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Hampden X Suno at #tscsummit

Apr 8 2015

by Cheri Leavy

We are always blown away by Stacy Smallwood when we are in Charleston for the spring Southern C Summit.  Last spring we enjoyed the kind of fashion show experience you might find in New York or Paris when she spotlighted Tibi at the Charleston Library Society.  This time the Hampden Clothing is showcasing a model presentation with eight models featuring Pre-fall and Fall looks from the Suno Collection at the shop on King Street.  And Summit attendees will get to meet and greet with Suno founder Max Osterweis and designer Erin Beatty.  Max’s girlfriend Kate Foley, celebrity stylist,  will be there as well with a violinist playing Michael Jackson and libations flowing.  I am going to stop spilling all the secret surprises.  Did I mention our fab blog hostesses for the night are Chassity Evans of Look, Linger, Love and Hanna Seabrook of Gadabout?  Oops, I keep sharing.  Shhh Cheri. 

One more detail, we also hop across the way to Croghan’s Jewel Box and they have fun things planned too!  If you aren’t coming to the Summit then you can follow along during the House Account party at #tscsummit. 

I am thinking I will have to don Suno for the big event at Hampden Clothing

… here are a few of my favorite finds.

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Eyelet Peplum Top

A-line cloqué top

Marker Batik Pleated Dress

Faux Tie Maxi Dress

  

     

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Cheri Leavy is a connector, cheerleader and marketing consultant for fellow entrepreneurs.
Building rapport and strengthening a sense of community:
• A community of female entrepreneurs through the The Southern Coterie and The Southern C Summit
• The faces and places of Athens that make our city so vibrant through guide2athens
• A community of devoted football fans through Bulldawg Illustrated
- Contributing editor to Coastal Illustrated, Executive Board Member of the UGA Alumni Association

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