John Hardy head designer coming to Buckhead
by Neighbor Staff
05:51 PM, Monday, April 20
On a rare trip to the United States from Ubud, Bali, the home of the John Hardy Workshop and Showroom, Guy Bedarida will visit Bloomingdale’s at Lenox Square in Buckhead to showcase the brand’s couture collection, Cinta, Thursday. The John Hardy h...

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