Style for an hourglass figure
Great Gatsby or Newsboy Caps
I’ll Take One in Every Color
Mad for Plaid
Manager of The Foundation Gallery -- Vintage Dresses
Attorney, President of New Orleans Tennessee Festival, Collector of Hermes Scarves and Ferragamo Shoes.
Black is always in style
Stylish Stacy Adams Vintage-Like Shoes
Local artist Terrance Osborne shows off the poster for this year’s Zulu krewe, along with some recent Parisian acquisitions.
WDSU-TV Chief Meteorologist Margaret Orr shares her love for the work of another local celebrity – Mignon Faget.
Celebrity foodie Poppy Tooker shares her collection of over 100 pieces of food themed jewelry.
Author Kit Wohl is one of scarf designer Ray Cole’s biggest fans.
Debbie Lindsey, co-owner of the Kitchen Witch culinary book store in the Quarter, showcases her own recipe for style. If you own a shop in the French Quarter named the Kitchen Witch it is ok to be a pretty witch…
New Orleans Advocate Society Columnist, Nell Nolan, shares her passion for stylish chapeaus.
Glass artist Eric Hess shares his fascination with tailored Italian shirts from fellow artist Andrea Palombini.
Interior designer Emily Adams finds comfort in her colorful collection of scarves.
Dave Malone, front man, songwriter, vocalist and guitarist of the famed “Radiators” New Orleans rock group, is back and showing off his musical skills and unique fashion sense in “Raw Oyster Cult.”
Melanie Fischmann, co-owner of vintage store Caravan, shares her love of vintage costume jewelry.
WWL radio’s Angela Hill delights in colorful headscarves.
Entrepreneur Tom Fischmann discusses the meaning behind his eclectic collection of cufflinks.
A Man and His Tom Wolfe Collection.
Interior designer and architect Chad Graci returned from Rome with a relaxed sense of style.
Tony Lott, operations manager for Chef Emeril Lagasse’s team, enjoys trying out other occupational looks during his off time.
Tom Fitzmorris shares his abiding love of fountain pens.
Drs. Peter & Michael Tufton
Attorney Deborah Harkins showcases her personal style.
Featuring: Eric Paulsen, anchor WWL-TV’s Morning news