“We were supposed to meet Garrett at the Hill Street location, and when he got there, he came walking up the stairs, and ended up tripping and falling,” she shares with a sweet laugh. “I still think of that moment, and I laugh; he was so embarrassed; that was our first impression of him.”
That moment – Garrett was fine, for all those wondering – was both funny and real, two staples of the Hygge spirit.
“Garrett just really cares about this space and this community,” she says. “It wasn’t about the money, it was just about the feel which was warm and welcoming.”
CPG’s team settled in at Hygge West – until recently. They were one of the first to move to the Camp North End location to accommodate their growing team.
“I love how Camp North End feels like something out of a Mad Max movie,” Kirkpatrick shares. “And I’m excited to see what’s going to happen here.”
Kirkpatrick’s cool and confident style is hard to miss. And it begs the question of where she draws her fashion inspiration.
“A lot of female musicians inspire me,” she gushes. “Musicians like CoCoRossi.” She continues, speaking to time living in Nashville and East Nashville’s fashion scene.
Her every day, personal style game though? “I put on whatever I want,” she acknowledges, confidently.
Like I said, she’s just cool.