|SHE OF LOUISVILLE
211 Clover Lane
Sylvia Heisel - Meet the designer and see selections for weddings and Derby.
Mary Louise and Coralia Leets - Showing of semi-precious jewelry.
Cindy Borders Jewelry - Personal appearance.
The Summit Shopping Center
Through May 5
The store will feature hats from Gabriel Amar for Frank Olive. A portion of proceeds from sales will benefit the Louisville Oral School.
153 Chenoweth Lane
April 11-12 (10 am-7 pm)
Kathleen Balbona hat trunk show
April 18-21 (10 am-7 pm)
Derby Day and Evening Wear - Collections by Douglas Hannant, Oscar de la Renta and Jackie Rogers.
April 21-25 (10 am-7 pm)
Evening Gowns - Featuring Badgley Mischka, Chris Kole and Baratelli
April 27-29 (10 am-7 pm)
|NICHOLA'S BOUTIQUE & GALLERY DERBY DRESS UP|
Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center - 1860 Mellwood Ave.
April 8 (11 am- 6 pm)
Trunk show featuring fashions by Nichola's, Abby Glen, jewelry and Derby hats by Noelle.
|HATS FOR HOPE
Frazier Hall at Bellarmine University
2001 Newburg Road
April 13 (6-9:30 pm)
A silent auction of about 200 new, designer and gently used Derby hats. Non-hat items will also be auctioned. Hors d'oeuvers, wine and dessert served. Benefits the American Cancer Society's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer." Admission: $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
|EVERYTHING BUT THE DRESS|
A Little Peace Cafe
Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center
1860 Mellwood Avenue
April 15 (11:30 am - 3 pm)
Original Derby hats, jewelry and handbags from the shops and studios in the Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center, including Nichola's Boutique & Gallery, Celia's Boutique, Robbie Moriarty, Scooter Davidson, and Amazing Gifts and Accessories
|SISTERHOOD OF THE FLAME JEWELRY SHOW
Best Western Brownsboro Inn
4805 Brownsboro Road
April 15 (10 am - 5 pm)
Several women artists showcasing hand-crafted jewelry made by the metalsmith process.
|THE APPLE PATCH HAT AFFAIR|
Marriott Louisville Downtown
280 W. Jefferson St.
April 17 (5:30-9:30 pm)
Reservations due by April 10.
Live and silent auction. Custom hats by Hats by Heather and hats by Kathy Olliges of Dee's and volunteers.
|HATS FROM THE HEART
Kentucky Derby Museum
704 Central Avenue
April 18 (6 pm)
Featuring a personal appearance and the couture collection of Czech Republic fashion designer Osmany Laffita. Fashions from Oxmoor Center. Hats from Gabriel Amar or Frank Olive designed by local and New York designers. Benefits Court Appointed Special Advocates, Children's Miracle Network, Kentucky Derby Museum, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Louisville Deaf Oral School and the McCauley House.
|HATS AND HPNOTIQ|
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
715 W. Main Street
April 20 (5-8 pm)
One-of-a-kind Derby hats for sale. Specialty drinks made with Hpnotiq. Hats, scarves, purses, and ties in the Gallery Shop. Trunk shows by hat designers Angie Schultz, Jill Henning, Polly Singer and Ann deVuono. Churchill Downs betting expert John Asher will give a short talk on "The Art of Betting."
|EPISCOPAL CHURCH HOME WOMEN'S BOARD SPRING LUNCHEON AND STYLE SHOW
3701 Frankfort Avenue
April 21 (11:30 am)
The theme is "Flowers on Parade." Fashions by Ginna's of Brownsboro Plaza. Catering by Masterson's.
|DERBY HAT SHOW LUNCHEON|
1314 Bardstown Road
April 22 (11 am - 3 pm)
Fashions by Blink Boutique and She of Louisville. Hats by New York minniner Christine Moore from Luna Boutique. Moore will discuss hat making and Derby hat fashions. Lunch by Avalon.
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