Architectural Digest Features Holy City

draytonhallArchitectural Digest, which I had never heard of until this moment, recently featured the Holy City in an article entitled "Where to Shop, Stay, and Dine in Charleston, South Carolina."

Many local hotspots and events are mentioned including: Spoleto, the upcoming Antiques Show, Charleston Place, Zero George, Restoration on King, Husk, The Grocery, The Macintosh, The Ordinary, Gibbes Museum of Art, Drayton Hall (left), Heirloom Book Co., Indigo & Cotton and more.

The article accurately describes Charleston from the start:

Coursed by palmetto-lined promenades and graced with some of America’s best-preserved historic architecture, Charleston, South Carolina, still bows to traditions—from Sunday suppers to sweet tea and pralines—while keeping up with the 21st century. The city is bursting with a cosmopolitan energy that is attracting once-strayed Southerners and a growing number of transplants who are shaking things up—in food, fashion, and design.

You can read the entire piece here.


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