South’s Seven-Year Anniversary Party was a Smash!

Savannah’s who’s-who stepped out in style on Saturday for South magazine’s Seventh Anniversary party at Savannah Station. Gangsters, flappers, art deco beauties and other Golden Age Twenties rascals came out to celebrate seven years with the South crew. Community leaders and business owners mingled with local artists and wedding industry professionals throughout the evening, which was emceed by Michael Jordan. Savannah Arts Academy dancers did the Charleston to the tunes of the Academy’s Skyelite jazz band, which had guests tapping their toes all night. Old Savannah Tours’ Johnny Mercer made an appearance, and dancers from Salon de Baile also entertained attendees with several performances featuring a variety of dances.

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Blog: What Dreams May Come….

When you think of the rapid rise of technology, war inundating the news and the youth of the nation trying to find new means of expression through fashion and art, you would think I was describing present day America.  Although it does describe our current situation, I am referring to France in the 1920’s, more specifically Paris.  Culturally referred to as the “Roaring 20’s”, this era was recovering from a world war, experiencing massive technological advances and a youth bourgeoning with creativity.

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