Plus 120% Lino brings Italian elegance to King Street
The new Meyer Vogl Gallery is the first art gallery on Daniel Island.
Meyer Vogl Gallery has expanded its contemporary art portfolio, opening a second location on Daniel Island. Owners Laurie Meyer and Marissa Vogl, along with director Katie Geer, will display works by the same roster of nearly 20 painters and sculptors as the downtown space, including Anne Darby Parker, Susan Altman, and Nancy Hoerter. Geer says they plan to host artist talks and other cultural events at the new location, the first art gallery on Daniel Island. “We already feel like the gallery is a part of the community, and we‘re looking forward to becoming even more embedded by offering our space as a place to gather and soak up art—be it visual, musical, theatrical, or literary.” This month, Meyer Vogl is hosting its second annual works onpaper exhibit, ”Good on Paper,” at both sites. [250 River Landing Dr., meyervogl.com]
Italian fashion line 120% Lino is entering the Charleston market with a storefront on King Street. Known for its timeless silhouettes and organic linen fabrics, the brand is well-suited for warm-weather locales. Shoppers will find men’s and women’s wear, including breezy floral shirt dresses, ruffled skirts, rompers, cropped pants, and pleated shorts, with styles featuring embroidered, scalloped, and macrame details. [216 King St., 120percento.com]
THE EYES HAVE IT
Put the spotlight on your eyes with new cream eyeshadows introduced earlier this year by local clean-beauty company RMS. Formulated to be crease-proof, “Eyelights” come in six metallic shades, including ”spark,” “sunbeam,” and “halo.” In keeping with the brand’s sustainable philosophy, the 100-percent recyclable packaging tube comes with a reusable key, allowing customers to get the most out of the product. [rmsbeauty.com]
A GOOD MOOD
Woodhouse Day Spa has debuted a new “mood menu” to help clients find the right treatment. Choose from massages, facials, nails, waxing, and other services designed to help improve your mental and physical wellbeing. Looking for balance? Try a ”calming retreat massage,” ”holistic body detox,” or “meditative mood soak.” [725 Johnnie Dodds Blvd., Mount Pleasant, & 10 WestEdge, woodhousecharleston.com]