Oct. 19, 2016 11:21 AM

The 2016 INDStyle Award winners
Photos by Robin May
Go Red for Women and Catholic Services of Acadiana will benefit this week as part of the INDStyle 2016 in-store fundraising events scheduled across the city as part of The Independent’s monthlong fashion campaign. On Thursday Little Town will host the Go Red event and Brother’s will partner with Catholic Services to donate 10 percent of the day’s sales to their respective charities. Catholic Charities will also launch a new Holiday Shopping Partners Card that will provide cardholders a 20 percent discount at many local retailers and restaurants in support of their work. Get the details at Brother’s this week.

In addition to beverages and bites throughout the day, Little Town has a free sussie waiting for the first 50 shoppers. Brother’s will also offer refreshments and treats all day as well as an exclusive viewing of the Kendra Scott holiday collection. Both stores are featuring giveaways and other in-store surprises for shoppers.

The 2016 INDStyle Awards and runway show is slated for Wednesday, Oct. 26, at The Acadiana Center for the Arts. Doors open at 7 p.m and the show starts at 8:15. Joining Little Town and Brothers on the runway will be Aria, Genterie Supply, HerringStone’s, Vanessa V and Pure Barre. Salon partners include Frederick Hair Studio, Robert M’s, Bleu Hair Studio, The Cut House, Studio One 2 one and Mon Reve.

INDStyle honorees for 2016 are Michelle Colon, Kelly Dugas, Giorgio Floridia, Kevin Gordon, Dale Miniex, Valerie Miniex, Asbel Montes, and Andrea and Ken Veron. Sponsors include Moss Motors, Ruffino’s on the River, Party Central, Shop Lafayette, Calzone & Associates and The Aveda Institute.

Tickets are going fast! VIP tickets are $75 and include access to the VIP loft party, runway seating and goody bags. Mezzanine seating is $45, and SRO tickets are $25. More information is available online at www.theind.com/event.

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