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Best of Atlanta 2018: Weddings
By The Editors | March 27, 2018

 

Best Bridal Boutique: Joan Pillow Bridal Salon
With breathtaking gowns by in-demand designers like Monique Lhuillier and Oscar de la Renta, this iconic bridal shop—helmed by Mandi...

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Best of Atlanta 2018: Health & Beauty
By The Editors | March 26, 2018

 

Best Barre Studio: Barre3 Druid Hills
Tone your muscles to your heart’s content at this location, where the friendly instructors and empowering classes—you...

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Best of Atlanta 2018: Good Eats
By The Editors | March 26, 2018

 

Best New Restaurant: Donetto
This Westside newcomer has everything we could ever want in a dining destination: an inviting atmosphere, killer cocktails (try the Orange Is the New Crack),...

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Best of Atlanta 2018: Fashion
By The Editors | March 26, 2018

 

Best Local Fashion Designer: Abbey Glass
Visit the Atlanta native’s second-floor Ponce City Market flagship to shop her elegant, tailored pieces with retro Southern influences....

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Dixieland Delight
By Kelsey Ogletree | March 26, 2018

Florence, Ala., was never a sleepy little town, but to people unfamiliar with the area’s music history, it flew under the radar. Until now, that is. In 2017, Florence earned a spot on Southern Living’s...

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Blue Jean Baby
By Lauren Finney | March 26, 2018

 

The denim struggle is real. Just ask Kathryn Boyd Brolin, Atlanta native (The Lovett School and The University of Georgia, to be precise), who has embarked on a tall order to help the long-legged like her find denim that actually fits...

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Prints Charming
By Kelsie Allen Barton | March 26, 2018

High above the city in a White Provisions condo, an Instagrammable haven awaits that blends a Californian’s effortlessly cool style with a Southerner’s taste for color and pattern—undeniably the stamps of Holly Conlan and...

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Shared Space
Juliette Cheatham | March 26, 2018

ANJU
Where to find it:
Thursday to Saturday, 6 to 10pm at Revelator Coffee in Grant Park
The backstory: Chef James Murphy is no stranger to Korean food, having grown up with a Korean mother, nor is he a...

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Natty Newcomer
By Lauren Loudermilk | March 26, 2018

 

Let’s start with your first question: Tiny Lou was a dancer at the Gypsy Room (which later became Clermont Lounge), billed as “The Girl Who Refused to Dance With Hitler”—though that story remains untold. The...

Kristy Woodson Harvey The Secret to Southern Charm

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Southern Voice
By Kelsie Allen Barton | March 26, 2018

 

Where do we pick up in your new novel, The Secret to Southern Charm ($16, Gallery/Simon & Schuster), which is book No. 2 in the Peachtree Bluff series? A few weeks later! The book picks up with Sloane...

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Keys to the Future
By Brennan Kilbane | March 23, 2018

 

The first thing you need to know about DJ Khaled is that it is nearly impossible to comprehend DJ Khaled. In theory, he is larger than life: one of the most prolific music producers of our time, responsible for three...

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6 Q’s with ATL Artist Laurie Duncan
By Ashton Pike | March 20, 2018

 

So you grew up in England?
Yes! I was born and raised a stone’s throw away from London in a town called Reading.

When did your artistic side start showing itself...

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