Hey, Good-Lookin'!

By Caroline Cox, Elizabeth Harper and Allison Mitchell | November 16, 2015 | Articles National

1. Highland Yoga
Highland Yoga will soon open a second location in trendy Grant Park. The studio is housed in a two-story 100-year-old building and will feature a second-floor studio with a serene balcony overlooking the neighboring park. Slated for a January debut, the new location will offer 25 to 30 classes per week, including an all-levels heated power vinyasa, a yin/restorative yoga and a beginner’s class. Namaste. Packages from $130

Hey, fellas—dump those ratty frat tees and opt for high-performance designs from the new VIMMIA Men’s line of activewear. The casual-cool separates include half-zip hoodies, slim-fitting long-sleeve shirts and comfy shorts to garner double-takes at the gym for more than just your bicep curls. From $83, Stellar Bodies

3. Amazing Lash Studio
Brighten up your eyes with the help of Buckhead’s newest pampering spot, Amazing Lash Studio. Specializing in lash extensions, the studio offers traditional lightweight synthetic eyelash extensions in varying lengths, plus real Siberian mink, volume, colored or two-tone lashes. The best part? Your first set is only $80, with memberships starting as low as $59 a month. Support the Atlanta Women’s Foundation at the studio on Nov. 5 with a set of discounted lashes. 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the underprivileged ($50 minimum donation). Plus, $10 from every full set of extensions will be donated to AWF all month. Look good; feel good!

4. Tory Sport
Tory Burch unveils Tory Sport, the brand’s first activewear line, perfect for mixing and matching. “I have always been passionate about sports, and activewear is something I have wanted to do for years,” says the designer. The new collection includes fitness apparel, bags, shoes and accessories for running, tennis and swim; plus they’re stylish enough for running errands or hitting brunch before or after a sweat sesh. The collection is online for ATL shoppers, but TB lovers can get an extra dose of all things Tory at the brand’s new shop at Lenox Square. Shop to it! $55-$550

5. TomTom Spark
You may recognize the TomTom brand as a popular car GPS purveyor, but now it’s taking on the workout world with the new TomTom Spark GPS fitness watch, out this month. The accessory lets wearers store up to 500 songs for crafting playlists, plus there’s a built-in 24/7 activity tracker, sleep tracker, voice coach, heart-rate monitor and more—talk about multitasking tech! $250, Best Buy


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