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Whiz Socks Atlanta

Atlanta newcomer Whiz Socks offers wearable art that gives back

Atlanta-based Whiz Socks offers colorful socks designed by Atlanta artists Yoyo Ferro and Jake Llaurado, with a "buy one, give one" mission to help Atlanta's homeless population.
Eryn Erickson So Worth Loving

My Style: So Worth Loving founder Eryn Erickson

When the 29-year-old singer-songwriter began using stencils and spray paint to create T-shirts bearing the affirmation “so worth loving,” she unwittingly birthed an inspirational brand.
Brrr

Brrr clothing is designed to keep you looking and feeling cool

You know the soothing sensation of flipping over a clammy pillow to rest your cheek on the fresh, cool side? That’s the feeling Tosha Hays and Mary-Cathryn Kolb hope to bottle up with their new Atlanta-based fashion­-tech company, Brrr.
Tulipano

Shop Expansion: Tulipano

This fall, the girly boutique took over a 1,000-square-foot retail space next door to its Buckhead shop. We were excited to find more of our contemporary favorites as well as a denim bar featuring Frame jeans, and a big wall of handbags and shoes.
Best of Atlanta 2015

OTP Boutique: Lena Larose

It’s true that Atlanta’s best shopping destinations are mostly found inside the city limits. One notable exception is the easy but chic Lena Larose in Johns Creek.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Discount Boutique: Mint by Sandpiper

This past summer, the Vinings-based Sandpiper boutique opened a clearance and consignment shop in Inman Park, where the racks are filled with plenty of worthwhile last-season finds.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Workout Gear: Lululemon Athletica

How has Lululemon become synonymous with athletic wear that’s stylish enough for post-gym runs to Whole Foods?

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.

What’s Classic and What’s Coming in Charleston: Shopping

Ayoka Lucas is founder of Charleston Fashion Week, style director at Charleston Magazine, and a freelance fashion stylist and consultant. “In the Antique District, the lowest part of King Street, Berlin’s is one of Charleston’s...

Henry & June specializes in fine-crafted clothing and coffee

This story of Henry & June, a new Virginia-Highland shop named for author Henry Miller and his second wife, is about coffee and clothing—unlike the erotic 1990 movie of the same name, which is about the famous literary couple and a ménage à trois. But both involve a writer and his muse.

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