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The Righchus Renaissance is a music and arts festival created by hip hop artist Righchus (Matt Bostick). It was definitely the place for every age of "cool kid" status from high school students to the more mature art and music connoisseurs.

Mock Couture was being sold like hot cakes and John Pundt was cranking out the screen print versions of Brown Derby Haberdashery T-shirts! Large captivating paintings by Fletcher Williams 3 lined the walls, prints were handed out and there was the added bonus of one lucky raffle winner getting a commissioned piece! Watch as Matt Bostick a.k.a Righchus takes the stage with authority in this multimedia affair and see the street style of the evening!



Thursday night is long awaited launch of Cavortress the curated vintage collection by designer Julie Wheat that features her finds from across the globe- New York to Las Vegas, Toronto to Amsterdam collected over two decades! Expect to see amazing leather goods, dresses, skirts, belts, and handbags with prices ranging from $10 to $100! Come celebrate this exclusive launch party from 5:30 to 8:30pm at 478 King Street, (outside the studios of Troubadour and Sarah Maxwell, above the Silver Dollar). Word to the wise: Don't let me beat you there because I LOVE vintage and all the best stuff will be gone!!! There has been a location change to 179 Wentworth between Ashley and Gadsden.

A few blocks away in the Design District, at 482 Kings, the Shopping For Success Event at Butterfly Women's Boutique is kicking off at 6pm. Shop this upscale consignment shop for designer finds and 20% percent of the evenings sales will benefit Dress For Success Charleston County! Visit to learn more about this organization that empowers women throughout Charleston!

Did you know Bollywood was coming to Charleston? Yes both the Pet Helper's annual Fur Ball and this year's Darkness to Light Gala will feature this Indian theme! Celebrated author and Indian style guru Parveen Kandola is making a special trip to Charleston with an array of saris and accessories hand selected from the finest Indian designers and craftsmen. So no excuses such as "I don't have a thing to wear!" Join her on Saturday, October 24th at Berlin's for Women on King Street for the Sari Sale and discover your inner Indian Princess. Prices for these amazing one of a kind ensembles start at just $100., and Parveen will donate 10% of each purchase to Pet Helpers. If something more American catches your eye, Ellen Berlin will also donate 10% of your purchase to Pet Helpers. For more info on Pet Helpers visit!