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Author Mary Logan Bikoff

  • Mary Logan Bikoff

    Associate Editor

    Bikoff covers lifestyle topics including fashion, art, and travel. She began her career at Atlanta magazine as an intern in 2006 and returned as associate editor in 2013. In between, she lived in New York and freelanced for Condé Nast, National Geographic publications, and Paper magazine. While there, she got a master's degree in American studies from Columbia University. A native of Atlanta, she is a University of Georgia graduate and lives in an old bungalow in Inman Park with her husband and Australian shepherd.

 

Wes Gordon: Driven by Design

If there is such a thing as an intentional life, Wes Gordon—the most interesting fashion designer Atlanta has ever produced—is living it. By preschool, he was selecting his mother’s daily outfits for her job at an advertising agency. For his fourth birthday, all he wanted was a suit and a ticket to Phantom of the Opera, and a year later he refused to go to kindergarten without his red suspenders and blue suede bucks. Read more

Punk Rocks!

Fall looks are rife with studs, leather, plaids, and mesh, borrowed from the youth culture that lifted a middle finger at the corporate world in the seventies and eighties. Like it or not, this do-it-yourself style was long ago commodified and hung on the racks of upscale department stores. Read more