Doyenne's The Residency was a gathering designed to catalyze authentic relationships, advocacy & collaboration by providing women with resources and relationships to flourish in the world today.
Los Angeles, March 2018
Doyenne convened over 300 of the sharpest minds in business, policy and culture for an intimate day dedicated to education, personal growth and connection.
The Residency included panels, workshops, round table discussions, gourmet food, activations, a female lead marketplace, and inspiring leaders from around the country.
The Paramour Estate was built in the early 1920’s to be the home of oil heiress Daisy Canfield and her dashing silent film star husband, Antonio Moreno.
In the 1930’s, the estate was re-designated as the Chloe P. Canfield School for Girls in honor of Daisy’s mother. The academy offered a full education to orphan girls starting during the Great Depression through to the early 1950’s. The school also provided scholarships to students so they could attend college after graduation.
In 1954, the estate became the Convent of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception. The Sisters used the mansion as a chapel and boarding house, providing food and comfort to girls and young women in need.
In 1998, the property was purchased by designer and hotelier Dana Hollister. Over the last twenty years, the estate has been featured as a location in countless feature films, editorial fashion layouts and ad campaigns. It has also provided inspiration to artists and musicians, and played host to concerts and charity events. Recently, the estate has been made available for luxury accommodations.