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California clothing brand opened first Georgia store in Buckhead


This article, which originally ran on Oct. 19, has been updated.

A new menswear boutique has opened at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta.

It is the first Georgia store for the established menswear brand Robert Talbott, which has stores in California and Texas. 

Robert Talbott also has in-shop collections in Chicago and South Carolina, and plans to open a New York store — in addition to its showroom there — in November.

The Atlanta location, at 3035 Peachtree Road NE, carries items including suits, sweaters and ties.

>>RELATED: Posh 21-story complex being built near Buckhead Atlanta development

>>RELATED: Ted Baker to make Atlanta debut with Varsity-inspired store at Lenox


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