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May market minis: Oka-B’s new designs, Earl Pardon’s jewelry at the High Museum, and more

Local shoe company Oka-B has launches new designs; Earl Pardon’s jewelry, on display now at the High, makes for a great Mother's Day trip; House Account lets you shop Atlanta boutiques; the Atlanta Artist Collective provides an online gallery of affordable artwork by locals.

Prada made-to-order pumps come to Lenox Square

A swoon-worthy traveling display of made-to-order Prada pumps has landed at the store at Lenox Square. Through Thursday only, the “Made-to-Order Decolleté” collection will be on view for customers to create their own personalized kicks.

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.

Atlanta-based Ukies reaches new heights with comfortable high heels

When I first slipped on the Arianna, a nude patent pump with a gently pointy toe, it was clear it wasn’t your average heel. It had shock absorption, a roomy toe box, and stability.

Christian Louboutin store arrives in Buckhead Atlanta

The iconic (trademarked) red soles were made famous by the likes of Sarah Jessica Parker and, lately, Kim Kardashian. The brand—status symbol, really—has been available locally at Neiman Marcus and Jeffrey, but now we have our own jewel box of a store at Buckhead Atlanta.

Atlanta artisan: Cord Shoes and Boots offers handmade footwear

Sarah Green is surrounded by old machines in her workshop, a collection of rooms at the back of her parents’ house in Morningside. There’s a Fortuna splitter and a Landis auto-soler. Many of the heaving mechanical beasts date to the 1940s.

Sneak attack: LVL XIII takes on Louis Vuitton

Nope, that’s not a Louis Vuitton sneaker; it’s the work of Atlanta-based LVL XIII (pronounced “level thirteen”). Its founder, Antonio Brown, has slammed the luxury brand, a part of the LVMH conglomerate, with a lawsuit.

Southern-wear guru Winter Hodges opens new accessory shop, William Wren

Winter Hodges, Southern-wear guru, has opened his third shop in Virginia-Highland in as many years. Like the two that came before it—310 Rosemont and Winter Wren—Hodges’s newest venture, William Wren, sits at the neighborhood’s eponymous intersection.

Flatz shoe boutique offers high fashion, pain-free

Flat shoes—brogues, Birkenstock-like sandals, flatforms, and pointy-toe slippers—stomped down the runways last fall as one of this spring’s hottest trends. But Kelci Stringer, who recently opened no-heel haven Flatz on Pharr Road, insists the low silhouette is not a fleeting fad.

Hot Shop: Southern Soles

“Faith, Family, Friends,” reads a placard in the stockroom of Southern Soles. The first indie shoe boutique to hit the Avenue East Cobb—the area’s upscale strip mall—became Sage’s neighbor in August, and those three words make an adequate slogan for the family-run shop.

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