Mignon Faget is featured in Where Stylists Shop: The Secret Source List of Designers, Stylists, Editors, Bloggers, Models, Costume Designers, Street-Style Stars, and Tastemakers.
Veteran fashion critic and the Hollywood Reporter fashion editor Booth Moore curates a brilliant collection from the industry’s top tastemakers to give readers the ultimate global guide to the greatest fashion finds in the world. This secret source list by the most fashionable people in the world features the best boutiques, brands, websites, stores, on-line shopping, bargains, and greatest finds in the world.
Mignon Faget is featured in the New Orleans section of the book with an image of our 3801 Magazine Street gallery along with the following exerpt:
“One of New Orleans’s beloved local jewelers, this is the place to go for a special pair of fleur de lis earrings (the fleur de lis is the symbol of Louisiana). In fact, Faget has a whole Louisiana-themed collection (crawfish tie-pin anyone?). But don’t overlook the more abstract pieces either, such as pearl scarf lariat necklaces and honeycomb rings.”
You can pick up your copy of Where Stylists Shop at our 3801 Magazine Street Gallery or our Lakeside Mall Gallery!
Fall is here and with that come the jewelry trends of 2016. Here are our favorite trends from the season that you can wear day to day:
1. STATEMENT PENDANTS
In our Fall issue of MIGNON, we published an article by Grace Wilson Birch that focused on the history and charms of Bayou St. John. This New Orleans neighborhood, defined by its peaceful waterway that flows past City Park and the Cemeteries, has seen a century of progress and peril, and the Parkway Bakery and Tavern has been through it all. Established in 1911, the Parkway served poor boys that fed hungry streetcar conductors and American Can Company workers for decades. Today, the eatery is a key ingredient in the revitalization of this historic area.
Beloved by locals and savvy tourists alike, the Parkway Bakery and Tavern provides a casual place for the community to gather over well-dressed poor boys and gravy fries. Their classic storefront opens into a welcoming space, paved with bricks from their original bakery ovens. We chose to photograph our model in this inviting (and delicious) location to illustrate our admiration for this true, New Orleans original. Now, get on over to the corner of Hagan and Toulouse, grab a bite of history, and tell them Mignon sent you!