Plus, a sporty collab between blogger Grace Atwood and activewear line Addison Bay
Local lifestyle blogger Grace Atwood models the “Delancey” dress from her 13-piece collection with activewear brand Addison Bay.
Local lifestyle blogger Grace Atwood, founder of The Stripe, has recently introduced a capsule collection with Philadelphia-based activewear brand Addison Bay. The collaboration features 13 pieces, including a striped “Grace” dress, a sleeveless ”Sullivan” dress, and ”Tradd” coordinating pants set, as well as Addison Bay’s signature crew neck and leggings—all in a coastal-inspired palette of green, orange, and navy. “It started with a love of their ‘Everyday Crewneck,‘ a sharply tailored pullover with gold zippers,” shares Atwood. “From there, I fell in love with the rest of the line pretty much immediately. Our collection is perfect for the woman on the go, whether she is jumping on an airplane or running around the playground.” Shoppers can find the polished essentials on the brand’s website. [addisonbay.com; thestripe.com]
Meet the Founders
Skin-care enthusiasts can meet the founders behind their favorite products at clean beauty emporium Wildcraft, which is launching its new event series this month. Get personalized advice from Supadra Geronimo with Siam Seas on May 6, Josh Rosebrook with his eponymous line on May 12, and Jenna Levine of locally based Linné Botanicals on June 24. Customers can sip mocktails while shopping at the free events. Check the website for times and look for Wildcraft to host another group of makers this fall. [38 Windermere Blvd., wildcraftcharleston.com]
Local soap purveyor, Old Whaling Co., which celebrated its 10th anniversary last year, has introduced a fragrance-free collection of its handmade soaps, bath bombs, and body butters cleverly named ”Knot Scented.” The line is designed for people with sensitive skin or those who prefer products without fragrance or color. Charleston artist Blakely Little designed the packaging, which features neutral-colored sailboats. [43 Broad St., 409 King St., & 188 Meeting St., oldwhalingcompany.com]