A La Carte 300™ - A TriCentennial Map
New Orleans has grown a tad since Bienville’s cartographer laid out Nouvelle-Orléans’ first map in 1720 - two years after he founded the City on the dry French Quarter quadrant. Two-hundred and ninety-eight years later, BayouWear updates that Carte de la Ville to include the Crescent of the Mississippi cradling today’s City. Our vista, from a Saint’s point of view of course, encompasses Congo Square, Audubon & City Parks and most importantly, the Fairgrounds - home to Jazz Fest.
Theresa Shea, who has worked behind the scenes for 3 decades on our posters, fabrics and buttons, steps out of the shadows to make the banner-towing crimson biplanes fly above enchanted cream clouds whose curiously amorphous shapes cast silhouettes of the instruments that sound 24/7 on the famously musical terrain below. You’ll never get lost in this eternal city with compass buttons that point N, O, J & F - every which way but ordinary. NEW for the TriCentennial: Bayou Boxers™ - Super comfortable shorts in select motifs that flatter you lounging around the house, strolling along the bayou and working out.
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