Abbey Glass, a contemporary womenswear boutique, is celebrating its grand opening at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta on Friday, April 26.
From modern suiting to chic cocktail dresses, this classic, American womenswear offers designer quality, dressed-up clothing with a refined feminine flair at a contemporary price-point. Her clothing collection is featured at 70 specialty retailers across the country.
Glass started her formal fashion education at Central Saint Martin’s in London at age 18, then moved back to the United States to attend the Rhode Island School of Design. Before graduating, she worked under Marc Jacobs and Francisco Costa at Calvin Klein, and was a finalist in the Supima Design Competition runway show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in 2012.
Glass and her team now work out of an Atlanta-based studio complete with a full-service atelier, and her only current boutique location is at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta.
"We’ve had two years of retail success in Atlanta and are excited to move our growing brand closer to our core clientele,” says Abbey Glass, founder and designer of Abbey Glass. "I’m excited to continue to share my collection with the Buckhead and Atlanta community.
The Shops Buckhead Atlanta Unveils Outdoor Art Collaboration with SCAD Art Sales
This month, during the fourth annual Buckhead Loves Locals program, the Shops Buckhead Atlanta partnered with two Savannah College of Art and Design artists and two local artists to create four custom installations around the luxury mixed-use development. Participating artists included current SCAD student Carla Contreras, SCAD alumnus Tim Kent, and local artists Lela Brunet and Lauren Betty, who each created a one-of-a-kind mural to adorn select walls for the foreseeable future.
The Shops Buckhead Atlanta will host Spring Into The Shops April 13, a day filled with events from noon to 6 p.m.
In-store experiences include the following:
Alice+Olivia will give away boozy popsicles to individuals shopping there.
NARS will celebrate its three-year anniversary with global senior makeup artist Yaneek Proctor and complimentary hair touch-ups courtesy of Dry Bar with a purchase of $85 or more.
At Theory, shoppers who donate their gently worn Theory clothes will receive 25% off their purchases that day. All donated items benefit Year Up, a nonprofit that helps young adults move from minimum wage to meaningful careers in just one year.
Intermix will host a shopping event benefiting Cure Childhood Cancer. It will include champagne and light bites from 1 to 5 p.m.
Buckhead Art & Co. will have a Katwalk Boutique pop-up shop for quick and fun shopping.
There will also be live music, free flower bouquets, children's arts and crafts, games and a spend-and-receive program. Sweet treats will include Amorino Gelato, Georgetown Cupcakes, cotton candy, Rice Krispie popsicles, lemonade and donuts.
Finally, SCAD Art Sales, led by the Savannah College of Art and Design's Atlanta campus, will host An Ode to Art and Fashion mural unveilings with artists Lauren Betty, Lela Brunet, Carla Contreras and Tim Kent.
A day of fashion, football and fun for charity will kick off when the Off the Field Players’ Wives Association hosts its 18th annual Super Bowl Fashion Show at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta during Super Style Week on February 1, 2019.“We are honored and thrilled to serve as the exclusive venue for this year’s Off the Field Players’ Wives Association Fashion Show,” said Stacie Ellis, senior marketing consultant, OliverMcMillan, developer of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. “The event will provide a highly anticipated day of fashion for guests and raise significant funds for Off the Field’s charitable organization of choice, Girls Who Code.”The annual exclusive ticketed-only event celebrates the Super Bowl and spotlights the wives of current and former NFL players with a dynamic and collaborative charity fashion show. Football’s elite and the glittering portfolio of iconic brands from The Shops will come together during the special runway presentation, offering an array of surprises on the catwalk. Off the Field members will showcase the most-wanted winter looks from contemporary and luxury brands at The Shops.
The Shops Buckhead Atlanta will deck its halls, entertain thousands of guests and provide the ultimate holiday shopping experience beginning Saturday, November 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. The center will offer sweet treats, special performances, festive décor and much more.
Join Clara, The Mouse King and The Nutcracker Prince on Buckhead Avenue for the Atlanta Ballet’s reimagined Nutcracker performance. Primas will be en pointe on November 17, when dancers perform in Center Plaza at 6:30 p.m. to welcome the holiday season. Arrive at sundown for the lighting of the streets, when six city blocks of holiday twinkle lights will illuminate The Shops Buckhead Atlanta.
We are so proud to announce that Bella Cucina's Antipasti Party in a Basket was chosen as one of Oprah's Favorite Things this year!
This gift basket makes for an unforgettable hostess or holiday gift, so be sure to stop by Bella Cucina's pop-up shop at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta to get your hands on one!
Biltong Bar’s second location opens today at the luxury retail complex Shops Buckhead for top quality beef jerky and seriously boozy cocktails. This is a greatly-expanded version of its Ponce City Market (PCM) sibling at 6,500-square-feet. Unlike PCM, however, Biltong-Buckhead is open for dinner and late night. Lunch begins in January.
Executive chef Matt Weinstein has bulked up the beef jerky selections in Buckhead and added a few new additions — there’s now a pork shank, tandoori chicken wings, a hot chicken sandwich, and smoked peri-peri trout on the menu.
The ownership groups behind Le Bilboquet and Umi are bringing the first location of French-Vietnamese restaurant Le Colonial to Atlanta.
Le Colonial, which has locations in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Houston, is slated to open in the Shops Buckhead Atlanta development in spring 2019.
Enjoy this daylong event which features in-store parties and an outdoor fall fashion runway show. The show begins at 7 p.m. and will feature top professional athletes including Olympic Silver Medalist, Erik Kynard, Jr., retired NFL safety, George Wilson, retired Atlanta Hawks player, Drew Barry, current Atlanta Falcons player, Harry Douglas, and retired Atlanta Falcons players, Mike Jenkins, Roddy White and Brian Finneran modeling custom-tailored suits by ALBA.
Meticulously manicured avenues; if shopping is a religion, this is your church.
The walkable plaza and connecting side streets feature a mix of ultra-high-end stores like Hermès, Jimmy Choo, Dior, Tom Ford, and Etro, and some more approachable brands like COS, Warby Parker, and NARS cosmetics. Those seeking Atlanta-based concepts will want to visit Luna, a curated women’s boutique, and Bella Cucina, a brand started in 1993 with Italian-inspired artisan culinary products.
"We've seen major successes with pop-up shops in the past and wanted to explore moving our NYC presence south to engage with a new market of consumers. The Shops are home to other amazing like minded brands that align with who the Alala woman is, so it's a perfect fit."
Alala's merch includes customizable tights (personalized with a complimentary monogram) to bras and jackets. Long-sleeved tees and tanks feature a no-seam construction.
The pop-up will be located adjacent to NARS in Center Plaza. Its hours will be Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Top quality beef jerky is coming to Buckhead. South African restaurant group True Story Brands (10 Degrees South, Yebo Beach Haus, Cape Dutch) is opening a second Biltong Bar in the Shops Buckhead Atlanta this September.
Biltong Bar is its first restaurant of its kind, offering organic, house-cured jerky and South African street fare along with signature cocktails and a robust wine list. The Buckhead location will debut new items along with longstanding favorites, including freshly sliced South African beef jerky in a variety of flavors. Grab-and-go items like South African spices, rubs, and sodas are available to purchase.
The 6,500-square-foot restaurant’s interior will feature a 40-seat bar and a lounge stocked with interactive games.
“We’re looking forward to providing the Biltong Bar experience to the Buckhead neighborhood,” says Justin Anthony, owner of True Story Brands. “Whether you’re looking to grab biltong to go or sit down and enjoy a meal with us, we’ll be offering a variety of options for patrons to enjoy a taste of South Africa.”
From Decatur’s Church Street to downtown’s Flatiron City and Midtown’s Colony Square, coworking spaces have proliferated in recent years, accommodating thousands of Atlanta workers who shun traditional offices.
But a new shared-office venture in Buckhead is aiming for a level of refinement beyond ping pong tables and Friday afternoon Creature Comforts summits.
Launched in Sweden in 2012, a luxury workspace concept called No18 has picked a 32,000-square-foot slot at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta for its debut location in the United States, reps with developer OliverMcMillan announced today.
The No18 “ethos” embodied in a meeting room.
The members-only club for businesspeople will offer a range of flex workspaces, a high-style members lounge, meeting rooms, and private offices and desks, all with concierge-level services, per officials.
The environment is described as “aspirational,” “bright and inviting,” and within walking distance to Buckhead transit.
No18 is scheduled to open in Buckhead this fall on Bolling Way Northeast.
By: Josh Green, Curbed Atlanta