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DressCodes - Defining Style for Those Who Seek It.


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Nov 24, 2006
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I posted this over in Men's fashion, and they tell me to post it here, so don't start b*tchn' at me for the double post. ANYWAY A new high-end casual boutique/ gallery space, in Atlanta (actually Decatur), called DressCodes has opened. The store we will be selling high-end casual wear, premium denim, and limited edition goods for men and women. Located at: 201 West Ponce de Leon Ave. #117 Decatur, GA 30030 We will be carrying upcoming designers and exclusive labels from many cities and countries including NYC, LA, Sweden, Canada, Korea, and Japan. Unlike many of the stores in the Atlanta area, we don't want to carry the same thing as everyone else. Some labels we will carry include 5ep, Corpus, Just Another Rich Kid, Evil Genius, Cristi Conaway, Filippa K, Yoko Devereaux, Earnest Sewn, Barking Irons, Soia & Kyo, as well as many others. On weekends we will have guest DJ's come in to play/ promote for their upcoming shows, and every couple months we would like to have parties and gallery openings to showcase various artists works. Our price-points for clothing are between $30 - $400, while artist pieces will range from $250 - $1000. This is just a notice you guys, I will not post this again.

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