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Best Menswear BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2005 » Consumer Culture » Readers Pick
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Andrew
OK, so Andrew Capron seems to be under the impression that we're all trust-fund kids. But it sure is fun to pretend while we're at ANDREW, his painfully hip clothing and lifestyle boutique next door to MidCity Cuisine at Pershing Point. This season, he's all about Adidas' Y-3 line of T-shirts and warm-upmore...
OK, so Andrew Capron seems to be under the impression that we're all trust-fund kids. But it sure is fun to pretend while we're at ANDREW, his painfully hip clothing and lifestyle boutique next door to MidCity Cuisine at Pershing Point. This season, he's all about Adidas' Y-3 line of T-shirts and warm-up jackets that you'd never actually wear while running the 100-meter dash. But he also stocks colorful, striped dress shirts by Paul Smith and Etro that presaged the current men's clubwear fad, as well as Evisu jeans, cheeky Paul Smith wallets - featuring the pin-up girl inside - and a small selection of way-upscale shoes. Basically, if Andrew carries it, it's the pinnacle of style - or will be soon. "1545 Peachtree St., Suite 100. 404-607-1747. www.andrewatlanta.com" less...

Best Budget Menswear BOA Award Winner

K&G Men's Center

Best Budget Menswear BOA Award Winner

K&G Men's Center

Best Budget Menswear BOA Award Winner

Year » 2001
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2001 » Consumer Culture » Critics Pick
Target
3535 Peachtree Road 404-237-9494 and other locations http://www.target.com There was a time when Target meant "rich man's Wal-Mart. OK, maybe not rich, but certainly middle-class. It was all Toughskins and poly-cotton blends - heavy on the poly. But during the last five years or so, Target has becomemore...
3535 Peachtree Road 404-237-9494 and other locations http://www.target.com There was a time when Target meant "rich man's Wal-Mart. OK, maybe not rich, but certainly middle-class. It was all Toughskins and poly-cotton blends - heavy on the poly. But during the last five years or so, Target has become semi-cool, and there's a reason for that: It doesn't sell crap. Sure, you can argue that the chain is partially responsible for the homogenization of America, but at least you can walk through the door and buy three reasonably happening shirts for less than 50 bucks. The Buckhead branch gets this year's nod for its vast selection and easy-to-get-around layout. less...

Best Budget Menswear BOA Award Winner

Year » 2001
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2001 » Consumer Culture » Readers Pick
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