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Q&A: Scoop NYC's CEO dishes on the forthcoming Buckhead Atlanta location

Susan Davidson shares how the brand views the Atlanta market, Southern style, and fall trends

Next month, retailers are scheduled to start opening their doors at the long-awaited $1 billion Buckhead Atlanta development. Among luxury stores like Etro and Moncler is Scoop NYC, a one-stop shop with shoes, accessories, and designer and contemporary labels for men and women. Founded in New York in 1996, Scoop is aimed at a young, fashion-forward crowd, and this will be its seventeenth store in the U.S.—but its first in the Southeast. We got the scoop from CEO Susan Davidson (who is also CEO of Zac Posen) on how the brand views the Atlanta market, Southern style, and fall trends. Read more...

Ragtrade to host regional fashion show

Guests include Charlotte fashion week champs and NBC Fashion Star's Edmond Newton

On August 23, regional designers will send their latest collections down a runway at W Atlanta–Buckhead. This is the first big event put on by Ragtrade, a local group aiming to stage fashion events with some sticking power. Read more...

Can Factory Girls, a new incubator, grow a high-fashion industry in Atlanta?

With a 3,500-square-foot Chamblee factory, Regina Weir and Rosa Thurnher hope to organize the city's fashion community

In the world of Atlanta fashion, there are young designers fresh out of schools like SCAD, and there are shoppers. What there isn’t: infrastructure for designers to produce collections, meaning local talent takes off to the garment districts of New York and L.A. Read more...

My Style: Myka Barbato

Five years ago, after living in New York, Paris, and Munich, Myka Barbato returned to her native Atlanta and opened the posh waxing salon Wax and brow bar Blink. In 2012 the Spelman and Parsons School of Design grad added a sleek nail salon, Buff, to her little beauty empire in Studioplex in the Old Fourth Ward. Her adopted European sensibility shows at her nearby loft, where she spills her latest obsessions. Read more...

Liberté, Égalité, Par-tay: French-inspired fashion picks for Bastille Day

With Bastille Day on July 14 (plus the Tour de France July 5 to 27), now’s the time to fete French style. Alliance Française, a cultural and language center, will celebrate July 19. Read more...

Father's Day fashion finds from hip new ATL shops

He'll be the cool dad this holiday

Fourteen fun summer styles that will make great gifts for dad this Father's Day. Read more...

Res Ipsa: Two Atlanta lawyers go from torts to ties

Every law student knows res ipsa loquitur, Latin for “the thing speaks for itself,” first applied in an 1863 lawsuit in which a barrel fell from a window and hit a passerby. The court ruled in the plaintiff’s favor because the facts were so clear. Read more...

Inside Zac Brown's Smyrna man cave-turned-recording studio

The country star has moved out, but the basement remains a haven for Southern Ground Artists

Zac Brown’s ranch house played a cameo role in his music video for “Highway 20 Ride,” but these days, the Smyrna abode functions as a recording studio for his label Southern Ground Artists. Read more...

Bottled up: The latest from new cosmetic and skincare shops in Atlanta

From sunscreen to shampoo to lipstick, our scoop on the latest goop. Featuring DooBop.com, Skin IQ, Dermalogica, and Bluemercury. Read more...

From Classroom to Catwalk: SCAD Atlanta produces fashion's future stars

Stephanie Waldrip, Afsina Bhimani, and Christian Harris are just a few on their way to the top

SCAD Atlanta’s fashion program, whose graduates have gone on to work for top brands like Marc by Marc Jacobs and Monique Lhuillier, is turning the city into a breeding ground for designers. Some alums, like Marietta native Stephanie Waldrip (’11), are even starting their own lines. Read more...