Kane adds “punch” to Atlanta women’s wardrobes

The shop offers tried-and-true brands along with lines previously unavailable in the city
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Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore
Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore

Elizabeth Kane Wing sees a lot of the “sweet and cutesy” Southern style. So in October, she opened Kane on the Westside to introduce some “punch” to Atlanta women’s wardrobes.

An Atlanta native with a business degree from UGA, she gave her edgy store her maiden name and turned the Kane family crest into the brand’s logo, which is laser-cut into steel behind the register. Kane carries tried-and-true brands like Vince, Tibi, and Rebecca Taylor, as well as lines previously unavailable in Atlanta, like Marie Turnor “Lunch” sack clutches and a line of silks by Otte New York. Wing’s latest obsession? Mignonne Gavigan’s beaded scarf neck­laces.

This article originally appeared in our December 2014 issue as part of “Scout About Town.”

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