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News Clips – March / April 2022

News Clips – March / April 2022

High Street Atlanta

High Street Atlanta


Looking to slough off pandemic woes with a healthy new twist? SKIN Vegan Med Spa in Buckhead is open for business, offering such services as floral and herb-infused facial steams to rehydrate; rose quartz and jade treatments to reduce inflammation and improve lymphatic drainage; and cacao and sea moss masks to target eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. “Our vegan spa treatments provide the ultimate transformative experience, introducing a holistic, plant-based, cruelty-free way of treating your skin and body,” says owner Jazmin Meredith, who recently relaunched SKIN as the first black, woman-owned vegan medical spa in Atlanta. “We teach our clients how implementing small changes, such as drinking our allnatural drinks and teas, and receiving a face and foot detox [benefits a healthier lifestyle].” @skinsalonspa


Get ready for some big city fun in Dunwoody. Construction has kicked off at High Street Atlanta by Perimeter Mall. Envisioned as a pedestrian-friendly center for work and play, the $2 billion mixed-use project by GIC Development Group will offer retail, restaurant, office and residential space, spanning 10 blocks at the intersection of Perimeter Center Parkway and Hammond Drive. Minigolf bar Puttshack signed on as the first tenant. The urban hotspot will also feature a 7,500-square-foot lawn for community events. “High Street will provide a central gathering place for the entire Perimeter Dunwoody market,” says Dunwoody’s Economic Development Director Michael Starling. @highstreetatl


When it comes to menswear, Middleman Fresh got game. The celebrity stylist, aka Robert Flood, is showing off some serious swagger at his hip new shop, Fitting Room B in Brookhaven. The luxe mix of street-smart separates and accessories features a popping palette of eclectic designs that elevate statement dressing to an art. “People are loving the clothes and the space,” says Flood, who’s outfitted such entertainers as Ludacris, Jeezy and Young Thug in his more than 25 years in the fashion biz. Pumped by his recent pop-up for Waka Flocka Flame’s SKRIT collection, he’s hoping to keep the momentum going through quarterly collabs with independent local artists. @fittingroomb

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