Sentimental Encore

Theresa Cassagne

Illustrations by Kathryn Stoll Mills | Makeup by Brandie Hopstein
Hair by Niki Walker Salon | Market Editor by Mirella Cameran
Models: 2013 “Sentimental Journey” co-chairs
Caroline Robert and Daphne Berger in Garden Party Attire


In a city that reveres preservation, Longue Vue House & Gardens is a crown jewel. Edith and Edgar Stern fashioned their beloved estate on Bamboo Road, embarking on an around-the-world voyage during its construction and capturing their exploits in a memoir. The eponymously named “Sentimental Journeys” is now an elegant evening of entertainment bringing local philanthropists, luxury brands and corporations together to raise funds featuring an auction of uniquely imagined travel experiences. Proceeds support Longue Vue’s art, design, horticulture and preservation programming – a fitting tribute to the Stern’s spirit of adventure and romance. On April 19, Caroline Robert and Daphne Berger, partnering with Iberia Bank, Tattinger Champagne, Ferrari and Galatoire’s, join their league of Longue Vue enthusiasts to present “Sentimental Journeys 2013: Venetian Carnevale.” For more information, visit LongueVue.com.

Tadashi Shoji paillette embroidered lace dress in celadon at Perlis; Daphne’s necklace by Iradj Moini from her personal collection.

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