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Olympic White Brunch

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Labor Day marks the unofficial last weekend for white. And with the olympics owning this summer '16, what better way to end then with Olympic White?! Casual luxury allows us to achieve maximum comfort in premium style. It's a great way to keep your cool in the summer with lighter, more breathable pieces. This Rugby Mesh Polo is made with a Pima Cotton, Po[...]

Tanqueray Ten Brunch

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At this Sunday Brunch we toasted with Tanqueray Ten, a new premium Gin by Tanqueray. Distilled with citrus for a bold, refreshing finish for the summer, it blended perfectly with some of the hand-crafted cocktails made with fresh-pressed juices - which included my favorite: The Watermelon Cooler... 1 part Tanqueray, 1 part watermelon puree over ice, garnishe[...]

Spring Brunch

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It was an unusually grey spring brunch day, but the energy was lively and the style was in tact. I guess it was fitting to go with a darker look to reflect the vibe. Typically this would be more of an evening look, but who makes these rules anyway?! The new Buckhead Bottle Service Brunch venue at Atlantis has a fresh aesthetic and a new menu with a Me[...]

It's Never 'Just a Name.'

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Your name is what people call you, how they identify with you, and what they'll remember you by. Your name is your story. It's also something that is given to you. Interestingly enough, I didn't create the Champagne Jesse moniker... It was a product of my environment. Being a business owner at Mills Branding, and an Influencer for Lifestyle Brands like Gr[...]

31 bottles for 31 years.

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Last year we did 30 bottles for 30, so this year it was 31 bottles for 31 years. They say you're only supposed to celebrate milestone birthdays really BiG, but I look at each year of life and progression as a milestone. Why celebrate the next year with less excitement than the year before?! I never understood this concept. My birthday brunch was loosely b[...]

Black Label Brunch

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I've had this Ralph Lauren Black Label Corduroy shirt for a few years and never got around to wearing it. With the unseasonably mild weather we've been getting all winter in Atlanta, it has finally dropped to make it cold enough to rock it. Heavier weights, textures and vibes abound. Never been a huge fan of the color blue, but have grown to respect the v[...]

The Brunch

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Now, for my Part 3 in The Beach, The Dinner and The Brunch series… “The Brunch.” In 2015 the Sunday Bottle Service Brunch became a phenomenon. I felt like when I transitioned from the STK Dinner Party people were looking to see what was next... In 2013 when we started, there were no Dinner Parties Atlanta that really did it right, then in less than a 2 ye[...]

The Dinner

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Now for my Part 2 in The Beach, The Dinner and The Brunch series... "The Dinner." (you can view Part 1 here) This NYE we produced the #GrandlifeNYE Dinner Party experience presented by Grand Marnier at Euro. Over 150+ guests joined us in their slickest black-tie attire to ring in 2016 in #GrandFashion. Music, Cuban Cigars, and the best spirit made eve[...]

Like a G-Star

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G-Star has always been one of my favorite streetwear brands for Fall/Winter. My brother bought me this Nelson Vest on a trip to London in 2003 when I was a sophomore in college at Clark Atlanta University. Nobody in the states (besides NYC) was really on the brand heavy at that time... Now, with its larger retail expansion into the states, the brand is mo[...]

The Black Indiana Jones

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So the plan was to hit up brunch for a few hours, then head to Tomorrow World, BUT the way that the weather was setup *Kevin Hart voice* it didn't quite work out that way... Due to the rain over the weekend and mud from all of the Ravers the first 2 days, they shutdown transportation to the festival grounds for the third and final day. We didn't find this ou[...]

Fall Fatigue: Straight Outta' Combat

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Atlanta weather always seems to have a mind of it's own, so when transitioning to fall, you gotta be flexible. For this Sunday Brunch, the weather was cooler so the colors got darker. Fatigue always has a way of working into Fall well, because of the brown and green, natural earth tones in the pattern. A lightweight merino wool sweater, like this one from[...]

The Panama Hat

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Physically in Atlanta, mentally in Panama...  Besides just being a cool hat, the Panama Hat actually has an even cooler story. It was originally named the "Panama Hat" when president Theodore Roosevelt wore it on his first trip to the Panama Canal in the early 20th Century, somewhere around 1915. Since that time, with it's lightweight, handwoven const[...]