Thursday, November 21, 2019

Greetings From Nashville pops up in G&G's Fieldshop starting this Fri. Nov. 22

Holy City meets Music City

Posted by Alison Mader on Thu, Nov 21, 2019 at 11:19 AM

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From Nov. 22 to Dec. 6, Garden & Gun's Fieldshop, located in the Dewberry, will host the traveling pop-up store Greetings From Nashville (GFN), featuring, you guessed it, curated items from the music city.

Curated by Nashville-based company The Callaway, GFN brings a bit of Tennessee to cities all over the country.

From apparel to jewelry to home decor, all products are made in Nashville and hand-selected by The Callaway. Browse one-of-a-kind vintage items, or shop from popular Tennessee retailers like imogene + willie, Salt Ceramics, and The Country Music Hall of Fame. 

For two weeks, GFN and the Dewberry will also showcase the best of Nashville's music and food scene. Stop by The Living Room to hear singer-songwriters Allison Moorer and Mando Saenz perform intimate acoustic sets, then swing by Henrietta's for a taste of Tennessee featuring the work of Chef Julia Sullivan from the restaurant Henrietta Red.

For more information and a full schedule of Greetings From Nashville events, check out greetingsfromnashville.net.

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Check out Gogo Jewelry and Hannah Carnegie at G&G's Fieldshop Nov. 13 and 14

Buggin' out

Posted by Connor Simonson on Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 9:59 AM

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Presented by Gogo Jewelry and Garden & Gun, the premiere collection of jewelry from Hannah Carnegie debuts at Garden & Gun's Fieldshop in the Dewberry Hotel this week, Nov. 13 and 14. You can peruse the pieces from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. both days.

Hannah Carnegie's founder and creative director, Hannah Sayre-Thomas, is the daughter of renowned jewelry artist Gogo Ferguson. Sayre-Thomas is the product of seven generations of Carnegie family artists living on Cumberland Island, Ga.

As a child, she joined her mother and grandmother in the daily traverse of the shoreline, discovering what she describes as "gifts from the sea," then scouring the ancient maritime forest for flora and fauna unique to that barrier island wilderness.

The debut line is titled "The Architecture of Insects" and is inspired by the geometry and symmetry of nature. In a press release, Ferguson says she is "immensely proud and overjoyed to see [her] daughter launch her own beautiful line, which also pays tribute to the perfection found in nature."

Fieldshop is located on the ground level of the Dewberry Hotel at 334 Meeting St.

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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Following a NYFW launch, Charleston designer Aysha Robinson releases fall 2019 collection

Buy local

Posted by Alison Mader on Tue, Nov 5, 2019 at 2:32 PM

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Following her successful New York Fashion Week launch in September, local Charleston designer Aysha Robinson has officially released her fall 2019 collection. 

Featuring edgy outerwear, chic sets, and bold dresses, Robinson's fashion line, Aysha louise, provides "everyday luxury for the modern woman." The bold colors and clean lines in the collection provide outfits suited for every day looks and occasions.

In designing her collection, Robinson focused on comfortable, functional, and luxurious clothing for "the woman who is just as refined as she is edgy." She wants to create a neutral, shared shopping experience for women of every generation and all walks of life in one collection.

To peruse the fall 2019 Collection, check out ayshalouise.com.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Propose Charleston offers "white-glove experience" for couples looking to pop the question

Will you plan our proposal?

Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Wed, Oct 30, 2019 at 1:30 PM

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Charleston, Conde Nast's favorite small city in the world, is a wildly popular wedding destination, with folks from all over traveling to our fair city to get hitched. Most recently Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin tied the knot just down the road at Montage Palmetto Bluff. According to The Wedding Report the city saw over 3,700 weddings in 2018 alone. 
With all the wedding hullabaloo, it shouldn't come as a surprise that a savvy local entrepreneur is taking advantage of the ol' "first comes love" adage: proposals.

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Propose Charleston, founded by Jena Clem, is a full-service proposal planning firm based in Charleston with the goal of designing "one-of-a-kind proposals reflective of each couple's unique love story." Clem is a "seasoned event planner" who currently serves as director of special events at the Gibbes Museum of Art.

In a press release Clem says "There’s a gap when it comes to planning the perfect proposal. I’ve always found the proposal to be one of the most memorable parts of a couple’s love story, so I launched Propose Charleston to create perfect proposals that can be captured and retold from generation to generation."

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Learn more about the company online at proposecharleston.com

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Asheville pottery company, East Fork is popping up on Spring Street this weekend

Sales and steals, y'all

Posted by Connor Simonson on Thu, Oct 17, 2019 at 3:56 PM

Asheville-based pottery company East Fork is bringing their collection of hand-crafted ceramics to Charleston this weekend and is setting up shop at the Counter Culture Coffee training center on Spring Street this Sat. Oct. 19, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

(If you've ever sipped and noshed at Harbinger Cafe, you've seen this pottery in action.)

East Fork will have plates, bowls, vases, cups, mugs, and serving ware for sale. These handmade pieces come in a variety of finishes: Morel, Eggshell, Big Sky, Pollen, Celery, Soapstone, and Molasses. They will also have "practically-perfect-pots" for sale at 30 percent off.

According to their website, East Fork's "collection is unfussy, durable, timeless — made to use every day, for a long, long time." They make a full range of dinnerware and other functional objects from plates and bowls to mugs and service pieces, all of which are "made from regionally-sourced stoneware clay and fired in a gas kiln, with food-safe glazes made in-house."

For more information and to check out their full line up of products, head to East Fork's website or check them out on Instagram

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