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Luxurious and ecoconscious: Ashley Alves’s handbags strike the balance
Patchworking silks. Hand-embroidering hibiscus. Silk-screening original drawings. Designer Ashley Alves does it all for her new 38-piece collection of ecoconscious, luxe handbags, Bolsa Verde.
9 fun rainy day accessories
Rainy day in Atlanta? Time to break out these cute rain jackets, umbrellas, shoes, and more.
8 shiny accessories perfect for New Year’s Eve
No matter where you're going this New Year's Eve, these glittery accessories will have you sparkling.
Purses with purpose: Whitby helps fund education for underprivileged girls
You’d be hard-pressed to describe most luxury handbags as having a “social mission,” unless you count impressing the wearer’s friends at a cocktail party. Not so for Atlanta-based Whitby Handbags’ line of Saffiano leather arm candy, which helps fund education for underprivileged girls around the globe.
Editor’s pick: Very Fine South handbags
The studio in Laura Slate Shope’s Candler Park house, where she creates her accessories line Very Fine South, smells like a saddlery.
2015 Spring Style Guide
Atlanta’s fashion new guard showcases the season’s trends. Interviews and style tips from Camryn Park, Keisha Noel, Kirk Stafford, Mandy Kellogg Rye, and Mike Mast, plus our favorite funky platform shoes, cool shades, bitty bags, and jaunty pocket squares.
Editor’s pick: Maridadi Trading accessories
Vena Kim’s accessories line, Maridadi Trading, is a product of her far-flung travels. She bounced around Asia as a child. For college, she chose the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, then lived in London; Muscat, Oman; and Cairo—launching-off points for journeys in the Middle East and Africa.
Eyewear: Warby Parker
Nice frames are pricey, but according to the founders—who were students at Wharton business school when they launched the brand in 2010—they shouldn’t be.
New Local Menswear Company: Res Ipsa
Two Atlanta lawyers were tired of choosing between fat, goofy ties and skinny hipster ties. So in January, Josh Moore and Odini Nwakuche launched Res Ipsa, which started with three-inch-wide ties in grenadine silks, Scottish tartans, and English Mogador.
Small Goods: Tweeds
This year-and-a-half-old Westside men’s boutique has quickly carved out a niche by stocking esteemed brands not found elsewhere in town. It’s a good place to find accessories to set your man (or yourself) apart.