Band of One

Matt Crowder crafts high-end, leather watch straps in a small Village nook

Rising Tide

Southern Tide’s new Greenville location brings the brand close to home

Street Seen

From Euphoria events to outdoor concerts, hit the town in boho chic

Midcentury Mavens

Shindig Furnishings and Kate DiNatale Vintage put a shine on the past

Drama Queen

Dress the part in gold garb and glamorous gowns

Rock the Boat

Father and son team Ralph and Matt Mitchell of Santee Boats construct sleek watercrafts

That’s Classic

Life is too short for a test drive

Business Casual

His classic white button-down is worth stealing

Raise Your Glasses

Take the glare off with specialty sun shades

Water’s Edge

Vintage glamour gives summer a seductive appeal

Bag Check

Pack in a snap with Mission Mercantile’s leather luggage

Winged Inspiration

Bug baubles fly into summer fashion

Secondhand stories

Not too long ago, the introduction of e-readers like the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc.’s Nook became a game-changer in the world of publishing. These devices ushered in speculation about the state of the printed book and its place in our increasingly digital world. And that consequently led to another question: what would ultimately happen to bookstores?

Wrist Action

By land or water, keeping time never looked better

On the Move

Fleet Feet Sports’ new location is a runner’s paradise