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One-Stop Shop

By The Editors | March 20, 2015 | Articles National

1. Bloomingdale’s Studio Services
Hey, ATLwood! Lenox Square’s Bloomingdale’s store is following in the footsteps of some of its New York and California locations by offering Bloomingdale’s Studio Services, which works with costumers, stylists and wardrobe consultants for their film projects’ wardrobe and prop needs. Shopping at the same spot that outfits A-listers? Score!

2. Arrows Design Co.
Perm, Russia-born Anastasia Faust began crafting her own clothes in high school, but it was her handbags that really took off. After a stint at Pratt Institute, the offbeat beauty followed buyer demand to ATL, where she’s handmaking her high-quality Arrows Design Co. clutches, totes and weekend bags, which we’re loving for spring! From $36, at Chrome Yellow Trading Co., Henry & June and Young Blood Gallery & Boutique

3. Topshop
Start celebrating because Topshop is opening at Lenox Square March 12. The 15,600-square-foot behemoth features the brand’s mainline, premium collections, Topshop Beauty and its spring collection fronted by “it” girl Cara Delevingne. Plus, the basement level will house curated suiting, denim and footwear from Topman. Overwhelmed? Let the complimentary personal shoppers help you navigate the trends and runway-inspired looks.

4. Lilly Pulitzer for Target
Get your running shoes ready, Buckhead Bettys, because Lilly Pulitzer for Target hits stores April 19. The Palm Beach-inspired collection will include apparel, shoes, accessories, home goods and cosmetics all adorned with the brand’s signature prints ranging from $2 to $150. Be still our hearts!

5. Sorelle
It’s all in the family at new Virginia-Highland boutique Sorelle. Its name translates to “sisters” in Italian—the shop boasts women’s apparel and accessories from hot brands like Joie, Greylin, Splendid, Amanda Uprichard and DL 1961. We’re in. Benvenuto! From $60



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