Hailing from Charleston with a long-standing store, the New York store plans to open a new Lowcountry store
A Charleston native who opened a clothing store in New York 45 years ago plans to launch a new store in the Lowcountry after hosting a trunk show.
Eliot RabinOwner of Peter Elliot Bluesaid he will open a new store in Freshfields Village Shopping Center between Kiawah and Seabrook Islands by next spring.
The retailer, with suits and casual wear, is never out of stock.
“We want you to be exclusive and not look like every Tom, Dick and Harry,” Rabin said.
Next week, he will showcase his menswear and womenswear specialty outerwear show trunk at The longevity cluba fitness center at 163 Rutledge Ave. in Charleston from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on November 3 and 4 and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on November 5.
The trunk lounge will be set up in the ground floor lobby at Rutledge Avenue and Doughty Street. A cloakroom will also be available for buyers.
Owner of the Longevity Club, Jennie Brooksmet with Rabin several times in New York and discussed the possibility of hosting a show at his fitness venue in Charleston, according to the club’s marketing director. Marie Racanelli.
Although the fitness club has held other retail events before, this is the first time for a company that will offer men’s clothing as well as women’s.
“We are delighted to have a male presence here so I know the male members of the club will like it,” Racanelli said.
The club has around 300 members split roughly evenly between women and men who will encounter the event by visiting the fitness site “whether they’re shopping for themselves or someone else”, a she declared.
Parking for the general public is located below the four-story fitness site and along the surrounding streets.
After opening the outpost between Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, Rabin also plans to keep his shop in New York.
A new children’s hair salon is coming to Mount Pleasant.
Pigtails and Crew Cuts plans to open in early November at 620 Long Point Road in Belle Hall Shopping Center.
Salon owner Philippe Zannella recently moved from Ohio and decided to start the franchise operation so he could become his own boss.
He started researching franchise operations and liked the Atlanta-based company.
“I fell in love with the business model, the bright colors and the fun atmosphere of the lounge and the kids’ dining concept,” he said. “I have two daughters, so I know how important it is to create a fun, upbeat and stress-free living room experience for kids.
The new location will feature vehicle-shaped chairs, bright colors and a variety of movies and video games for children and their parents to enjoy before, during and after the show’s services.
In addition to kids’ haircuts, the salon will offer braids, buns, shampoos, blow-drys, ear piercings, first haircut packages, a retail section of accessories and gifts for children. hair as well as child-friendly hair care products. Services are also available for parents.
The state’s busiest airport has signed a long-term agreement with a concession company.
Based in New Jersey Hudson recently announced that it has been awarded a 10-year contract extension through 2041 to service Charleston International Airport.
Hudson, a Dufry with over 1,000 stores at airports, transportation hubs and tourist destinations across North America, will introduce several new stores to the Lowcountry Terminal over the next 12 months.
Most notably, will be the inauguration of the company Chick-fil-A restaurant. It will be located at the corner of the central hall and accessible to travelers with a ticket and visitors without a ticket. Airport CEO Elliott Summer expects it to open next spring.
Newcomers will also be Evolve by Hudsona shop adapted to the local Charleston market, Hudson nonstopan automated shop for quick purchases and a standalone shop Sunglasses shack.
The new stores will join Hudson’s other offerings in CHS, including a combination Hudson/Dunkin’ and one Dunkin’ mobile cart.