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We Won Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday

Rew #SBS Winner.       At the beginning of the year Rachel Emma Wright, founder of Rew clothing entered the Theo Paphitis's small business Sunday incentive. Small businesses are encouraged to "Tweet" Theo every Sunday between 5pm and 7pm about their business. Theo then picks just six of the best out of 1000's of entries.Rachel was shocked and thrilled when the winning 6 was announced on Monday 14th January 2013.   Joining the #SBS family has really given Rew a boost, in the first few days after the win Twitter followers increased, and website hits doubled. Since the win in January Rew has featured in various trade magazines along with local press and bloggers all picking up on the new alternative to...

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Christmas Competition

Win a Rew Collar Scarf Custom Made Especially For You     We love to see our Rew collars and scarves out and about, so what better way to do this than launch our very own picture gallery competition. Its that time of year again when we will all be wearing our Rew's.   OUR FAVOURITE 5 Follow the link below and get voting.   https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.782530738430275.1073741831.300910973258923&type=1       www.facebook.com/rewclothes www.twitter.com/rewclothing www.pintrest.com/rewclothing The winner will then be chosen by the public we will annouce the shortlist and then by a voting process the winner will be chosen. This competition is open to all Rew customers by entering our competition you agree to our terms and conditions please see below.  ...

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Interview with Rew.

Rew was recently interviewed by style chapel one of the online outlet's selling Rew and unusual gifts. REW Rachel Wright, owner of REW that produces wonderfully unique button round collar scarves, talks to stylechapel about her work. What made you become a designer in the first place? I always wanted to wear the sort of clothes that I could never find on the high street. So I studied fashion and millinery many moons ago (I graduated in 1994) and since then have worked in retail. I truly think there’s a gap in the market for unique accessories.   Who has been the biggest inspiration in your career so far and why? My grandma – she could make anything.   What...

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