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Finally! Buckhead Atlanta shops announced

The top seven we’re excited about, from Scoop to Louboutin.

For years, talk of fancy shops at Peachtree and Roswell roads in Buckhead has buzzed and abated as the cranes creaked on and off. Finally, as the mixed-use Buckhead Atlanta development fills the longtime hole in the ground, the chatter comes to fruition. Read more...

One Divine evening honoring Sol Kent and Fashionata

Thursday night's Breman benefit brought 50 years of Atlanta style back in fashion

For decades, as the lights dimmed before every Fashionata runway show, Rich’s fashion director Sol Kent would position himself in the wings backstage and whisper to each of his anxious models, “Be Divine!” Kent’s words ended up inspiring “Be Divine: A Tribute to Fashionata,” Thursday night’s sold-out tribute to the city’s long-running Rich’s-hosted style extravaganza at The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Midtown. The evening served as a benefit for the Breman. Read more...

For one night only, reliving Rich's Fashionata

Tonight's fashionable Breman benefit will honor Sol Kent, the man who brought style to the south

Of his legendary style sense, Rich’s fashion director Sol Kent once wryly observed to Atlanta Constitution columnist Celestine Sibley, “There’s nothing so unchic as a woman who looks too new.” Kent’s genius at merging the new with the traditional and his eye for discovering future classics will be on dazzling display at tonight’s tribute to his career, “Be Divine: A Tribute to Fashionata” at the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Midtown. The evening benefiting the Breman also serves as a social set finale for the museum’s six month-long “Return to Rich’s: The Story Behind the Store” retrospective set to close on May 27. Read more...

The queen of all pop-ups comes to Shops Around Lenox this weekend

39 x 43 rescues us from pop-up fatigue.

Pop-up shops come and go in the blink of an eye (as they are wont to do), but some have more staying power than others—like this weekend’s 39 x 43, which is pretty much the queen of all pop-ups, featuring at least a dozen of our favorite local designers and artisans in one place—all Southern, most from right here in Atlanta. Read more...

Walking Dead's Glenn and Maggie get all dolled up for Los Angeles magazine

If the couple could have had engagement photos, they might have looked something like this

Actors Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan show off a much more idyllic scene, dressed in some seriously stylish digs (Christian Siriano and Paul Smith, to be exact) in a fashion feature for our sister publication Los Angeles magazine. Read more...