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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston ( www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great: Ball and Buck Case Knives Tiny Toothpick Turquoise. “This handy and seriously strong pocket knife is also stunningly sleek and gorgeous.” $295; www.ballandbuck.com/products/case-knives-tiny-toothpick-turquoise.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Ledbury Free Union Belt. “This classic tobacco leather belt has the quick-release mechanism that was first used by England's National Fire Service in the 19th Century. These Richmond, Va.-based designers are super talented and charming to boot.” $165; www.ledbury.com.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Two Feet Ahead Socks.“Since 1935, these socks have been made by the same family in Atlanta. You can't beat a great sock. It seriously makes your day better.” $8.50; www.gardenandgunstore.com.
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    Brennan Wesley - www.gardenandgunstore.com
    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Classic Wool Shooting Sweater. “This washable suede-patched sweater is a true classic. Each piece is knitted on a hand-frame and destined to be passed down to the next generation.” $78; www.gardenandgunstore.com.
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    Brennan Wesley - www.gardenandgunstore.com
    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Moore and Giles Shot Bag. “This is the perfect shot bag, but would work beautifully off season as a tote for cufflinks or a watch.” $65; www.gardenandgunstore.com.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Leica Geovid 15x56 HD Meters Binoculars. “If you’re shelling out $20,000 to go on a hunt where long shots are the only kind you’ll take, Leica’s precision binoculars are worth the investment, especially since they read distances in less than two seconds.” $3,300; www.leicacamerausa.com.
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    The current issue of Garden & Gun magazine. The award-winning Charleston, S.C.-based magazine has more than 300,000 subscribers from all 50 states who love to read about the best the South has to offer in sporting culture, food, music, art, fashion and travel. The magazine will come to life at its first Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 at historic state park Charles Towne Landing in Charleston. “It’s going to be an expression of the magazine,” says Garden & Gun’s vice president Jessica Hundhausen Derrick “All the people, products and personalities you read about will be in one place doing things and interacting with guests.” Tickets range from $85 for a one-day pass to $400 for a dinner hosted by acclaimed designer Billy Reid featuring cocktails in a tent filled with antiques handpicked by design guru Mike Sage, a performance by Country and Western legend Junior Brown and a special dinner prepared by chef Mike Latta. (Details: www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee.)
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    - www.gardenandgunstore.com
    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Brass Bottle Opener: “In the field you have to be ready for unexpected weather, of course, but more fun to be prepared for an unexpected cocktail party...my kind of hunt!” $80; www.gardenandgunstore.com/shop-all/bar-block.html.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Bar block: “You've got to be ready for anything in the field.” $35; www.gardenandgunstore.com.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Ball & Buck plaid shirt. “Built with a true commitment to style and function. Available in this classic blue plaid, this versatile shooting shirt can be worn in the field or with a jacket or tie.” $148; www.gardenandgunstore.com.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Raleigh Denim Original Raw denim jeans. “I'm crazy for what Victor and Sarah Lytvinenko do. They use Cone's Mill denim and sew each piece on vintage machines in North Carolina. Each pair is signed and numbered and they just keep getting better, wear after wear. The only jeans my husband will wear.” $285; www.raleighworkshop.com.
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    The poster for Garden & Gun magazine’s first Jubilee festival. The award-winning Charleston, S.C.-based magazine has more than 300,000 subscribers from all 50 states who love to read about the best the South has to offer in sporting culture, food, music, art, fashion and travel. The magazine will come to life at the Jubilee festival Dec. 6-8 at historic state park Charles Towne Landing in Charleston. “It’s going to be an expression of the magazine,” says Garden & Gun’s vice president Jessica Hundhausen Derrick “All the people, products and personalities you read about will be in one place doing things and interacting with guests.” Tickets range from $85 for a one-day pass to $400 for a dinner hosted by acclaimed designer Billy Reid featuring cocktails in a tent filled with antiques handpicked by design guru Mike Sage, a performance by Country and Western legend Junior Brown and a special dinner prepared by chef Mike Latta. (Details: www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee.)
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Peter Nappi Julius boots. “If it ain't broke don't fix it. These are Peter Nappi's original model that are based on a pair of old work boots. These are perfect for in the field or on the town.” $695; www.peternappi.com.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: Billy Reid waxed cotton Quail Jacket. “A true working hunting jacket that is rustic and real, but polished enough to wear out of the field as well. I carried Billy Reid's first women's collection ages ago and have always loved his rich fabrics and fine eye for details.” $495; www.billyreid.com/product/quail-jacket-dark-oak.html.
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    Garden & Gun magazine's upcoming Jubliee festival Dec. 6-8 in Charleston (www.gardenandgun.com/jubilee) will include a pop-up shop curated by Southern tastemaker Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the women's boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop in Charlotte. She'll present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. In the spirit of Jubilee, she picked some of her favorite Made in the South items for men especially for the Observer's Style section. Here's one of her picks, and her thoughts on why it’s so great:: The Woody Tailgater: “I can't stop thinking about this gorgeous traveling bar and sportsmen's camper. If I ever meet it in person, I may spend the rest of my life on the road and never come home!” Customizable; pricing starts at $45,000. www.silvertearscampers.com.
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    Garden & Gun invited Laura Vinroot Poole, owner of the nationally known women’s boutiques Capitol and Poole Shop, to bring her expertise to its first Jubilee festival. “She is the consumate Southern tastemaker,” says Garden & Gun’s vice president Jessica Hundhausen Derrick. “She travels the world and always has her finger on the pulse of beautiful, interesting and one-of-a-kind things.” Poole describes the weekend of being able to experience spectacular and singularly Southern things as being as close to Dixie Nirvana as you can get. During the festival, she will present some of her favorite things culled from The Nearby, a free app she helped create that showcases unique offerings from select boutiques. The pop-up shop she’s curating will showcase clothing, accessories, jewelry, books and gifts from some of the best shops in the South. The items come from Captiol and other stores including By George and 4510 in Texas, Oxford Exchange in Florida, Emmaline in Tennessee, Scarpa in Virginia, South in Chapel Hill, Vermillion in Raleigh and Van Jean in Columbia.
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