Open daily year-round, the family-owned business stocks a mix of produce sourced from Loganville gardens and trucked in from the state farmers market.
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.
Though some of its products may veer into Fifty Shades territory, on a whole, AP brings an upmarket edginess to underpinnings that hasn’t been seen in this city before.
Ali Howell launched her jewelry company in 2009 with bold pieces that make a statement but are suitable for everyday wear.
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturdays. Not all of the vendors at this market, held in the City Hall parking lot, sell items they have grown or produced themselves, but there are still some interesting local businesses represented here.
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.
Accessible display racks make it easy to browse a selection that includes specialty lines like Barton Perreira and ProDesign: Denmark, and the staff members are friendly but not overbearing.
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.
Barneys New York’s cheeky offspring caters to a bohemian sensibility with au courant lines such as Helmut Lang, A.P.C., and 3.1 Phillip Lim.
With a focus on educational books, games, and kits from companies like Playmobil and Thomas & Friends, the aisles of this Sandy Springs store are strewn with building sets and dolls.
Local emerging artisans supply this well-edited collection of fashion, jewelry, and home and kids products.
The bread-and-butter of this luxury bag retailer is online at shopbellabag.com. But the founder, Cassandra Connors, lives in Atlanta and has a brick-and-mortar showroom on Miami Circle open Monday through Saturday.
A hip haven filled with trendy footwear—Puma, Tsubo, Fornanina—as well as women’s and men’s clothing.