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ust ask anyone—not that you need telling—the South’s got it going on. In a celebration of all things Southern,

Warehouse Row is hosting Crafted by Southern Hands, an event and workshop series highlighting some of the best local and regional artisans and their Dixie-inspired crafts.

With distinctive programming that features sublime food, spirits, art, style, music and more, we’ve invited top talent to join us for the ultimate Southern celebration.

To learn more, visit craftedbysouthernhands.com

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'CUED COUTURE: HANDMADE + HOMECOOKED

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n a beautiful marriage between Southern

Chattanooga July 25 through August 29.

homemade smoky goodness will be served

food and homegrown fashion, world-

The opening reception on July 25 will honor

in the Motor Court between the two historic

renowned designer Natalie Chanin’s hand-

Chanin’s rare, hickory-smoked collection

brick buildings.

sewn dresses were pit-smoked at Jim ‘N

of organic, hand-embroidered wedding

Nicks Bar-B-Q for the fifteenth-annual

dresses.

Additional celebratory events include an

Southern Foodways Alliance Symposium

Alabama Chanin Basics trunk show hosted

in Oxford, Mississippi titled, “Barbecue: An

Guests in attendance will be treated to

by Warehouse Row’s Amanda Pinson

Exploration of Pitmasters, Places, Smoke

a proper celebration featuring libations

Jewelry on Friday and Saturday, July 26

and Sauce.” Starting this month, the pieces

including Back Forty Beer Co., a signature

and 27 and a one-day sewing workshop on

are displayed exclusively for a second time

Jacky Rudy cocktail with Chattanooga

Saturday, July 27, under the guidance of

at Warehouse Row.

Whiskey and the food that inspired it all—

Natalie Chanin herself.

Jim ‘N Nicks Bar-B-Q, famous for lowThis chapter in the event series Crafted

temperature, slow-cooked barbecue and

by Southern Hands brings Chanin and

top-to-bottom, made-from-scratch cuisine.

her Alabama Chanin design team to

Voted

best-in-the-business

by

For more, visit alabamachanin.com.

many,

Rare, hand-embroidered organic wedding dresses hickory-smoked by Jim ‘N Nicks Bar-B-Q

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After a series of tornados smashed Micah Whitson’s home state of Alabama, he and his wife Marianna began to craft letterpress posters as love notes to their Southern roots. Their business, the Old Try, grew out of this work.

OLD TRY + THE OPEN PRESS: CHATTANOOGA’S PRINT & BOOK ART CO-OP

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ark your calendars Friday, August 30

like Bourbon & Boots. Specializing in

Reception attendees will enjoy local bites

for an evening dedicated to the vintage

letterpress posters, Old Try creates hand

and brew, and will have the opportunity

art of print making with an exhibition,

pressed prints using vintage machines

to participate in the printing process of a

opening reception and workshop featuring

with moveable type and 100-year old wood

limited-edition poster created by Old Try

the Old Try and Chattanooga’s The Open

blocks.

exclusively for the event utilizing vintage

Press.

machinery provided by The Open Press. The Open Press is a fledgling letterpress,

The Old Try, a duo of nostalgic Southerners-

print making, and book arts co-op based in

For more information about these fine

turned-Bostonians, will clothes-hang their

Chattanooga. Sparked by a 2012 MakeWork

Southern craftsmen, visit theoldtry.com

iconic, Dixie-themed work at Warehouse

grant and the generosity of the University

and theopenpress.org. Opening reception

Row in an exhibition that will aim to

of Tennessee at Chattanooga, founding

is August 30th, with exhibition on display

“connect a person to home,” no matter

members Matt Greenwell and Paul Rustand

through October 5th.

where home might be.

Over the years,

have worked together to assemble print

the husband-and-wife team has cultivated

making and letterpress equipment from

impressive collaborations with the likes

private individuals and public institutions.

of Garden & Gun magazine and shops

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BRUSH-ART MEETS BOW-TIE AT CRAFTED BY SOUTHERN HANDS KICKOFF

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arehouse Row’s event series, Crafted

Billy Reid is a fashion designer whose self-

by

off

described “low-fi Southern-bred luxury”

with an evening of both art and fashion,

has earned him GQ and the Council of

featuring the opening of an exhibition from

Fashion Designers of America’s “Best

Mississippi-born painter, Bradley Gordon

New Designer in America Award” and

and Pop Up Shop from award-winning

the “CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award.”

American designer, Billy Reid. Guests

Reid is known for classic-style, high-

sipped on libations from Chattanooga

quality clothing with unusual accents.

Whiskey, enjoyed snacks from Public

Designing men’s, women’s and accessories

House, and tapped their toes to the music

collections, Reid works out of his flagship

of Slim Pickins Bluegrass.

shop and studio in Florence, Alabama.

Bradley Gordon is known for his vibrant

Learn more at bradleysgordon.com and

interpretations of Southern wildlife. His

billyreid.com.

Southern

Hands,

kicked

work has received high acclaim, including a recent feature in Garden & Gun.

Billy Reid shows off his great Alabama style at the June Crafted by Southern Hands event.

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JOE YORK’S PRIDE & JOY An outdoor screening in the Motor Court sponsored by Warehouse Row and Tupelo Honey CafÊ to benefit the Southern Foodways Alliance.

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ride & Joy premiered in 2012 and has been on tour across the south. It is our great privilege to bring this film to

Warehouse Row in October. In Pride & Joy, filmmaker Joe York visits dozens of men and women who dedicate their lives to growing, catching, cooking, serving or studying food and drink in the South.

BILLY REID POP UP SHOP

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he All-American fashion designer and diehard football fan, Billy Reid, will return to Warehouse Row on October 4 with

a Pop Up Shop the weekend of the Baylor / McCallie game, a Chattanooga tradition since 1908.

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Still shot from Pride & Joy, a film by Joe York.

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OUT & ABOUT

Man-about-town George Krauth dishes on the fashions, flavors, designs and décor he discovers as he travels the globe tracking trends as VP of Creative & Marketing for Jamestown, owner of Warehouse Row.

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s summer settles in and my travel schedule heats up, I’m pleasantly reminded of how a bit of warm weather brings out the best in many

American towns. With recent visits to creative communities such as San Luis Obispo, CA, a place that has quite impressively been deemed the happiest and friendliest city in the country, and Chattanooga, TN, Outside Magazine’s Best Town Ever, and home to where I learned to row, I’ve found energizing recreation at every turn. Even big cities are going back to nature. Ponce City Market in Atlanta, GA is creating organic rooftop gardens, outdoor amusements and serving as a link to dynamic neighborhoods with the new BeltLine, a network of public parks, multi-use trails and transit. When I’m not feeling like a rugged, outdoor excursion this summer (which, let’s face it, is often) I can only hope to be found in Charleston, SC, drink in hand, poolside at the new premier swim and social center, Mixson Bath & Racquet Club. What’s my next adventure? I just signed up for sailing lessons to begin this fall on the Hudson River in NYC, near my home office at Jamestown’s Chelsea Market. For more information, visit JamestownLP.com.

Amanda Pinson Jewelry 423.209.2828 amandapinsonjewelry.com

Revival 423.265.2656 revivalhome.com

Crave Cafe 423.531.1060 cravechattanooga.com

Rhinoceros 423.634.8045 facebook.com /rhinochattanooga

The Cosmetic Market 423.779.1377 thecosmeticmarket.com Ellie’s Fine Lingerie 423.531.3054 ellieslingerie.com Embellish 423.752.Shoe embellishshoes.com Gallery 1401 423.265.0015 gallery1401.com Homespun Parties + Events 423.596.8374 homespunparties.com Kayce Hughes 423.386.5225 kaycehughes.com Level 10 423.634.2042 level10salonchattanooga.com Lines Orchids 423.847.5651 linesorchids.com Petunia’s Silver Jalapeño 423.756.6010 petuniassilverjalapeno.com Pilates Chattanooga 423.493.0775 pilateschattanooga.com

Shadowbox Paperie 423.266.4877 facebook.com /shadowboxpaperie Southern Burger Company 423.413.1533 southernburgerco.com Yoga Landing 423.531.6977 yogalanding.net Yves Delorme 423.265.4005 yvesdelorme.com Warehouse Row Retail Leasing: Kristen Morris 404.835.8209 kmorris@ jamestownlp.com Office Leasing: John Healy 423.266.5587 john.healy@svn.com Space: Jennifer Mingola 423.267.1127 jmingola@jamestownlp.com

Public House 423.266.3366 publichousechattanooga.com

Mixson Bath & Racquet Club, Charleston, South Carolina

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Warehouse Row 1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402

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UNCOMMON OFFICE

UNCOMMON FOOD

Let the natural light, high ceilings and strong bones of this stunning

Grab lunch to go at our Mercantile food market, or sit down for

building inspire your next business deal.

supper at Nathan Lindley’s Public House Restaurant and The Social.

UNCOMMON STYLE & FASHION

UNCOMMON SERVICES & SPECIALTY GOODS

You’ll find uncommonly good shoes, lingerie, women’s wear, cosmetics,

From hair and floral design to paper goods and Pilates, Warehouse

jewelry, fine linens and beautiful home décor at Warehouse Row.

Row offers some of Chattanooga’s best services and specialty goods.


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