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Kelly Wearstler Interview

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 B is for Bergdorf: Kelly Wearstler, the interior design world’s “it” girl, has opened shop.  Published in The Atlantan magazine.  No one epitomizes glam décor like Kelly Wearstler, the only interior designer able to mix brass elephants with bold geometric rugs and still have it look sexy. But while some Wearstler fans content themselves by poring over her books (Domicilium Decoratus and …

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David Yurman Interview

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Judging from his portrait by Peter Lindbergh and his company’s $450 million annual profits, it would not be far-fetched to expect David Yurman to enter a room with bravado. In this photo—salt-and-pepper hair brushed back from his prominent brow, steely gaze off to one side, stubble, a black turtleneck clinging to his chest with Armani-esque adhesion—Yurman exudes the pent-up intensity …

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Cynthia Rowley-Ed Roland Design

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Bachelor Pad 101: Designer Cynthia Rowley Offers Decorating Tips for Ed Roland of Collective Soul By Travis Neighbor Ward Published in Atlanta Magazine There are those who approach home decorating according to the guidelines set by others. Then there are those who do whatever the heck they want because it looks cool–like Cynthia Rowley, fashion designer and co-author of the …

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Chef Michael Tuohy Home Feature

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Epicurean Passion: Touring chef Michael Tuohy’s home reveals he collects cookbooks like Imelda Marcos collected shoes. By Travis Neighbor Ward Published in Atlanta Magazine. Like most chefs who own their own restaurants, Michael Tuohy virtually lives at his, which he opened on Cheshire Bridge Road one year ago. He’s there from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. or midnight six days …