Welcome to TGP Tidbits where we round up the happenings and our musings of the design industry each week. This week we look at Dogwood Hill’s upcoming warehouse sale, Dovima Paris, and Mrs. Alice’s Lake Como collection. Written by Natalie Aldridge
Dogwood Hill Warehouse Sale
Don’t miss out on Dogwood Hill’s first-ever in-person WAREHOUSE SALE happening on April 24th & 25th from 9 am – 2 pm! Here at The Glam Pad, we have been ardent supporters and lovers of Dogwood Hill for many years. Founded by a busy mom of two Jennifer Hunt in 2014, Dogwood Hill creates semi-custom stationery and wedding paper for discerning clients with a taste for luxurious, artfully driven paper without the lengthy design time or high price point.
With a team of more than thirty artists, their work has a hand quality like no other. You can imagine the smiles on our faces when this announcement rolled across our feed.
Stop in to shop for wrapping paper, greeting cards, gift tags, art prints, invitations, milestone cards, and calendars all at 75% off.
Dogwood Hill is located is at 2100 River Chase Office Road, Suite 411, Hoover, AL 35244.
Make sure to mark your calendars and grab a friend! With Mother’s Day just around the corner, it is a perfect time to stock up.
Dovima Paris’ Grand Tour
Jane Pendry, founder of the timelessly chic clothing brand Dovima Paris, will be making a grand tour, popping up at select locales around the United States. Starting in New York April 26th, Pendry will then make her way to Chicago, New Orleans, Dallas, and Charlotte.
Founded in 2013, Pendry’s creative journey began with honing her keen eye for fashion at the iconic WWD in Paris and later at the prestigious Vogue in London, where she blossomed as a journalist and stylist. Her artistic flair then led her to spend seven years immersed in the world of home furnishings, designing for the renowned Laura Ashley, where she discovered the sheer joy of collaborating with skilled artisans and factories.
But Pendry’s true passion flourished when she stepped into the role of design and business director at fashion powerhouses such as Yves Saint Laurent and Givenchy, working alongside visionary designers like John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. Her creative expertise and strategic acumen propelled her to Ralph Lauren in New York, where she continued to make her mark in the industry, leaving a trail of innovation and inspiration in her wake.
Upon returning to Paris, Pendry was struck by the lack of clothing options that were both stylish and beautifully crafted with luxurious fabrics and vibrant colors. She yearned for garments that could seamlessly transition from day to night, with the ability to be dressed up or down effortlessly while still exuding an undeniable allure that went beyond fleeting fashion trends. Driven by this vision and her innate creativity, she decided to take matters into her own hands and set out to create a clothing brand that would fill this void in the market. Her clothing is chic, feminine, and wearable. Perfectly #verytgp!
Save the dates!
New York – Charlotte Moss, April 26th and 27th, 177 East 70th Street.
Chicago – by invitation only. May 2nd and 3rd, 1430 North Lake Shore Drive.
New Orleans – Leontine Linens, May 9th and 10th, 3806 Magazine Street.
Dallas – Canary, May 16th, 4609 W Lovers Lane.
Charlotte – Capitol, May 18th, 4010 Sharon Road.
Mrs. Alice Lake Como Collection
Just in time for summer entertaining, Mrs. Alice has released her Lake Como collection. This punchy collection pays homage to the Italian summers, taking inspiration from the grandeur of Passalacqua, the extraordinary hotel situated on the banks of the iconic Lake Como.
The collection draws inspiration from the tranquil beauty of Lake Como, capturing the essence of its breathtaking scenery, vibrant colors, and cultural richness. It reflects the allure and sophistication of the Italian summer, evoking a sense of luxury, elegance, and timeless style. Take a look!
The full collection can be shopped here.
Read our favorite articles of the week!
Artistic Prints Elevate This 18th-Century Greek Revival to New Heights written by Fiona McCarthy for Frederic Magazine.
Step Inside Atlanta’s Historic “Pink Palace” restored by owner and renowned designer Melanie Turner. Written by Stephen Wallis for Veranda Magazine.
This Manor House Apartment Will Make You Fall in Love with the French Countryside written by Diane Dorrans Saeks for Veranda Magazine.
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