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4 Atlanta Launches You Must Know About

By Caroline Perrott | October 28, 2020 | Lifestyle

Here are a few new and new-to-Atlanta launches to peruse, just in time for the holidays.

BUTTER ME UP The Buttery ATL, an online market from the hands of local restaurateurs chef Linton and Gina Hopkins, and Buckhead favorite Lucy’s Market have partnered to provide yet another way for Atlantans to get their hands on quality goods. The Buttery ATL culinary team, made up of sought-after Atlantan chefs and pastry makers, created a seasonally inspired menu that won’t break the bank. Many of Hopkins’ restaurant staples made the cut, including restaurant Eugene and Elizabeth’s accouterments and Holeman and Finch rubs and sauces.


BEDTIME BLISS Given that we are in our pajamas more than ever these days, why not make those PJs cute? Now you can, and get them locally, at LAKE. The Savannah-based clothing company has excitedly opened its new Atlanta location in the heart of Buckhead. As its second storefront, the space will feature pajama sets and loungewear for women, men and children; day dresses; and local products that aid in the bedtime routine. After a long day, putting on a LAKE set sounds like just what Atlantans need. 3519 Northside Parkway, NW, Ste. B


IT’S PAVÉ TIME S. Carter Designs supplies Atlantans with elevated jewelry that incorporates organic shapes inspired by the wild. This fall, S. Carter presents a collection full of feathers, tusks and 14K gold conus shells. If you want to make a statement and invest in a piece that will withstand a lifetime, S. Carter’s newest collection is the perfect place to shop—especially for the upcoming holiday season.



BIKING IS BETTER Born to tackle Atlanta’s overcrowded streets and colossal hills, Edison is liberating car-caged commuters in urban areas everywhere. The Atlanta-grown electric bike company has transformed the bicycle from a recreational novelty to a realistic automotive and commuting substitute. Each Edison bike costs less than other forms of commuting per month and will run 20 to 30 miles at 20 mph on a single charge. Visit the Edison Electric Bike Co. shop in Kirkwood and join the electric bike family changing transportation. 1619 Hosea L. Williams Drive NE


Photography by: From top, photos: by Laura Negri Photography; courtesy of Lucy’s market; by Michael Nadēr Phillips; courtesy of s. carter Designs