Are you from New Orleans?
I grew up in Hammond. We've always had business in the city and a house in the (French) Quarter ...
Classic silhouettes updated with subtle textures turn basic into breathtaking
What the former Carnival queen wears at Mardi Gras
Your event planning company, Angle Events, recently was highlighted in Vogue magazine for a wedding you designed. The bride proclaimed you know everyone in New Orleans.
Manicures, pedicures brow shaping and waxing — not just for women
Men have always made conscious decisions about how they present themselves, but traditionally it hasn't been acceptable for a man to admit he puts much effort into his appearance. The latest grooming trends reflect a new ethos: Men now can take pride in being put together, revel in luxuries that women have always enjoyed and be honest about that spa treatment to boot.
Wearing sweatpants to work still is frowned upon, but thanks to the new "workleisure" trend, the comfy, breathable fabrics that characterize workout and sports gear meet laid-back yet office-appropriate tops and bottoms.
Pilot and Powell opened last month, but it's already making waves in the styleosphere. Vogue recently named the luxury women's boutique one of the coolest stores of 2016.
"One of our cats ate one of our goldfish this morning," says artist Starr Hagenbring in one of the many entertaining stories that pepper her rapid-fire conversation. "Pedro has been looking guilty all day."
Tell us about yourself. I was born in Denver and raised in New Orleans.
A makeup artist shares tips
for the perfect winged eyeliner
Molly Mayberry, lead makeup artist
at Earthsavers Lakeside, loves a wing-
ed eye. "When I think winged eyeliner, I
think Bridgitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn,
Marilyn Monroe," Mayberry says.
Chokers are back, and they’re bolder, bigger and blingier this time around
Tell us about yourself. I'm originally from northern Louisiana, but I have lived in New Orleans since early 2005.