Thursday, Hampden, an upscale boutique on King Street, considered by such fashion arbitrators as Vogue and Marie Claire to be among the top women’s clothing boutiques in the country, presented a fall fashion show.
The proceeds from the ticket sales were donated to the Lowcountry Food Bank. The Lowcountry Food Bank was founded in 1983. Their “mission is to feed the poor and hungry of the ten coastal counties of South Carolina by soliciting and distributing healthy food and grocery products to nonprofit agencies serving the poor, and to educate the public about the problems of and solutions to domestic hunger.”
The looks were feminine with an edge. There were a lot of shift dresses and flirty skirts. There were also interesting sweaters in fall colors. These were stunning outfits and accessories that could go directly from the runway to the office or a social function.
The runways looks were not directed to just 20 something fashionistas, but to fashionable women of any age.