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The Charleston Profile

  • December 2011

    The world-traveling, food-, wine-, and water sports-loving owner of ICEBOX Innovative Beverage Services serves up his treasured possessions

  • October 2011

    The founder of Loulu Agency—and an avid surfer and equestrian—shares her recycled style, choice transportation, and family heirlooms

  • August 2011

    One of the creative minds behind digital marketing company Blue Ion shares his passion for blues tunes, outdoor adventuring, and the wild West

  • July 2011

    When she’s not blowing glass for her jewelry designs, this mother of two finds beauty in Doris Day, chats with her children, and a good night’s sleep

  • June 2011

    Surfing owes its popularity to a 19th-century, Charleston-born fan

  • May 2011

    The artist known for her colorful abstracts shares her passion for the scrumptious days of disco, needlepoint, and summer fun

  • April 2011

    As The Hat Ladies’ spirited founder prepares for the group’s 10th annual Easter Promenade, she puts some of her own treasured possessions on parade

  • December 2010

    The general manager of Charleston Grill—recently named one of America’s top five maître d’s—and founder of Charleston Chefs Feed the Need talks love, ice cream, and good grooming

  • November 2010

    Discover what makes the cut with this peace-loving stylist-turned-interior designer who’s found her groove as a hip-hop dance instructor

  • October 2010

    This avid cyclist and enthusiastic businessman gets in gear with good friends and family, simple indulgences, and a spunky sidekick

  • September 2010

    The artist, arts activist, and gallery owner sculpts a life around family, Legos, and the pursuit of happiness

  • September 2010

    *Not specious or counterfeit: genuine. Meet the real Frank Abagnale Jr., the former con man once hunted by the FBI and immortalized in the film Catch Me If You Can. Learn how he has tried to redeem himself over the past 30 years and how his true life is playing out, for the good, in Charleston

  • August 2010

    The Charleston Fashion Week Emerging Designer finalist talks about her children’s clothing line, inherited style, and Parisian dreams

  • July 2010

    The 23-year-old Charleston Battery forward kicks around thoughts on music, relationships, and the sport he’s played since age four

  • May 2010

    This devoted community volunteer and longtime arts enthusiast shares some beloved pieces, plus tips on style, entertaining, and the value of silence

  • April 2010

    The owner of green design-build firm Hilke Development talks about tools, accessories, and his new, energy-saving business venture

  • January 2010

    The Swedish-born owner of Helena Fox Fine Art exhibits her most treasured possessions

  • December 2009

    The Italian-born chef-owner of Pane e Vino touts lucky charms, leisurely meals, and the love of family

  • November 2009

    A Holy City native, this composer and College of Charleston music professor tunes in to old-school traditions, with a little Led Zeppelin mixed in

  • October 2009

    Style, art, and entrepreneurship keep the founder of Charleston Cycle Chic’s wheels spinning

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