Fashion coordinator Amanda Bedgood
Photography Robin May
Models Mike Larson and Ramie LeBlanc
Hair and makeup by Mon Reve Salon and Spa
Some pieces are better the second time around. This vintage dress is a remake from the designers at Sky Blue. Pair with a cross body bag and easy sneakers.
Take the classic motorcycle jacket to a new place with a blue finish and bold leather leggings. From Vanessa V. Boutique.
Denim on denim works if you can avoid the perfect match or the cringe-worthy clash. Mike does it just right with this combo from Genterie Supply Co. Ramie in stone washed cutoffs, leopard combat boots and easy black tank from Shoe La La.
Thrashed cutoffs of the vintage variety are made new with embellishments then paired with a sexy leather vest that can go over easy cotton tops or solo. Try a super low ankle boot and loads of bracelets. From Maven Womenswear. On him comfy but super trim grey pants are casual when paired with tough boots and a simple soft white T-shirt. From Maven Menswear.
On her ombré is hot over dark denim and a pair of thrashed boots from Brother’s on the Boulevard. On him a distressed jean and laid back T-shirt are perfect for everyday. From Brother’s on the Boulevard.
A replacement is expected by January to fill the vacancy left when Greg Roberts resigned after allegedly pointing a fake gun at an engineer during a June meeting.
Halliburton says it has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to settle a substantial portion of plaintiff claims arising from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The Houston firm said Friday in its weekly report that 1,575 rigs were exploring for oil and 338 for gas. One was listed as miscellaneous. A year ago there were 1,776 active rigs.
It will be next month before Gov. Bobby Jindal will likely get a chance to change the membership of a South Louisiana flood board that is suing dozens of oil, gas and pipeline companies.
Newly established honor recognizes outstanding local attorneys; Neuner and McGoffin win President's Award; and Blanchard named Outstanding Young Lawyer.
Daily paper constructing new digs near production plant on Rieger Road at Siegen Lane, near I-10.
Investigation finds Arnaud’s Furniture, Carroll Building Specialties and Crazy Charlie’s Shoes running misleading going-out-of-business sales.
Critics say workers and retirees are being held responsible for the Jindal administration's mismanagement of their program.
Potenza Marketing makes fastest-growing companies list.
Local 101 class Friday
“Byzantine” is the word members of the nominating committee for the local flood protection authority often use to describe the complicated, multi-layered matrix of qualifications that must be met to fill a vacancy on that board.
In the Pelican State, Benjamin Franklin buys you about $109 worth of stuff.
Brittan Bush joins Liskow & Lewis, Blake David installed as the Third District Member of the Louisiana State Bar Association’s board of governors, and Simien & Miniex announces 2014 scholarship winners.
“In some cases, we’ve found that these parts are nothing more than used junk yard parts. In others, we’ve found them to be foreign knock-off parts of questionable quality.”
The old Daily Advertiser building on Jefferson Street is being rehabbed as the owner prepares to move it back into commerce.
Its fourth leader gone after two years on the job, the facility struggles to balance the tension between its two missions.
Hub City Cycles hits the ground running through small-business center opportunity.
The future of the coastal loss lawsuit could rest in hands of board’s nominating committee.
Leaders from the local tech community ponder the question: What's missing from Acadiana's tech ecosystem?
AT&T’s U-verse heads our way. Here’s what it means for you.
LITE’s virtual environments are changing the way local employees learn how to do their jobs.
Local tech gurus will go the distance to call Lafayette home.
A look at recent hires, promotions and other news from Acadiana's business community.
New Johnston Street eatery catapults to No. 1 spot in nearly 200-location chain.
By identifying companies that match the output of its post-secondary educational institutions, Lafayette is creating opportunities that keep highly trained graduates in the area.