Join us for an afternoon of sipping, shopping and henna!
perSONALIty designs has invited some of their closest friendors that are featured inside their shop to popup under the Boxyard Pavilion. Enjoy of a complimentary glass of prosecco from our friends at RTP Uncorked while you browse and meet the business owners.
Who’s Popping Up
Manda Panda Soy Wax Candles
Meet Amanda McClure, the passionate owner of a local business in Durham, North Carolina, specializing in all-natural soy wax candles and bath products. Her journey started as a hobby but has blossomed into a successful venture, driven by her dedication to eco-friendly and health-conscious options. Amanda’s inspiration came from wanting to create a safer environment for her family after her father was diagnosed with lung cancer. Her business now sells products in multiple stores throughout the RDU areas and donates $1 from each 11 oz double wick candle sale to Duke Cancer research and patient support programs, demonstrating her commitment to giving back to the community and making a positive impact in the lives of cancer patients. Amanda’s story showcases how a simple hobby can turn into a thriving business with a heartfelt mission, making the world better one candle at a time
Rebeca Rambharose Art
Rebecca Rambharose [Rebe Ramby] is currently a freelance Landscape, Nature and Portrait photographer residing in Durham, North Carolina. Her passion for the arts first began as a violinist at the age of 9. In June of 2001 she had the opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York, where she fully understood the relationship between the elements of Music and the light that is an integral part of Photography. Nuances of Dynamics, Timbre, Texture and Rhythm are seen throughout her work.
Rebe uses wood as her main platform for her photography not only because it adds texture and emotion to the image but because wood prints remind us that no two things are created equally.
To learn more about the relationship between the elements of Music and the light that we see in Photography, please visit her website at www.reberamby.com
My name is Nyla Samone and I am 13 years old and I am the owner of Simply Samone. I started my business on October 27th 2019 at just 9. After asking my parents if I could start my business they both agreed I had a business launch party at a local coffee shop. I handmake Sassy Classy stud earrings that are made with Hypoallergenic Stainless Steel and some even have a Clip on option. I have added recently added hoop earrings and bracelets as well.Over the years my business has continued to grow. I have been featured in 3 magazines including the Durham magazine and I have had the opportunity to donate to several non profits and organizations. I believe that we rise by lifting others.
700 Rivers is an ethical and sustainable personal care company that creates soaps,
bath bombs, and candles with a global impact. 700 Rivers’ all natural soaps are
handcrafted by Bangladeshi artisans who have escaped and overcome human
trafficking and are now employed with dignified careers, a safe work environment,
and fair, living wages. Our bath bombs and candles are handcrafted in Raleigh, NC
and support funding scholarships for girls in Bangladesh to continue going to
school without financial barriers.
Gayatri Rambilli, the founder and chief artist at Artistic Henna LLC, is a passionate henna artist who understands and intertwines traditional, contemporary and modern styles to create exclusive and custom henna designs. With a background in chemical engineering and strong understanding of art concepts, Gayatri embarked on the journey of henna artistry.
Artistic Henna specializes in bridal henna designs, baby blessing, belly designs, and bold/modern full- sleeve designs for men, scar cover up, and corporate henna events. They take pride in hand crafting the henna mix with premium organic ingredients, which is safe for all skin types. They also provide free henna crowns for patients going through chemotherapy.