Something truly unique happened in Louisville over the weekend. Over 400 fashion professionals and fans came together in one place to view the results of something that doesn't happen often.
Urban Attic is tucked away off Bardstown Road, where they have been located for 4 years.
A Louisville fashion fanatic and trendsetter is quickly becoming a household name in the world of Louisville lifestyle and around the country.
Fashion finds the skating rink
Jimmy Davis, 95, owns Buschemeyer’s in Douglass Loop. “I’m a jeweler,” he says. “Learned the trade when I was about 12 years old.”
Recently featured on Fashion World's Facebook page (garnering over 4,000 "likes") and Vogue Italia's online gallery, fashion photographer has come a long way since his teenage creative explorations.
Local filmmaker and photographer Antonio Pantoja has won 16 awards in the last year and doesn't plan to stop his rise any time soon. He hopes to begin his first feature film soon and has acquired rights to a Stephen King story.
"Where else, but Louisville, Kentucky do they party for two weeks for a two minute horse race?" reads a meme floating around Facebook profiles of Louisville residents.
In the Ville: Bardstown Road
In the Ville: Shelby Park
In The Ville: Cherokee Parkway
In the Ville: Longest Ave Heine Brother's