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SCENES of the South

If the end of Savannah Fashion Week left you feeling down and wanting more like the fans of Desperate Housewives or American Idol, then Villa Savannah’s Colour Pop Fashion Show was just the re-energizing shot of fashion fun you needed last weekend. Through swirling psychedelic lights, models strutted the runway in sizzling summer colors carrying colorful parasols while the packed house at SubZero Bar cheered them on. Savannah’s top hairstylists and makeup artists created stunning updos and dramatic looks to complement the chic summer styles. The show was produced and directed by Jordana Venetico, Villa Savannah’s Head Buyer. On hand for the festivities were Villa Savannah owner Dean Caldarelli and SubZero owners Dimitri Chami and Barbara Rose. An elegant assortment of Italian hors d’oeuvres was provided by Leoci’s Trattoria. Click here to see more photos from the event.




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South’s Top Ten

A list of the top ten events you can’t afford to miss for the upcoming week. Click event for details.

May 21-23
Season Opener: Savannah Sand Gnats vs. Charleston River Dogs

May 23
Military Appreciation Luncheon

May 24
Preservation Festival – Lecture by Evan Thompson

May 24
Beatles: Yellow Submarine at Trustees Theater

May 25
Bay Street Theatre Presents Rent

May 25
Anne Gates’ Art Exhibit/Opening Reception at The Butcher Gallery

May 25-27
Armed Forces Festival

May 25
Piccolo Spoleto Festival

May 26
“Colour Pop” Fashion Show by Villa Savannah

May 26
The Savannah Mile

May 25-27
Last Weekend to see Arts Center of Coastal Carolina’s production of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”


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SCENES of the South

Last week was a whirlwind of runway and trunk shows during Savannah Fashion Week. On Friday, 24e became a fusion of fashion and furniture during the Exposed Fashion Show featuring the collections of April Johnston, Peach Carr and Michael Drummond. The store’s artful décor added glamour and function to the cocktail reception catered by Leoci’s Trattoria and SubZero Bar on the main floor, while eclectic seating rimmed the H-shaped runway covering the entire second level. Exposed brick walls, raftered ceilings, and the macabre maidens’ slow and eery saunter fortified the theme of raw, underground beauty. So exposed was their look, in fact, that the models’ red roots were deliberately evident. Peach Carr’s sporty collection featured stilletto lace-up sneakers, white sunglasses and whimsical casts underscoring the sexy appeal of slightly damaged goods. On the darker side were Drummond and Johnston’s collections, conjuring images of the ethereal realm during a midnight stroll through Bonaventure Cemetery. The finale piece by Johnston was an exquisite creation featuring a black lace mantilla covering the face of the model who carried a bouquet of black roses, reminiscent of Morticia Addams on her wedding day. Click here to see photos of the event.


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