This WordPress.com site is the bee's knees

Leave a comment

Resume Building Workshop Thursday, February 20th

Just a friendly reminder, we will be having the CAREER SERVICES workshop THIS Thursday, February 20th @ 5pm in the HUEC Lobby
Someone from career services will discuss with us various resume, cover letter, and interviewing tips!
Don’t miss out, hope to see you there!
(taken from LSU Career Services)

Leave a comment

Hemline for Hearts gets spread in The Advocate

Despite the winter weather of last Saturday, Hemline@LSU members set out to design dresses for a great cause. Alongside the American Heart Association, LSU students constructed garments out of paper hearts, and what a sight to see! Shoppers were able to make donations throughout the four hour construction process, at the Mall of Louisiana, and give their heart to the designer of the dress they liked the most. The winner of the competition, Jade Owens, will be honored at the annual AHA banquet! All the dresses will be on display at the Mall of Louisiana this week. Make sure to stop by, check them out, and enjoy a little shopping!

H4h H4h2 H4h3 H4h4 H4h5 H4h6 photo-2 photo-3 photo-4 photo-5 photo-6 photo-7 photo

Leave a comment

Spring Internship Available


Are you a Fashion Merchandising major looking for a spring internship? New Orleans jewelry company, Culture Shock, LLC. if looking!

Company background: A local Louisiana jewelry company that focuses on international accessories. A respected and rising company, this internship is a great opportunity to be hands-on in the industry. Not only that, but a percentage of the proceeds from every sale go back to international programs, international relief efforts, and educational programs!

Culture Shock is looking for someone who:

  1. Eats, sleeps and breaths fashion
  2. Radiates positive energy
  3. Obsessed with the latest fashion trends


Internship responsibilities:

  1. Collaborate with Merchant to execute the line through cross-functional partnerships
  2. Gather customer info and compile reviews on trade publications and competitor analysis
  3. Research the latest fashion trends
  4. Maintain merchant reports
  5. Sample management
  6. Work with team to monitor financial elements of the new line
  7. Attend industry events


This internship is extremely flexible and majority of the work can be done from home. Require work hours are 5-10 hours per week, and must meet the internship hour requirement set by the university. The internship will count towards your college credit, but is unpaid. Applicants who are eligible will be notified on December 9th.

Interested? Send your resume and cover letter to: christine@cultureshock101.com 

Leave a comment

Fabric Dying Workshop by Andrea Eastin


Beginning January, well-known avant guard fashion designer, Andrea Eastin, will be offering a bunch of cool courses, conceptual and technical, for local fashion students!! The first class will be on the concept of printing on fabric using both paints and print screening. If color manipulation and creating your own textile patterns interest you, you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity!

To get an overview of the workshop schedule and to view pictures click here: http://www.thefairfit.com/printing-patterns-dyes-and-ink-on-fabric-class

For questions about the workshop, you can email thefairfit@gmail.com , and register by clicking here: http://us7.campaign-archive1.com/?u=1ae4f1ccea46adfb0582e5f14&id=715107a08c&e=2e917a5c4e


Leave a comment

Hemline Trunk Show Fall 2013 (Friday Vendors)

Extra Extra! Here’s your last sneak peak!

Last but not least, Hazel & Florange, Ella Rose, JessLeigh Jewels, and Vertu Boutique are going to be struttin’ their stuff next Friday afternoon. The vendors will be set up in the Human Ecology Lobby (across the street from Howe-Russell and the Life Science buildings) from 11-4 pm. Also, another reminder that changing rooms will be provided!

Let’s get to it!

Our first vendor:

Hazel & Florange

hazel logo

From the queen herself, blogger and co-founder of NOLA Fashion Week, comes this “celebration of southern charm.”

Andi Eaton is the perfect example of a Power Woman. She’s energetic, efficient and likes her tea served sweet on the porch of a New Orleans shotgun house. A familiar face to Hemline, she has supported many of our members through internships and NOLA Fashion Week.  Eaton recently opened a store on Charters with Micah Nickens (owner of Gaudet Bros).

Hazel & Flo is for the girl who buys local. She’s totally chic, loves sweet tea, and can’t get enough of parades and brass bands. Sound like your style? Then, you’ll LOVE the merchandise available from Hazel & Florange. Andi will also be selling some graphic Tees, which are to die for.




Our second vendor:

Ella Rose Designs


If you love feminine silhouettes, vibrant colors, and a little glitz and glam, you will adore Ella Rose Designs. LSU Alumni, former Hemline President (2012-2013), and friend, Rose is one of the hottest new commodities to hit the Nola fashion scene. Charming and sweet, she totally embodies her brand and her line.

She will be selling bow ties and lots of super cute skirts that are worth pairing with tights.(you simply won’t be able to wait until spring to wear them!)



Our third vendor:

Jess Leigh Jewels


Jess Leigh Jewels, recently paired with Ella Rose for NOLA Fashion Week S/S’14, is the jewelry equivalent of that glitz and glam gal. Her specialty: refurbishing vintage pieces into unique, handcrafted masterpieces.

She not only handcrafts each piece, but also runs the entire business, solo, while teaching cardio/jazzercise classes at Dance Trance Fitness. Can you say WONDER WOMAN?! You can find her store on Magazine Street, so make sure to check it out!



And, our absolute final vendor:

Vertu Boutique


A trendy little boutique, located in the Zachary area, Vertu has an wide range of options to choose from.

vertu 1

vertu 2


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 586 other followers