Hemline in River Ranch will celebrate five years in business Thursday, Aug. 23.
IND Monthly Style Editor Amanda Bedgood will join owner Muffy LeBlanc, her staff and Lafayette's fashion-forward women at the boutique for music, drinks, and gifts from its top-selling designers.
After being a part of the franchise for many years, LeBlanc brought the style of Hemline to River Ranch in August 2007. Since then, the small boutique has created a big name for itself through its unique style and excellent customer service.
As a thank-you to its local customers, Hemline is throwing them the ultimate anniversary party starting at 5 p.m.
The store is located at 1910 Kaliste Saloom Road, Suite 200.
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