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After launching her own to-the-trade fabric company, Mollie Nitzken started creating scrunchies from remnants and selling them to friends, eventually offering them on Instagram. Now, Maas by Slightly East sells scrunchies, headbands, scarves, and turbans.
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.
Tibi is hosting its very first Atlanta sample sale at the Shops at Buckhead Atlanta just in time for the holidays. To add to the fun, Abbey Glass is also hosting a Buckhead Atlanta sample sale.
Former Atlanta Falcon Coy Wire still enjoys teamwork—only now he works with writers, producers, and editors for CNN, CNNI, and HLN.
Melanie Woodroffe is a content and user-experience designer for global brands, but she’s also run her lifestyle blog, Capitol de Beauté, for more than 13 years. This fall, she launched her own clean beauty line, Cheers to Good Skin.
These days, “the suits” doesn’t refer to stodgy C-suite attire. Be bold and experiment with statement-making prints, including extreme pinstripes, bold checks, and oversized plaids.
After five years in New York, the “largest natural beauty festival” made its way to Atlanta this year. CURLFEST aims to change the conversation about beauty standards.
For team Mashburn, business is a family affair. Sid and Ann have been a fixture in the Atlanta design community for more than a decade. Their eldest daughter (of five), Elizabeth, is helping elevate the company to a national lifestyle brand. Having grown up surrounded by classic, compelling design, her style is easy and confident.
Sitting under the beating sun at Hilton Head Island in the early 1990s, four-year-old Caroline Ruder had no idea that over two decades later, the brightly colored ruffles of her sandy children’s bathing suit would become the source of inspiration for her own clothing designs.