Stick & Ball, a San Francisco-based luxury lifestyle brand, will join the Hampton Classic
Boutique Garden for the third year.
Elizabeth Goodwin Welborn founded Stick & Ball in 2011 to combine her love of horses, the international sport of polo and hand crafted textiles and international fashion. In December 2016, the company opened their flagship store in downtown Mill Valley, California and has grown ever since.
"We are excited to be back for our third year at the Hampton Classic Horse Show
," Goodwin Welborn shared.
The company will show their 2018 fall collection featuring baby alpaca sweaters, a first for the company, Italian leather trimmed tassel ponchos, handcrafted Italian leather bags, crocodile belts and handcrafted sterling silver buckles.
"Many of our clients are in New York and this gives us a chance to visit with them and to show them our new products. This year we are showcasing our first knitwear collection of signature sweaters, a new line of Italian leather trimmed ponchos and our new croc belts," Goodwin Welborn noted. "In addition, we collaborated with photographer, Anouk Masson Krantz, and ARC Fine Art to represent Anouk's work Wild Horses of Cumberland Island. It's a perfect compliment to our equestrian inspired accessories and decor."
Elizabeth Goodwin Welborn founded Stick & Ball in 2011. (Courtesy Photo)
The pop up shop will also showcase artwork and the recently released Wild Horses of Cumberland Island
by Anouk Krantz. The book features photography from the historic Carnegie family retreat along Georgia's coastline.
A selection of artwork from Krantz, in collaboration with Adrienne Ruber Conzelman's ARC Fine Art of Fairfield, Connecticut, will also be available.
A wine reception and book signing will Anouk Krantz will be held on Saturday, September 1 from 3 to 5 p.m.
The Stick & Ball pop up will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Boutique Garden all week.
The Hampton Classic Horse Show is located at 240 Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton. For more information visit, stickandballco.com.