Emerging Designer Andrew Clancey

Charleston Fashion Week Emerging Designer Andrew Clancey rocked the runway with his sequin heavy collection of bespoke menswear and womenswear.  The former British stylist turned Nashville designer was the crowd favorite showing one showstopper after another.

Photography by Side Yard Studios

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Brackish Bow Ties Fall Look Book

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Brackish Bow Ties is the originator of the feathered bow tie and it all started out of necessity for the founders Ben Ross and Jeff Plotner. Not wanting to settle for mediocracy, Ben handcrafted a set of turkey feather bow ties for his groomsmen for his wedding in 2007.  Almost 10 years later with one of his groomsman Jeff, the partners have created an empire of feathered accessories that have made a global impact. With their headquarters and production in Charleston, they employ 50 artisans and production assistants who painstakingly make each tie, cummerbund, and pin to perfection.  They have since expanded their turkey feathers to an exotic ray of colors using peacock, guinea, rooster, and pheasant. Each tie is a work of sustainable art and one of a kind.

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As well as online you can shop them locally at Gwynn’s of Mt. Pleasant ,  Charleston TuxedoGrady Ervin & Co.Grand Bohemian Hotel , and Charleston Preservation Society.  From humble beginnings to selling at national retailers such as Neiman Marcus and the legendary London department store Harrods, Brackish Bow Ties is ready to make men look more dapper one feather at a time.

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Clothing from Worn and Gwynn’s of Mt. Pleasant // Tuxedos by Charleston Tuxedo // Sunglasses by See Eyewear // Hats by Goorin Brothers // “Attaché” bag by Satchel & Page $395, “Diplomat” bag by Satchel & Page $375, “Harvey” Umbrella by Concord Gentleman’s Accessories $77.50 from Henry & Eva

 Photography by Bette Walker, Styling by Andrea Serrano, on location at The Tomas Bennett House

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Will You Be Mine?

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Valentine’s gift ideas from local shops in Charleston.

1st Row: Voluspa candle in Aurantia and blackberry $35 from Stella Nova Charleston PH: 843-884-3838 // Julie Vos Mosaic necklace $179 from Shirtini PH: 843-259-5243 // “Always and Forever” art print by Rifle Paper Co. $24 from Dandy Boutique PH: 843-475-3927

2nd Row:  Minimalist ring holder in navy $18 from Open Door Shop   PH: 843-872-6469 // Lace bra $154 and lace thong $82 by Marie Jo from Bits of Lace PH: 843-531-6625 // Gin Fizz by Lubin perfume $160 from Lily PH: 843-577-7633

3rd Row: Lindsay Cowles bowtie and cummerbund set $270 from Noddy PH: 843-872-6094 // Rose Gold heart earrings $45 from  Gold Creations PH: 843-577-4862 //  What I Love About Us book $12 from  Lulu Burgess PH: 843-405-1221

‘Tis The Season

 

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Faux fur wine bottle holder by Two’s Company $12 from Lulu Burgess PH: 843-405-1221

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 14k 8.84ct citrine with .35cttw diamond ring $1500 from Gold Creations PH: 843-577-4862 

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Bulls Eye small dish $149 and Chevron square dish $279 by Waylande Gregory ceramics hand made in Peru from Ro Sham Beaux PH: 843-641-7087

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Givre Blanc fragrance $49 from Lily Charleston 843-577-7633

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Cuff by Buju $300 from Elizabeth Stuart Design PH: 843-388-3892

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Elephant Bowl $209  by Waylande Gregory ceramics hand made in Peru from Ro Sham Beaux PH: 843-641-7087

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Charleston made cufflinks $80 by Sammy Speare at Ro Sham Beaux PH: 843-641-7087

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‘Tis the season to gift that special someone a unique present.  From King to Market, to Broad Street, these local boutiques stock up on a variety of distinguished gifts from all price ranges.

Photography by Clifford Pate, shot on location at The Barony Tavern at The Renaissance Hotel

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Featured Designer: Carlos Campos

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As the closing show, New York based menswear designer Carlos Campos brought his modern menswear perspective to Charleston Fashion Week.  Immersed in a family that focused on design and master tailoring, his future in fashion was in his destiny.  His mainstay aesthetic of clean lines and modern fabrications brought together a streamlined collection of impeccably fitted garments.

Photography by Lauren Sykes

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Charleston Fashion Week Day 5 Streetstyle

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As Charleston Fashion Week draws to a close, some of the best dressed people in Charleston pulled out all of the stops.  The styles ran the gamut from streetwear to party frocks to well suited gentleman. I think we live up to the title of the most attractive people in the U.S. pretty well.

Photography by Clifford Pate

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Ike Behar

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Since opening their King Street store 2 years ago, Ike Behar can take credit for dressing local men in well tailored suits and polished casual wear.  Their Charleston Fashion Week show was filled with sharp dressed models sporting Spring styles that can be found in the Charleston store.

Photography by Lauren Sykes

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