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Rebe by Debra Weiss

Each Rebe garment is designed by Debra Weiss and is lovingly made by hand in the USA. Rebe wearables are hand cut and sewn from textiles that have been hand-selected from around the world.

With the belief that every garment should be as useful as it is beautiful, every Rebe garment features at least one pocket and sometimes as many as six. Rebe wearables are designed to be worn everyday and to improve with age.

Debra Weiss launched Rebe in the Fall of 2000 and remains the sole designer. Today she works closely to build each garment with the help of three highly skilled and dedicated craftsman.

Mother- daughter team, Debra Weiss and Hillery Sproatt launched Specks & Keepings in 2011. Rebe garments are available exclusively at Specks & Keepings as well as craft markets throughout the country.  


The Materials + Fit

The design of each garment is heavily influenced by Japanese design and Debra's extensive collection of textiles. Every collection is made almost exclusively from cotton, organic cotton, Japanese double-gauze, linen, rayon and the occasional ikat. All fabrics are ethically sourced and are pre-shrunk before cutting and sewing

Rebe garments are carefully constructed so as to be worn comfortably by those of different ages and body types. Although some garments are tailored to fit snuggly, many of the garments have a loose fit with an adjustable feature. This allows the garment to fit various shapes, sizes or to simply be worn different ways

A conversation between pattern, function and form; Debra Weiss wraps the body beautifully in textiles.