Wednesday, May 9, 2012
|Photos by Kevin Ste Marie|
Lafayette’s fashion-forward men and women and philanthropic supporters packed the Feed & Seed downtown for Hemline’s semi-annual fashion show. This year’s spring show, titled “A Dream in Color,” featured menswear from Maven Menswear and eyewear from LAspecs, along with the latest styles from Hemline. The rustic and charming 1920s structure was decked out by Richard Young and his company, Event Rental. A fabulous team of stylish models walked the runway in support of local nonprofit Hearts of Hope, which works to lessen the trauma experienced by child and adult victims of sexual abuse and sexual assault.
(1) Downtown’s Feed & Seed (2) Jacob Landry, Megan Martinez and Chase Leger (3) Dextria Sapp and Trey Woodrum (4) Setareh Mirian, Rozalyn Galyean and Jellyn Morvant (5) Andres Proano, Muffy LeBlanc, Kevin Ste Marie, Christina Barbier and Daniel Barbier (6) Megan Martinez (7) (top) Stephen Barker, Mary Guidry, Crystall Young, Liz Landry, Setareh Mirian and Stephanie Collins; (bottom) Diana McCormick, Bria Papia and Joyce Mire (8) Jacob Landry, Bobby Hines, Ross Goodlett, Azeez Alli-Balogun, Diana McCormick, Brandon Barrett, Trey Woodrum, Chase Leger, Austin Lyons and Andy Burrell (9) Laura Hebert and Madison McIntyre (10) Nicole Touchet (11) Madison McIntyre (12) Nandi Linscombe and Chase Leger
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