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Ivor’s Trunk positions itself for future
Ivor’s Trunk positions itself for future

At 65, Ivor Sheff, owner of the downtown Charleston niche boutique Ivor’s Trunk, is ready for retirement — but he has plans for his store to continue to serve Charleston, and maybe expand after he steps aside....

Re-Fashion Show outfits are a little trashy
Re-Fashion Show outfits are a little trashy

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Recyclers and upcyclers across the Mountain State are busy exercising their creative powers in anticipation of Recycling Coalition of West Virginia’s 12th annual Re-Fashion Show at 1 p.m. Saturday in Macy’s...

Family-owned clothing store in Charleston marks 80 years
Family-owned clothing store in Charleston marks 80 years

Kelley’s Mens Shop celebrates its 80th anniversary in style today, with cake, a trunk show and photo albums sharing images from the business’ past at its West Side location.

“It’s quite a feat to keep the store going ...

Seamstress weds denim and lace on clothes
Seamstress weds denim and lace on clothes

“The greatest gift my grandmother gave me was to teach me how to sew,” said wearable artist and domestic violence survivor Marie Grant, of Charleston.

Grant, 66, learned to sew when she was 6 years old, using buttons her father...

WV Style Team: Fall face trends
WV Style Team: Fall face trends

By Morgan Robinson

Staff writer

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The runways have spoken! From hints of metallic to glowing, radiant skin, the face of fall is no longer matte and muddy.

If you want to switch up your summer face to match...

Go team! Game-day fashions score big
Go team! Game-day fashions score big

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It’s football season at last, and bleachers are now trumping beaches as the best place to socialize on the weekend. For some fashionistas, it’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you look going to the ...

Fall into a new season of fashion
Fall into a new season of fashion

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer for most people. School is back in session, the pools have closed and soon enough we’ll begin to see leaves changing and feel the first brisk of cool air.

Along with...

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