New Albany, MS- Bespoke, at 315 Camp Street along the Tanglefoot Trail in New Albany, MS, is open for business. Hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm.
The location will be a showcase for Micha Foster’s custom lighting and furniture, as well as showcasing curated collections of vintage goods from clothing to home furnishings and Mississippi-made art, crafts, and other goods.
Bespoke will also feature a take-out cafe in the near future, with locally roasted coffee from High Point Roasters, smoothies, fresh made juices, custom tea blends designed by Sweet Gum Springs Apothecary, PBJ sack lunches for trail-riders, wraps, sandwiches, and desserts. All items served will be as locally sourced as possible, and all natural. Future offerings may include breakfast bowls and pop-ups by local chefs. Orders can be placed inside or at a convienent trailside window with adjoining patio for al-fresco dining.
Bespoke boasts 150 feet of trail-side frontage that will be home to yoga classes by Paul Tate, a balance station, and an art garden, for which local artists are invited to submit pieces for display. Classes and workshops with local herbalists and healers such as Susannah Furr, Lindsey Wilson, and others will be offered, as well.
Plans for a monthly swap meet are in the works for later this year. It will be a great opportunity for artists, makers, collectors and anyone interested in showing, selling or swapping their goodies with others. There will be a covered space to set up under and enjoy a Saturday of sharing and selling.
More than just a retail space, Bespoke seeks to become a center of happier living, offering ways to improve your home environment, health, and happiness.