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Spring and Fall Mix at Atlanta Apparel Market

Buyers shopping AmericasMart for five days ended Monday were betting on neutral colors, such as taupe, brown…

SCAD Museum Opens With Oscar de la Renta Tribute

The design college remodeled its fashion museum, which reopened Oct. 3.

Plunging V-Necks, Lace and Cropped Tops Lead Bridal Trends

Shopping the VOW/New World of Bridal market, which ran Sept. 16 to 18 at AmericasMart here, retailers also…

Jeffrey Fashion Cares Marks Milestones in Atlanta

The retailer marks 25 years of his store and 23 years of Jeffrey Fashion Cares.

Atlanta Prom Market Takes Glamorous Turn

Retailers tapped trends such as full pants and wide-leg trousers, along with A-line skirts, jumpsuits and…

Phipps Plaza Getting Major Makeover

Features include a new entrance and luxury façade on Peachtree Road with real and faux storefronts for…

Southern Women’s Slogan T-Shirts Catching on at Retail

Southern women are buying into slogans on T-shirts, tank tops and sweat shirts.

Home Depot Co-Founder Arthur Blank Hosts Jeffrey Fashion Cares Event

Jeffrey Kalinsky's annual fundraising event will be held at the Phipps Plaza mall on Aug. 31.

Atlanta Market Reveals More Confident Southern Shoppers

Important fall trends included layering, prints and plaids, mixing different prints, faux and real fur…

City of Atlanta Creates Grants for Fashion Designers

The program will award five fashion designers $1,500 each to assist with building their businesses in Atlanta.

Atlanta Buyers Set for Strong Fall

Retailers were betting on a range of trends — fake and real fur, prints and layering — for fall, as they…

Strong Economy Aids Atlanta Buying

Coming off a strong fall and holiday season, retailers were in the mood to buy some spring fill-ins, summer…

Fabric Trends Spur Atlanta Buying

Southeast retailers at the Atlanta Apparel Market, held Oct. 16 to 20, said they were upbeat about the…

The Bilt-House Opens Fourth Store in Atlanta

Shannon and Anton Kotze are continuing the legacy of one of Atlanta’s favorite retailers.

Buckhead Atlanta Opens at Last

The worst recession since the Great Depression couldn’t keep the $1.5 billion Buckhead Atlanta retail project…