I Spy TSC Summit Alums: October 2018

Oct 29 2018

by Christen Leggett

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

Alums We Spied in Digital and Print Media

The Southern Coterie: Summit Alums we Spied in October 2018 - The Summit on the LCB Style blog

 

 

  1. The Summit on the LCB Style blog
  2. Art by Melissa Payne Baker in the November issue of House Beautiful magazine and in the House Beautiful Whole Home Project (photo: Victoria Pearson Photographer)
  3. Blackberry Patch named runner-up in the Food category of Garden & Gun‘s 2018 Made in the South Awards (photo: Jen Causey)
  4. Blackwell Botanicals named runner-up in the Crafts category of Garden & Gun‘s 2018 Made in the South Awards (photo: Jen Causey)
  5. Croghan’s Jewel Box featured in the New York Times article “Shopping the New South” (photo: Hunter McRae Photography)
  6. Dear Keaton‘s Aztec Wool Shag Pillow featured in the October issue of Real Simple magazine AND
  7. Dear Keaton in Family Circle magazine’s “Thanksgiving Survival Guide” (photo: @dominomediagroup Instagram) AND
  8. Dear Keaton‘s half moon brass picture frame in the October issue of Redbook magazine
  9. Fritz Porter featured in the New York Times article “Shopping the New South” (photo: Hunter McRae Photography)
  10. Grey Ghost Bakery included as one of Women Owned’s featured small businesses (photo: Kelli Boyd Photography)
  11. Stacy Smallwood of Hampden Clothing (and her closet) featured in The Washington Post (and written by fellow alum and 2019 Summit presenter Elizabeth Mayhew) (photo: Terrence Edwards)
  12. High Wire Distilling Co. named Overall Winner of Garden & Gun‘s 2018 Made in the South Awards (photo: Jen Causey)
  13. House of Harper on the Fall + Holiday 2018 cover of Houston Hotel magazine (photo: Cody Bess)
  14. Leah Poole of Liberty County Chamber of Commerce/ Convention & Visitors Bureau chosen as one of the Top 40 Under 40 by Georgia Trend magazine for 2018
  15. The Bahamas home of Chassity Evans of the Look Linger Love blog featured in the October 2018 issue of Coastal Living magazine (photo: Annie Schlecter)
  16. Proper Pepper in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  17. Raven’s Original pumpkin bread recipe on the Taste of the South magazine IG feed (photo: fellow alum Danielle Wecksler of Plateful Solutions)
  18. Sapelo Skin Care featured in StyleBlueprint as a “Skin Care Brand Changing the Face of the South”
  19. Sea Island Forge is Garden and Gun‘s Artist in Residence at Palmetto Bluff October 22-27 (photo: Kelli Boyd Photography)
  20. Waiting on Martha‘s recipe for cast iron jambalaya nachos featured in Southern Cast Iron magazine (photo: Rustic White Interiors)

 

Alums We Spied Collaborating

The Southern Coterie: Summit Alums we Spied in October 2018 - Cheri and Whitney on VeryVera show

 

 

  1. Our co-founders, Cheri Leavy and Whitney Wise Long, on the VeryVera Show
  2. Dress for Cocktails popping up at Emily McCarthy Shoppe
  3. Heery’sTheodosia Jewelry and VeryVera collaborating on a trunk show
  4. Lavin Label‘s Savannah travel guide on the Draper James blog (photo: Tamara Gibson Photography)
  5. Monica Lavin featuring lots of fellow alums on her bar cart blog post for Sea Island‘s “How to Be a Southerner” workshop at Southern Grown Festival, including Garden & Gun (books), Vietri (vase) and Richland Rum (photo: Tamara Gibson Photography)
  6. Lizzie Fortunato Jewels popping up at Poole Shop in Charlotte
  7. Mallards Nest and Emily McCarthy trunk shows with fellow alums ADAC, Pure Balance Pilates, and The Vine
  8. mb greene on the VeryVera Show
  9. Ansley Pridgen guest curating on the website of Well + Wonder
  10. Southern Soul BBQ, Amy Mills and Sea Island Forge collaborating in Firebox for charity
  11. Libbie Summers on the VeryVera Show
  12. The Vine pop up at Hawthorne House with Lisa Ellis
  13. Angie Avard Turner speaking at the AmericasMart panel “A Legal Crash Course for Creatives: What You Need to Know to Run and Protect Your Business”
  14. Katelyn Whelan of the Whelan Girls, Mary Frances Flowers and Sapelo Skin Care popping up shop in Atlanta (and coordinated by fellow alum Elizabeth Cook and Sarah Slaughter of Domino Media Group)
  15. Amanda Wilbanks of Southern Baked Pie book signings at Draper James (photo: Abby Breaux)

 

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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