On October 19th, in partnership with the NC State Alumni Association, Reborn Clothing Co. hosted a collaborative pop-up in our North Hills location. In this extraordinary evening, 321 Coffee and Sani joined us to honor North Carolina State University’s female entrepreneurs. Throughout the evening guests shopped, sipped, and mingled with these amazing alumna-owned businesses.
321 Coffee is a coffee shop that hires persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Their goal is to provide meaningful work for persons with IDD, while also serving as a role model for other businesses. Started by Lindsay Wrege ’21, 321 Coffee currently employs over thirty persons and has a shop at the NC State Farmers Market. They’re preparing to open their own storefront in downtown Raleigh this coming spring! Check out our burlap upcycled collection we designed for this great team.
Sani Designs is a brand that produces approachable-luxe, intelligently designed, and culturally inspired clothes and accessories. It is run between Delhi, India, and North Carolina. Sani was founded by sisters Niki and Ritika (a current NC State student), when they recognized how disconnected they felt from their culture. They decided to start Sani after realizing how many other South Asian Americans felt the same way. Each Sani piece is unique and made with the finest level of quality, design, and experience in mind. The collections are handcrafted in small batches by genuine people, utilizing traditional techniques and skill.