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On Monday, as malls re-opened in Atlanta, an internal CDC report showed dire predictions for COVID-19 in the U.S. Here’s your Tuesday morning update.
On Tuesday, Simon announced it would re-open malls in the metro area later this week. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
On Wednesday, a state senator tested positive for COVID-19, South Fulton implemented a curfew, and metro malls shutter. Here’s your Thursday morning update.
When the Limited shuttered its plus-size store, Eloquii, not even two years after its 2011 launch, a few of its creators were so devoted to the concept that they broke off and took it online. Its seventh brick-and-mortar opened at Lenox Square this winter.
Centennial Olympic Park is about to transform into a field of interactive lanterns with Chinese Lantern Festival, TFTI brings an Instagram-friendly photo experience, and enjoy a vegan Thanksgiving at Plant Based Drippin Festival & Concert.
As the founder of Colordrunk Designs, it’s no surprise she reaches for all things bright, bubbly, and fun. Here’s what’s inspiring her now.
When Chanel unveils its latest marquee this month, it won’t be in Buckhead—or even in Atlanta. The new 1,000-square-foot jewel box is the fifth of the brand’s Fragrance and Beauté boutiques in the U.S. Expect a full line of cosmetics (hello, Pirate red lipstick), skincare, fragrances, and even eyewear, plus makeup consultations.
Where to shop in Atlanta now: Gunner & Lux’s J.Crew collaboration; Peridot on the Line, Ink + Alloy open
Atlanta’s favorite nine-year-old jewelry designer Riley Kinnane-Petersen has a new necklace at J.Crew; Ink + Alloy, which sells Bohemian-inspired accessories, opened in Decatur; and Peridot on the Line offers vintage finds.
Thomas Raab studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology before landing his first job at DKNY as a menswear designer. After seven years with the brand, he was lured to Atlanta by Sid Mashburn and appointed head of men’s design. Next up? His own label, TAR, which combines the sport of American workwear with the precision of Japanese tailoring.
This fall, accessories don’t hide behind simple silhouettes and earthy shades. They leap out in geometric shapes, bursts of unusual texture, and electric hues. Here’s to coloring outside the lines.