Interior View - A Gallery for Fine Photography, New Orleans, American South

A Gallery for Fine Photography

This ramshackle art gallery has an impressive collection of historic photography and prints from the region.

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AERIN Palm Beach

Aerin Lauder’s Palm Beach boutique is full of the entrepreneur’s curated selection of home goods, clothing and accessories. Everything here is—always—effortlessly chic, colorful and gorgeous.

Aidan Gill

Harking back to days where gents sported full beards and shaving was considered an art, the front of this trendy shop is dedicated to products hand-selected by master-barber Gill from around the globe, while the back is straight out of a movie–clients can get a no-frills cut or shave and throw back a pint of Guinness right after.

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Painting at Alex Beard Studio, New Orleans, American South

Alex Beard Studio

The nephew of legendary photographer Peter Beard, Alex Beard is a painter who has made a name for himself by creating wonderful, whimsical paintings of wildlife and nature. In his gallery on Royal Street, you can find original works, limited edition prints as well as his exuberant children’s books and puzzles.

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This shop features provincial French and Italian furniture and decorative items.
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For a slice of French fashion, head to this boutique on Worth Avenue that has a distinctly Riviera aesthetic. There are Capri pants that evoke a young Brigitte Bardot and sleek cotton shorts and tops that would like just right on the streets of St.-Tropez. The owner imports lots of the latest lines from France and has a loyal following

Merchandise at  Angelique, New Orleans, American South


NOLA fashionistas flock to this Uptown store founded by former stylist Angelique Palumbo. With a discerning eye and excellent taste, the warm and friendly staff personally outfits customers in avant-garde designers, including by Malene Birger, Plein Sud and Halston Heritage.

Interior Walls at Ann Long Fine Art, Charleston, American South - Courtesy Abigail Marie

Ann Long Fine Art

This treasured gallery shows classically trained painters focused on “slow art”—the school of artists who take their time creating their works. Ann Long is a well-respected gallerist and Charleston tastemaker who founded her gallery in 1997.

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Merchandise at Arcanum, Savannah, American South


This delightful antiques and interiors store mixes vintage pieces with new designs to stylish effect. Owner Phillip Hunter has a well-trained eye for good design and an appreciation for the Savannah pace of life that is evidenced in how comfortable he makes his visitors feel about lingering. Glass lamps, wire chandeliers, artistic vases and carved-bone creatures add an at-home atmosphere to the furniture displays. On the second floor are more small rooms filled with tables, mirrors, chests and fabric samples.

gallery space with polished wooden ceilings and tall paintings lining the white walls

Arthur Roger Gallery

This is a spacious, light-filled contemporary art gallery with a knowledgeable staff and several interior spaces.

Arthur Smith Antiques

One of the oldest and most respected antiques dealers in the region, Arthur Smith, Jr., established an impeccable reputation in his almost fifty years of selling. He died in 2008, but his family has kept his store on Bull Street running. A source for serious collectors and curators, it offers decorative pieces, rugs, china and furniture of the highest quality. You may find an 18th-century burl-walnut chest with carved Corinthian corners or a rare Minton mourning service made to commemorate the death of Prince Albert in the late 19th century.

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Ash Blue

With a wide selection of products, ranging from Turkish bath towels to chic dinnerware and Linnea’s Lights candles, Ash Blue is ideal for one-stop shopping. Swing by to pick-up some unique finds for friends at home.

Aux Belles Choses

Aux Belle Choses is stocked full of treasures, all collected from the jet setting owners’ travels to England and France. Stocked full of knick-knacks, including hand-shaped French soaps, vintage enamelware and Provençal table linens, this store is one that is impossible to leave empty-handed.


In the bottom level of the cool 1111 Lincoln Road structure sits this fun store selling quirky items.
Exterior at  Bal Harbour Shops, Miami, Florida

Bal Harbour Shops

Whether you appreciate fine articles or just love designer labels, you’ll enjoy an afternoon at this glamorous outdoor mall—a twenty-minute ride north from Miami Beach and across the street from the St. Regis Bal Harbour. All the big names—Neiman Marcus, Carolina Herrera, Jimmy Choo—are represented, and be sure to check out small gems like Oxygene, with whimsical Moschino dresses. Lunch at La Goulue (305-865-2181 ext. 228), best known for its shuttered popular bistro on New York’s Upper East Side.

Interior View - Balzac Antiques, New Orleans, American South

Balzac Antiques

European collectibles are the specialty at this Magazine Street antique store, which places a special emphasis on romantic housewares.

Interior View - BASE, Miami, Florida


Buy the latest European lounge CDs and find loose-fitting gauzy tops, pants and dresses at this mellow, Zen-inspired concept store.

Interiors at Ben Silver, Charleston, American South

Ben Silver

Located at the regal intersection of King and Queen Streets, this store celebrates southern preppy-ness.
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Interiors at Bevolo Lights, New Orleans, American South

Bevolo Lights

Bevolo Gas and Lights was founded sixty years ago in the Big Easy’s French Quarter, and today is flourishing under current owner Drew Bevolo. These iconic lamps are hand made and riveted by local craftsman and are available in a variety of styles and shapes.

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Interiors at Bull Street Gourmet & Market, Charleston, American South

Bull Street Gourmet & Market

This classic lunch spot has long been a favorite of Charlestonians, who adore the eatery’s simple breakfast and lunch fare of sandwiches and soups. After moving from their original location, Bull Street expanded and now includes a grocery and wine section.

Interior at C. Madeleine’s, Miami, Florida

C. Madeleine's

This vintage store is a favorite of Ambra Medda, co-founder of Design Miami and design world impresario.

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C. Orrico

The three Orrico sisters, Casey, Kathie and Colleen, have created an empire of preppy dressing in Florida with outposts from Hobe Sound to Naples. This is command central, though, where the ode to pink-and-green runs strong and where you can count on an enormous selection of colorful fashion for the young and casual holidaymaker. In addition to Lilly Pulitzer, the brands carried include Milly, Vineyard Vines, Nanette Lepore, Shoshanna, Tibi and Trina Turk.

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C.J. Laing

This store creates women’s and children’s clothing that suits the country club set. They are best known for their embroidered fabrics. (Think pants with small lobsters or Scotties on them.)

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Located in a white house with a lavender door, this chic boutique offers racks of a well-edited mix of lesser-known labels.

Callan Contemporary

A great stop for both collectors and art-lovers, Callan Contemporary is a spacious contemporary art gallery.
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This large space located just off of King Street boasts an extensive offering of candles, along with home goods and accessories.
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Interiors at Century Girl, New Orleans, American South

Century Girl

Step back into time at Leah Blake’s impeccably curated French Quarter shop, Century Girl.


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