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The Buzz - June 2019

The Buzz - June 2019
June 2019

Amanda Lindroth’s island-inspired home decor items are now available on King Street.


Start planning your fall wardrobe early this year at RTW’s Peter Cohen Trunk Show. The Zimbabwe-born, L.A.-based designer brings his Fall 2019 collection to the Holy City from June 5 through 6 for an exclusive show that features his trademark minimalism and refined style. While Peter Cohen’s pieces are modern and sophisticated, his clothing is also known for being comfortable and timeless. Browse this special collection and find high-quality, wearable designs that will last from season to season. [186 King St.,]


Bahamas-based interior designer Amanda Lindroth—a go-to designer for island dwellers across the Caribbean who restored the beautiful Dunmore hotel in the Bahamas and authored Island Hopping, a collection of design inspiration and personal stories—opened her flagship store on King Street last month. The Amanda Lindroth Collection offers home decor, tableware, and women’s accessories that reflect the designer’s breezy, tropical style. With an array of cane hurricanes and lanterns, wicker trays, seagrass-wrapped glassware, and block-print linens, this new boutique will help you add island flair to any space. [445 King St.,]


Anita Lucas, veteran retailer and the woman behind beloved Lowcountry boutique Beba Luxe, is back with a brand new concept: Charleston Silversmith. The new Archdale Street jewelry shop offers bespoke styles, designed by you. “It’s a design studio for those who want to create their own pieces,” says Lucas. [49 Archdale St.,]


If the idea of laying out at the beach on a brightly hued towel gets you excited, consider visiting Mungo. The new Spring Street boutique brings heirloom-quality woven goods to the Lowcountry by way of South Africa. With three stores established in Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Plettenberg Bay, Mungo’s Charleston location is the brand’s first retail venture in the United States. Mungo focuses on sustainability and transparency when creating their textiles: the shop features woven treasures such as linens, throws, scarves, and baby blankets. Plus, just in time for the opening of their Charleston outpost, Mungo released the Folly Beach Towel: a vibrant, contemporary take on the classic beach necessity. [121 Spring St.,]


Photographs (2) courtesy of Amanda Lindroth