Les Filles Louisville held its first trunk show Friday, featuring designs by Chicago fashion designer Lauren Lein of Lauren Lein Ltd. Learn more about the fashion house, their collaboration with the latest iteration of Les Filles, and how everything came together in the burgeoning South Fourth District.
Workers, visitors and locals alike can expect a wonderful surprises come lunchtime Monday as the South Fourth District -- SOFO for short -- will hold a free grand opening celebration along the corridor between the Brown and Seelbach hotels. Music, food specials, discounts, ribbon-cuttings and more await guests who make their way through the scaffolding.
In a preview of what is to come for the South Fourth District in downtown Louisville, Les Filles Louisville and Chicago-based fashion designer Lauren Lein of Lauren Lein, Ltd. will host a trunk show at the new boutique Friday, featuring custom looks for Derby and Oaks.
Tuesday evening, the Cardinals women's basketball team took on the UConn Huskie. Louisville.com, hoping lightning would strike twice, spent some time at O'Shea's near Baxter and Bardstown in an attempt to capture a few photos of this momentous occasion.
Monday evening, Louisville.com hung out at Boombozz Taphouse on Bardstown Road and Eastern Parkway to capture the energy as the Louisville Cardinals took on the Michigan Wolverines for the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship. The highs and lows, as seen through the eyes of Louisville.com.
Be smitten with your Crush on Derby at The Summit of Derby style with Crush Boutique's pop-up store at the East End shopping center from April through the end of Derby, and see what the Middletown boutique has in store for those seeking a one-of-a-kind ensemble for the pagentry and debauchery of Kentucky Derby 139.
If you find that your V Burger has slices of Derby hat under the V-12 Sauce, that's no accident. Beginning this Wednesday evening through Derby, Varanese and The Secret Boutique will co-host the fifth annual Hats on the Avenue series of fashion shows, featuring looks from the boutique alongside half-price bottles of wine and live music.
Next Wednesday, get your captain on at the Louisville Magazine monthly launch party, devoted to the "Derby 139" issue. The Kentucky Derby Festival will be co-hosting the event, and it's one you won't want to miss.
H&M may be cagey about whether they'll be coming to Louisville this fall, but not Nordstrom. The Seattle-based upscale fashion retailer announced today that their off-price outlet Nordstrom Rack will be setting up shop in St. Matthews this fall.
A special "relaunch" of Louisville Magazine's March 2013 issue about the oft-ignored West End will occur next Thursday at the Old Walnut Street development. What follows is a brief summary behind the publication's in-depth look at the nine neighbhoods behind the Ninth Street Demarcation Boundary, and what to expect at the relaunch event.
Saturday morning, the Kentucky-Southeast Indiana chapter of the National MS Society held their third annual Walk MS Louisville kick off party at Drinkswell, where various donut sculpture teams built their own donutopias in celebration of the charity.
Get ready for spring with the third annual Spring Fashion Show at Summer Classics in Westport Village, where collections from Apricot Lane, Boutique Serendipty and more will take to the catwalk, benefiting the Maryhurst Stand Up for Girls Campaign.
After a brief winter break, the Flea Off Market went back in business this weekend. With the warm weather at their back, the monthly flea market drew shoppers looking for interesting bargains, handcrafted items, and much more.
Saturday afternoon, hundreds gathered along Baxter Avenue and Bardstown Road for the 40th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade by the Father Abram J. Ryan Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. This year's theme, "Forty Shades of Green," was interpreted in as many ways imaginable, from traditional displays to literal implementations.
The 2013 Louisville Concours d'Elegance officially announced it will be held at West Baden Springs Hotel in Indiana the first weekend of October, where Packard will be the honored marque. From 1920s-themed galas to memories of Concours past, here's what this year will bring to its new digs.