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My Style: Madolyn Ropell, Director of Accounts at Ampersand

My Style: Madolyn Ropell, Director of Accounts at Ampersand

"You get to wear literal art!" is how Madolyn Ropell describes her love for fashion—admitting that her respect for the creativity, thoughtfulness, and love that go into creating garments sometimes makes her (unapologetically) the most overdressed person in a room.
Veronica Beard Buckhead

Veronica Beard opens first Atlanta store in Buckhead Village

The company’s second stand-alone boutique in the Southeast will sell the luxury line’s cult classics like dickey jackets and scuba pants as well as dresses, jeans, outerwear, shoes, swimwear, and more.
Sleep-care is the new self-care

Sleep-care is the new self-care. Here’s how to get better rest.

“There’s a big misconception that sleep is wasted time. But it is so important for the rest of our lives,” says Dr. Anne D. Bartolucci, who practices at Atlanta Insomnia & Behavioral Health Services. “If you’re trying to lose weight and you are sleep deprived, your fullness hormones get thrown off. With exercise, you need sleep in order to build muscle. It’s impossible to live a truly healthy life if you’re not getting enough sleep.”
Check out Melissa A. Mitchell’s kaleidoscopic new collaboration with Foot Locker

Check out Melissa A. Mitchell’s kaleidoscopic new collaboration with Foot Locker

"I add the exclamation point to anything I’m part of," says the Atlanta-based artist. "My artwork is impactful, but it’s also inspirational. The [Foot Locker] designs have a lot of movement. If you look at them long enough, you’ll feel like they’re dancing."
Varnish Lane nails Buckhead

Varnish Lane opens its first Atlanta location in Buckhead, offering waterless manicures

Housed in the former Water Room space in Buckhead Court, the eight-chair salon will offer the company’s signature waterless manicure and pedicure services with environmentally friendly polishes.
Jerrimiah James owner Jerry Buckner

My Style: Jerrimiah James owner Jerry Buckner

After years of working for luxury brands, Jerry Buckner learned that the fashion industry is among the top polluters. In 2018, he launched a personal shopping business, Jerrimiah James, which helps clients with both purchases and consignments.
The Race Atlanta

The founder of the nation’s largest Black long-distance running event just wants participants to have a good time

On the first weekend of October, nearly 2,000 people ran through the streets of Southwest Atlanta as part of “The Race,” the largest Black long-distance running event in the country.
Fall 2021 fashion

How we dress now: 8 Atlanta fashion experts on how the pandemic changed style and what’s next

Over the past year and a half, our habits and lifestyles have changed—and so has our daily wardrobe. Now, as people return to the office full- or part-time and parties start back, we’ve got questions about the dress code, which may have become more relaxed in the workplace while simultaneously more festive for long-awaited fun.
Float Atlanta

Are sensory-deprivation tanks really that relaxing? A test drive of Float Atlanta.

When I heard about Float Atlanta’s open sensory-deprivation tanks—rectangular pools, each accompanied by a shower in a private and soundproofed room—I felt confident I could make it through a one-hour session without splashing and thrashing for help.
My Style: Madolyn Ropell, Director of Accounts at Ampersand

My Style: Madolyn Ropell, Director of Accounts at Ampersand

"You get to wear literal art!" is how Madolyn Ropell describes her love for fashion—admitting that her respect for the creativity, thoughtfulness, and love that go into creating garments sometimes makes her (unapologetically) the most overdressed person in a room.
Veronica Beard Buckhead

Veronica Beard opens first Atlanta store in Buckhead Village

The company’s second stand-alone boutique in the Southeast will sell the luxury line’s cult classics like dickey jackets and scuba pants as well as dresses, jeans, outerwear, shoes, swimwear, and more.
Tinte salon The Works

New color and blowdry bar Tinte, the sister salon to Sirène, opens at the Works

Owned by Atlanta native and celebrity stylist Dyana Nematalla, Tinte offers blowouts, glosses, color touch-ups, and keratin treatments as well as brow and lash services.
Sleep-care is the new self-care

Sleep-care is the new self-care. Here’s how to get better rest.

“There’s a big misconception that sleep is wasted time. But it is so important for the rest of our lives,” says Dr. Anne D. Bartolucci, who practices at Atlanta Insomnia & Behavioral Health Services. “If you’re trying to lose weight and you are sleep deprived, your fullness hormones get thrown off. With exercise, you need sleep in order to build muscle. It’s impossible to live a truly healthy life if you’re not getting enough sleep.”
The Race Atlanta

The founder of the nation’s largest Black long-distance running event just wants participants to have a good time

On the first weekend of October, nearly 2,000 people ran through the streets of Southwest Atlanta as part of “The Race,” the largest Black long-distance running event in the country.