Video: Biton Fashion, Social Primer Launch, Contemporary Charleston and Lowcountry Artist Market Buzz
It's a fashion marathon!
The city remains in full swing as we step into these Summer months. I am still catching up on video blogs from the non-stop Charleston activities.
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the launch party for Social Primer bow ties designed for Brooks Brothers by the ever charming and fantastically dandy K Cooper Ray. In the endless world of bow ties, this collection is by far my favorite.
Social Primer for Brooks Brothers
Note: They are reversible and are designed in a spectacular array of patterns giving a fashionable update to a classic menswear accessory. Many styles are already sold-out so go- GO now fellas! These limited edition bow ties will be gone before you can say the work SHAG! Speaking of, check out this video blog of an evening filled with dancing, menswear style and the guru of it all - K Cooper Ray! (Check out his Social Primer menswear blog for even more details!)
Who knew Charleston was so Contemporary? Well of course it is! However, if you have any doubts in your mind then you must view the Contemporary Charleston 2010: Influence visual arts show, a Piccolo Spoleto Exhibit, at the City Gallery curated by Max Miller and Erin Glaze, gallery coordinator! The show runs until July 3rd and features 10 local visual artists who created pieces inspired by the works of 10 local poets. The opening reception was a hit attracting art lovers, hipsters, and fashion mavens from wall to wall. Watch to see the happenings and the style!
Biton celebrated their third anniversary with a fashion show featuring their top brands including Diesel, Missoni, Catherine Malandrino, William Rast and the list goes on! In case you missed this red carpet catwalk presentation, here are the highlights from this runway affair!
YOU WILL THANK ME FOR THIS
Honestly, if you have any desire in your heart for fashion, decor, hand-made, vintage, and every item in between- and if your reading this I know you do- you will NOT want to miss the first Lowcountry Artist Market, an etsy.com inspired event featuring local wares and hosted by the Music Farm this Saturday, June 5th from 10:30am until 5 pm. For more details visit MusicFarm.com! See you there!