Thursday, March 16, 2017

Cooper River Bridge Run presents the first ever ... Doggie Fashion Show

Paws-itively fabulous

Posted by Grace Vail on Thu, Mar 16, 2017 at 11:34 AM

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The annual Cooper River Bridge Run celebrates 40 years this year, and it's going all out with popular events like the premiere of its Doggie Fashion Show, going down on March 31 (the day before the Bridge Run) in Hampton Park, starting at 2:30 p.m.

The show will feature the latest in canine and pet fashion, with creations from designer Ada Nieves, NYC based FIT grad who specializes in luxury pet fashions. The show will be emceed by dog lover and star of Southern Charm Patricia Altschul, along with one of her dogs.

Other guests include Margaret Konecky of The Elegant Hare, a specialty cashmere pet designer and Dana Humphrey, a.k.a. The Pet Lady, who will be educating people on the best tips and tricks for pet products and purchasing to keep your pet happy.
Location Details Hampton Park
30 Mary Murray Blvd.
Downtown
Charleston, South Carolina
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Dog models — adoptable pups from Pet Helpers of Charleston — will hit the runway in over-the-top, bedazzled outfits. Local dogs and their owners are welcome to participate as well. Checking out this event would definitely be barking up the right tree, and is an adorable (and not so sweaty way) to enjoy the Bridge Run.

You can also celebrate the Bridge Run this year with 40 Days of Bridge Run, which started in February and ends on race day, Sat. April 1. Each day the Bridge Run will raffle away prizes; raffle tickets are $20 and when you buy one you're entered to win over 200 prizes valued at over $50,000 in total. All of the prizes were donated by sponsors and 100 percent of every raffle ticket benefits one of the Bridge Run's 15 charities.

It's not too late to register for the run, either. You can still sign up for $55. Oh, and this year every finisher gets a medal — we're all winners, y'all.
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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Tickets still available for Ibu runway show and talk by Ali MacGraw on April 26

Fashion forward

Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 1:50 PM

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Today's the last day to snag a discount ticket ($60, $75/full price) for Ibu's April event, Women Without Borders with Ali MacGraw. The runway show and champagne lunch, held on Wed. April 26 at noon in the Cedar Room, will showcase MacGraw's spring and summer collection for Ibu. Like all of Ibu's collections, the pieces are handmade by global women artisans.
Location Details The Cedar Room
701 East Bay St.
Downtown
Charleston, SC
The event features pop-up shopping, live music, raffle giveaways, and pictures and conversation with MacGraw. Best known as an actress, model, and author, MacGraw is also an animal rights activist and now an Ibu ambassador with her own line.

Ibu works with 71 artisan groups in 34 countries, selling a range of products from silk shawls to African bone beaded necklaces to Moroccan caftans. Ibu's brick-and-mortar is located at 183 King St.
Location Details Ibu
183 King Street
Downtown
Charleston, SC
(843) 327-8304
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Check out goods from Alabama Chanin and The Shelter at Worthwhile March 27-29

Homegrown

Posted by Kathryn Noviello on Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 11:00 AM

Natalie Chanin is the mastermind behind Alabama Chanin, a lifestyle company. - ALABAMA CHANIN
  • Alabama Chanin
  • Natalie Chanin is the mastermind behind Alabama Chanin, a lifestyle company.
Charlestonians are in store for a fashion and eco-friendly exhibition as eco-fashion pioneer Natalie Chanin, in collaboration with The Commons owner Erin Reitz, hosts a trunk show at Worthwhile, March 27-29, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

The pop-up will feature creations from Chanin's Alabama Chanin, a lifestyle company that produces housewares and clothing, and Reitz' The Shelter Collection by The Commons, featuring glassware and wheel-thrown ceramics.

Though the products are different, the collections are both inspired by Southern tradition. Alabama Chanin uses 100 percent organic cotton jersey fabrics and repurposed/reclaimed materials in all of their designs, inspired by Chanin's degree in Environmental Design, with a focus on industrial and craft-based textiles.

The Shelter is a modern line of glassware and ceramics inspired by the mud hut dwelling, which The Commons interprets as the strongest architectural shape which uses the least amount of materials. While Chanin’s company is based in Alabama, Reitz designed The Shelter Collection in South Carolina and produced it in North Carolina. In addition to steins, glasses, and pitchers, this trunk show will feature wheel thrown plates and bowls from the collection.

You can always check out good from The Commons at Fritz Porter Design Collective, located at 701 East Bay St. Suite 106.
Location Details Worthwhile
268 King St.
Downtown
Charleston, SC
(843) 723-4418
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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The Daily hosts a farmers and artisans' market this Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Stay local, buy local

Posted by Kathryn Noviello on Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 2:30 PM

FLYER BY CAMELA GUEVARA
  • Flyer by Camela Guevara
This Saturday a number of Charleston’s local vendors will come together to showcase their work and products in a mini bazaar at The Daily. The Farmer and Artisan Market, which takes place from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., will feature an eclectic gathering of craftspeople, artists, clothiers, and farmers.

For sale will be everything from body care products from vendors such as Motherland Essentials, Sacred Circle Herbal Apothecary, and The Contents Co to clothes from Red Rose Vintage and Tuff Stuff Vintage, who will be on site with never-before-seen, old-school apparel. And if you think that flyer art is beautiful (because we do), then grab some prints from artist Camela Guevara, who will also be at the market.

Of course, this part-farmers market will feature healthy eats, too. Ambrose Farm, Spade and Clover Gardens, and GrowFood Carolina will contribute to the bounty at the event.

The Farmer and Artisan Market is open to the public, and brings recognition and support to some of Charleston’s favorite local vendors and small businesses. Check out this art-exhibition-meets-farmers-market event as vendors offer their work and ware to the public.
Location Details The Daily
The Daily
652-B King St
Downtown
Charleston, SC
(843) 619-0151
Modern American, Coffee + Tea Shops and Wine & Cheese Shop

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Gwynn's of Mt. Pleasant celebrates fashion week with trunk shows starting this Thursday

Pop the trunk

Posted by Grace Vail on Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 10:00 AM

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Gwynn’s of Mt. Pleasant celebrates Fashion Week with in-store trunk shows starting this Thurs. March 16, through Sat. March 18.

From Thurs. March 16-Sat. March 18, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., get a load of Ron White's (not to be confused with the redneck comedian) spring collection, featuring both men's and women's styles. The Ron White line makes shoes from flats to heels to loafers.

Meet and greet Leo & Sage's creative director and owner Pauline Sokal Nakios from 12-3 p.m., where guests can enter to win a $250 gift certificate to Gwynn's. Leo & Sage specializes in curated knits and ready to wear items.
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And on Fri. March 17 and Sat. March 18, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., the What Goes Around Comes Around trunk show will include luxury items from Chanel, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and more.

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