On Wednesday, May 1st, Charleston's Naked Eyes Jewelry will launch their first fragrance line with a celebratory dinner at Miller Gallery on East Bay Street. The four-course menu and beverage pairings will be served by Justin Booher of Amor Healing Kitchen. A portion of ticket proceeds will also go towards the nonprofit.
Naked Eyes Jewelry is a locally-made jewelry line that started as a dream between artist Alex Klaes and event coordinator Emily Hill three years ago. The dream has developed into multi-collection jewelry line using sterling silver, brass and 14k gold that are all made by hand in the downtown Charleston studio. The pieces are modern, minimal and are all considered unisex. Outside of the collections, Naked Eyes works with brides and grooms to create custom engagement rings and wedding bands.
Included in the launch dinner ticket is a sample of each fragrance and 20% off of Naked Eyes’ entire collection. Miller Gallery has hosted Naked Eyes Jewelry since their opening and diners will be able to shop all things Miller Gallery as well. Guests are encouraged to wear as few scents as possible to be able to take in the entire experience.
Tickets are all-inclusive at $65. Each course will transport you to a different time, place or feeling conjured by the olfactory magic of our four scents. Limited tickets available. To learn more, visit www.shopnakedeyes.com.