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The Little Wine Shop

This storefront, recently under new ownership, fine-tuned its inventory to support smaller artisan winemakers like the Scholium Project’s Abe Schoener, a Greek philosophy professor turned eccentric vintner.

Bella Bag

Step inside Bella Bag’s Virginia-Highland offices and you’ll feel like Carrie Bradshaw discovering Manolo Blahnik Mary Janes in the Vogue accessories closet.

310 Rosemont

Looking for a quick game of pool? Want to watch the game? How about an ice-cold SweetWater? No, this isn’t your local pub—it’s 310 Rosemont, the new men’s and women’s high-end fashion boutique in the heart of Virginia-Highland.

Huff Harrington Home

If your bucket list includes shopping in Provence with Ann Huff and Meg Harrington, the art dealers–cum–tour guides whose eponymous gallery is just off Roswell Road, now all you have to do is drive over to West Paces Ferry.

Arhaus

If Phipps Plaza newcomer Arhaus sold clothing instead of furniture, it would be Anthropologie.

Morgan Kylee

Morgan Kylee Henzlik makes no apologies for wanting to shake up Atlanta’s shopping culture. The twenty-six-year-old entrepreneur opened her eponymous boutique in mid-August with a promise to provide something different from the conventional women’s styles that are saturating Buckhead stores.

Sandpiper Turns Twenty-five

In the fickle world of women’s fashion boutiques, reaching the quarter-century mark is as implausible as finding a Birkin bag at a yard sale. So how is it possible that Sandpiper has been around for twenty-five years?

Miami Circle’s Revival

Sure, the antiques galleries with locked doors that sell eight-foot-tall vaisseliers costing more than three years of college tuition are still here. But these days, you don’t have to be able to afford one—or even know what one is (basically, a fancy French hutch)—to enjoy shopping on Miami Circle.

JonathanBuckhead

When he started doing business in Atlanta in 1996, Jonathan Shapero had a plan. He’d already helped open a jewelry store in Florida and had spent nine years learning the industry.

Hot Shop: Nandina

Nowhere in the city will you find a greater architectural range than in Inman Park—where homes vary from grand Victorian mansions to mid-rise condos. The contrast doesn’t faze Nandina Home & Design, a home furnishings store and interior design studio that opened in the neighborhood last year.

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