This year Ann Huff and Meg Harrington celebrated the fifth anniversary of their home furnishings shop (and 10th anniversary of their nearby contemporary art gallery) by moving into a new, even airier and brighter 5,000-square-foot store on Roswell Road.
The locally owned Fig & Flower offers only nontoxic brands (like RMS Beauty and Alima Pure) in a luxe but inviting Poncey-Highland shop, where employees help customers tailor cosmetics for skin type and tone.
Kyle and Kelly Taylor opened Chrome Yellow as a pop-up for hip clothing and small brands in Buckhead in 2013. Two years later they moved to a permanent space in the Old Fourth Ward and embraced a coffee shop–boutique hybrid concept.
River Mint Finery, Cindy’s chic new Peachtree Battle shop, is dripping with their creations—from $58 smoky quartz studs to $325 aquamarine chokers—as well as chic accessories like Monserat De Lucca bags.
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