Thursday, September 27, 2018

Palmetto Blended T-shirt company selling Hurricane Florence relief merch

Wear your heart on your...heart

Posted by Mary Scott Hardaway on Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 4:44 PM

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Palmetto Blended, a local family-owned screen printing business established earlier this year, is now selling 'Carolina Strong' T-shirts with proceeds going to Hurricane Florence relief.

All proceeds from these T-shirts will be donated to relief efforts in the Carolinas through the United Way Hurricane Florence Recovery Fund. The "super soft" shirts come in navy blue with a hand-printed design and are only $10 a pop.

Purchase your Carolina Strong shirt online; for groups or corporations interested in purchasing in bulk, email hello@palmettoblended.com.

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Jahde Leather Atelier, The Vault, and Hampden Clothing host a benefit runway show

Proceeds benefit Meeting Street Academy

Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 11:22 AM

The Vault on King is home to female artists of all mediums. - TEENY MORRISON
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  • The Vault on King is home to female artists of all mediums.
On Thurs. Oct. 18 head to The Vault on King, a studio and marketplace featuring work exclusively from women artists and creatives, for a fundraising runway show. During the show another local creative, Andrea Jahde of Jahde Leather Atelier, reveals her latest collection of luxury leather goods. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales (which start at $35) support arts programming at Meeting Street Academy.
In addition to The Vault and Jahde Leather Atelier, Hampden Clothing joins forces for this fundraising show, which showcases a line of desert-inspired accessories inspired by "faraway places, Southwestern style, and the vibrant colors of the desert sunrise."
In a press release Hampden Clothing's Katie Grossenbacher said, "Our goal is always to make you feel your best, and that is why we love partnering with local female designers." The Vault co-founder Teeny Morrison adds, "Our team strongly believes in supporting others and is passionate about being a haven for the creative community."

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A portion of ticket sales support Meeting Street Academy, an "early education initiative founded upon the belief that all children deserve an excellent education regardless of their geographic or socioeconomic circumstances." You can purchase tickets, which range from $35 (general, standing) to $130 (seated, VIP first row) online.

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Thursday, September 6, 2018

Tiger Lily opens its James Island shop and completes downtown renovation

Coming up roses

Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 4:31 PM

The downtown space is now considered an urban floral boutique. - PROVIDED
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  • The downtown space is now considered an urban floral boutique.
Local florist Tiger Lily has opened their second location on James Island (1614 Camp Road) and finished renovations on their downtown location, now described as a "modern urban floral boutique."

In a press release, owner Manny Gonzales says, "We’re really grateful for the support of the Charleston community over the last two decades, and we’re excited to give James Island and West Ashley residents easier access to our services. At the same time, we love our downtown location and certainly didn’t want to move from the Cannonborough-Elliottborough neighborhood we have grown to love. We feel confident our customers will appreciate having two locations for greater access to our floral services.”
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Tiger Lily is a frequent winner of City Paper's Best Local Florist title; they were also awarded a Carolopolis Award from Charleston's Preservation Society in 2004 for their initial renovations to the downtown spot.   If you're stopping by the James Island location expect to be greeted with an open concept where customers can watch floral artisans at work. This 4,000 square foot facility will serve as the main hub for all floral production for both daily and wedding operations, customer service, and administrative offices. 

Learn more about the OG location and the new spot online at tigerlilyflorist.com
Location Details Tiger Lily James Island
Tiger Lily James Island
1614 Camp Road
James Island, SC
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Location Details Tiger Lily Florist
131 Spring St.
Downtown
Charleston, SC
(843) 723-2808
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Monday, August 20, 2018

Holy City Vintage Market kicks off the fall season on Sun. Sept. 2

Vintage baby

Posted by Christina Burnley on Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 2:35 PM

It's almost fall, y'all, and we're ready for it. After another hot southern summer, we are ready to turn in our flip-flops for fall fashion, and the Holy City Vintage Market is here to help. A vintage experience like no other, stop by anytime between 9 a.m.-3 p.m. to kick-off the season on Sun. Sept. 2 at the Park Cafe.

Shop end-of-summer deals and vintage galore with all your local favorites including: Runaround Sue Vintage, Red Rose Vintage, Tuff Stuff Vintage, fk vintage, Dry Run Goods, Threads Todisco, Third Eye Vintage, Frenchie Vintage, and Ache Vintage.

The market also welcomes the Itinerant Literate bookmobile, handmade jewelry from Jewelz by Jai and Peachy Keen Designs, artisan soaps from Haus of Hygiene, live henna by Emily Bamfield, and vinyl gold from Graveface Records.

In the mood for some freebies? For the rest of 2018, the Holy City Vintage Market will post a pic of an item up for grabs from one of the Lowcountry vintage shops. To win, just post a pic of something cool you’ve picked up from any market in the past with the hashtag #HCVMTakeover. The winner will be announced at the following market event.

The fun doesn’t stop there: Guests can win stuff during the market as well via Instagram: Just post a pic of the market while you're there, tag the HCVM, and you could win a special take home doggy bag. Just remember to stay until the end, so you won’t miss out on the winning announcement.

Can’t get enough? Well break out your calendars, cause here are all the Holy City Vintage Markets for the rest of 2018:

Sun. Sept. 2, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Park Cafe
Sun. Oct 7, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Park Cafe
Sun. Oct 20, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Itinerant Literate, Park Circle
Sun. Nov. 4, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Park Cafe
Sun. Nov. 18, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at The Royal American
Sun. Dec. 2, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Park Cafe
Sun. Dec. 16, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at The Royal American

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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Join DJs the Beehive Blondes at South Seas Oasis this Sat. Aug. 18

Selling vintage clothes to boot

Posted by Christina Burnley on Tue, Aug 14, 2018 at 10:08 AM

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The Beehive Blondes are coming to the Lowcountry this Sat. Aug. 18, where they'll get down with the get down from 8:30-11 p.m. at South Seas Oasis Tiki Bar. The Retro DJ duo, Jess James and Hannah Stewart, bring the party with '50s rock n roll, Motown, disco, and girl groups with a slight '80s flare — a.k.a. the ideal jukebox.

Don’t know what to wear? There will be a curated rack of vintage summer floral and tiki dresses and Hawaiian shirts available for purchase. The Beehive Blondes will also be hanging out at Candy Shop Vintage on Saturday afternoon to launch the debut of the Jess James + Co. vintage collection — which means you have two chances to dress to theme this weekend.

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