These majestic tableaux evoke the historical beauty of Carnival in New Orleans, the mystery shrouding the annual traditions, and most powerfully, the magical interiors that play host to its revelry.


Let it Shine
Clockwise from top left: St. John Evening single-button aqua beaded jacket at Saks Fifth Avenue; gold dust globes (set of three) at Eclectic Home; Mark Nason loafers at Rubenstein’s; beaded silk shantung pillow at Eclectic Home; passementerie bridal leather dog collars at Belladonna; vintage necklace by Subversive at Shoefty Garb; and Emma Hope passementerie Mary Janes at Pied Nu.




















Taking the Reigns
Clockwise from top left: Judith Leiber Buddha minaudière from the private collection of Jane Greenberg; James Coviella flapper dress trimmed in brown velvet at Pied Nu; vintage glass beaded bags from the private collection of Jane Greenberg; brass coronet bowl at Little Miss Muffin; Venetian leather journal embossed with Carnival reveler at Scriptura; vintage glass beaded bags from the private collection of Jane Greenberg; Moo Roo feather and pearl evening bag at Saks Fifth Avenue; smoky topaz Manolo Blahnik sandals at Saks Fifth Avenue; and gold leaf bamboo glasses at Pied Nu.















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