A Secret Garden

New Orleans spring fashion secrets are revealed in styles that take on everything from loose and languid to distinctly done up, showing off a mix of modern looks.

Theresa Cassagne

 

 

 

 

 

 



Green Serene Citrine snap front jacket by Piazza Sempione and classic five-pocket boot-cut white jeans by Escada, both at Saks; wide brown Agate bangle at Adler’s Jewelers; American vintage circa 1980 floral piece on recycled striped silk sari from Nepal from To Be Continued collection designed by Nancy Rhett.



Floral Fantasy Silk floral print petal cut out dress by Diane Von Furstenberg at Total Woman; blue topaz triple-strand necklace and blue Agate bangle, both at Adler’s Jewelers; white Prada sunglasses at St. Charles Vision; Hand-painted sea snake blue slingback platform pump by Lisa for Donald Pliner at Saint Germain.



Bamboo Beauty: Teal silk print kimono-style dress by Hunter Dixon at Hemline Boutique; Horse pendant Czech Vintage circa 1920 Art Nouveau brass and glass pendant on recycled silk sari from Nepal from To Be Continued collection designed by Nancy Rhett.



Guarded Secret: Cream and plum striped chiffon top, lace lined flounces, embellished shoulder appliqués and three tiered gathered skirt by local designer Meghann Harney at Selvaggio Designs; 18 karat yellow gold and wood linked chain necklace at Adler’s Jewelers; American vintage circa 1970 cast brooch on golden recycled silk sari from Nepal from To Be Continued collection designed by Nancy Rhett; leather platform, peep-toe shoe by House of Harlow from Angelique.

 

Photographed by Theresa Cassagne

Styled by Tracee Dundas

Make-up: Brittney Adams for Make Me Up Studio

Hair: Lan Nguyen for Stardust Salon

Location Assistance: Samantha Hyde

Model: Amanda Rose 

Shot at City Park Botanical Garden

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