music, and performance art; at one point men dressed in makeshift ‘Joe Fresh’ riot gear took to the catwalk before reenacting January’s violent crackdown and the death of a worker on stage. For more information on how Cambodian garment workers are draw attention to their rights, click here. Photograph: Garment workers recover after 100 women fainted at Sabrina Garment factory – a supplier of Nike and Lululemon. Filthy Rebena is committed to fighting for a living wage for Cambodian garment workers. We are lucky enough to have sexy and savvy customers that make the conscious choice to purchase garments from Filthy Rebena as 5% of their purchase goes to “Labour Behind The Label”. Labour Behind The Label is an organization that supports the principle of a living wage for garment workers world wide. Together we can make a difference in the lives of Cambodian workers.