Lagniappe Magazine - Lagniappe Winter 2021

Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is considered a taboo topic—avoided not only because it makes us uncomfortable, but because the act of discussing the subject forces us to admit that it is real and happening right here in our own community. Junior League…

Héritage

“Plans are well under way for the Junior League’s masquerade ball on Friday evening, March 1, which will be one of the gayest features of the Carnival and one which will be attended by numbers of fashionables of all…

Letter from the Editor

  Tragedy, natural disasters and calamity in other forms have always underscored the fragility of mankind. During such times, we think of our loved ones and wonder “What if…?” Who champions for the lesser informed or those without resources to…

Letter from the President

  As we enter this holiday season, it is a perfect time to reflect on all that we have to be grateful for.  From the COVID-19 pandemic and the devastation to parts of Louisiana due to Hurricane Ida, we’ve experienced…

Making Spirits Bright

From office parties to black-tie galas and everything in between, there's no wrong occasion for a pair of earrings or a brooch by local artist PolyPaige. Christmas lights with plugs at the top? Perfectly paired with a cocktail dress. Gold-and-red…