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Over the past year and a half, our habits and lifestyles have changed—and so has our daily wardrobe. Now, as people return to the office full- or part-time and parties start back, we’ve got questions about the dress code, which may have become more relaxed in the workplace while simultaneously more festive for long-awaited fun.
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, but there’s no need to scour the internet for the perfect gift. Local sellers are bursting with thoughtful options for any type of date.
Megan Huntz's first brick-and-mortar shop, Grant Park's new grooming spot for guys, Hammer & Nails, Warby Parker’s new kids’ eyewear line, and more of Atlanta's newest stores.
Atlanta-based jewelry brand Connie n’ Jack fashions cotton, bone, and hemp into artistic accessories; Commonwealth Proper has a new line, Alternative Apparel is launching its first children’s line, and Megan Huntz has limited edition “Charlie” dresses she designed exclusively for an online retailer.
Fashion and furniture combine to create a beautiful romance. At least that’s the story at Brick + Mortar, the vintage and antique furnishings shop at Westside Provisions District. Local fashion designer Megan Huntz teams up with Brick + Mortar founder David Kowalski to match three garments with their fine furniture companions.
Need a little holiday shopping inspiration? We asked 9 stylish Atlantans for the one item they’re hoping to get this season, from fancy crystal-infused water bottles to pup portraits.
Gabi Lee’s Atlanta roots run deep: Her indie bridal shop, the Sentimentalist, sits on Westside land that was part of her family’s dairy farm in the 1870s. The shop stocks vintage and handmade gowns that buck bridal norms: capes, watercolor hues, and modern separates.
Local fashion designer Huntz describes her spring collection as “clothes for the shy schoolteacher in the south of France.” She owes that European influence to the years she spent studying and working in Milan and Barcelona.
Most people associate Modern Atlanta’s annual Design Is Human event, May 30 through June 7, with cutting-edge architecture, techy seminars, and sleek furniture. But it has a softer side, too.
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