Slow Southern News

For all my lovely southern gals I created Southern Fashion Bloggers, a place where y’all can interact with other bloggers below the Mason-Dixon line. It is still brand new but will hopefully serve as a meaningful place to interact. Anyone can join, including businesses that are looking to collaborate with bloggers to promote their shops and products.

Fashion designer and Louisiana native Jodi Arnold will be putting on a fashion show Thursday, September 30th at the Crown Plaza in Baton Rouge.

The Historic New Orleans Collection is hosting  Mignon Faget: A Life in Art and Design. The exhibition will run September 22, 2010 to January 2, 2011.

Elise Sonnier of Dirty Rice Designs is holding jewelry making classes at the Episcopal School of Acadiana in  Broussard, LA. Each two hour class will include using wire and beads to create a variety of styles. For more information, including the class schedule, visit her Facebook event page.

The Al Copeland Foundation presents the “Hi-Speed Fashion Show”,  a fundraiser for cancer research. The event takes place Friday, September 17th at 6:30pm at Generations Hall.  Tickets start at $25 and include a runway show, food and drinks plus a silent auction. Appearances by Saints players and local personalities round out the festivities.

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