Adrene Ashford stocks bold looks, including brightly patterned Marisa K dresses and military-inspired Cavi jackets, along with men’s and women’s designer denim in her Castleberry Hill boutique.
Ann Mashburn’s boutique provides a feminine companion to her husband’s preppy and timeless sartorial collection two doors down at Sid Mashburn.
A sanctuary for women with sophisticated, classic taste. The selection—all shirts, mostly white—is not too diverse, but the quality of the designer’s blouses is a girl’s dream.
This small consignment shop carries exclusively designer clothes and accessories, including racks devoted to St. John, Chanel, and Armani.
Bill Hallman Studio stocks the resurrected Bill Hallman line as well as men’s and women’s goods by Rag & Bone, Naked Bill Hallman Studio stocks the resurrected Bill Hallman line as well as men’s and women’s goods by Rag & Bone, Naked & Famous, Eva Franco, and Diesel Black Gold.
Fresh off his Menswear Designer of the Year award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Billy Reid has opened his first Atlanta storefront in Westside’s White Provision building.
For more than twenty years, this boutique has outfitted well-dressed Buckhead ladies in day wear, formal gowns, cocktail suits, dresses, and separates.
Cherry Bomb carries a mix of affordable and higher-end lines such as Tracy Reese, Betsey Johnson, Frankie B., and Joe’s Jeans. You’ll know it by its bright red storefront.
At her flagship store on a well-trafficked Buckhead corner, designer and Emory grad Christine Philip fuses Eastern fabrics with Western silhouettes in her ready-to-wear clothing, handbags, and jewelry.