Photography: Sophia Khalifeh
Talent: Lina Sabry
Reeborn Vintage: Two Years Around the Sun
An exclusive editorial celebrating 2 years of Reeborn Vintage, lensed by photographer Sophia Khalifeh.

In a time obsessed with constant reinvention, it’s no wonder that a reaction is a longing for the past. In most aspects, fashion has looked to the past for its inherent value. But when it comes to how we think about clothes, the industry’s priorities are being shaped by individuals who are embracing vintage, making it one of the largest disruptors of the century.

Lina Sabry, the brainchild behind UAE-based vintage archive Reeborn Vintage, has always been determined to preserve the things she loves. “Every piece is something that resonates with me and is something I like. It wouldn’t be the same otherwise,” says Lina, who explains her love for vintage is a personal one. “My great grandmother used to always show me her old pieces. She would sew and make clothes, things she’s had from over the years. I’ve always been interested in anything that’s not from my decade.”

Like many innovative young businesses of the moment, Lina launched Reeborn Vintage during COVID. “This is for people that just appreciate the beauty in these items,” she says.

In an age where mindless consumerism has limited intentionality, what could be more of a representation of individuality than identifying what we truly love, and a promise to love it forever?

Through this exclusive editorial, Miilkiina collaborates with Reeborn Vintage to celebrate 2 years around the sun, lensed by photographer Sophia Khalifeh.

Photography: Sophia Khalifeh
Talent: Lina Sabry
Reeborn Vintage: Two Years Around the Sun
An exclusive editorial celebrating 2 years of Reeborn Vintage, lensed by photographer Sophia Khalifeh.

In a time obsessed with constant reinvention, it’s no wonder that a reaction is a longing for the past. In most aspects, fashion has looked to the past for its inherent value. But when it comes to how we think about clothes, the industry’s priorities are being shaped by individuals who are embracing vintage, making it one of the largest disruptors of the century.

Lina Sabry, the brainchild behind UAE-based vintage archive Reeborn Vintage, has always been determined to preserve the things she loves. “Every piece is something that resonates with me and is something I like. It wouldn’t be the same otherwise,” says Lina, who explains her love for vintage is a personal one. “My great grandmother used to always show me her old pieces. She would sew and make clothes, things she’s had from over the years. I’ve always been interested in anything that’s not from my decade.”

Like many innovative young businesses of the moment, Lina launched Reeborn Vintage during COVID. “This is for people that just appreciate the beauty in these items,” she says.

In an age where mindless consumerism has limited intentionality, what could be more of a representation of individuality than identifying what we truly love, and a promise to love it forever?

Through this exclusive editorial, Miilkiina collaborates with Reeborn Vintage to celebrate 2 years around the sun, lensed by photographer Sophia Khalifeh.

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