Why didn’t someone think of this before? Gather products from more than fifty of the city’s talented artisans together under one roof.
Famous for finely crafted leather goods, the centuries-old retailer and celebrity favorite now features Brian Atwood–designed shoes, bohemian-edged apparel, and high-end sneakers.
The luxury jeweler’s soft-hued interior features bleached oak, crystal, and marble, with one side showcasing precious jewelry and watches (plus a VIP salon) and another side selling silver gifts, silk, and eyewear.
This CityWalk locale carries heels from Modern Vintage, Cordani, and Cole Haan; local jewelry; sunglasses; and Francesca Biasia and Tylie Malibu bags.
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.
Owner Rachel Sandalon has turned her Sandy Springs accessories boutique into a glamorous boudoir that’s dripping with eye-catching jewelry, butter-soft leather bags, and even a line of customizable cowboy boots. Designers range from the popular (Rebecca Minkoff) to the little-known but fabulous (Bora, Dannijo).
Hot heels from Michael Kors, Gunmetal, and Prada mix well with Be&D handbags, Alexis Bittar jewelry, Blinde sunglasses, and more.
This Emory Village shop spotlights eco-friendly and repurposed lines, including recycled tin earrings, bamboo Panda Snack tees, and Ecoist purses.
A go-to boutique for flirty party looks.
Founded in Boston a century ago, this off-price spin-off of the original department store carries designer clothing and accessories for men, women, and children as well as a small selection of gifts and housewares. Find looks by Theory, 7 For All Mankind, Marc Jacobs, and French Connection for a fraction of the original price and, […]
The pink walls say it all: This feminine boutique caters to women of all ages with Sula’s flowy pieces, Giorgio Brato leather bags and belts, and Beth Orduna jewelry.