What inspires the Brit-born designer behind modern lighting brand Wake Up Dear
This fall, Brit-born Bernard and industrial designer Suzuko Hisata launch Wake Up Dear, a modern design lighting brand. Their marquee product line, ODO, consists of striking, one-of-a-kind chandeliers made from birch plywood and hand-wrapped with woven thread in geometric patterns.
The samples are in town through April 2
A swoon-worthy traveling display of made-to-order Prada pumps has landed at the store at Lenox Square. Through Thursday only, the “Made-to-Order Decolleté” collection will be on view for customers to create their own personalized kicks.
February market minis: Phipps and Lenox personal shoppers, Georgia designers show at New York Fashion Week, and more
The latest in Atlanta style and home news
Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square now offer personal shoppers. After a complimentary consultation, it’s $75 an hour for an escorted shopping tour—or for them to just shop for you.
They include Billy Reid, Vilebrequin, and Italian house Les Copains
The list of retailers continues to grow at the ritzy Buckhead Atlanta development, and we’ve got the scoop.
The illustrator’s fanciful designs come alive on Italian silk
Local illustrator and graphic designer Hannah Cross recently debuted her collection of fine scarves, and we haven't been this dazzled by silk since Hermes opened at Buckhead Atlanta.
Get your wallets ready for Christian Louboutin, Commonwealth Proper, and Kane, plus a horde of holiday pop-ups
A slew of new shops—and several attractive seasonal pop-ups—has landed in Atlanta in time for holiday shopping.
Check out new stores at Buckhead Atlanta and the first retail at Krog Street Market
Warby Parker, the affordable-hip eyewear brand, opened at Buckhead Atlanta on Sunday, as did Moncler. And across town at Krog Street Market, the first retail store, Collective, also opened.
A local makeup artist, hair stylist, and costume designer share their stories
Last year, Georgia’s film and television industry drew in $3.3 billion, putting the city’s creatives in the spotlight—from costume designers to makeup mavens and hair stylists. Here are a few of the artists behind some of your favorite looks on the screen.
Hamilton Powell’s business appraises, buys, cleans, services, and sells watches in two months
Out of a nondescript Buckhead office, Hamilton Powell, a fourth-generation Atlantan, consigns some of the world’s finest watches: Rolexes, vintage Glashüttes, Patek Philippes.