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The Buzz: November 2018

The Buzz: November 2018
November 2018

Celadon’s 24th anniversary celebration is free to attend, with complimentary beer and birthday cake for guests while they shop.

The Big 2-4

Twenty-four years ago, Celadon opened its doors in Mount Pleasant. Since then, the local home and lifestyle shop has become a Lowcountry mainstay, known for “keeping an eye on what’s trending while appreciating classic styles.” On November 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., visit the store for a day-long birthday celebration featuring eats from food trucks Semilla and Tres Palmas Açaí, tarot card readings, face painting, and live music, as well as pop-ups with local artists and makers such as Chambers Austelle, Hart Hagerty, and Flowershop. 1015 Johnnie Dodds Blvd., Mount Pleasant,

Making Scents

After pouring candles and peddling more than 100 exclusive fragrances in its Wentworth Street outpost for the last four years, Candlefish is moving—a few doors down, that is. Taking over the former Savannah Bee Company space at 270 King Street this month, the shop will offer a wider selection of merchandise (meaning even more heavenly scents to choose from) and an expanded calendar of BYOB candle-making workshops. 270 King St.,

European Glow

French beauty brand Guinot Institut of Paris has been a cosmetic industry pioneer for decades, but the opening of its Mount Pleasant shop this fall marks its very first stateside endeavor. Guinot offers a complete, highly regarded skin care line including body, face, and sun protection products (which are available in-store and also online), and the new brick-and-mortar location also features treatment rooms where clients can have ”medically inspired, aesthetician-centric” services in areas such as anti-aging, waxing, firming, cleansing, lifting, and relaxation. 1161 Oakland Market Rd., Mount Pleasant;

Fall Haul

Two local designers are debuting new lines this month, both promising gift-worthy accessories for the fashion-forward gal in your life. Hart Hagerty, known for her popular line of silk tassel earrings, introduces a new collection of tarnish-proof gold-plated statement necklaces ($98 each) adorned with heart pendants and vintage-inspired charms Charleston-based design studio Jahde Leather Atelier introduces two-tone fringe wristlets, an array of tote bags, and bold leather cuffs by Andrea Jahde. 68 Queen St.,


Photograph courtesy of Celadon