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National brands Loeffler Randall and Hill House are arriving on King Street

National brands Loeffler Randall and Hill House are arriving on King Street
October 2023

Plus, breast cancer survivors model the latest fashions at the Pink Promenade at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre

Jessie Loeffler Randall founded luxury women’s brand Loeffler Randall in 2004. Next month, she’s introducing the brand’s second boutique on the corner of King and Queen streets. 

Destination shopping

Fashionistas will want to head to lower King Street when luxury women’s brands Loeffler Randall and Hill House Home open at the corner of Queen Street, alongside locally based coastal lifestyle store Minnow. Loeffler Randall, whose flagship boutique debuted in New York City in 2021, chose the Holy City for its second retail location, which features 1,450 square feet and includes a spacious seating area for guests. The brand, founded by Jessie Loeffler Randall in 2004, is known for its event-ready sandals in metallics and rich velvet, featuring pleated bows or knots, as well as coordinating handbags and hair accessories. The line also includes ready-to-wear clothing. Brides-to-be will be able to make private appointments at the King Street boutique. 

Also on the first floor of the same building, Hill House Home—which has locations in New York, Nantucket, and Palm Beach—will debut its fourth store, with coastal-inspired interiors designed by Amanda Lindroth in January 2024. Hill House is known for its versatile ”Nap” dress, which comes in a variety of fabrics and prints. The New York-based brand, founded by Nell Diamond in 2015, also offers bedding, table linens, and children’s clothing, as well as women’s pajamas, shoes, and accessories.

The two New York-based boutiques join Minnow, which opened a 1,365-square-foot flagship store at the same address in October. [145 King St.,,,]

Think Pink

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, stylist Andrea Serrano will host the annual Pink Promenade from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on October 7 at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre, spotlighting local breast cancer survivors modeling the latest fall fashions. Tickets are $40 and include brunch bites and cocktails from Burtons Grill & Bar and a Pink Pass Shopping Passport, with promotions from Towne Centre shops. The fundraiser also features a performance by local bluegrass group Gravel Road, fairy hair tinsel, flower crowns, and a photo op with The Pink Figgy. Proceeds benefit the Roper St. Francis Healthcare breast cancer program. [Mount Pleasant Towne Centre, 1218 Belk Dr., Mount Pleasant,]