It’s no secret Atlanta’s darling design duo Sid and Ann Mashburn have plans to run the world’s go-to lifestyle brand. And this October, coinciding with the tenth anniversary of Sid’s eponymous menswear store, they’re diving in with their first concept shop alongside their flagships at Westside Provisions District.
Local illustrator and graphic designer Hannah Cross recently debuted her collection of fine scarves, and we haven't been this dazzled by silk since Hermes opened at Buckhead Atlanta.
After 35 years of success, Herrera gets her first-ever retrospective, Refined Irreverence, opening today with two complementary exhibitions at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film Atlanta and at the SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah.
For years, talk of fancy shops at Peachtree and Roswell roads in Buckhead has buzzed and abated as the cranes creaked on and off. Finally, as the mixed-use Buckhead Atlanta development fills the longtime hole in the ground, the chatter comes to fruition.
Zac Brown’s ranch house played a cameo role in his music video for “Highway 20 Ride,” but these days, the Smyrna abode functions as a recording studio for his label Southern Ground Artists.
This fall, Brit-born Bernard and industrial designer Suzuko Hisata launch Wake Up Dear, a modern design lighting brand. Their marquee product line, ODO, consists of striking, one-of-a-kind chandeliers made from birch plywood and hand-wrapped with woven thread in geometric patterns.
Every show needs a queen bee. Evidently, Emily Dees Boulden wears that crown on Lifetime's new mommy-centric reality series, "Pretty Wicked Moms."
In the world of Atlanta fashion, there are young designers fresh out of schools like SCAD, and there are shoppers. What there isn’t: infrastructure for designers to produce collections, meaning local talent takes off to the garment districts of New York and L.A.
Fashion and furniture combine to create a beautiful romance. At least that’s the story at Brick + Mortar, the vintage and antique furnishings shop at Westside Provisions District. Local fashion designer Megan Huntz teams up with Brick + Mortar founder David Kowalski to match three garments with their fine furniture companions.