If you read this post on Anchal Project, you are well-acquainted with how the company is bringing about social and economical change with repurposed, cotton saris. This week, The Chic Street is teaming up with Anchal, and Revelry Boutique Gallery for the event, Festival Fashion for Good. With InStyle Magazine recently naming the bandana as thisContinue reading “Forecastal Festival. Design for Change”
Harvest, a restaurant of many firsts, had me at one simple, yet genius idea: bourbon and coffee. (Ok, the official name of this lively concoction is actually the Kentucky Wake-Me-Up, but the premise is pretty straightforward.) No, the restaurant is not the first to mix alcohol with caffeine, and they surely will not be theContinue reading “Eats. Harvest on Market”
With the new season, I have experienced thoughts of change and some serious spurts of inspiration. When you have been running your own website for a number of years, you sometimes find yourself either getting bored with what you are doing, and in some cases quit the endeavor altogether, or you keep evolving and making changes. I haveContinue reading “My Musings. Making Changes”
iPhone Pic: My Morning View at Le Moo This week has been quite intense with everything that is going on locally for Derby. However, even with all the social appointments, deadlines and festivities, I am learning to sit back, enjoy some coffee and be just be grateful. “Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anythingContinue reading “Coffee Talk. Cecil Beaton Knows Best”
Dedicated to creating a unique way to experience the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, the fourth annual KMAC Couture: Art Walks the Runway fashion show will present the original works of emerging and established regional artists, costumers, milliners and designers.
When it comes to winding down after a long week, I often prefer to enjoy a few libations with friends. Recently, I became acquainted with The Corner, a cozy and trendy- both of these dueling aesthetics are represented seamlessly- lounge located on the ground floor of Aloft Hotel. The bites, such as the Crispy Brussels, are truly palatable,Continue reading “Eats. Happy Hour Edition”
If you are looking for light fair with a French accent, then Ghyslain on Market is the Louisville culinary haunt for you.