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more about: Alabama
As Mardi Gras comes to a close, we reached out to our friends in the Gulf to see how the South celebrated Carnival season this year. From Mobile to the Crescent City the crowds didn’t disappoint.
This historic neighborhood in Alabama is the place to go for local products and gifts you won’t find anywhere else.
Your water cooler talk, updated. Here, the five Southern bits of news that are making waves this week.
Never again will we doubt the notion that a quilt could be sexy. Last week Herve Leger by Max Azria—the brand known for its signature body-shaping bandage dresses—debuted a gorgeous spring collection that paid tribute to the quilting women of Gee’s Bend, Alabama during its New York Fashion Week show.
Theresa Harper Bruno’s unique pearl pieces have a national following that includes a certain well-dressed First Lady. And for our Southern Living readers, she’s offering one of her iconic bracelets (which normally retails for $495) for just $350!