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Totes McGoats: Our favorite carryalls for spring

These miniature goats from Tanglewood Farm help showcase the local designs

We brought in these tiny farm animals from Tanglewood Farm, a “town” of miniature animals near Canton, to check out our favorite spring satchels by local designers and artisans. No goats to tote? These work for picnics, shopping, and festivals, too. Read More

My Style: Sarah Fishburne

As the director of trend and design for the Home Depot, Sarah Fishburne travels the world for inspiration. An Atlanta native and a graduate of UGA’s furnishings and interiors program, she works on everything from plants to paint colors, both designing proprietary brands and selecting from national labels. Read More

Garden Party: Spring's floral fashions

These styles play well with a new botanical art exhibition at the Atlanta History Center's Cherokee Garden Library.

In fashion, floral prints are as perennial as daffodils in March. But this season, they take a high-tech botanical spin, with designers creating graphic plant patterns in digital and 3-D media. Coincidentally, as spring clothes hit the streets this month, the Atlanta History Center hosts an exhibition featuring contemporary plant portraits in watercolor, pencil, gouache, and more by the American Society of Botanical Artists. Read More

Fashion trends: Athletic aesthetic

Some of spring's hottest looks take inspiration from the gym

Spring fashion has us playing off the field in mesh tops, sporty stripes, high-tech fabrics, and track-style pants. Check out the bright colors and bold lines featured in dresses, tops, pants, shoes, and accessories from Calvin Klein, Christian Louboutin, Diane von Furstenberg, and more. Read More