I Spy TSC Summit Alums: April 2018

Apr 1 2018

by Dominique Paye

Look which Southern C Summit alums we spied connecting, collaborating and creating this month!

Alums We Spied in Digital and Print Media

  1. Art from Elaine Burge featured across eight pages in The Bluff Magazine (photo: Elaine Burge Instagram)
  2. A pillow from Lacefield Designs in HGTV Magazine (photo: Lacefield Designs Instagram)
  3. Jewelry from Elva Fields in Essence magazine (photo: Elva Fields Instagram)
  4. Hampden Clothing featured in Who What Wear as “This is Where Southern Fashion Girls Shop” (photo: Allyson Payer)
  5. ZAGS® UPF50+ sunwraps featured in Southern Living (photo: Zags®)
  6. Grey Ghost Bakery winning a Silver Sofi Award for their “Molasses Spice” cookies AND Callie’s Charleston Biscuits winning a bronze Sofi award for  “Carrie’s Black Pepper Bacon Biscuits” from the Specialty Food Association (photo: Grey Owl Social and Mary Beth Creates for The Summit)
  7. Molly Lloyd of Mimi and Muff on the Keep Yo Side Hustle blog (photo: Kelli Boyd Photography / Lavin Label)
  8. Vera Stewart‘s Carrot Cake recipe, as shared with Community table, included in Relish magazine (photo: LBH & Co. PR Instagram)
  9. A photo by Gray Malin on the cover of Santa Barbara Magazine (photo: Gray Malin Instagram)
  10. Sea Island Forge‘s Signature Fire Kettle featured in Covey Rise Magazine (photo: Sea Island Forge Instagram)
  11. Two alums products named “Best of 2018 Masters merchandise” by Golf Week magazine:
    1. Kat McCall Papers botanical painting collaboration with Augusta National (photo: Golfweek/Geoff Shackelford)
    2. cat studios Masters-themed cups, napkins and prints (photo: Golfweek/Geoff Shackelford)
  12. Mitchell Black‘s wallpaper design “Heart Breaker” in Black Moss featured in Better Homes & Gardens magazine (photo: Marty Baldwin for Better Homes & Gardens)
  13. Elizabeth Mayhew writing about the history of the Greek key design in the Washington Post (design by Joe Nye; photo from Elizabeth Mayhew’s Instagram account)
  14. Molly Fienning of Babiators and Chassity Evans of the Look Linger Love blog in the new Tuckernuck catalog (photos: Tuckernuck website)
  15. Jovan Sage of The Farmer & The Larder in the Food Network magazine (photo: Grey Owl Social for The Southern C Summit)
  16. Betsy Berry of B.Berry Interiors design for Cannon St. featured on Design Sponge (photo: Katie Charlotte Photography)
  17. Products from two alums receiving a “Best Natural Beauty products of 2018” award from Glamour Magazine
    1. One Love Organics Gardenia + Tea lotion named “Best Body Moisturizer” (photo: Kelli Boyd for The Southern C Retreat)
    2. RMS Beauty’s Champagne Rosé Luminizer named “Best Highlighter”
    3. RMS Beauty‘s Wild With Desire Lipstick Collection named “Best Lip Color” (photo: RMS Beauty website)

 

Alums We Spied Collaborating

  1. BURU popping up at Candy Shop Vintage in Charleston
  2. Fontaine Maury and Jekyll Island‘s Georgia Sea Turtle Center collaborating on branding (photo: Fontaine Maury Instagram)
  3. Mandy Rye of Waiting on Martha Home hosting the launch of fellow alum Erika Preval‘s Junior League of Atlanta sustainer group (photo: Erika Preval Instagram)
  4. The Local Palate and Vera Stewart sharing a menu for the Masters from the “VeryVera Cookbook” (photo: Peter Frank Edwards)
  5. Southern Baked Pie Co.’s buttermilk pie featured on the Laura Trevey blog (photo: Abby Breaux Photography)
  6. One Love Organics, RMS Beauty and Lavin Label collaborating on a green beauty event in St. Simons Island, Georgia (photos: Tamara Gibson Photography and @vickyknows)
  7. BMA At Home hosting a pop-up for fellow alums Elva Fields and Hampden Clothing in Athens, Georgia (photo: Cheri Leavy Instagram)

 

 

Are you an alum who’s been featured in digital or print media OR have you collaborated with another alum? Let us know by emailing thesouthernc@gmail.com!

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Dominique Paye View More Blog Posts from this Author

Dominique Paye is a marketing strategist and project manager. Since graduating from Washington & Lee University, she has managed projects across a variety of industries--from graphic design to interior design, real estate to government agencies--in D.C., California, Texas and Georgia.
Now located in Virginia, she works with creative entrepreneurs to market their businesses through social media and specialized content creation.
You can reach her at www.dominiquepaye.com.

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