Hattie Collins Moll - Fashion Influencer
At only 31 years old, Hattie Collins Moll has transformed her fashion dreams into a reality when she opened her boutique Hattie Sparks in Uptown New Orleans. Hattie recognized a need for a platform that featured local, southern, independent brands and artists in a curated, boutique environment. From her early days working at Anthropologie to rising and owning her boutique, Hattie is an inspiration to all by incorporating local and national brands in her boutique.
The boutique is now located in New Orleans' up-and-coming South Market District.
Shanna Forrestall - ACTRESS | FILM PRODUCER
A professional actress and film producer with Louisiana roots currently residing now in Los Angeles. Shanna Forrestall has been working in the production industry as an actress and producer since 2004. Forrestall is an established actress whose work can be seen on commercial, web, television and on feature film projects ranging from low budget independents to large studio films. She was the host of Southern Fried Homicide on the Investigation Discovery. As an accomplished producer, her projects include completing short documentary project on schools for underprivileged children shot entirely in India. She is passionate about her craft as well as giving back to the community through charitable efforts to nonprofits such as Launch Louisiana.
Raegan Charleston - JEWLERY DESIGNER
Raegan Charleston interest in crafting jewelry started as a child as she watched her mother and grandparents carefully craft giant swaths and sheets of copper into works of art. This was the beginning of her appreciation for design and transforming metal and other materials into jewelry. Influenced by sculptures, architecture, and literature, Charleston designs accessories as strong and bold as the personality they adorn. Her wearable art has been featured in national print publications, red carpet events, by trendsetting men and women worldwide, and New Orleans celebrities. Outside of design, Charleston balances studying Law at Loyola University and aspires to use her degree to help other female entrepreneurs navigate the world of fashion and retail.