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Mosaic Florence

March 2, 2018

Welcome to Mosaic Florence! It was such an amazing (and lets be honest…a little stressful at times) journey designing this space from scratch but we are thrilled with the results and can’t wait to share them with you!

I wanted everything to be very white, bright and clean so the clothes could do the talking. It is amazing to see how much color pops against a white back drop. I have always wanted to use our look book photos in another way besides just on social media and the website. I picked several of my favorite shots from past shoots with Angela Zion and framed them above each rack in the store.


The building is over 100 years old and I wanted to keep some old aspects intact. There was a fire in the building many years ago and most of the exposed brick was not in great shape but we were able to keep 2 sections of it showing and framed them off with racks.


One of my favorite parts of the store are the dressing rooms. I wanted them to be large and spacious and a space that really feels comfortable for customers. I chose a geometric wallpapers in two different colors and I was ecstatic with how they turned out. They definitely scream, “sit and stay a while.”


Behind the checkout counter we have two commissioned art pieces done by one of my best friends Morgan Elvington Walker (Melvin G). We picked the color palette to compliment the store and she even designed the accessories on these girls after designs we have had in the store.


We just launched Mini Mosaic and have a small adorable section dedicated just to children’s clothing featuring designs by Zimmermann, Stella McCartney and Rylee and Cru.


All of my fabulous light fixtures came from Saleeby Jean Interiors in Greenville which is owned by one of my great college friends Dixie Dulin. I also got my wallpaper from her! I have some pretty talented friends 🙂


Next is the dramatic before and after pictures. It is hard to believe that the space ever looked like the top picture but it really was exhilarating getting to design my dream store from scratch.  I couldn’t have done it without the help of many many people! M3 Renovations handled all of my contractor needs and were fabulous.


If you are ever in town please stop by and see us!! We are located at 178 West Evans Street in Florence and also have another location at 113 West Main Street in Lake City.

Photos courtesy of Angela Zion Photography

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Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide

December 20, 2017

  1. Mara Hoffman Janet Sweater
  2. Megan Park Tie on Necklace in Jet/Lapis
  3. Kendra Scott Lyn Drop Earrings
  4. Lizzie Fortunato Crater Earrings
  5. Ulla Johnson Rhita Bag
  6. Kendra Scott Annora Lariat
  7. Megan Park Lulu Duo Earrings
  8. Kendra Scott Frank Earclimbers
  9. Saloni Tilly Dress
  10. By Malene Birger Stripette Scarf
  11. Lizzie Fortunato Cove Earrings
  12. Kendra Scott Tessa Earrings
  13. Lizzie Fortunato Hulla II Earrings
  14. Current Elliott Stiletto Jean
  15. Lizzie Fortunato Purple Parrot Earrings

If gifts are ordered by tomorrow 12/21 we can overnight them and have them anywhere in the US by Friday 12/22 (Buyer is responsible for shipping cost) Call 843-374-0377 for overnight inquires. For local customers we are glad to deliver to your door step!

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True Blue

June 8, 2017

  1. Tibi Savanna Crepe Sleeveless Top
  2. Mignonne Gavigan Mandarin Fish Necklace and Taylor Earrings
  3. Mara Hoffman Lace Up Mini Dress in Cobalt
  4. Rag and Bone Adira Sweater in Ultramarine
  5. Alexis Lucia Dress in Floral Embroidery
  6. Kendra Scott Tatiana Necklace in Turquoise
  7. BCBG Kaley Bell Sleeve Top
  8. Alexis Minika Dress in Blue Embroidery
  9. Tibi Off the Shoulder Top in Morning Blue
  10. Alexis Briley Dress
  11. Mara Hoffman Lace Up Mini Dress in Blue Multi
  12. Sachin and Babi Coconut Earrings in Light Blue
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NYC Day 3 & 4

September 28, 2016

Day 3 & 4 of market were full of awesome showroom appointments. We saw so many great things the first two days it was hard to think it could get any better….but it did! See some of our favorite appointments below!


We were so excited when we found out that Tucker was re-launching! Tucker always was a great seller and they had such amazing prints. This holds true for their Spring 2017 collection as well!


Next we headed to Self Portrait. This will be a new line for Mosaic and the pieces are like works of art. The detailing is unreal!


Self Portrait offered this cool off the shoulder neckline on many of their silhouettes.


Megan Park is always a delight to see and their Spring ’17 collection offers some great prints and beautiful embroidery!


A great caftan and jewelry at Megan Park!


Another new line coming to Mosaic is Saloni. Five words to remember about this line….Out of this world prints!


Fun iphone cases at By Malene Birger.


By Malene Birger offered many great pieces featuring this beautiful burnt orange color.


The last line we saw on Day 3 was another new line…Hemant & Nandita. More awesome prints and super wearable styles.


More Hemant & Nandita!


Day 4 started at Rag & Bone! It is always a pleasure being in their showroom!


Great bags at Rag and Bone and an awesome floral print in their Ready-to-wear.


Easy Rag & Bone Slide!


DVF no longer is showing at the Coterie so we saw the line in their amazing showroom in the meatpacking district.


Our last market appointment was at Dannijo!


It is always hard narrowing down our selection at Dannijo!

That’s a wrap on market and now we are off to write orders! We can’t wait for you all to see all of the amazing things coming to Mosaic for Spring 2017!!

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NYC Day 2

September 21, 2016

Day 2 was full of exciting showroom appointments! It included some of our favorites…Sea, Zimmermann and Ulla Johnson to name a few! See some of our favorites below!


We started our day at Oscar de la Renta, which is always a treat!


(left) Oscar’s tassel earring drawer is what dreams are made of! (right) We loved this gold and gunmetal group. Especially the microphone hand gloves…something very different for Oscar!


Next we headed to Sea NY and we are so excited at all of the easy and versatile pieces they had to offer in their Spring collection!


A couple of our favorites at Sea!


Zimmermann is always a highlight of every buying trip. They recently moved to a new showroom space and it was beautiful!


The showroom wasn’t the only beautiful thing at Zimmermann. The collection was romantic, feminine and refined.


Ulla Johnson has become one of our favorite designers across the board! We could dedicate a whole post to just her Spring collection but we narrowed it down to some of the highlights! These are some of the amazing looks from her runway presentation.


Ashleigh perusing Ulla’s collection!


Expect to see these beautiful Ulla bags at Mosaic in the Spring!


Some of our favorite shoes at Ulla….so wearable!


More Ulla shoes!


Amazing details at Jerome Dreyfuss!


We viewed Cynthia Rowley’s (a possible new designer coming to Mosaic) Spring collection and it featured some intricate fabrications and a lot of interesting texture through out!


The amazing color palette at Tibi!


Some of our favorite runway looks from Tibi!


Mara Hoffman’s new studio space!


A few of our favorite pieces from Mara’s Spring collection!


We finished the day off at Lizzie Fortunato which never disappoints!


Lizzie Fortunato offered some amazing clutches for Spring! We loved the vivid color palette!

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NYC Day 1

September 20, 2016

We started off day 1 of market at the Coterie and it was busy, busy, busy! We saw almost 16 different lines and our heads are still spinning at how beautiful Spring 2017 looks thus far. Below are some of the highlights from the day!


Sachin + Babi was breathtaking! They always have the most beautiful dressy pieces and the detailing is amazing!


Another gorgeous look from Sachin + Babi’s Spring presentation.


Great prints at Equipment!


Rachel Pally offered some fun prints in some oh so comfortable fabrics and silhouettes!


Some of the dazzling styles at Kendra Scott!


Rachel Zoe had some awesome statement pieces!


Line up at Alice + Olivia!


Loving this color palette at Rebecca Minkoff!


Rebecca Minkoff fun clutches!


It doesn’t get much more fun than this pom pom story at Rebecca Minkoff!


Color, color, color at M Missoni!


Some of our favorites at M Missoni!


Great print at Trina Turk!


Mignonne Gavigan Tassel Earrings. They come in an array of colors and are a great price point!


Pretty blues at Mignonne Gavigan!


BCBG was amazing and had so many wearable, versatile pieces!


More BCBG!


We saw so many great, wearable shoes! These are Joie!


(left) Strappy sandal by Joie (right) Fringe tie up sandal by Bernardo


Rachel Zoe’s shoe collection featured great pops of gold!

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Manus x Machina Exhibition

July 21, 2016

Last month I made a quick day trip to NYC to see several lines for Spring 2017. While I was there I was able to pay a quick visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see the Spring Costume Institute exhibition Manus x Machina. The exhibition explores how fashion designers have combined and are combining the handmade (manus) and the machine-made (machina) in creating haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. The exhibition showcases more than 170 ensembles dating from the early 20th century to the present.

The exhibition was incredible to see in person and I could have spent hours and hours looking at each ensemble. I took pictures of my favorites so I could share with you all even though these pictures don’t quite do these works of art justice. If anyone is in NYC you should definitely try and see it. It is on exhibition until September 5th. See some of my favorites below!



House of Chanel Autumn/Winter 2014-15



(left image) House of Chanel Autumn/Winter 2005-6 (right image) (left) Boué Soeurs 1928, (right) Both dresses Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2009


(left) House of Dior Autumn/Winter 2012-13, (middle two) Prada Autumn/Winter 2015-16, (right) Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2012


House of Dior Spring/Summer 2014


(both dresses) House of Dior Autumn/Winter 1949-50


(left image) House of Givenchy Autumn/Winter 2010-11 (right image) (left) Madame Gres 1968 (middle) Madame Gres 1950-55 (right) Iris van Herpen Spring/Summer 2010


(left) Iris can Herpen Autumn/Winter 2013-14 (right) Saint Laurent Autumn/Winter 1969-70


(left image) (left) Hussein Chalayan Spring/Summer 2017 (right) Paco Rabanne 1967 (right image) (left) Threeasfour Spring/Summer 2016 (right) Proenza Schouler Autumn/Winter 2013-14


(both garments) Gareth Pugh Autumn/winter 2015-16


(left image) (left) Commes des Garçons Spring/Summer 2014 (right) Commes des Garçons Spring/Summer 2015 (right image) (both garments) Noa Raviv 2014


(left image) (both garments) Alexander Mcqueen Autumn/Winter 2012-13 (right image) Iris van Herpen Spring/Summer 2015


(left) Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2012 (middle) Iris van Herpen Spring/Summer 2015 (right) Iris van Herpen Spring/Summer 2016


(left image) (left) House of Dior Autumn/Winter 2015-16 (right) Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2014-15 (right image) House of Chanel Spring/Summer 2014


(left Image) (left) Normal Norell 1965 (right) Normal Norell 1953 (right image) (left) Proenza Schouler Autumn/Winter 2015-16 (right) Iris van Herpen Autumn/Winter 2013-14


(left) Christopher Kane Spring/Summer 2014 (middle) House of Dior Spring/Summer 1952 (right) House of Dior Spring/Summer 1953


(left image) (both garments) Prada Autumn/Winter 2016-17 (right Image) House of Dior Spring/Summer 2015


(left image) (all garments) Mariano Fortuny 1920s, 1930s


Miyake Design Studio Spring/Summer 1994


(middle) Commes des Garçons Autumn/Winter 2015-16 (right) Pierre Cardin 1968


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Memorial Day Sale Favorites

May 29, 2016

bestofmemblog1. Isabel Marant Ètoile Trani Dress

2. Isabel Marant Ètoile Berbere Long Tassel Necklace

3. Ulla Johnson Paloma Handloom Tote

4. Bernardo Olivia Gladiator Sandal

5. Oscar de la Renta Ombre Tassel Earrings

6. Oscar de la Renta East West Grafton Clutch

7. Diane von Furstenburg Ophelia Gown

8. Lizzie Fortunato Tahitian Blossom Necklace

Shop our entire Memorial Day Sale Here!!

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Shop our Charleston Fashion Week 2016 Looks!

April 22, 2016


Look 1 (Left) – Zimmermann Halter Top and Floral Skirt, Mignonne Gavigan Watercolor Stripes Necklace

Look 2 (Center) – By Malene Birger Embellished Dress

Look 3 (Right) – Sea NY Snowflake Lace Top, Sea NY Linen Culottes



Look 4 (Left) – Zimmermann Mischief Stud Smock Dress

Look 5 (Center) – ALC Ombre Midi Dress

Look 6 (Right) – By Malene Birger Textured Top and Skirt, Mignonne Gavigan Georgeanna Necklace



Look 7 (Left) – Zimmermann Belle Top

Look 8 (Center) – By Malene Birger Sweater Dress, Mignonne Gavigan Necklace

Look 9 (Right) – By Malene Birger Dress and Jacket



Look 10 (Left) – Sachin and Babi Caftan

Look 11 (Center) – Zimmermann Belle Tank, Matison Stone Stone Vest, Zimmermann Lotte Pleated Skirt

Look 12 (Right) – ALC Mara Maxi, Mignonne Gavigan Le Charlot Pearl Necklace



Look 13 (Left) – Tibi Tie Jumpsuit

Look 14 (Center) – Tibi Eyelet Maxi and Bomber Jacket

Look 15 (Right) – Sea NY Embroidered Dress



Look 16 (Left) – Megan Park Floral Dress, Mignonne Gavigan Bow Necklace

Look 17 (Center) – Isabel Marant Etoile Saphir Dress

Look 18 (Right) – Zimmermann Halter Dress



Look 19 (Left) – Zimmermann Pleated Dress, Mignonne Gavigan Necklace

Look 20 (Right) – Sachin and Babi Tiered Gown