“There are few places left in the world you can visit as an outsider and be welcomed as if you were family. Sullivan’s Island is one of those special places where the magic and merit of “Southerness” is preserved. From culture, to history, to nature — the spirit of this island is unlike any other.”
Editorial Style Alert: I had the wonderful opportunity to style this photoshoot for South Magazine (a regional publication based in Savannah, GA) which was inspired by the essence of the coastal South, co-mingling its culture, history, and nature. The bespoke cottages, untouched from modern remodels, set the tone for the Charleston summers of the old South. Nestled in the heart of the island is the Gold Bug Tree, a landmark known by locals that entangles the mystical fairy tales and the surreptitious secrets of Sullivan’s Island – a beauty like no other.
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Wardrobe stylist: Alexandra Munzel // Photographer: Caroline Knopf // Prop Stylist: Maria Jenkins // Make-up Artist: Elina Mille // Hair Stylist: Katie Shayda // Retouching & Production: The Space Charleston / Mark Stetler // Models: Haylee Michalski (Directions USA) Lachelle (Select Model Management) // Props: Terrace Oaks Antiques // Wardrobe: Hampden