Charleston-based national magazine Garden & Gun magazine has announced the launch of G&G Exclusives, a collection of products inspired by the pages of the magazine.
“This was an exciting project for the magazine. Not only do we offer readers something special that they won’t find anywhere else, it allowed us to collaborate with some of the best creative teams in the business,” says Jessica Hundhausen, associate publisher, Creative Services. “The goal was not to roll out a licensed line of G&G products but rather to excite the reader by offering something unique to the marketplace. Our readers continually tell us they want more from Garden & Gun, this collection and the revitalized online store do just that,” she adds.
Garden & Gun teamed up with eight designers to craft a selection of exclusive goods ranging from a Le Creuset cast-iron French oven in gunmetal gray to fly-fishing-themed cuff links from Grainger McKoy, Jr., to a festive scented botanical soy candle from Low Country Luxe. All products have a limited run, but with more than a dozen collaborations in the works, new items will continue to be introduced seasonally.
Also available on the online store are new G&G-branded items, including the ever-popular tailgating essentials (coolers, cups, koozies), handsome shooting shirts, hats and totes, collectible back issues of the magazine, as well as a selection of photography (original, signed prints) from the G&G photography library.
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