This Week's Edition / October 23, 2014

Fashion & Boutiques

In the news: Nordstrom Rack and NK

Nordstrom Rack, a sister store of the popular department store Nordstrom, is coming to Baton Rouge. No official opening date has been announced, but the store, which will be adjacent to the Mall of Louisiana and located in the same shopping center as Dick’s Sporting Goods, Ulta, and DSW, is on track to open next fall. Nordstrom Rack sells designer apparel at discounted prices. Read the official press release here. In other retail news, NK Boutique is moving from one of its current locations behind AutoZone on Perkins Road to the Perkins Road overpass area on Hollydale Avenue. The new store will appeal to a younger crowd by offering lower price points on its merchandise.



Edit celebrates with Lulu Frost

Edit by LBP is celebrating its first anniversary and inviting you to the party! Starting tomorrow, Oct. 24, through Friday, Oct. 31, the store will be hosting a Lulu Frost trunk show with vintage and retro-inspired jewelry, sold exclusively at Edit. Designer Lisa Salzer’s necklaces, bracelets, and earrings include actual vintage accents. Stop by the Acadian Village shop to view the collection, and get a sneak-peek here.



Health & Beauty

A new place to be pampered

ZaZa nail salon has officially opened its doors on Perkins Road. The salon, which has a chic and modern atmosphere, uses all natural products and offers clients nail and waxing services, as well as eyelash extensions. Customers can book appointments online. The salon also accepts group bookings, including bridal appointments, for parties of five or more.



For nourished lips

To protect your lips this winter, Eyes, Lips, Face—a company known as e.l.f.—has you covered. Its Studio Lip Exfoliator does the job to keep your lips from being chapped. Some ingredients—vitamin E, shea butter, avocado, and grape and jojoba oils—work to condition them, yet like any exfoliator, the product also removes excess skin, leaving your lips feeling smooth and refreshed. Find it online or at a local Target.



Home & Garden

Tour of gardens

This Sunday, Oct. 26, those who participate in the LSU Hilltop Arboretum’s fall garden tour will get an inside look at seven gardens located in the neighborhoods of Southdowns, Old Goodwood and Oak Alley. In addition to the tour, which takes place from 1 to 5 p.m., the event has a plant sale at the arboretum. Click here for garden descriptions and a map. Tickets can be purchased at the LSU Hilltop Arboretum or online.



Champagne stroll

The Foyer, located at 3655 Perkins Road, is hosting a champagne stroll tonight, Oct. 23. Those who go will have the opportunity to browse and shop 80 mini-boutiques within the Foyer selling home furnishings, art, antiques, and more, all the while sipping champagne. The stroll kicks off at 5 p.m.







Lagniappe

Webb Park wine walk

The Webb Park Civic Association is hosting its semi-annual wine walk along Richland Avenue on Friday, Oct. 24, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Three stops are on the agenda. You’re encouraged to bring your own wine glass and fill up at each participating home on the route. Light fare will be served. Parking is available at Grace Baptist Church, and registration is $30 at the event. Proceeds benefit Webb Park’s spring beautification project. Get more details here.



Haints, Haunts and Halloween

Come in costume to a fun-filled afternoon at an old-fashioned country fair. The LSU Rural Life Museum is hosting its Haints, Haunts and Halloween event this Sunday, Oct. 26, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. The afternoon includes activities such as storytelling, face painting, wagon rides, cakewalks, pumpkin decorating, and trick-or-treating. Admission is $5 per person, payable at the entrance to Burden Museum and Gardens, off of Essen Lane. For more information, click here.



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