METARIE, La., Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Continental Who's Who recognizes Lydia Anne Juge as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the field of Luxury Retail Items and Artwork. Juge is the Owner and CEO of Antiques of Paris/Elan du Jour, an antique store that works out of both New Orleans and Paris, France.
"I am a professional luxury goods buyer in Paris for over a decade with 35 European living and professional experience, and an eye for beauty and value," Juge said. "Recently, one of my table designs has been trademarked."
Juge amassed her extensive field experience as a Manager/Assistant Buyer at Maison Blanche in New Orleans, as an Account Manager at Selfridges/Estee Lauder in London and as the Manager and Luxury Goods Buyer at the American Embassy Commissary in Paris. She holds two degrees in Marketing, one from the University of New Orleans, the other from Louisiana State University.
The current product offering at Elan du Jour includes an extensive variety of antiques – from statues to clothing to decorative vases and urns to musical instruments.
"Elan du Jour aspires that you will discover specially chosen artistic items of excellent quality, each guaranteed to be authentic, for your home or gifting," Juge said.
In recognition of her outstanding contributions to her field, Juge has been honored by the National Association of Professional Women as a VIP Woman of the Year.
When not working, Juge enjoys boating, travel and photography. She dedicates this recognition to Ambassador Pamela Harriman for her support as a leader and stateswoman as well as to her brother, Cary J. Deaton, for his support and inspiration.
For more information, please visit www.elandujour.com.
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SOURCE Continental Who's Who