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This shop features provincial French and Italian furniture and decorative items.
Interior Walls at Ann Long Fine Art, Charleston, American South - Courtesy Abigail Marie

Ann Long Fine Art

This treasured gallery shows classically trained painters focused on “slow art”—the school of artists who take their time creating their works. Ann Long is a well-respected gallerist and Charleston tastemaker who founded her gallery in 1997.

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Interiors at Ben Silver, Charleston, American South

Ben Silver

Located at the regal intersection of King and Queen Streets, this store celebrates southern preppy-ness.
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Interiors at Bull Street Gourmet & Market, Charleston, American South

Bull Street Gourmet & Market

This classic lunch spot has long been a favorite of Charlestonians, who adore the eatery’s simple breakfast and lunch fare of sandwiches and soups. After moving from their original location, Bull Street expanded and now includes a grocery and wine section.

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This large space located just off of King Street boasts an extensive offering of candles, along with home goods and accessories.
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Interiors at Christian Michi, Charleston, American South

Christian Michi

Fine women’s fashion fills the windows, but inside this eclectic shop, the assortment is so varied you’re as likely to walk about with an antique footstool as a full-length evening gown. The merchandise is charming and authentic.

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Fritz Porter

Located slightly off the beaten path in the historic Cigar Factory, this newcomer to the Charleston design scene is a must-visit for all aesthetes.
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George C. Birlant & Co.

Founded in 1922, this King Street mainstay features an impressive collection of antiques collected from prestigious estates across the country and the UK.
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This tiny shop sells cheeses, crackers, wines, olives and chocolate—a picnic's essentials. The friendly staff is very helpful in making suggestions.

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Interior View - Hampden Clothing, Charleston, American South

Hampden Clothing

This uber-cool shop proves that residents of South Carolina appreciate fashion-forward clothing and accessories just as much as those who live in New York or Los Angeles. The boutique carries fashion from such designers as Alexander Wang, Rag & Bone and Timo Weiland.

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Marion Square Farmer’s Market

Live music accompanies most shopping days, which include the expected produce and baked goods, but also crafts and art.
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This fine retailer carries the latest styles from designers such as Brunello Cucinelli, Lanvin and Dries Van Noten.

Sweetgrass Weaving

In the Charleston City Market and on the streets throughout town, sit women weaving and selling baskets made from dried sweetgrass. Their techniques were originally influenced by the West African traditions, brought to America by slaves.

Apparels at Worthwhile, Charleston, American South


This concept store sells quirky and cool gifts, home wares and clothing, and is a hit with all hipsters, be they local or visiting.

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