Plus, a jewelry store pops up at Maris DeHart
Shoes on King has launched an e-commerce site, bringing its curated selection to your favorite device.
A Shoe In
You can now shop Shoes on King’s extensive selection of trendy sneakers, barely-there sandals, mules, loafers, and espadrilles, as well as handbags and gift cards from the comfort of your own home. The boutique’s redesigned website, which launched in late April after the retail store closed its doors to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, features footwear from designers such as Jeffrey Campbell, Sam Edelman, See by Chloé, and Vince. The easy-to-navigate site allows you to search by “New Arrivals,” “Currently Trending,” color, style, and heel height. This month, shoes are 50 percent off on the site. [335 King St., shoesonking.com]
Local boutique Maris DeHart has debuted a pop-up jewelry shop in the same builidng as its Vendue Range store. Shoppers will find gold earrings, stackable bracelets, and statement-making pieces from emerging designers and female-owned brands such as Electric Picks, Melinda Maria, Sofia Ramsay, Little Words Project, Anna Cate Collection, as well as local brand Wear It & Wander, which makes charm bracelets and rings. “We are always told by customers how much they love our unique collection of accessories so it only seemed right to extend into a new space focusing solely on jewelry,” says founder Alden DeHart Haviland, who opened the boutique in 2016. The stylish space features a bright hand-painted mural by Savannah-based artist Juliana Lupacchino, known as “JULU.” [32 Vendue Range, marisdehart.com]
Let There Be Light
Metalsmith Peyton Avrett—founder of Avrett furniture, lighting, and accessories—and interior designer Melissa Sutton have created Riloh, an e-commerce lighting company designed to “transcend conventional notions.” Next month, Riloh launches its second collection of sculptural designs that use integrated LED components to forego common bulbs and create a more modern aesthetic that blends form and function. It includes 11versatile fixtures with spun metal silhouettes and subtle contours such as shields and bowls—all highlighing the firm’s solid glass ”lightbulbs.” The lights are available in a variety of sizes, finishes, and color temperatures for home and commercial use. [riloh.com]