Raleigh T-shirt company Pass the Gravy was recently honored with an honorable mention in the style category of Our State magazine’s Made in N.C. Awards.
The company, which creates North Carolina-themed shirts made with in-state sourced cotton, was recognized out of more than 500 entries for its dedication to not only N.C. style, but also a locally-created product.
“What an amazing honor to receive so early in our company’s history,” said John Moss, cofounder of Pass the Gravy. “We could not be happier with the response that our shirts are receiving, and we hope that our designs and messaging will continue resonate with North Carolinians as we look to expand.”
Pass the Gravy donates 10 percent of its sales to Smart Start, the organization that promotes early education initiatives across the state. For more info and to see the full collection, visit passthegravy.com.
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Another week, another spate of trunk shows offering some of the best of fall. Here’s the rundown:
▪ Savvi Formalwear and Bridal in Raleigh will have new gowns from Casablanca in the store for a trunk show, though Aug. 31. Gowns will be available in a range of sizes, priced $500-$2,800. During the event, customers will receive 15 percent off orders. To schedule an appointment, call 919-783-8911.
▪ Saks Fifth Avenue in Triangle Town Center gives shoppers a taste of fall with new designs for women from Akris Punto, Aug. 30-31, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 919-792-9100 to schedule an appointment.
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