The Crabnet (925 Decatur St., 522-3478; www.thecrabnet.com) is offering unique Craw de Lis prints by artist Daniel J. Rhodes for $25 each, with $5 of that going to Habitat for Humanity. The attractive signed and numbered 8-by-10-inch prints portray a crawfish in the shape of a fleur de lis and are available exclusively at The Crabnet. The Crabnet's sale of Rhodes' prints has generated $2,000 for Habitat for Humanity since Mardi Gras.
Cut Loose Hair Studio (102 Metairie Heights, Metairie, 833-4577) has added something special for men to its services menu. Staff members recently traveled to Nashville, Tenn., for a seminar outlining ways to better match a man's hairstyle to his head and face shape. In addition, Cut Loose has added a pampering service for men. While they are getting a haircut, they also will have Aveda-oil treated hot towels applied to their face while they receive a complimentary head, neck and shoulder massage.
To help victims of Hurricane Katrina recover in style, Flavor Paper (4213 Chartres St., 944-0447; www.flavorpaper.com) is offering its popular wallpaper designs for 50 percent off the retail price, through Aug. 29. The business recently displayed its new collection at Design Week in New York and was included in The New York Times review of "best of the week." A portion of the proceeds for sales of the new line will be donated to the company's Flavor Saver Foundation, which, in conjunction with the Tipitina's Foundation, will start a culturally focused after-school education program for kids.
French Quarter Festivals Inc. is holding a summer sale of all its vintage T-shirts. The nonprofit group is offering shirts in vibrant colors and designs from a variety of years at $10 each or three for $25. The T-shirts can be purchased from the group's Web site: www.fqfi.org/store/.