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Style Insider: Tian Justman

Working out of a 1,500-square-foot former cotton gin factory turned into a Westside studio, Tian Justman has cultivated a name for herself in the upscale world of socialites and CEOs as a designer of custom dresses. Come October, she will have her own ready-to-wear line. The Conyers native grew up surrounded by fashion.

Hot Shop: The Beehive

Beehive Co-op, an innovative shop that won fans with its handmade apparel and accessories, shut its Brookwood doors in March. However, its high-end yet affordable DIY concept has been revived and updated as the Beehive, now in the Edgewood Retail District, just shy of Little Five.

Hot Shop: Two Stories

It’s hard to make a living off being a “hidden gem,” but that designation has been good to the Sandalon women. Sue Sandalon Jewelry Design is going on sixteen years in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it strip mall off Roswell Road in Sandy Springs.

Hot Shop: Lexie and Jane

The name may reference two Manhattan thoroughfares, Lexington Avenue and Jane Street, but new women’s boutique Lexie and Jane is equal parts Big Apple and Blue Crush.

Hot Shop: Swank

Emily Dees Boulden doesn’t waste a lot of time. In 2004, just days after earning her fashion merchandising degree, the Ole Miss grad struck off for Birmingham to work as an assistant buyer for Saks Incorporated.

Hot Shop: My My My

Situated on a busy stretch of Peachtree where parking is scarce, vintage boutique My My My is geared toward foot traffic—tourists staying at nearby hotels, passersby en route to Starbucks or the Vortex. Fortunately, retro mannequins with full heads of hair and colorful getups are proven traffic stoppers.

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