Why didn’t someone think of this before? Gather products from more than fifty of the city’s talented artisans together under one roof.
This small consignment shop carries exclusively designer clothes and accessories, including racks devoted to St. John, Chanel, and Armani.
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).
This Emory Village shop spotlights eco-friendly and repurposed lines, including recycled tin earrings, bamboo Panda Snack tees, and Ecoist purses.
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.