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Photographed by Jeffery Johnston



Dress for Success is “Going Places. Going Strong.” They have settled in to their new home at 6117 Magazine St., filling their boutique with fantastic clothing options for their clients – including a recent donation of more than 100 new items from the Worth Collection.

This month they will have several events around town, including a clothing drive at SöPö and a fashion event by Hotel Storyville and The Little Black Dress Club on the 24th.

This will all culminate on Friday, January 17, at The Roosevelt New Orleans as honorary chairs Daphne Berger, Lisa Biderman, CeCe Colhoun and Lauren Hotard (who have served as chairs of this event for the past three years) along with new board member and 2014 chair, Meaghan Ryan Bonavita, welcome you to attend the “Suits & Salads” luncheon.

The luncheon will feature seven local “StyleSetters” representing stores including: Angelique, Ballin’s, Em’s, MIMI & CeCe Shoe, SöPö, Weinstein’s and Worth.

For more information and to purchase tickets to the luncheon and other events, call 891-4337 or visit DressForSuccess.org/NewOrleans.

Special thanks to Juli Miller Hart for conceiving this cover and all of her hard work to make it possible.


 

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