"Prints are prime ... dress code ... with perennially popular animal patterns at the fore ... especially in the accessories sector. Headgear, too, is back in vogue, part of the head-to-toe style strategy of the season. Making quite a statement Wednesday afternoon was TJ Fisher."
— Robert Janjigian, PALM BEACH DAILY NEWS (THE SHINY SHEET) FASHION EDITOR


"TJ Fisher ... in a flowing dress of purples and magentas. "I wanted everyone to remember New Orleans, so I wore something flashy." ... The Bourbon Street resident took every opportunity to encourage people to come back to the Crescent City and help in its recovery."
— THE DAILY ADVERTISER


"Poised ... charming ... hardy ... Perfect Ten ... Why: 'How many women have the confidence to drive to a black-tie event with the convertible top down?'" — THE PALM BEACH POST

"[TJ Fisher wore a] hat, heels and designer camouflage outfit."
— THE PALM BEACH POST

"A salute to the Little Black Dress ... Who knows what works, style-wise, better than women wired into the social circuitry? They have to look great, night after night, from cocktail parties to fund-raising events to black-tie affairs. For the women here — each with a busy social calendar — the Little Black Dress (LBD for short) is what they reach for again and again. TJ Fisher's social life: small parties ... fund-raisers ... Favorite LBD ... sees her through casual affairs, where she wears it 'funky and L.A.,' with boots and a baseball hat. And dressier parties, worn with strappy shoes and an up-do ... 'I'm very flashy,' ... parties in Aspen where she teams it with boots."
— THE PALM BEACH POST

"Rebellious ... eccentric ... colorful ... outlandish ... silhouette ... wears hats like she's not really wearing a hat at all."
— ISABELLA BLOW, British hat-wearing fashion editor, muse and international style icon

"New Orleans glamorous." — ROY R. GUSTE, JR., the past fifth-generation proprietor of New Orleans' world-renowned Antoine's Restaurant and the author of ten books

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