Re-Jen Offers Wearable Art in Rainbow of Colors

March 3, 2016



Now that spring is around the corner are you looking for more color in your wardrobe?


State & Third is fortunate to feature Re-Jen’s Recycled Arts, locally-made wearable art fashioned from recycled saris.  Jennifer Roy, owner Re-Jen’s Recycled Arts, uses silk, chiffon and silk fabrics in a rainbow of color. The result is one-of-a-kind scarves and necklaces.


Jen’s interest in Indian fabrics, designs, colors, and patterns has grown over the course of many visits to Kolkata, India. Sari shopping for new materials is truly an exciting experience. Jen shares that often the most expensive garments are handed down through generations.


Indian artisans have been recycling saris for years into household decorations, clothes, and other items. Jen’s goal is to combine the unique colors and designs of these repurposed fabrics into accessories that accentuate a modern ensemble.


New to State & Third are scarves made from a fine cotton and then quilted. The quality, color and detail are stunning.

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