September: The Southern Style Issue
A new photo and writing project from Jess Graves and Caroline Fontenot about our favorite Southerners and the dogs who own them.
Charleston-based fashion designer Lindsey Carter is the creative force behind beloved cool-girl-uniform line Troubadour. Follow her personal tour through a handful of the city's most stylish nooks and crannies.
A definitive guide for guys and gals on what to wear right now. And we do mean right now: fall may be on the way, but it's still hot down here! Read on for our favorite transitional items - all Southern-made and sourced, of course.
A sampling of tunes the legendary tastemakers will be playing in their eponymous Atlanta, Houston (and soon, Georgetown) shops this fall; some from the killer record selection both Sid and Ann keep in stock, and some the couple's just feeling right now.
Q&A, Runway + Cocktails at Neiman Marcus Lenox Square, Atlanta
Please join us at 1:00 P.M. on Thursday, September 10 as our Editor Jess Graves hosts a Q&A, runway show and reception with Neiman Marcus cashmere buyer Patricia Haugen on Level Two at Neiman's Lenox Square.
Members of Atlanta's favorite sophisticated bluegrass outlet perform a track off their new album at Tweeds shop in Midtown Atlanta.
The mother/daughter duo behind S.Carter designs have a family aesthetic that begins in their well-appointed homes, then meets in the middle on their diamond, feather and bone jewelry.
A quiet force behind some of the smartest startups in menswear, Kirk Stafford's business evolution has kicked up its fair share of dust. Now, he's older, wiser - and stretching his wings to take off in style with a killer line of shoes and a shiny new title: COO.
Preppy-gone-rogue sportswear line Boast is back on the scene thanks to a brand revival spearheaded by John Dowling. Here, his new wave throwback playlist, one that hearkens the 80's movie villains and bad-boy country clubbers who gave Boast its original caché.
The Frye Company Atlanta Grand Opening
Frye has landed in Atlanta: the shop is now open at Ponce City Market.
A few of our editor's favorite things.
August: The Southern Food Issue
Long-eluded throughout her career, adoptive Southern Chef Whitney Otawka finally discovers the secret to perfect Frogmore Stew – or as it is more commonly known, a Low Country boil – on the sleepy coast of Georgia.
Barman Jeff Banks, of Atlanta's hip brasserie The Luminary, breaks down how to order a proper martini – and sound like you know what you're doing in the process. Bond, James Bond.
James Beard award-winning chef and restauranteur Ford Fry opens his latest concept, named State of Grace, soon in Houston, Texas. Here, the music he he's hand-picked picked to play inside.
How four of Atlanta's leading female bartenders - Mercedes O'Brien, Kellie Thorn, Shanna Mayo and Madison Burch - continue to crush it in a male-dominated industry.
MORE TO LOVE
"All I ever want is a single-malt, and they actually make that here... the best American single-malt I've ever had." - Delta Spirit lead singer Matt Vasquez
from Meet Me In Lebanon: The Tale of Opelika in Three Acts, June 2015
Georgia-born designer Clay Reeves’s collection of vintage Hawaiian shirts hang out at New York's Black Crescent bar, laying in wait for Aloha Mondays, his new vintage flash sale project.