Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Landrum Tables now selling its locally crafted furniture on Broad Street

Their idea's got legs

Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 1:57 PM

Check out all works of art — those table-inclined and otherwise at 60 Broad St. - PROVIDED
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Landrum Tables, created by local craftsman Capers Landrum Cauthen, now has its own retail home at 60 Broad St., sharing a space with the Cecil Byrne Gallery. Landrum Tables' brick and mortar opened earlier this month.

If you've never seen a Landrum table (Cauthen has been popping up at the downtown farmers market for years now), you've missed out on some pretty cool local history. These handcrafted tables are made using locally reclaimed wood, giving "Charleston's history a second life," as Landrum Tables puts it.

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Founded in 2010, Cauthen's growing business features a variety of hand-crafted consoles, side tables, coffee tables, and more. In a press release Cauthen says: "As a local small business, this is an incredible opportunity to be in the hub of downtown Charleston and really connect with the community and other downtown businesses. Our goal is to give everyone a little piece of Charleston history and be part of the shop local movement."

Landrum Tables is open Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Learn more online at landrumtables.com
Location Details Landrum Tables
60 Broad St.
Downtown
Charleston, sc
(843) 764-9091

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Charleston shoe store Sneaker will close at the end of the month

Get half off all items

Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 1:05 PM

Sneaker has been holding it down in a little alley off King Street for seven years - SNEAKER/GOOGLE
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Yesterday, popular King Street shoe store Sneaker — and pop-up venue for a number of events over the past seven years — announced that they are closing at the end of the month. Owner JP Hudson wrote: "It was a tough decision but I am ready for a new challenge in my career and in the footwear industry and am excited for what's ahead."

From now until Sat. Sept. 28 (or until everything is gone), Sneaker will be selling all products at 50 percent off, in-store and online.

While Sneaker has been kickin' it in the Holy City for seven years, one of their biggest triumphs came earlier this summer, when they partnered with Saucony to create a custom "Carolina Mustard" Sneaker x Saucony shoe.

In July Hudson told City Paper that Sneaker had been working on the collab for two years before its release on Aug. 3. The inspiration, of course, comes from the Lowcountry's traditional mustard barbecue sauce (each pair even comes with a 'sauce packet' which contains an additional lace option).

Swing by Sneaker and say au revoir — and snag sweet deals — while you still can.
Location Details Sneaker
237-D King St.
Downtown
Charleston, SC
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Monday, September 9, 2019

Brackish Bow Ties launches women's collection

New southern swag

Posted by Lilli Serral on Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 3:04 PM

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Brackish Bow Ties, the popular S.C. artisan accessories brand, is expanding to include a collection of women's merchandise.

Previously, the brand had only showcased men's bow ties and other formal accessories, including pocket squares, pins, cummerbunds, and cuff links, among other items.

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  • Feathers are gonna by flying off the shelves
Brackish is known for their handmade items and eclectic materials, the most popular, of course, being their hand selected bird feathers. You can see how feathers adorn the women's line, featured in earrings and cuffs.

Follow Brackish on the 'gram for more peeks at their new line, which officially drops on their website on Tues. Sept. 10.

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Saturday, September 7, 2019

Lexus Charleston Fashion Week launches first ever all-male fashion show

Hashtag luxury

Posted by Ryan Rothkopf on Sat, Sep 7, 2019 at 11:00 AM

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The modern man takes center stage this September during a special Charleston Fashion Week event on Thurs. Sept. 12, 6-10 p.m. at South Carolina Society Hall. Tickets start at $35 and can be purchased online.

The all-male show begins with OOBE BRAND who will display a collection of menswear in its first-ever runway show.

The show will then feature looks from Any Old Iron, designer Andrew Clancy’s brand. Clancy has dressed celebrities such as Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Ozzy Osbourne, and Shawn Mendes.

“Lexus CFW’s first-ever all men’s fashion show allows us to celebrate the modern, fashionable man through our runway and shopping experiences,” said production director Jacqueline Lawrence in a press release. “OOBE BRAND will set a high bar, and Any Old Iron will dazzle with its rock-n-roll collection."

And if that weren’t enough, before and after the runway portion of the evening, attendees can browse through collections from brands such as Any Old Iron, Goorin Bros Hat Shop, Brackish Bowties, and more.

Guests will be served a complimentary cocktail from Hudson Baby Bourbon on their way in the door as well as food from Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint.

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Saturday, August 31, 2019

Head to Celadon for a wellness and shopping pop-up co-hosted by Artisan Global Sat. Sept. 7

Stop, shop, and meditate to benefit Uganda artisans

Posted by Alison Mader on Sat, Aug 31, 2019 at 11:31 AM

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On Sat. Sept. 7, Celadon and Artisan Global are teaming up to host a pop-up event at Celadon to benefit businesses and increase employment in Northern Uganda.

The pop-up event will take place at the Celadon Flagship store in Mt. Pleasant throughout the day. While there is no fee to attend the pop-up shop, the tickets for the meditation and kombucha tasting are $15.

Artisan Global is a non-profit organization that aims to relieve extreme poverty in post-conflict countries by introducing sustainable practices and jobs. Celadon employee Mikayla Knizevski is the co-founder of Artisan Global and frequently travels to Uganda to work with their local artisans.

The pop-up will feature artisan-crafted jewelry from artists in Uganda, as well Artisan Global's exclusive line of yoga bags. Representatives from Still Soul Studio will be present to lead guests in a mindful meditation in the morning, followed by a kombucha tasting led by One Love Kombucha. 

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