There is great shopping to be had in Atlanta this spring. (📷 Emma Valerio)

Spring Shopping in Atlanta

New boutiques, updated stores and the latest products grace Atlanta’s shopping scene this spring. Browse these new Atlanta additions and make your local shopping experience truly unique.

Phipps Plaza 

The Green at Phipps Plaza is a great place to take a break on a nice shopping day.

Phipps Plaza in Buckhead is one of Atlanta’s luxury shopping destinations and recently underwent a transformation that includes a new food hall, green space and luxury tenants.

The highly anticipated Christian Louboutin Boutique recently opened, featuring a spring and summer collection inspired by neo romantic influences, lush gardens and flowers. Explore an international parade of fashion as new retailers include fashion house king Alexander McQueen, French retailer Balmain, Swiss luxury fashion house Akris, boutiques Givenchy and Byredo and Italian high fashion stores ERTO, Zegna, Fendi and Burnello Cicinelli. Dior and Australian fashion brand Zimmerman recently came on the scene, and Cartier and Jimmy Choo will fill the need for luxury shoes and handbags. Look for Hermès to add to the luxury lineup soon.

Also at Phipps, Citizens Market Atlanta is a new 25,000-square-foot food hall, bar and event space. The family-friendly destination offers eight food concepts and a full-service bar. The new Green at Phipps Plaza is an outdoor gathering space and hosts programming during the spring. 

Lenox Square

Shop the new trends at Lenox Square in Buckhead.

New at Lenox is Hatley, a store that designs and sells premium clothing and accessories for women and children with whimsical, colorful designs in rainwear, sleepwear, daywear and swimwear. Check out Sandro, the trendy-casual brand offering contemporary pieces, and Cotton On, with globally relevant fashion for men and women at affordable prices. A new and improved Steven Madden store recently reopened, now adding accessories to its retail offerings. 

Coming soon to Lenox is Moncler, offering French-Italian apparel, most known for its down jackets and active sportswear. Also coming soon is Bonefly, taking a modern approach to stylish dog wearables, and luxury fashion retailer The Webster. 

Ponce City Market

Sweat EX at Ponce City Market (Photo by Bella Camerino Bungalow)

This mixed-use, multi-story complex adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine houses a food hall, unique shops and creative spaces. Look for Pottery Barn to open soon. In the meantime, check out these openings:

Visit the new Marc Nolan pop-up offering popular sneakers, boots and loafers in a welcoming and relaxed space. Browse the richly detailed, versatile shoes, designed in bold prints and color, with comfort in mind. DJ-centric shopping nights are on the menu for an ultimate shopping experience. The pop-up will be open through May.   

Sweat EXT, recently opened at Ponce City Market. The infrared heated fitness fusion studio is the first studio outside of Los Angeles and blends elements of yoga, barre, Pilates and HIIT in a 45-minute workout to promote strength, flexibility and mobility. 

Buckhead Village 

Todd Snyder, an influential New York-based menswear brand, is located in Buckhead Village. (Photo courtesy of Todd Snyder)

Buckhead Village continues to attract a mix of contemporary and independent retailers in addition to modern luxury brands. In the last year, Buckhead Village has signed two dozen leases and renewals totaling more than 47,000 square feet, including Brown & Co. Jewelers, Pachengo’s and Italian Luxury Interiors. 

The New York-based, ready-to-wear brand KULE recently opened in Buckhead Village, selling its signature stripes and sweaters at its first out-of-state location. The female-founded retailer is known for its perfect striped shirt and offers not only womenswear but also menswear and children’s collections, so the whole family can be decked out in the latest styles. Pick up classic style tees that have caught the eyes of celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Kelly Rutherford. 

Todd Snyder, another New York-based brand, recently arrived on the scene, offering modern American menswear in classic Italian cashmere, Oxford shirts and Made in USA Denim. The cult favorite Pocket Sweatshirt is a must-have piece. This new location will offer novelty pieces, refined tailoring and timeless essentials for everyone, whatever the occasion might be. Look for Dylan Jackets, Sweater Polos and Gurkha Pants while The Suit Shop offers Italian sport coats and pants. The Coat Shop completes a look with shirt jackets and chore coats for spring. Not quite a fit? The store will have its signature Made To Measure service employing expert tailors to give you that custom fit. 

Diptyque in Buckhead Village offers new products in its storefront. The Fleur de Peau fragrance comes in hand and body lotion, hair mist and cleansing hand and body gel, revealing the smooth, mellow aspect of musk, highlighted by iris flowers and amber and fruity accents.

Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta

Located north of the city, Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta is perfect for styling that new spring look. New stores The North Face and Greg Norman join the lineup of stores such as Nike Factory Store, Coach, Saks OFF Fifth, GUESS, Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors, Lucky Brand Jeans Outlet Store and many more. 

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