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Friday, April 4, 2014

How to score a job at the Outlet Collection at Riverwalk's job fair

Posted By on Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 2:11 PM

Any job interview is a daunting prospect. But what if you're considering not one but more than 1,000 jobs offered by 70-plus companies? That will be the case for job seekers at the Outlet Collection at Riverwalk's job fair.

"We have management opportunities, janitorial, sales, food services, administrative positions and many more to fill," says on-site marking contact Carly Plotkin. "We're hoping for at least a few thousand [job seekers]."

Frank Crisci, vice president of merchandising for Neiman Marcus Last Call Studio, recommends wearing a look like this one.
  • Frank Crisci, vice president of merchandising for Neiman Marcus Last Call Studio, recommends wearing a look like this one.

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Friday, March 28, 2014

NOLA Fashion Week runway recap: by SMITH

Posted By on Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 5:33 PM

Last week saw a spate of runway shows, cocktail parties and workshops as NOLA Fashion Week and Fashion Week New Orleans unfolded citywide. With venues ranging from the sleekly renovated Joy Theater to the weathered, atmospheric Pharmacy Museum, the stylish events were celebrations not only of fashion, but also of the eclectic, time-weathered spaces endemic to New Orleans.

One particularly noteworthy marriage was the by Smith show, hosted by the Marigny Opera House. The 19th-century cathedral's weathered brick served as a muted, textured counterpoint to a procession of vividly hued, classic garments. "I loved the space," says designer Smith Sinrod. "It was a great way to showcase the line because the clothes popped." Also complementing the designs were the musical stylings of Minos the Saint, a self-described "chamber folk" band.

Designer Smith Sinrod Diano during the finale
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  • Designer Smith Sinrod Diano during the finale

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Highlights from Fashion Week New Orleans' patron party at Harold Clarke's atelier

Posted By on Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 5:06 PM

Long before New Orleans became a Hollywood hotspot boasting two fashion weeks, Harold Clarke was designer to the stars. His sinuous yet sculptural couture gowns are favorites of celebrities ranging from Vivica Fox to Vanna White. Clarke is a pioneer of New Orleans' revitalized fashion industry, and fittingly, his collection will close out Fashion Week New Orleans' (FWNOLA) slate of runway shows. This is his first time presenting a collection in FWNOLA.

"He wanted to get some high fashion into the New Orleans community," says Imani Bass, Clarke's granddaughter. "I'm so glad to see him participate in Fashion Week."

Last night, Clarke hosted a party and trunk show for FWNOLA patrons, friends, clients and members of Fashion Group International's New Orleans chapter. Clarke shows his collection Friday, March 21 at the New Orleans Board of Trade. FWNOLA continues through March 22. For more information and tickets, visit its website.

Left to right: Harold Clarke with granddaughters Aimee Clarke Bass and Imani Bass
  • Left to right: Harold Clarke with granddaughters Aimee Clarke Bass and Imani Bass

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Monday, March 17, 2014

Gambit TV: Stone jewelry in this month's CUE magazine

Posted By on Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 11:02 AM

CUE editor Missy Wilkinson appeared on the WWL Eyewitness Morning News today to show Laura Buchtel some of the one-of-a-kind stone pieces being made by New Orleans jewelers and artisans.

To see the whole spread and find out where to get the look, pick up a copy of CUE, tucked inside today's issue of Gambit.

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Monday, February 17, 2014

CUE magazine on WWL-TV: Braiding tips and tricks

Posted By on Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 4:40 PM

CUE editor Missy Wilkinson was on the WWL-TV Eyewitness Morning News today to show off one of the features in this month's CUE: hair braiding styles both formal and informal, perfect for winter months and bad weather. Janina Padilla of Mariposa Salon & Spa demonstrated a few braiding tips and techniques for Sally-Ann Roberts.

Pick up a copy of CUE magazine, tucked into the Mardi Gras: Week 1 edition of Gambit, on stands now.



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Friday, January 24, 2014

C. Wonder to open at The Shops at Canal Place

Posted By on Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 10:01 AM

I first heard of the Burch name a few years back, when local fashionistas began padding around in ballet slippers with what looked like Mardi Gras doubloons attached to the toe. These were Tory Burch flats. At a couple hundred dollars per pair, they were a little rich for my blood.

But I wanted them. Burch devotees claimed the flats were so comfortable! Every fashion blogger seemed to have a pair.

Fast forward a couple years. Turns out there's another Burch in fashion: J. Christopher Burch, Tory's ex-husband. Christopher has his own brand, C. Wonder. He debuted his first store in New York in October 2011. This February, a C. Wonder store opens at The Shops at Canal Place (333 Canal St., second floor, 504-524-5926) — the first location in Louisiana.

It's worth mentioning that the average C. Wonder product costs less than $50.

Boucle Striped Jacket, $168 at C. Wonder
  • Boucle Striped Jacket, $168 at C. Wonder

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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

New Orleans bridal fashions and wedding trends: CUE's Bride Book on WWL-TV

Posted By on Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 11:21 AM

CUE editor Missy Wilkinson was on the WWL-TV Eyewitness Morning News with Sheba Turk to talk about this month's CUE Bride Book, and brought along some models to show off the latest in wedding gowns.

The Bride Book features stories about wedding dresses; picking a wedding theme; pop-up weddings; engagement rings; and more. Check it out here.


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Friday, January 10, 2014

New Orleans designer Amanda deLeon gears up for New York Fashion Week

Posted By on Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 11:05 AM

Amanda deLeon's moody yet structured designs have made her a darling of the New Orleans fashion scene. At NOLA Fashion Week, her shows routinely pack the house. The architecture student-turned-fashion designer is drawing attention from beyond the Big Easy. Next month, she debuts her fall 2014 collection, LaNouvelle-Orléans, at New York Fashion Week (NYFW).

Here, deLeon talks about what this means for her career as a designer and the fashion industry for New Orleans as a whole.

Congrats on showing at New York Fashion Week! How did you accomplish this?

One day I was contacted via LinkedIn by a PR girl with amazing credentials. She is a creative director/contributing fashion editor with Condé Nast as well as a PR representative for some incredible high-end brands. She loved my work and said it had an edge she hasn't seen before. We continued casual phone conversations over several weeks. She fell in love with my inspiration of New Orleans and how intriguing the city is, and we began working together. Before all that, she posted my work on a private account so she could get feedback from her industry connections. She said the response was amazing and she was positive she wanted to help me.

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Monday, December 9, 2013

CUE on WWL-TV: Holiday dresses with an emphasis on comfort

Posted By on Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 4:41 PM

CUE editor Missy WIlkinson made her monthly stop on the WWL-TV Eyewitness Morning News to preview this week's issue of the magazine. The holidays' top trend (which Laura Buchtel was very happy to hear about): Comfort. No Spanx. Enjoy the season.



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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Tiffany & Co. opens in The Shops at Canal Place

Posted By on Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 5:25 PM

Today, Tiffany & Co. (The Shops at Canal Place, 333 Canal St., 504-434-6002) celebrated the grand opening of its first store in New Orleans (and 94th U.S. location) with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 3,900-square-foot store's interior design scheme features nods to founder Charles Lewis Tiffany's design motifs, including a custom carpet with his graphic dragonfly pattern. Art Deco-inspired details and the signature Tiffany blue color palette are prevalent throughout. Officials say the opening was a success.

Tiffany and Co. celebrates its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
  • Tiffany and Co. celebrates its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

“We are thrilled to have had such a wonderful turnout on our opening day in New Orleans," says Diane Brown, vice president of Tiffany & Co. mid-Atlantic market, U.S. "The Tiffany store has been in the making for many years, and we are excited by the warm reception by the local community. The Tiffany brand is rich in history and tradition, as is New Orleans, and we look forward to planting our roots in this wonderful city.”

The store carries engagement rings, celebration rings, and pink and yellow diamond jewelry, as well as baby gifts, leather goods and accessories.

Stainless steel showcases and mirrors feature Art Deco-inspired details.
  • Stainless steel showcases and mirrors feature Art Deco-inspired details.

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