Charleston

One-of-a-kind boutiques make up an important part of the contemporary Charleston shopping experience. Long-established Christian Michi anchors the corner of Market and King; its window displays are like works of art, and its innovative and European designs are treasured by well-heeled, sophisticated clients. Some department stores cater to younger shoppers, and high-end shops sell either their own designer fashions, or carry names that are found in Paris, New York, and South Beach, like Kate Spade in the Shops at Belmond Charleston Place.

The number and quality of shoe stores on King Street is surprising for the city's size. Family-owned shops like Berlin's are city institutions. Newer shops like Sugar Snap Pea are popular with families.

The Upper King District is interspersed with clothing boutiques and restaurants. The revival of this neighborhood has sparked a new wave of home-fashion stores; long-term antiques hunters, accustomed to buying on Lower King, have been lured uptown as well. Charleston has more than 25 fine-art galleries, making it one of the top art towns in America. Local Lowcountry art, which includes both traditional landscapes of the region as well as more contemporary takes, is among the most prevalent styles here. Such innovative artists as Betty Anglin Smith and Fred Jamar, a Belgian known for his whimsical nighttime cityscapes, can give you a piece of Charleston to keep close until your next visit. Collectors will find nationally and internationally renowned work in such exquisite galleries as Ann Long Fine Art and the more contemporary Martin Gallery.

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  • 1. Bachelor Hill Antiques

    Antiques/Collectibles

    David Evans displays an eclectic mix of fine furnishings, antiques, art, and '50s finds in inspiring roomlike tableaux. Designers nationwide...Read More

  • 2. Choice Collectibles

    Antiques/Collectibles

    On the site of the former Ritz Theater, Choice Collectibles is as retro as the sign for the theater's box office displayed over the cash register...Read More

  • 3. George C. Birlant and Co.

    Lower King | Antiques/Collectibles

    You'll find mostly 18th- and 19th-century English antiques here, but keep your eye out for a Charleston Battery bench (seen at White Point Garden...Read More

  • 4. Jacques' Antiques

    Lower King | Antiques/Collectibles

    As the name suggests, most of the antiques here are imported from France, and the rest are either European or English from the 17th to the 20th...Read More

  • 5. Page's Thieves Market

    Antiques/Collectibles

    Specializing in furniture—especially tables, desks, and chests—this antiques market frequently hosts auctions on weekends. There's also plenty...Read More

  • 6. Carlton Dailey

    Lower King | Antiques/Collectibles

    Carleton Dailey has kept clients coming back with upscale antiques at affordable prices. For more than a dozen years, this shop has been importing...Read More

  • 7. Hungryneck Mall

    Antiques/Collectibles

    In Mount Pleasant, Hungryneck Mall has more than 60 antiques dealers hawking sterling silver, oak, and mahogany furnishings, rugs, keepsakes...Read More

  • 8. Livingston Antiques

    West Ashley | Antiques/Collectibles

    This shop deals in 18th- and 19th-century English and Continental furnishings, clocks, and bric-a-brac. It's in a suburb south of the city,...Read More

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