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White Linen Night fashion 2018: What we saw on Julia Street and at the CAC


With temperatures hovering in the mid-80s, art lovers and bon vivants enjoyed the coolish — for New Orleans — weather for Hancock Whitney White Linen Night on Saturday night (Aug. 4). A see and be seen crowd, the fashion was geared to keeping comfortably chic in white or off-white, with Barley the Bernedoodle the star of Julia Street. (His Instagram: barley.the.bernedoodle)

Of course, the galleries and museums were crowded for this annual event benefitting the Contemporary Arts Center, which debuted the exhibition, “Constructing the Break,” featuring works from 20 regional artists inspired by the landscape surrounding the Mississippi River.

Laura Copus with Barley the Bernedoodle

Dinah L. Rogers, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Laura Copus with Barley the Bernedoodle

Michael Wren

Dinah L. Rogers, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Michael Wren

Lesa and Bill Hall

Dinah L. Rogers, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Lesa and Bill Hall

Ann Hairston

Dinah L. Rogers, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Ann Hairston

Mimi Holaday and Cara Joseph

Dinah L. Rogers, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Mimi Holaday and Cara Joseph

Both wore HALO MIMI hats designed by Mimi Holaday.

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