Style Watch: Raleigh Denim pop-up emporium during Vert & Vogue in Durham
October 15, 2015 - fall Denim
Theirs is a matrimony built on conform and a loyalty to selling locally. And this week, Durham’s Vert Vogue and Raleigh Denim applaud a fifth anniversary of their kinship with a Raleigh Denim pop-up emporium during their Vert Vogue Femme plcae in downtown Durham.
The partnership, that also recently distinguished a sale of 1,000 pairs of Raleigh Denim jeans, was a assembly of dual like-minded internal companies.
“We source all a products in a collection with an abiding concentration on healthy fibers, peculiarity construction, undying pattern and American-made production,” pronounced Ryan Hurley, co-founder of Vert Vogue. “Our friends during Raleigh Denim Workshop strike all these outlines and more.”
The boutique was a initial to lift Raleigh Denim’s Jones Organic Jeans, that were done from a initial stand of approved organic string grown in North Carolina. The string was afterwards woven into fabric in Greensboro, and done into jeans in a company’s Raleigh studio. That loyalty to locally-sourced, tolerable products resonated with Hurley and his team.
“(Raleigh Denim’s) supply sequence is a many tolerable we know of in a world,” he said. “We adore specialty brands like Raleigh Denim since they furnish domestically, expostulate immature solutions in a conform industry, and offer fresh, innovative designs that enthuse a clientele. We’re ardent about revelation their story and ancillary a expansion of their business.”
During a pop-up shop, that will be open Oct. 17-24, shoppers will be means to measure some of a brand’s latest styles for fall.
A full spate of case shows is on a calendar for this week:
▪ North Carolina engineer Anna Paige will revisit Kristen’s in Raleigh’s Cameron Village for a case uncover of her valuables on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served during a event. Call 984-202-5030 for some-more info.
▪ Liles Clothing Studio in a Lassiter during North Hills in Raleigh celebrates a 10th anniversary with a Catangia 1850 case show, Friday and Saturday. The code creates tailored menswear in Italy. Call 919-510-5556 to make an appointment.
▪ Main and Taylor in North Hills will horde a case uncover of new handbags from Hammitt, a Los Angeles-based accessories association specializing in on-trend oppulance bags, on Saturday. For some-more details, call 919-821-1556.
▪ Bailey’s Fine Jewelry in Cameron Village welcomes new pieces from famed engineer David Yurman for a case uncover on Saturday. Call 919-829-7337 for details.
▪ Dovecote boutique in Pittsboro’s Fearrington Village continues a tumble case uncover array with a double billing of knitwear from Crea Concept and valuables from Everyday Jewels on Saturday and Sunday. For some-more details, call 919-542-1145.
▪ The latest from Lela Rose will be in store during Vermillion in North Hills for a case uncover Oct. 21-23. Customers who place an sequence during a uncover will be entered in a sketch to win a $1000 present card. To make an appointment, call 919-787-9780.
▪ Dress engineer resale boutique hosts a case uncover of matter pieces from Belliza Knight Jewelry during their Ridgewood plcae Oct. 21-22. Call 919-699-6505 for some-more info.
Indio boutique in Durham’s Brightleaf Square kicks off a tumble seminar array taught by internal artisans and crafters with “Food for Your Skin” on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. Attendees will learn how to emanate their possess beauty and skincare products regulating healthy food ingredients. The price is $20 per person. To register, revisit indiodurham.com.
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