After Thanksgiving, holiday shopping is in full gear. Do you know where to start? Save yourself some time and money by checking out these four Louisville malls to help with your holiday shopping. Each location has its own specialty stores and a store for every person’s interest.
J. Nicolle Salon & Spa is located downtown on Market St, in the heart of New Albany, which recently moved from its former location in Sellersburg, Ind. J. Nicolle is a very chic Aveda Concept Salon, and provides hair design, extensions, hair color, manicures, pedicures, facials, massage, body waxing, makeup services and lash extensions. Upon arrival, the friendly staff greets you and gets you checked in quickly.
Princess Diana sported the most fashionable formal wear to important events. The princess wore fabulous suits and glamorous dresses. Jacques Azagury, Gianni Versace and Valentino were favorites for her evening looks.
“Diana: A Celebration” has nine galleries containing 150 objects, including her royal wedding gown and 28 designer dresses, suits and evening gowns worn by the Princess during her public life. There are photos of the outfits, and details of the events in which the outfits were worn.
The Frazier History Museum hosted Girls Night Out with “Diana. The event included mini-massages, eye makeup makeovers, tarot card readings, palm readings, royal jewelry, photo booths appetizers and chocolates.
“Diana: A Celebration,” has the Royal Wedding gallery, which includes the famous 19th century fairy tale fantasy inspired wedding gown with the 25-ft train, by Elizabeth and David Emanuel, a surprising choice.
The “Diana: A Celebration” exhibit arrived at the Frazier Museum in September, just after the 15 year anniversary of her death, and will be there through January 13, 2013. The exhibit includes videos, photos and objects that embody Diana’s life. Visitors will get to see Diana’s life from a young child, to school-aged, athlete and the shy Kindergarten teacher who charmed Prince Charles.; the stunning bride, incredible mother, daughter and sister; and the humanitarian who touched the lives of people all around the world.
Election Day has arrived, say goodbye to all of the campaign ads, speeches and constant phone calls. There are two candidates with various issues. People may disagree on politics, but a common ground for everyone is fashion. Behind the candidates, there are two leading ladies, Michelle Obama and Ann Romney
Les Filles Boutique, meaning “The Girls,” is a women’s accessories boutique. The store is a mix of a boutique and gallery setting. Les Filles sells hair accessories, handbags, accessories, handcrafted and artisan jewelry. In 2009, owners Cathy Akright and Melissa Murphy-Willis opened the boutique in The Westport Village Shopping Center.