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Still need a hat? Shop Christine A. Moore Millinery

The Courier-Journal

April 23, 2017

Hat designer Christine A. Moore of Christine A. Moore Millinery New York will return to Louisville just in time for Oaks and Derby.

Kentucky Oaks jockeys to wear pink for 2017

The Courier-Journal

April 23, 2017

Look for something new this year onthe jockeys who ride in the 2017Longines Kentucky Oaks on May 5.

A Classy Derby (Cover Shot)

Today's Woman Magazine

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Today's Woman Magazine's Derby issue features Christine Moore Hats at Rdes For Her. Check out the cover shot and featured fashion pages.

Style Pops Up in Louisville

The Voice-Tribune

April 5, 2017

The arrival of spring means putting away winter clothes and finding new styles for warmer weather. While everyone loves shopping for well-known luxury brands, it’s also important to support burgeoning designers. Rodes For Her is helping customers do just that by hosting an unforgettable designer event.

SCHMOOZING: Rodes Hosts "Seersucker Social" with Haspel

April 18, 2017

On Thursday, April 13, independent specialty store Rodes hosted a “Seersucker Social” with family-owned American men’s brand Haspel at its store in Louisville, Kentucky.


Haspel President and CEO Laurie Haspel and EVP/Managing Director Will Swillie were on hand to guide customers through the line, raising awareness of seersucker and summer tailored clothing

Pink Out Partnership

Churchill Downs Magazine

Spring 2017

The cancer experience of 25-year-old Betsy Barefoot stands out from that of most women who've battled breast cancer, for one remarkable reason: She kept her long, beautiful brown hair throughout the entire process.

How to wear a seersucker

The Courier-Journal

April 12, 2017

If you choose to wear a seersucker during the Derby season, the premier authority on how to don the staple of southern gentleman's wear id headed to Louisville this week.

Spotlight on Derby Divas

The Voice-Tribune

April 5, 2017

April 20 will see one of the season’s most important charitable events take place at Rodes For Him For Her. Derby Divas is a special night of shopping, fun and friendship to benefit Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program, and proceeds from the event help fund mammograms and other breast health services for underserved women in the community through the Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program, which is funded by the Norton Healthcare Foundation. To get more details on this year’s Derby Divas, we chatted with Co-Founder Susan Vogt.

Cindy Borders Jewelry Show at Rodes For Her

The Courier-Journal

April 9, 2017

Circle April 20 on your calendar. That's the day Cindy Borders will be showing her spring jewelry collection at Rodes For Her, 4938 Brownsboro Road.

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