Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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Dinner Daily: 5 ~ 10pm Bar: 5pm ~ 2am Host your special event in one of our Private Rooms We Offer Off-site Catering 82 Society Street Charleston, SC 843-577-1102 www.charlestonmuse.com 100 Wines by the Glass Late Night Weekend Menu Outdoor Dining Customized Wine Tastings Photo by Holger Obenaus Photo by Holger Obenaus MUSE Charleston's Little Secret on Society Restaurant & Wine Bar Restaurant & Wine Bar Charleston's Little Secret MUSE on Society 136 CS D brave when mixing styles. "If an outft makes you feel good, it will show on your face. You just light up when you feel unique," she says. "That's all that matters." Berrard says she is often inspired by her 7-year- old daughter, Brooklyn: "She'll come out wearing an outft I'd have never put together. I want her to be herself. She inspires me!" Berrard, her two children and her husband, Steven, are familiar faces around town as they own other local businesses, including Pivotal Fitness clubs in Summerville, West Ashley, Columbia and Greenville, and EcoFitness clubs in Mount Pleasant and downtown Char- leston. As an experienced en- trepreneur, Berrard knows how important it is to have expert staff. Most days the store is in the hands of Jeanne Everett, a Charleston fashion blogger who is currently studying fashion design at the Art Institute of Charleston; Alex Hogeboom, a native Charlestonian, a fashion lover and student at Trident Tech; and Amanda Gosnell, store manager and fellow creative. "My staff is amazing," Berrard says. "They're all so cre- ative and talented. When you come in the store, you're going to be in good hands!" In October, 7 Gypsy will expand to a larger space next door and add more than 300 square feet of gypsy goodness. Berrard is already deep into brainstorming what the new space will look like and is ex- cited to be able to have a hand in the smallest details of the aesthetic. The boutique carries designer lines such as KAS New York, a company known for bold prints and boho silhouettes with a slightly exotic feel; and

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