That’s right, Charleston!
I just heard that there will be a pop up shop coming to King St, of course.
Marc Jacob, himself, will attend the opening and ribbon cutting ceremony.
You can bet my big butt that I’m going to be there and steal pictures of all the hottest fashions I’m sure to see.
Speaking of hot fashions! It’s summer in the south and I can’t wait to see how much traffic the shop will see during it’s stay.
My prediction is that the shop will see enough fashion starved students and young professionals to consider placing a permanent shop here.
Charleston is a beautiful, southern city and the number 1 tourist destination for the second year in a row. The city is up-and-coming and quickly becoming a fashion capital in the southeast, but is it growing fast enough for Marc Jacobs? I firmly believe it is.
Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Billy Reid are a few luxury brands that have been successful transplants to Charleston. Meanwhile, RTW, Christian Michi and Magar Hatworks are not only successful high end Charleston-born brands but they are Charleston-exclusive labels.
Charleston, a sister city to Savannah has made their name in the fashion industry, especially in recent years passed. Whether we see a new Marc Jacobs store or not, events like Charleston Fashion Week and Dig South assure locals that there’s a wave of fashion, expansion and life headed straight for this city by the sea.