The high-end retail chain Monkee's has opened their latest store inside the former PNC Bank branch on Brownsboro Road, offering wares from the likes of Chanel, Frye and Tom Ford.
The summer heat may still be bearing down upon the River City, but these five trends for Autumn/Winter 2013 will keep your personal fashion show hot long after the last leaves have been raked.
The ultra-high end local retailer will host the internationally renowned designer Thursday and Friday inside their pop-up boutique at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
The high-end boutique will celebrate its 20th anniversary Saturday with an informal gathering filled with discounts, entertainment, and a review of the boutique's two decade's of operation.
School is back in session, and it's time to dress the part. Allow Louisville.com to help you and your teen get ready for the new school year with a few appropriate trends for fall 2013.
The 44th annual National Street Rod Association Street Rod Nationals Plus thunders into Louisville this weekend, bringing thousands of street rods and horsepower to the Kentucky Exposition Center.
Winston-Salem, N.C.-based high-end retailer Monkee's is set to open a franchise in Louisville August 15, featuring offerings from Kate Spade, Diane von Furstenberg, Michael Kors and more.
Music, discounts, and more come together Friday evening in a shopping event by Westport Village and Southern lifestyle blog StyleBlueprint.
The Feathers & Friends Ken-Ducky Derby Kickoff Gala will be held at the Muhammad Ali Center next Thursday in preparation for the tenth anniversary of the annual event benefiting Harbor House of Louisville.
Friday evening, the Republic Bank First Friday Trolley Hop made its debut in SoFo, ferrying riders from the Galt House hotel to the shopping district located along South Fourth Street between West Muhammad Ali Boulevard and Broadway.
The Shoe Leather Express may still be in service this First Friday, but trolleys will finally make their debut in SoFo during the First Friday SoFo Hop this month.
Comic book fans of all ages converged upon the Kentucky International Convention Center this weekend for the third annual Derby City Comic Con, whose future looks to be a bright one for years to come.