Roberto Coin's diamond studded bangles make an elegant and luxurious statement whether stacked together or worn seperately. Bracelets from the Diamond collection are available in white, rose, and yellow gold and dotted with stunning diamonds.
Join artist Clay Rice for a silhouette-cutting session and book signing opportunity in the Gibbes Museum Welcome Gallery this 2nd Sunday. This rare art form is a Rice family tradition spanning three generations!
Silhouette Prices: $42 per person for 2 copies of same person; $10 per additional copy. Matting and Framing options also available.
The Lonely Shadow Book & Silhouette Package: $60 includes 2 silhouettes suitable for framing; a copy of The Lonely Shadow; and 1 additional silhouette copy to be mounted in the back of the book.
This event is by appointment only, Reserve a spot on Sunday, March 9, from 1-5pm by calling the Gibbes Museum Store at 843-722-2706 x10.
Brooks Brothers is havings a fantastic 4 day promotion Friday, March 7th-Monday, March 10th on men's and women's shirts. Get 3 shirts for $179 or $59.66 each. These are some of the best prices of the season!
March 1, 2014 marks the launch of Best Chefs America: The American South, the first of a series of regional guides to American cuisine.
In 2013, Best Chefs America introduced the first-ever comprehensive peer review guide of chefs in the U.S., highlighting the top one percent of chefs in the country. The book was the result of more than 5,000 one-on-one interviews with chefs across the country to find out who chefs think are the best.
“As the result of months of research and detailed interviews with chefs for Best Chefs America, we discovered that regional trends and cuisine culture were recurring themes. Chefs from each state pride themselves and are passionate when it comes to recreating regional flavors in their dishes,” states Gabe Joseph, editor in chief of Best Chefs America. “With this series, we shed some light on the culture and cuisine of each state. We also highlight the most talented chefs in the South, according to chefs.”
The King Street Marketing Group and Halls Chophouse are pleased to present Bob Moran, Tournament Director of the Family Circle Cup, as our guest speaker for Small Business Lunch at Halls, Thursday, March 13th.
From March 29 to April 6 there will more than 100 ladies on Daniel Island fighting for one purse at the largest women’s-only professional tennis tournament in the world. And Bob Moran runs that extraordinary show.
Join us for lunch at Halls and learn how Bob Moran manages the WTA’s most successful event and discusses his management team’s effort to hit the 100,000 mark in attendance this year.
The Sportsman's Gallery, Ltd. at 216B King Street announced that they will host renowned sculptor Rod Zullo in residence at the gallery March 1and 2 from 10:00 - 5:00 PM. The public is invited to meet the artist and observe as he sculpts a new equine piece that will subsequently be cast in bronze.
Zullo's appearance in Charleston follows his solo exhibition at the Brookgreen Gardens Museum of American Sculpture. Art and sporting enthusiasts will be particularly interested in the horse sculpture as it is created.
Zullo's work has been commended by the National Sculpture Society and is in the permanent collections of The National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming, The Leanin' Tree Museum in Boulder, Colorado and Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina.
Spring break is right around the corner. Pack everything up in Brooks Brothers' Football Leather Duffel. This stylish bag is made of genuine football leather with brass hardware and pinstripe lining. It' is also ultra comfortable with a detachable shoulder strap and double handles.
Find all of your getaway essentials right at Brooks Brothers on King Street. They have colored slim fit chinos, linen sport shirts, and cable knit crewnecks so you can look your best on vacation.
The Women’s Council of the Gibbes Museum of Art presents Art of Design, a lecture and luncheon benefiting the museum on Friday, March 7, 2014. This year's annual luncheon will bring speaker Charlotte Moss.
“We are thrilled to welcome Charlotte Moss to Charleston. Her wealth of knowledge about design and business acumen will inspire and inform our guests,” says Gibbes Museum Executive Director Angela Mack.
Ms. Moss lectures widely on the all the arts of living, and has written eight books including her most recent, A Visual Life: Scrapbooks, Collages, and Inspiration. In addition to writing books, she contributes frequently to The Wall Street Journal, and was recently featured as “pop-up” guest editor in the November issue of House Beautiful.Focusing on “The Arts of Living,” with special sections on home fragrance, books, music, wine and more, she writes,
“As designers, we go far beyond how rooms look and feel: we create atmosphere and that means creating beauty that affects all of our senses. I’m focusing on the arts of living, being surrounded by beauty, enveloped in fragrance, listening to good music, reading good books, enjoying good food and wine with friends. Basically, what we DO at home, how we LIVE.”
Ms. Moss will offer a visual presentation during the three-course luncheon featuring a selection of seasonal favorites. A book signing will follow the luncheon.
Good Coffee Company of Charleston has recently become a vendor on King Street during Second Sunday. While they are mainly a roasting company, they serve brewed coffee on Second Sunday so everyone can get a taste of what Good Coffee Company is all about.
Visit their spot on King and Fulton for hot & cold brewed coffee as well as whole bean and ground coffee by the pound. When it's not Second Sunday, you can stop by their place at 11 Fulton Street, 9-5 Monday through Friday to pick up your coffee fix.
Yves Delorme has gorgeous new prints for Spring & Summer. Switch out rich, dark hued bedding with soft, springtime print linens. They have a minimalist paisley print called "Sudare" that comes in a lovely shade of orange. See it featured in the latest issue of Home Accents Today!
Dior's Spring 2014 Collection has arrived at Cos Bar Charleston. Marie-Antoinette and her private domain, the Petit Trianon, inspired Dior's Trianon Collection this season. The eye shadow palette is full of gorgeous Macaroon shades and rich, pastel colors from the gardens of Versailles.
Call Cos Bar Charleston for an appointment today to try all of the beautiful colors! 843.793.1776
On Wednesday, February 26th, Elan Midtown will be hosting a cheese tasting & wine pairing by goat.sheep.cow. Stop by the Elan Midtown Apartments from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m for a little after work pick-me-up. Patty and Tom from goat.sheep.cow. will be there to lead the tasting.
Ansell Bray is a New York based artist, who designs jewelry and belt buckles inspired by hunting, fishing and wildlife. Paderewski Fine Art & The Sportsman's Gallery at 216 B King Street currently has a collection of beautiful sterling silver & bronze belt buckles designed by the artist. The buckles feature subjects such as Grouse, Pheasant, Duck, Quail, and Salmon. They are the perfect Valentine's Day Gift for him.
Brooks Brothers on King Street has the perfect Valentine's Day gifts for him and her. This Ostrich Skin Top Satchel comes in festive red for the occassion and adds the perfect pop of color to any outfit all year long.
This Valentine's Day, make her heart sparkle with a gift from the Roberto Coin Boutique. The Tiny Treasures Collection by Roberto Coin is full or gorgeous diamond encrusted heart pendants she will love like this Tiny Treasures Diamond Slanted Open Heart Necklace ($1,080).
These merchants participate in the Parking with Purchase Program. They want to treat you like the VIP you are, and will validate an hour or more of parking at any City of Charleston parking garage when you shop or dine with them.