It's Spoleto season, which means you may need some fancier threads to rock at all of the cultural offerings around town. Fear not, shoppers, we've got some tips on where to swing by this weekend.
is a brand spankin' new shop on Upper King. Originally from Piermont, N.Y., and The Editor offers current fashion in a laid-back setting. The shop’s slogan, "her apartment, her wardrobe, her life," emphasizes the relaxed feel of the boutique, which also offers an apartment's worth of furniture, artwork, stationery and gifts for men and women. Rather than just a boutique, The Editor is a lifestyle shop, providing women with chic apparel and décor.
The Morgan Kylee. Boutique
, located at 123 King Street, will host a trunk show featuring New York designer behno’s Spring/Summer 2016 today until 6 p.m. behno is an ethically manufactured womenswear label partnered with factories that emphasize ethical practices. The Spring/Summer 2016 Collection, inspired by Oskar Schlemmer’s Das Triadisches Ballet, questions the dystopian view of the future and technology with an emphasis on “glitched” and fabricated beauty.
behno's dystopian design.
In honor of Charleston’s 2016 Spoleto Festival, Bob Ellis Shoes, located at 332 King Street, will host a trunk show featuring Madison Avenue Couture this weekend. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, shoppers are invited to peruse merchandise from the most trusted dealers of Hermes and Chanel handbags and accessories. Customers can choose from an assortment of vintage and contemporary products of the highest quality. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to shop like an Upper East Sider in the Lowcountry.
Madison Avenue Couture heads to Bob Ellis Shoes this weekend.