By Suzanne Allen
Decorative Artist, focusing on interiors
Breakfast: glass of chocolate almond milk
Lunch: yogurt, fruit, local honey and wheat germ
Dinner: homemade ratatouille with local veggies, local sausages from Burbages, and local lettuces
Photographs by Megan Abigail Chandler
Charleston-based vintage curator, Lauren Lail, has an eye for all things fashionable. And apparently, all things interiors. Along with interior designer Angie Hranowsky, these two impeccable artists derived inspiration from a vintage Halston photo. Recreating an antique images by way of fashion and interiors, guests were invited into a live art show with a purpose. Style Syllabus is happy to showcase these photos in anticipation of our review of the event this upcoming week. We hope you enjoy the photos as much as we do.
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