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FASHION FORWARD The new ways to shop eco-friendly

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NEW YEAR

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Imagine a senior living community that offers style and sophistication - along with a culture that residents describe as warm and welcoming. La Posada, a Continuing Care Retirement Community in Palm Beach Gardens, is where you’ll find that perfect blend of luxury and hospitality. Ideally situated on 22 prime acres across from The Gardens Mall, La Posada provides a life of distinction, conveniently located next to shopping, fine dining, entertainment and the area’s best medical centers. From the picturesque lake views to the meticulously landscaped grounds, from the convenience of an on-site aquatic center to the variety of cuisines in our five dining venues, your days will be filled with engagement, ease and entertainment. Our brand new expansion Mallorca, offers 54 high-end, luxurious Independent Living apartments, most with breathtaking panoramic lake views. Additionally, we’ve added new amenities, including 4 distinct dining venues to choose from. Our associates have been trained in the impeccable customer service standards of the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide. Our resort-style environment is conducive to active adults at every level, offering splendid amenities and fine dining options aimed at helping residents master The Art of Living Well®. Discover all the available options to fit your desired lifestyle.

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CONTENTS Vo l u m e 2 0 | I s s u e 2 | Fe b r u a r y 2 0 2 0

features 40 SPRING FORWARD

Springtime silhouettes flow agains a beach backdrop.

48 CONSCIOUS SHOPPING Up the eco-friendly game with clothing that’s good for the earth.

54 SOLO TRAVEL The girls’ guide to traveling abroad.

60 MODERN REMODEL Designer Lisa Lalaounis revamps a Jupiter home.

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CONTENTS

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30 26 departments 16 PUBLISHER’S LETTER

36 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK

Words from Donna Lewis

Experience the romance of Florence, Italy, at a Lungarno Collection Property

20 GUIDE TO FEBRUARY The most anticipated happenings this month

24 STYLE FILE

Accent your wardrobe with Pantone’s COTY

26 JEWELRY

Hearts for your sweetheart

28 BEAUTY

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30 BOUTIQUE BUZZ

Tropical furnishings from Serena & Lily

106 SPOTLIGHT

Scusi Trattoria excels in coastal Italian cuisine

108 COCKTAIL HOUR Meet PGA Tour veteran Brad Faxon over drinks with Josh Cohen

117 SOCIAL CALENDAR Must-attend events

118 SCENE + HEARD

Were you at the hottest events this season?

profiles 32 RACING DREAMS Oliver Askew accelerates into his dream job by competing in the IndyCar Series.

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34 LIFE-CHANGING JEWELS Get to know La Costa Organic Jewelry designer Soraya Thornton.

ON THE COVER Photo by Ian Jacob

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What if we never stumbled ? Could we avoid the pain of a fall ?

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We think so. Prevention Works Let’s break the cycle of drug and alcohol addiction before it begins.

Talk Early • Talk Often Talk Age Appropriate

Contributing Writers Clarissa Buch Jana Soeldner Danger Alyssa Morlacci Gloria Stuart D E S IG N Art Director Craig R. Cottrell, Jr.

Visit our website and learn more about how to talk openly with your children.

P H OTOG R A P HY Contributing Photographers Ian Jacob Kenrick Mills Ron Rosenzweig

Make Your Plans to Join Us for the Following Events and Support the Hanley Foundation

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25th Annual FAMILY PICNIC 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, March 8, 2020 National Croquet Center West Palm Beach

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2020 Golf Classic 7:30 am – 3:00 pm, April 6, 2020 Banyan Cay West Palm Beach

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Production Coordinators Brian Beach • George Davis Production Assistant Kassandre Kallen Advertising Design Coordinator Jeffrey Rey CU STOM P U B L I SHI N G Editor and Director, Custom Content Michelle Lee Ribeiro Editor, Naples Custom Content Cathy Chestnut S U B S CRIP TI O N S 800.308.7346 Volume 20, Number 2. Jupiter Magazine is published 10 times a year by Palm Beach Media Group. Standard postage paid at South Florida and additional offices. USPS #021-652. POSTMASTER, send address changes to: P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. For general and advertising inquiries, call 800.308.7346. Copyright 2020, Palm Beach Media Group. All rights reserved. No part of this periodical may be reproduced without the written permission of Palm Beach Media Group. Neither the publishers nor the advertisers will be held responsible for any errors found in the magazine.

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• Estate and Business Planning • Asset Protection Planning • Estate, Gift, & Generation Skipping Tax Minimization Planning • Charitable Gift Planning • Trust and Estate Administration

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his year, my valentine and I celebrated 30 years together (dating and married). That’s quite a milestone—and I suddenly feel quite old—but the truth is, it has flown by like Cupid’s arrow surreptitiously fired from his bow. I remember our early days, all the traveling we did before children and how exciting life was, marveling at all the firsts, the adventures, the unforeseen. Traveling provides a unique bonding experience, and I have enjoyed all of my couple, family and girls’ trips, but one thing I have never done is travel alone. The subject intrigued me after we profiled successful solo traveler and blogger Alyssa Ramos from mylifesatravelmovie.com, who shares her journeys through spectacular locales on her gorgeous Instagram account. In this issue, we bring you six destinations worthy of solo travel—one courtesy of Ramos—so you can explore and unwind without dealing with distractions or having to coordinate with others. It’s no surprise to me that affluent magazine readers are the most frequent travelers. According to the Association of Magazine Media, within the last year, magazine readers took more trips for business and pleasure, embarked on more domestic and international vacations, owned more personal leisure watercraft, went on more cruises and rented more cars than consumers of any other medium, including the internet, TV, radio and mobile apps. This survey also noted that this demographic is most likely to vacation in Asia, Africa, Australia, the Caribbean, Europe and Florida. Affluent travelers trust print journalism more than online and social media platforms, and we’re proud to have earned that same trust from you, our loyal readers. As mentioned in our January issue, our titles have been acquired by Palm Beach Media Group, so expect great changes to come this new year as we improve on an already great print publication. Thanks for joining us on the ride!

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Visit us in Jupiter We’re opening a brand new location Private Wealth Management Palm Beach Wealth Consulting Services, part of Private Wealth Management, is pleased to announce the opening of our Jupiter office. 1044 North US Highway 1 (adjacent to 1000 North) Suite 204 Jupiter, FL 33477 About Robert E. DeForest, CIMA® and John C. Castronuovo, CFP®, CAP® – Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisors, 2019 – Over 45 years combined experience in investment management for clients and their families – Previous tenures with Merrill Lynch and Wachovia Securities (DeForest) and UBS AG Private Bank (Castronuovo) – Co-manage a team of five within Private Wealth Management Services offered – Banking services, Resource Management Account (RMA) with cash management features – Lending, including secured lines of credit and mortgages

Our services are by appointment only and best suited to clients with $5 million or more in investable assets. To arrange a consultation, contact: Dina Lictro Team Administrator 561-659-9617 855-739-6740 toll free d.lictro@ubs.com Robert E. DeForest, CIMA® Senior Vice President–Wealth Management Senior Portfolio Manager Private Wealth Advisor robert.deforest@ubs.com John C. Castronuovo, CFP®, CAP® Senior Vice President–Wealth Management Private Wealth Advisor john.castronuovo@ubs.com Palm Beach Wealth Consulting Services UBS Financial Services Inc. Private Wealth Management 525 Okeechobee Boulevard, Suite 1500 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisors list is comprised of approximately 2,200 financial advisors. It was developed by SHOOK Research and is based on in-person and telephone due diligence meetings to measure factors such as quality of practice, industry experience, compliance record, assets under management (which vary from state to state) and revenue. Neither UBS Financial Services Inc. nor its employees pay a fee in exchange for these ratings. Past performance is not an indication of future results. Investment performance is not a criterion because client objectives and risk tolerances vary, and advisors rarely have audited performance reports. Rankings are based on the opinions of SHOOK Research, LLC and not indicative of future performance or representative of any one client’s experience. Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, Certified finanCial PlannerTM and federally registered CFP (with flame design) in the US, which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board’s initial and ongoing certification requirements. CIMA® is a registered certification mark of the Investments & Wealth Institute™ in the United States of America and worldwide. As a firm providing wealth management services to clients, UBS Financial Services Inc. offers both investment advisory services and brokerage services. Investment advisory services and brokerage services are separate and distinct, differ in material ways and are governed by different laws and separate arrangements. It is important that clients understand the ways in which we conduct business and that they carefully read the agreements and disclosures that we provide to them about the products or services we offer. For more information, please review the PDF document at ubs.com/workingwithus. Private Wealth Management is a division within UBS Financial Services Inc., which is a subsidiary of UBS AG. © UBS 2020. All rights reserved. UBS Financial Services Inc. is a subsidiary of UBS AG. Member FINRA/SIPC. CJ-UBS-1416886354 Exp.: 01/31/2021

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South Beach Wine & Food Festival Returns To Palm Beach County After a successful inauguration in Palm Beach County last year, the renowned Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF) will host two events in Palm Beach as part of its 2020 lineup. On Feb. 20, Martha Stewart will join James Beard Award semi-finalist and Palm Beach County resident chef Clay Conley and James Beard Award finalist chef Katie Button at Buccan for a night of fresh, vibrant dishes. The trio will combine traditional American flavors with authentic cuisine from Spain, accompanied by wine from from the Neyers wines portfolio. World-renowned chef Mauro Colagreco will host a decadent wine-pairing dinner at Florie’s, his restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, Feb. 21. For more info on the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, visit jupitermag.com.

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Top 100 Restaurants Buccan and Krave were featured on OpenTable’s 2019 “Top 100 Restaurants in America List.” This makes Palm Beach County the only county in Florida to have more than one restaurant make the list.

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Honda Classic The world’s top PGA Tour players will visit Palm Beach County for the 48th annual event from Feb. 24 to March 1. Net proceeds will benefit various South Florida charities through Children’s Healthcare Charity.

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Cones and Coffee The collaborative café between Jupiter’s Pumphouse Coffee Roasters and Coral Cones ice cream shop is now open in the Jupiter Inlet Village. Enjoy locally roasted brews, espresso, housemade waffle cones, ice cream, affogatos, cold brew floats and more.

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Frances Valentine Known for its high-end handbags, shoes and accessories, Frances Valentine has opened its third brick-and-mortar store on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. This Kate Spade legacy brand has two other locations in New York City and Sag Harbor, New York.

DOWNTOWN PALM BEACH GARDENS Downtown at the Gardens has officially changed its name to Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. Alongside the name change, shoppers can expect new branding to appear across the lifestyle center in early 2020. Subculture Coffee is also making its way to the newly minted shopping plaza this spring. Its small-batch roasted coffee, acai bowls, curated beer and wine selections, sandwiches and more have created a cult following for the brand, which has locations in West Palm Beach, Delray Beach and Jupiter. Read more at jupitermag.com.

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Sassafras SubCulture Group’s newest restaurant brings Southern eats to downtown West Palm on Narcissus Avenue. The eatery plans to utilize ingredients from the West Palm GreenMarket and local farms.

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Experience 300 national and local fine artists at one of the top-ranked art shows in the nation, the ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival. Enjoy artist demonstrations and live entertainment Feb. 15 and 16 in downtown Abacoa. Shop, eat and drink while kids have fun in the ArtiKids Zone, where there will be art activities, interactive challenges, bounce games, face painting and photo ops. (Ticket prices vary; artigras.org)

PALM BEACH SHOW

The 17th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show— renamed The Palm Beach Show—returns Feb. 13 to 18 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Explore the showcase of high-end items spanning several periods and movements. (Tickets from $20; palmbeachshow.com)

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Keep your feet and eyes on the ground Feb. 22 and 23 during the Street Painting Festival in downtown Lake Worth Beach. While enjoying live music and food, watch as more than 600 artists decorate the pavement with temporary works of remarkable chalk art. (Free; streetpaintingfestivalinc.org)

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Compete with family, friends and neighbors at the Palm Beach Paddlefest. Along with the 2-mile, 6-mile and kid’s fun race Feb. 8, take part in free kayak eco-tours, yoga, music, face painting and more at Harbourside Place. (Ticket prices vary; palmbeachpaddlefest.com)

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Explore hundreds of gallerystyle booths at the 19th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts, located on Dixie Highway from Bridge Road to Venus Street. Stroll among life-sized sculptures, spectacular paintings, one-of-akind-jewels, photography and ceramics Feb. 1 and 2. (Free; hobesound.org)

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ALICE + OLIVIA lisa strong shoulder jumpsuit; $440; available at aliceandolivia.com

DOONEY & BURKE florentine bristol satchel; $398; available at dooney.com

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TIFFANY & CO. heart-shaped solitaire diamond ring in platinum; from $2,280; available at Tiffany & Co. in The Gardens Mall; tiffany.com

pave diamond heart-shaped pendant in 18-karat yellow gold; $4,950; available at Hamilton Jewelers on Worth Avenue; hamiltonjewelers.com

BETTERIDGE 18-karat pink gold and diamond heart ear studs; $605; available at Betteridge on Worth Avenue; betteridge.com

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PAUL FORREST white mother-of-pearl dial and pink diamond heart in 18-karat white gold; $32,500; available at Provident Jewelry in Jupiter; providentjewelry.com

MAYORS diamond heart pendant in18-karat white gold; from $2,000; available at Mayors in The Gardens Mall; mayors.com

LE VIAN 14-karat honey gold bolo bracelet with nude diamonds, $3,298; 14-karat pendant with nude diamonds, $2,980; 14-karat honey gold ring with nude diamonds, $2,948; available at Jared the Galleria of Jewelry in Legacy Place; levian.com

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“The spirit of Palm Beach aligned with Serena & Lily. It is so much like [that of ] California, where the store originated.”

Serena & Lily Shop custom curated coastal furniture and décor.

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hen designing a coastal home complete with pieces that can brave tropical weather, look no further than Serena & Lily in Palm Beach. The storefront off North County Road marks the brand’s first location in the state and offers seaside furnishings curated specifically for South Florida, with customizable options available to suit any abode. The Serena & Lily team looked for the perfect Florida outpost for two years, searching throughout Naples, Miami and West Palm Beach before landing on its current locale. Many factors contributed to this decision, notes Design Shop leader An Barz, including diversity of clients, the building itself and the fact that Palm Beach is always transitioning. The island’s coastal-chic vibe was also a huge influence. “The spirit of Palm Beach aligned with Serena & Lily,” Barz says. “It is so much like [that of] California, where the store originated.” The bright and airy shop sports an art deco façade that is original to the building. At the entrance, an art piece by Serena Dugan, half of Serena & Lily, hangs above an all-weather white- and blue-themed outdoor living 30

room. Numerous furniture vignettes look as if they were pulled straight from a luxury beach house, with each outfitted with items ideal for Palm Beach, some exclusively on display at this location. Given Serena & Lily’s California origins, the creatives behind the coastal brand wanted to set this store apart with a distinctive Palm Beach feel. They achieved this through pineapple details in the wallpaper and pillows, sea coral décor and art commissioned from local artists. Namely a space for home furniture, the store also acts as a gallery where each piece is for sale. Natural materials are used wherever possible, from bleached coconut chandeliers and natural fiber rugs to rattan and bamboo furniture sourced from small villages. For its rattan items, Serena & Lily works with artisans who are experts at harvesting, sorting, shaping and weaving the material. “We support the craftsmen of small villages,” Barz says. “The least we can do is give back to them.” In-house designers are at the ready to help those in need of decorating assistance. They’re available to aid in every step of the interior design process, starting with creating a mood board and continuing through to home visits to complete the project. The store’s Design Center also allows clients to personalize their furniture down to the fabric, with most choosing a performance option that can stand up to busy family life. Customers can further customize with wood swatches and wall coverings, all with a beachy theme.

> Serena & Lily, 101 N. County Road, Palm Beach; 561.461.7010; serenaandlily.com

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In the Fast Lane This March, Oliver Askew will compete in his first IndyCar race of the season, the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. By Clarissa Buch Photography by Kenrick Mills

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few years into Oliver Askew’s racing career, he skidded toward retirement. The sport had become too expensive for Askew’s family; after selling their boat and taking out a second mortgage on their home, they couldn’t afford to support their son much longer. That’s when he got picked up by the world-recognized Ocala Gran Prix (OGP) team, which would drive his racing career to places he could only dream of. “Racing is one of the most expensive sports,” Askew says. “Once I joined OGP, I started racing nationally, qualifying for championships and meeting world-class professional drivers. It completely transformed my career.” A little over a decade later, Askew, 23, signed to Arrow McLaren SP’s 2020 driver line-up after winning the championship title in the 2019 Indy Lights series, which earned him a $1.1 million scholarship for this year and guaranteed him entry in the Indy 500 and two other IndyCar races. In March, Askew will take to the road for his first race of the season, the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. “My goal for the last decade has been to become an IndyCar driver,” Askew says. “Now I’ll be a rookie next season, which means I have to come up with a few more goals. Of course, I want to win a race, which would be a huge accomplishment. This racing series is probably the most competitive in the world.” Born in Melbourne, Florida, and raised in Jupiter, Askew started racing when he

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was 7 years old after his father gifted him an afternoon of go-karting at the Palm Beach International Raceway. “Racing doesn’t run in the family,” Askew says. “My dad thought it could be a fun father-son bonding activity. None of us knew it would lead to this, but my parents have been completely supportive ever since. They know how rare it is to find your passion at such a young age.” About a year later, Askew started racing regionally and slowly progressed through

local ranks. After he was picked up by OGP, Askew won numerous races and accolades, including a $200,000 Road to Indy scholarship, which earned him a ride in the 2017 USF2000 Championship. “You know, I’ve been asked for advice before,” Askew says. “I got a late start into racing. I didn’t throw myself out there and get people to notice me until I was a bit older. It’s important for drivers to be well-rounded and approachable. It’s as much about how you present yourself on the track and off.”

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Rodney B. Fink Education Pavilion 120 Scripps Way, Building B, Jupiter, FL 33458 The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. RSVP today to reserve your space at scripps.edu/frontrowfl. For questions or more information, call (561) 228-2084 or email frontrowfl@scripps.edu.

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An Organic Transformation

Soraya Thornton marked her third career change as the designer of La Costa Organic Jewelry. By Clarissa Buch Photography by Kenrick Mills

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oraya Thornton never imagined she would become a successful jewelry designer—let alone at age 50. Earlier in her life, she pursued a career in computer hardware and software sales, a professional path that required extensive travel and long hours. Things changed after Thornton got married, had two kids, and shifted into a role as a teacher at her children’s school. It was there that Thornton discovered jewelry making. “I honestly just fell into it,” the now 57-yearold Jupiter local says. “I started working with crystals and beads, and people started to take to my designs. I got an inkling that this could transform into something.” After designing jewelry part-time, Thornton left teaching behind to launch her company. By her 50th birthday, Thornton marked her third career move—as the owner of La Costa Organic Jewelry. In this role, Thornton and her team strive to make women feel beautiful with handcrafted natural gemstone and crystal jewelry. “My birthday was when we launched the brand as it is today,” she explains. “We’ve evolved quite a bit since then, but the whole focus has always been offering something different in the jewelry world.” In the last seven years, La Costa has established itself as a jewelry leader in a crowded and competitive industry. Thornton’s collection is a staple at luxury resorts, including Mar-A-Lago, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Ritz-Carlton and Biltmore as well as upscale boutiques and art galleries throughout the continental U.S., Caribbean and Hawaii. From rings and necklaces to bracelets and earrings, La Costa collaborates with master jewelers in Italy and Turkey, who hand-cut the gemstones and crystals and meticulously place the materials within each piece. Every item

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starts with a custom design by Thornton and takes a few months to produce. The La Costa collection is broken down into casual, chic and glamorous categories, ranging in price from $60 to $1,000, depending on the style and stone. “We use no chemicals, heat or color treatments,” she explains of the design process. “Everything is all-natural, and every item is one of a kind because no two stones are ever quite the same. When people see our items, they often think it’s all fine jewelry because of the brilliance, but it’s actually an entirely natural stone concept.”

Through La Costa, Thornton has also given back to the community by donating 10 percent of profits to charities. To date, the company has contributed $200,000 to various local and national nonprofits benefitting cancer research and family services. “This started as [my own] initiative,” Thornton says. “But now we have about 25 people within the organization. Today I’m focused on both the company and those who make what we do possible. We aim to create jewelry that women can wear anytime and anywhere to feel their best, while also doing good for the community.”

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La Terrazza is an ideal spot to grab a cocktail while watching the sunset.

Italian Splendor

Immerse yourself in Florence, Italy’s rich culture with a stay at one of several Lungarno Collection properties.

By GLORIA STUART Photos courtesy of LUNGARNO COLLECTION The Michelinstarred Borgo San Jacopo

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hether you’ve traveled to Italy once or a dozen times, there’s one city jet-setters always yearn to revisit: Florence. Known for fashion, the Renaissance and Tuscan ambrosial wines, Florence was also home to Salvatore Ferragamo, one of Italy’s most legendary shoe designers. Dubbed by the elite as the “shoemaker to the stars,” his clients included the likes of Greta Garbo, Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren. The Ferragamo family extended their empire to the first fashionbranded hotel company, the Lungarno Collection, which boasts four properties sprinkled between Florence and Rome, with another arriving this summer in Milan. Each has its own ambiance, so there’s something to suit all tastes. This past winter, I toured the three properties in Florence and was in for a treat. A favorite is the newly renovated flagship, Hotel Lungarno, originally a restoration of a 16th-century grand residence. Its interior reflects a nautical theme of blue and white décor, complete with balconies that overlook the famed Arno River. This five-star property exhibits more than 450 pieces of art from Picasso, Cocteau and Bueno, yet retains a discreet, intimate atmosphere. Hotel Lungarno’s Michelin-

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(above) Dine at Borgo San Jacopo’s terrace for views of the Arno River. (left) A Continentale junior suite located in the Consorti Tower

The Lungarno Collection offers exclusive experiences with its spin on “special.” How romantic is this? Express your endless love and design your own masterpiece with the artisan jewelers of Fratelli Piccini.

starred restaurant, Borgo San Jacopo, is known as the “dining room on the river” and offers an exceptional wine collection. For romance and whimsy, the Continentale is a lovely choice. Here, tent-like sheer curtains surround guest beds, and desks resemble leather steamer trunks of a bygone era with contemporary touches. This exclusive hideaway is tucked inside in the medieval Consorti Tower—one of the few left after World War II—near the Ponte Vecchio. At the top of the tower is La Terrazza, a rooftop bar with amazing 360-degree views of a few of Florence’s most famous sites including Palazzo Vecchio and Brunelleschi’s Duomo. Portrait Firenze offers a whole different experience. At this all-suite, five-star property, I was treated with white-glove service, as well as a touch of familiarity as if this were my very own Florentine residence. Located in the heart of the city, this boutique hotel reflects the glamorous times of the ’40s and ’50s, with black-and-white portraits in every room and offers river-view suites looking out to Palazzo Pitti. With each stay, I was able to experience the spirit of Florence. While enjoying the last evening of my trip, I sat in the Picteau Cocktail Bar sipping on a White Duke Negroni. I toasted arrivederci to Florence: Until we meet again.

Combat your jet lag. Indulge in a Mediterranean Ritual Massage at the White Iris Beauty Spa located in the heart of the Continentale. Explore secret passages. Take a peek behind the walls of Palazzo Vecchio into the world of the Medicis. Savor culinary delights. If you fancy biscotti, visit the Museo Bottega del Biscottificio Antonio Mattei museum to taste the original recipe, which dates back to 1858. Embark on a tuk-tuk tour. Yes, this is a must. Experience a comprehensive tour that whisks you away to discover hidden corners and local areas in and around the Renaissance city.

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REDEFINING THE STANDARD OF SUCCESS FROM JUPITER TO JUNO BEACH ONE CONDO AT A TIME

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THE COMPLETE PACKAGE—many claim it, but few have the professional and personal experience to back it up. Having spent over a decade working and living with her family in the Palm Beaches, Andrea Roth is one of the few.

Business Skills

Leaving her corporate career in Chicago, Andrea moved to South Florida and began working at Waterfront Properties and Club Communities in 2010...It was clear, even then, that success was in her future. “I always knew Andrea was going to do well,” said owner of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, Rob Thomson. “Sellers loved her from the very beginning.” When asked why? “Because she listens,” Thomson said, “She listens, she works hard, and she’s great at what she does.” Having sold over $52 million since 2018, she is consistently ranked number 1 in sales in her market. Andrea has not only earned a top-spot with fellow Realtors but, even her friends and family have lovingly nicknamed her the ‘Condo Queen.’

Marketing Expertise

Specializing in waterfront condos, Andrea Roth works mainly along the Ocean and Intracoastal from Juno Beach to the Jupiter Inlet. Her unique ability to price and stage properties consistently help make Andrea one of the area’s top agents in both dollar volume and number of homes sold. Andy Zangrillo, said, “It was a pleasure for me and my family to work with Andrea and Waterfront Properties. I have bought and sold numerous properties over the years in New York, New Jersey and Florida. From experience, buying and selling a home can be very strenuous. Andrea was far and above the exception to the rule. In short, not only was the sale fast, less than a week after listing, but also at my asking price. I couldn’t have been more pleased.”

Local, Local, Local

Whether it’s the best restaurants, the best schools or the best beaches, this type of community knowledge can come only from locals—this unique knowledge, combined with a tireless work ethic allows Andrea to bring more buyers to condo listings than any other agent in her market. Ann and Jeff Sheara said, “Our condo had been on the market for 6 months without an offer. We switched realtors to Andrea and the amount of traffic she and her marketing team brought to our condo was astounding. Andrea was there for every showing, knew everything about our building, was able to answer every question asked by a prospective buyer, and provided feedback on all the showings. She is an expert in her field! She brought the buyer to our condo and we would highly recommend her. She doesn’t give up!” The complete package does not come without balance. If she’s not working to connect or meet with buyers and sellers, Andrea is usually paddle-boarding the Intracoastal with her kids, entertaining with her husband Tom or of course, playing with her rescue dog Lucky. “I have three kids, a husband and a dog,” Andrea laughed, “we’re all active members of the community. And why not? Real estate is about people! What better way to understand people than to live where they live and to work where they work...I’m not just selling houses; I’m selling a lifestyle.”

Another key aspect of Andrea’s success is the superior level of support she receives from Waterfront Properties, the area’s most dynamic, luxury real estate company. Andrea and the Waterfront marketing team develop customized, comprehensive marketing plans for each of their shared clients. The results are quick, efficient, and exceeds sellers expectations.

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Another former client Arlene Myers said,“I could not have asked for a better realtor, Andrea put 100% of herself into the sale and sold my condo within three months.”

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Z I M M E R M A N N super eight blouse, $595; super eight maxi skirt, $995; available at Intermix on Worth Avenue; intermixonline.com A D R I A N A O R S I N I eclectic pave 18-karat yellow gold-plated sterling silver mobile earrings; $345; available at Saks Fifth Avenue on Worth Avenue; saks.com

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A L E X I S ambra wrap playsuit; $628; A D R I A N A O R S I N I 18-karat gold-plated and cubic zirconia bezel-set linear post earrings; $215; available at Saks Fifth Avenue on Worth Avenue; saks.com

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Z I M M E R M A N N floral silk chiffon mini dress; $650; available at Intermix on Worth Avenue; intermixonline.com A R I A T pandora western boots; $329.95; available at JC Western Wear in West Palm Beach; jcwesternwear.com S N A P P Y T U R T L E stone and gold leaf earrings; $44; available at Snappy Turtle in Stuart; snappy-turtle.com

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Z I M M E R M A N N zinnia lace applique mini dress; $1,050; available at Intermix on Worth Avenue; intermixonline.com L I N E A PAO LO westly bootie; $159.95; available at Nordstrom at The Gardens Mall; nordstrom.com SNAPPY TURTLE gold and pearl drop earrings; $89; available at Snappy Turtle in Stuart; snappy-turtle.com

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fashion like art. But this form of self-expression comes with a darker side. From supporting sweatshops to contributing to environmental contamination, the fashion industry is riddled with

flaws. Building a more sustainable closet can feel daunting, so we’ve explored the green companies and shopping alternatives that are helping reverse harmful impacts. With this knowledge, we can start making more informed decisions about the brands and practices we support.

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hen we dine at farm-totable restaurants, we expect the eggs on our plate were collected from ethically raised chickens, we assume the chef plucked the pesticide-free garnishes from the garden out back and we believe the orange juice in our glass came from a local farm, squeezed fresh that morning. Today, this matters. As informed consumers, we care about our health and ecological footprint, and we demand transparency and integrity from the restaurants where we dine.

trial water pollution. Questions we should This research comes be asking about the from Lenzing, a textile blouses, slacks and company that producpumps we slide into es TENCEL Lyocell, an daily include: Were the environmentally sustailors paid fairly and Tricia Carey, director of global tainable fabric derived treated ethically? Were business development in from wood. Some of the the fabrics made using apparel at Lenzing designers who use Lenharmful chemicals and zing’s products include Mara Hoffman, processes? Are the materials recyclable? Ted Baker London and Reformation. Seventy-three percent of clothing ends But this isn’t about what we put in our Tricia Carey, director of global busiup in landfills, the fashion industry uses bodies. Instead, it’s about what we put on ness development in apparel at Lenzing, 1.5 trillion gallons of water each year to our bodies—and why we aren’t holding our says only during the past five years has create that clothing and garment manushe noticed a shown interest in susclothes to the same standards as our food. facturing produces 20 percent of industainable fashion, which she defines as “long-lasting, quality garments made Classic Collections consignment has called Palm Beach home for more than a decade. from materials having the least amount of impact on the environment with available technology.” Carey adds that buyers need to bear some of this responsibility too. “Consumers need to look at the content label and ask questions. Our apparel options are evolving and access to information is at our fingertips. Transparency is the new norm.” Still, learning about the materials in our jeans isn’t as easy as looking at food labels for ingredients. Take, for example, conventional cotton, which requires 5,283 gallons of water to produce just more than 2 pounds, and often requires the use of toxic synthetic chemicals including silicone waxes, petroleum scours, softeners, heavy metals, flame retardants, ammonia and formaldehyde.

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Photo by Angie Myers (above) Amanda Perna began her clothing line six years ago in Delray Beach. (right) The House of Perna uses locally sourced fabrics.

This is why Delray Beach–based designer Amanda Perna advocates supporting local brands that are capable of having more intimate relationships with their shoppers in order to share details about their processes. “The good thing about being small is we have the ability to do more sustainable things and make changes quicker than some of the bigger brands because there aren’t as many layers to peel back to get things done,” she says. Six years ago when she launched The House of Perna, the entrepreneur was admittedly ahead of the curve. Perna, who appeared on two seasons of “Project Runway,” created her eco-conscious business as somewhat of a happy accident—by doing small-batch product runs using fabrics larger companies had tossed out. “In creating the brand, I didn’t want it to be something where I had millions of units sitting in a warehouse or trying to deal with going and manufacturing everything overseas,” she says. “I wanted everything to be made locally; I wanted it to be supporting our local business.” From her studio inside the Arts Warehouse in downtown Delray Beach, Perna continues to make conscious efforts to minimize her footprint, including crafting her handbags using fallen palm leaves that would have been discarded otherwise. “We always laugh that, yeah, you could put your bag in a compost because it’s leather and palm trees,” she says. Perna launched a second line last year called Neon Bohemian,

“Consumers need to look at the content label and ask questions.” - TRICIA CAREY which includes handbags Moroccan artisans have stitched and embellished using rugs and wedding blankets. No two bags are exactly the same, and each is numbered and given a “rock star” name. “We’ve had pushback from people saying, ‘Oh your bags are too expensive, I can get this cheaper somewhere else,’” she says. “All of our artisans are paid fairly; we’re really trying to keep it as affordable as possible, but with everyone being treated fairly in the process.” Perna admits staying ethical and competitive can be a challenge, especially because consumers of fast fashion (cheap and trendy attire) have forgotten that clothing and accessories have value. To help remedy this mindset, Perna designs her bags to be “seasonless.”

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“If there’s something that you love and it’s from one collection, you don’t feel like you have something that’s old and outdated,” she says. “So it kind of eliminates the need for people to replace things as quickly.” Still, Perna can relate to the consumers who are yearning for fresh pieces. “When you take a lot of pictures, or for me, I have a ton of events to go to all the time, you kind of can’t wear the same thing every day,” she admits. “But I think it’s about creating a collection of clothing that you love, and that you’re proud of, and that you’re happy to mix and match. We have some customers who will buy a capsule of our things, so they’ll buy five or six pieces they can interchange with each other.” Perna is also a collector of consignment pieces, noting that the way garments used to be made still has an advantage. “I think there’s something so fabulous about the story behind every piece,” she says. “I think it’s fascinating, and I think there’s something to be said about the way things were constructed in the past—before all of this fast fashion. The finishings on some of these pieces you just don’t find anymore.” According to online thrift store ThredUp, the secondhand fashion market will reach $51 billion by 2023—and Palm Beach is a destination for finding (above) A fashion sketch by The House of Perna pieces with character and value. (left) Amanda Perna’s clothing designs are done in small-batch production. Sally Kimball, CEO and president at Classic Collections of Palm Beach Inc., compares the way she curates her inventory to how museums display artistic masterpieces. Long-lasting apparel continues to have the least environmental impact. So, before swiping your card on next season’s collections, “There is a conscious effort on Classic Collections’ part to recyconsider how you might try styling that blouse hanging in the cle and preserve fashion designs by some of the most iconic and back of your closet in a fresh, new way. Or, stop into consignment revered designers throughout history,” she says. “To us, preserving shops like Kimball’s or scroll through and protecting these fashion and jewelsecondhand treasures on sites like The ry pieces is akin to protecting, showing Real Real and ThredUp. Platforms such and selling the magnificent, detailed and as Rent the Runway and Le Tote also perfect merchandise to the public.” make it easy to borrow attire for oneKimball has been operating her conoff wear. After all, as Perna reminds us, signment store on Palm Beach island most environmental efforts start with for more than a decade. Some memorathe support of coastal dwellers. ble pieces she’s sold include a $95,000, pristine, never-worn, vintage burgundy “In Palm Beach, with the fragHermès Kelly crocodile handbag and ile ecosystem that we have, the a $600,000, 15.97-carat, platinum-set, ocean and all of the plastics that emerald-cut diamond ring. Once, she we’re seeing wash up on our had enough Louis Vuitton trunks, lugshores, I think it is really import- AMANDA PERNA gage, handbags and accessories piled in ant for all of us to think about what the middle of the boutique that they stacked all the way up to we’re consuming, what we’re using and how it can be repurthe chandelier. posed,” Perna explains. “Just because you’re being eco-friend“Because of the quality and level of our designers, many of ly doesn’t mean you have to give up everything; just start the items are recycled several times, giving enjoyment and joy to making small choices. All of the little choices you make add up several customers over the years,” she says. to be one big footprint.”

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here has never been a better time to book travel than now. Information is readily available at your fingertips, from Instagram posts spotlighting inspiring locales to the latest travel apps helping you snag the hottest deals. But what if you’re a woman who’s tired of waiting around for family and

friends to book the trip of a lifetime—would you still go? If you’re like many who consider solo travel daunting, you’re in luck; we’ve tapped six serial travelers who share their picks for some of the best female-friendly, solo-appropriate locations to consider for your next getaway.

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LONDON, ENGLAND Jennifer Agress @jenniferagress

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hen you’re looking for a sophisticated getaway to take all on your own, there’s nowhere better to touch down than Londontown. In my opinion, London is one of the few places in the world where everyone, regardless of where they’re from, can feel right at home. If you’ve never been before, spend your days seeing the sights. Get your culture fix by touring Buckingham Palace and the Tate Modern Museum; strolling through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park; taking a boat ride down the River Thames; visiting Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus; shopping on Oxford and Regent Streets; or hopping on the London Eye to get a bird’s-eye view of the English capital. At night, see “Wicked”—it’s been playing at the Apollo Theater since it first opened in London in 2006—or go a little more traditional and catch a Shakespeare classic at the Globe. With so much to do and see in London, you’ll need to stop for some hearty food and drinks in between. Have afternoon tea at the iconic Harrods’ Tea Room; dig into spicy Indian food at Dishoom; pop into pretty much any pub for classic English comfort food like shepherd’s pie or fish and chips; and order a gin martini at Connaught Bar, which makes its own handcrafted gin and was voted No. 2 on “The World’s 50 Best Bars” list in 2019. London locals are famously friendly, too, so it’s not weird to eat, drink or explore the city by yourself. You can walk everywhere—and you should. Jennifer’s Tips Where to stay: Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard London—it’s the highest hotel in the city, giving you an unparalleled view. Her favorite travel app: If you’re the type of traveler who needs to have all your flights, rooms and experiences laid out in one master itinerary, definitely download TripIt. Her packing essential: My phone—to capture the memories!—and hand sanitizer. Jennifer Agress is a Miami-based writer and editor who loves good food, a spicy cabernet and traveling every chance she gets. She primarily writes about food and travel, and her work can be found in Fodor’s, Forbes, msn.com, INDULGE Miami, Recommend, Thrillist, Time Out, Preferred Travel, Gio Journal and more. When she’s not on a plane, she’s likely plotting her next adventure.

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MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Lane Nieset @lanenieset

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exico may get a bad rap in the media, and while some stretches are heavier in terms of crime and corruption, the capital city is one of the safer to visit—especially for women. On a recent trip, I hopscotched my way from one buzzy bar to the next, exploring some of the more-talked-about restaurants popping up around town. I dined solo for lunch at the counter of Amaya, where chef Jaír Téllez brings a taste of his Baja flagship—and family’s natural Bichi wines—to the industrial-style space in the Colonia Juárez neighborhood, where 19th century French mansions are opening up to some of the city’s coolest bars and cafes. In the Art Nouveau–heavy area of Roma Norte, I sat on the open-air rooftop restaurant of husbandand-wife-run Meroma, set in a Modernist mansion that served as a family home until the 1980s. The former servants’ quarters and laundry room have been transformed into a glass-encased rooftop restaurant with Mid-Century Modern lighting and a 16-seat terrace under the stars. In the well-heeled neighborhood of Polanco, home to Peruvian designer Sandra Weil’s flagship, I sampled escamoles, or ant larvae (considered the caviar of Mexico), at tasting menu hotspot Quintonil, where chef Jorge Vallejo is helping drive the conversation on Mexican cuisine. “What is happening in gastronomy here is spectacular,” says 11th generation tequila maker Juan Domingo Beckmann, CEO of Jose Cuervo and creator of Maestro Dobel tequila. “We have so many incredible chefs bringing their talent to the table and reinventing Mexican cuisine. I’m so impressed with the ways they are paying homage to Mexican traditions by taking our ingredients and flavors to a whole new level.” Stay near Polanco on the city’s main tree-lined avenue, Paseo de la Reforma, at the 240-room Four Seasons Mexico City. Fresh off a $14 million renovation, the hacienda-style hotel unfolds around a beautifully manicured courtyard (you’ll definitely want to linger here over breakfast), making it truly feel like an oasis in the center of a

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DUBLIN, IRELAND Kerry Shorr @shorrjadore

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pulsating city. Keep that theme going with a taste of tranquility at the spa, where ancient techniques, calming quartz stones and Mexican mezcal come together for the most blissful of massages. You don’t have to go far to find one of the city’s top bars, either. Fifty Mils ranks among the world’s 50 best and tells the story of Mexico’s wealth of ingredients through each craft cocktail’s perfectly curated sip. Lane’s Tips On traveling solo: Send an itinerary and contact numbers to a friend or family member, so they can check in if they don’t hear from you. Always know the location or number of the U.S. embassies and consulates in the destination you’re visiting. Her favorite travel app: Airbnb. I’ve booked everything from sailboats to villas in countries around the globe—sometimes even the day I’m traveling. Her packing essential: A bathing suit. You never know when there will be a pool, sauna or Jacuzzi tub. Lane Nieset splits her time between Paris and South Florida and covers travel, lifestyle, wine and food for publications such as National Geographic Travel, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Travel + Leisure, Vogue and Food & Wine. She is also a contributing author to the Fodor’s Florida guidebook.

ith more than 650 drinking establishments, including brewpubs and traditional Irish bars, and more than 40 breweries nestled inside city limits, it’s not surprising some liken Dublin to a landlocked booze cruise. If fermented yeast is your passion, then Dublin’s your Huckleberry, but there’s much more to do here than tap your inner zythophile. In fact, Ireland’s cultural and cosmopolitan capital is better described as a bucket-list destination, steeped in rich literary and political history and dotted with majestic churches, museums and libraries fronted by jaw-dropping architecture. As evidenced by its dynamic music, dining and after-hours scenes, the city possesses an innate fondness for craic (pronounced “crack”), an English word loosely meaning fun and good times, as well as Americans, so don’t be taken aback if a Dubliner invites you to tag along to hear a live band or go on a pub crawl (trust me, it happens). Recently ranked as one of the 10 most livable cities for Europeans, Dublin is also a haven for holidaying singles. One of the best ways to explore the Instagrammable surrounds and cultural treasures, including the ancient Book of Kells housed inside the Trinity College Library and the venerable Natural History Museum locals have dubbed “the Dead Zoo,” is by hiring a private guide or joining a small group tour (Little Gem Tours and Tours By Locals are good picks). Traveling in likeminded company has additional perks, such as adding to or altering pre-set itineraries, which might mean taking a detour to the eclectic Temple Bar district to visit Darkey Kelly’s Bar & Restaurant, or swapping a bus ride for a leisurely boat cruise along the River Liffey, an idyllic waterway that carves a path through the city’s center. While finding a hotel room sans a single supplement can be challenging, a posh perch is not. The Shelbourne is my personal favorite. Suffused with old-world glamour, this 200-year-old property overlooks St. Stephen’s Green and counts royals and world leaders among its guests. If time allows, snag a corner table downstairs in The Lord Mayor’s Lounge for an hour of people watching and treat yourself to a classic glass of Champagne or afternoon tea featuring wow-worthy comestibles served on fine china. Kerry’s Tips On traveling solo: I always carry pepper spray. I also recommend signing up for STEP (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program), a complimentary service that sends alerts and travel advisories about the country you’re planning to visit. Her favorite travel app: TripScout. This free iPhone app produces customized itineraries you can create ahead of or during your trip and features recommendations by destination insiders, as well as “what’s hot” hidden gems. Her packing essentials: A type G outlet adapter, an umbrella and an ATM card for euro withdrawals. Kerry Shorr is a freelance lifestyle writer, fraternal twin, foster dog mom and Chicago native who resides in West Palm Beach.

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EASTER ISLAND Alyssa Ramos @mylifesatravelmovie

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aster Island might sound like a far-fetched destination to dub as one of my top recommended places for solo female travelers, but I’ve been to more than 100 countries solo and Easter Island was by far one of my favorite places. It’s admittedly not easy or convenient to get to, as it is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, but once you get there, it’s like stepping into a Nat Geo documentary. The island is tiny, so it’s extremely easy to navigate on your own by renting a car, or you can even join a tour if you don’t want to go alone. People are very friendly there (but you may want to brush up on your Spanish) and also more than happy to tell you about their history. Once you see what the local Rapa Nuis look like, you definitely won’t regret being there solo. There are a few hotels, even a couple really nice ones, but Airbnb is the easiest and most affordable option. Alyssa’s Tips On traveling solo: If for some reason you feel super uncomfortable, or as if someone is following you, my go-to is to immediately start pretending to talk on my phone, and act as if I’m meeting someone nearby. I’ll even say “Do you see me? Oh yeah! OK, I’ll start heading to you!” Her favorite travel app: Skyscanner for flights because it has a really awesome “flexible” tool. For years I’ve decided my next destination based on what comes up as the cheapest flight when I put “anywhere” as my destination. I call this “Flight Roulette.” Her packing essentials: A TRTL neck pillow for flights, a black Lululemon vinyasa scarf that doubles as a black out curtain and a self-filtering water bottle because everyone needs to drink a lot of water but also stop using single-use plastics. Alyssa Ramos is a self-made, award-winning travel blogger, influencer and entrepreneur who specializes in adventure travel and bucket-list experiences. She has been traveling solo for six years across all seven continents, more than 100 countries and has completed several bucket lists such as the Seven World Wonders, Seven Wonders of Nature and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Alyssa is originally from Jupiter, Florida, but lives in Los Angeles and will soon become an expat in Bali.

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he bartender at the Country Club Lima Hotel’s English Bar shook a pisco sour and slid the frothy beverage in front of me. At first sip, it was clear that of all of the reasons to travel to Lima, Peru, pisco sours should be high on the list. So should ceviche, causa and lomo saltado. Although solo travel to South America can be daunting for women, that wouldn’t deter me from taking a five-hour flight from South Florida to indulge in authentic Peruvian dishes. Lima felt as safe as any massive city, meaning you have to be aware of your surroundings and do your research in advance. Of the 43 districts in Lima, I spent most of my visit in Barranco, an artsy neighborhood set along the Pacific Coast with similarities to Miami’s Wynwood. Urban murals decorate the outsides of most buildings, which house hip bars and coffee shops, and sometimes hide those hole-in-the-wall food stalls that serve some of the best leche de tigre in town, like Canta Ranita. North of Barranco is Miraflores, an upscale district with attractions including a pre-Inca mud-brick temple called the Huaca Pucllana, and the iconic sculpture El Beso, which depicts artist Victor Delfín kissing his wife. There’s also the opportunity to go paragliding off of Miraflores’ cliffs. On most days, the sky is filled with colorful kites holding brave passengers. While those who’ve flown above have undoubtedly witnessed the best views in Lima, a close second might belong to guests at Cala (set between Barranco and Miraflores). The outside balcony offers waterfront views and the acoustic sounds of waves lapping the rocky beach below. Alyssa’s Tips On traveling solo: Join a Facebook group for American expats in the country you’re visiting. The people living there will offer better insider knowledge than a Yelp page; you’ll get some intel on places to avoid and the overall social climate; and you might even find someone willing to take you around town.

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Her favorite travel apps: I track all of my future flights using Hopper, which lets me know when to book for the best price. I also love HotelTonight for making last-minute reservations at luxury properties for, at times, more than 50 percent off the usual nightly rate. And, the more you use the app, the greater the discounts you can unlock. Her packing essential: My international phone plan. Alyssa Morlacci is a lifestyle journalist who has contributed to publications including Los Angeles Magazine, LALA Magazine, Time Out, Here Magazine, Flamingo Magazine, Gulfshore Life and Jupiter Magazine.

MILAN, ITALY Eliza Krpoyan @elizakrpoyan

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taly is a romantic destination, but it’s not limited to the kind of relationship we immediately think of. On a trip to Milan, Italy, I indulged in carbs to my heart’s content, fell in with love with Italian craftsmanship and savored Milanese afternoons enjoying biscotti and espresso. As I waited to check into five-star hotel ME Milan Il Duca, I watched as a fashion editorial shoot take place. I listened as the photographer directed the model in Italian. “Bellisima!” he repeated. It was exactly the kind of experience to be expected from one of the fashion capitals of the world.

In addition to beautifully appointed rooms, the hotel has a rooftop that is among the best places to enjoy aperitivos and take in views of the Milan skyline. As a woman who loves fashion, a solo trip to the Armani Silos exhibition space is still among my favorite outings. The breathtaking structure houses Giorgio Armani’s creations from 1980 to the present. It includes 400 outfits and 200 accessories over 40 years. After visiting the exhibit I was reminded that many of the world’s most renowned designers are Italian: Versace, Zanotti and Ferragamo, to name a few. There is no shortage of places to shop in Milan either. Italian leather shoes and handbags are designed with an attention to detail impossible to pass up. Travel to Milan alone, and you’ll have a love affair with the city. Eliza’s Tips On traveling solo: There are parts in Los Angeles (where I live) where I wouldn’t want to be alone at night. I try to keep this in mind when I’m traveling. I have to remind myself to be aware of my surroundings in areas that seem questionable. Her packing essential: I always travel with antibacterial handwipes from Whole Foods. Eliza Krpoyan is a luxury lifestyle journalist. Her work has been published in print and online including on MyDomaine and Byrdie. Her most recent trips landed her on an art tour of Japan, a wellness retreat in the Maldives and an exploration of Melbourne, Australia. Eliza hopes to visit Africa soon.

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Traditional to TRANSITIONAL A KITCHEN UPDATE EVOLVES INTO A WHOLE HOME REDESIGN. By Jana Soeldner Danger Photography by Ron Rosenzweig

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any redesigns begin with the simple idea of removing a wall to create a more open floor plan or sprucing up a specific room. That was the case when the owners of a two-story home in Jupiter asked designer Lisa Lalaounis of The Decorators Unlimited in Palm Beach Gardens to update their kitchen. The project soon evolved into revamping their entire 8,000-square-foot, fourbedroom, six-bath house. The owners, Dan Reedy of Onshore

Construction and his wife, Missy, wanted the traditional home to have a more modern, but not necessarily contemporary, look. Lalaounis set out to establish a fresh, transitional aesthetic that will be stylish for years to come. A graduate of the International Academy of Design & Technology in Tampa, Lalaounis has been creating beautiful interiors for 25 years. “I’ve always loved the fine arts, and I wanted to marry my passion for them with a career,” she says. FEBRUARY 2020

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A linear chandelier with gleaming prism crystals hangs above the walnut table.

GETTING STARTED To make the exterior walls work better with a new roof, Lalaounis changed the paint color from red to white and put doors with opaque glass panels bordered with bronze-finished metal on the quadruple garage. Inside, she chose a white, cream, beige and linen color palette. “I wanted a classic feel for longevity, and I also wanted it to be very comfortable and inviting,� she says. Changing the dark espresso wood flooring to more Florida-friendly blonde tones created a brighter, lighter ambiance, and removing a wall between the living and dining rooms opened breathtaking views.

created a dramatic feature wall. In front of it are twin sofas covered in linen chenille and two double-tiered cocktail tables with acrylic bases that make the wood tops and shelves beneath appear to float. Two swivel recliners are upholstered in taupe channel fabric, and the color of a polished metal table between them is the same as the wooden coffee tables. A cream and beige area rug made from a wool and bamboo-silk blend softens the floor. On the other side of the space, a wet bar with a creamy marble top and waterfall edge is illuminated from beneath. Stools have walnut legs, while seats and backs are upholstered with beige, gray and taupe chenille. On the wall to one FOYER side is a liquor cabinet with mesh metal To create definition in the foyer, Lalaoudoors. For a bit of whimsy, bottles on upnis laid flooring in a herringbone pattern. per shelves can be lowered with the touch She added minimalistic wood columns and of a button. Suspended from the 26-foot changed the staircase railing from wood to ceiling are twin chandeliers made with glass. A prism crystal chandelier complements Flooring planks in a platinum rings surrounded by hand-cut fixtures with similar styling in the dining room herringbone pattern create definition. glass squares. and breakfast nook. In the dining area, ceiling beams with a walnut finish create architectural detail. A walnut table LIVING AND DINING ROOMS has a stepped-ledge apron surround, and chairs with gracefully In the living room, the designer replaced existing glass in the curved walnut frames are upholstered in cream and taupe chenille. windows and French doors with panes framed in bronze. Using Gleaming prism crystals that resemble icicles are mounted in a limestone slabs and a linear fireplace with a TV screen above, she

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linear chandelier suspended from a metal canopy, creating continuity with the fixtures in the foyer and breakfast room. KITCHEN & SUMMER KITCHEN In the kitchen, ceiling beams match those in the dining room. A large freezer and refrigerator are on one wall; an adjacent wall houses two ovens. Walnut paneling clads the kitchen walls, and a loadbearing column is disguised with lighted shelving to look like an architectural feature. A peninsula with a waterfall edge that matches the ceiling beams is topped with white-veined black quartzite, and a light bridge attached to the ceiling illuminates the workspace. To create both continuity and drama, Lalaounis installed a large black quartzite wall panel above the range. Lining the top of the wall are walnut-fronted storage cabinets—designed by Juan Beraldi of Artistry Fine Woodwork—without telltale pulls to identify them. 64

“It’s a really clean look,” Lalaounis says. A walnut island containing a microwave drawer and a corner sink is crowned with more black quartzite; stools have white cushions that contrast strikingly with washed gray maple frames and gray cane backs. To establish a breakfast room, the designer decided to enclose part of the patio. A round oak table with a taupe finish seats four; chairs have curved oak legs and rail pullouts to avoid fingerprints on the white upholstered backs. The circular chandelier with crystal cylinders similar to fixtures in the dining room and foyer hangs from a polished-nickel medallion. A sideboard with a taupe oak base and a top shelf supported by metal legs is set against a wall with a TV screen above. In the adjoining summer kitchen, the floor is covered with largescale gray concrete porcelain tile. Complementing the floor is the gray concrete top of the dining table. Swivel chairs with gray alumi-

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num frames have thick gray and white cushions. There’s a large grill, and glassfronted cabinets offer display space. The dramatic backsplash and countertop are made from Calcatta porcelain slabs. These, as well as the countertops in the kitchen proper, as well as other areas in the home, were fabricated by Frank Laflamme of Accurate Tile and Marble. A separate seating area features two aluminum-framed, deep-seating sofas and two recliners. Twin spherical chandeliers with iron frames and casually elegant interior candelabras light the space.

The media room is an ideal gathering place.

ENTERTAINMENT The media room is a perfect place for watching a movie, shooting pool or enjoying a beverage. Taupe and beige grass cloth covers the walls, and Venetian plaster adds interest to the ceiling. Tiered seats are covered in dark brown leather, while a gray maple bar behind them is raised enough so the screen is still easily visible. Stools are taupe leather with polished chrome bases. A pool table sits in the middle of the space. For more active recreation, Lalaounis transformed one of the garage bays into a golf-simulation space. Players can feel as if they’re practicing their drives on top courses, while a dark granite bar serves as a stylish 19th hole. MASTER SUITE In the master bedroom, wood flooring laid in a herringbone pattern similar to that in the foyer is the backdrop for a dramatic bed wall paneled in walnut and accented with vertical LED strips. The headboard, which runs across the wall beyond the bed itself, is upholstered in mocha chenille velvet, as is the bed frame. At the foot is a bench covered in playful leopard-patterned chenille. “I wanted to have some fun, and I fell in love with the fabric,” Lalaounis says. A ring-shaped, fractured-glass chandelier with polished-nickel accents hangs from the ceiling, and cylindershaped crackled glass pendants are suspended on both sides of the bed. A recessed seating area features two polished-chrome chaises with faux-mink cushions. A reflective mirror film provides privacy on double-glass doors framed in bronze that open to a hallway leading to the master bath. It features a freestanding soaking tub and a large shower with a frameless glass door. Onyx porcelain tile covers the floor and countertops, while a floating shelf provides storage for linens. FRESH YET CLASSIC Wood, crystal and metals provide a classic look in this home, while a more open floor plan, fresh finishes and stylish new furnishings create living spaces that will bring joy for years to come.

A bench at the foot of the bed is covered in chic leopardpatterned chenille.

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The Expert In Plastic Surgery Kim Edward Koger, M.D., F.A.C.S. Koger Cosmetic Clinic & Medspa are the goals of any cosmetic Q What plastic surgery? primary goal of cosmetic surgery A The is to enhance a person’s appearance, providing a soft and natural result. Cosmetic surgery is meant to enhance the natural beauty that you already have. It is not designed to make you look like an entirely new person. Using delicate plastic surgery skill and strategically hiding incisions, physical flaws can be minimized or eliminated without tell-tale signs of surgery. Whether your goal is to have a more youthful face, fuller breasts or a flatter tummy, cosmetic plastic surgery can provide natural enhancements that create balance and beauty to your face and body.

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The Expert In Custom Luxury Homes Ken Marshall Perry Marshall Builders are the steps you take to ensure Q What your clients of a beautiful, one-of-akind custom luxury home?

My primary mindset is making sure our A clients are pleased before, during and after the construction process. Before construction begins, I spend anywhere from one to three weeks discussing vision, costs and scheduling. The client(s) and I establish budget expectations and schedule personal milestone dates that become the priority for our team. We ensure daily quality control checks and provide the client with weekly progress updates. After move-in, client satisfaction remains a top priority, and ultimately this ensures long term trust. I believe this is why we enjoy 100% referral-based business.

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with 38 years of experience, inA Even cluding: fine art degrees, secondary

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A CONVERSATION

With Realtor Lori Schacter Q: Tell us about yourself, like your marriage and family.

When did you move to Jupiter and enter into the real estate business?

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I moved to Jupiter from Long Island, New York 26 years ago with my three young children and my husband, Bill. We were living in a rural setting. A blizzard almost prevented us from making it our barn to feed the horses. We decided that we’d had enough of the cold and ice. I have always loved quiet country living, and Jupiter matched the description. Alternate A1A was a two lane north-south road, and I-95 ended at Indiantown Road. There were cows, turtles and goats wandering into the roadways from the MacArthur farmland where the newer country clubs are now built. Oh my, what a change through the years!

Q: What’s your favorite or most important thing about family?

A:

Family is everything to me. I am blessed with three beautiful children, two of which are married. Recently, two grandchildren have joined the ranks. Spending holidays and vacations together gives us less distracted quality time. Florida’s warmer climate also provided a healthier lifestyle for my family. We can partake in outdoor sports and beach activities 12 months a year.

Q: How long have you been selling real estate in PBC? A: I have been selling real estate in Palm Beach County

for over 20 years. I like personal interaction and being self-employed. Every day is a weekday because it’s a daily profession, 7 days a week. Your clients come to you because you are their trusted advisor.

Q: Where do you primarily focus your business? A: I primarily focus my business from Palm Beach

Gardens through Jupiter Island. I like the different special vibe that each area offers. My passion is to have intricate knowledge of all the areas, which allows me to be a true real estate expert.

Q: What is your specialty? Tell us all things real estate. A: I am a luxury home and country club specialist. I par-

ticipate as both a listing and selling agent. Creative marketing is a key element to my approach. My college and graduate school background in psychology and education compliments what comes naturally to me: making people feel comfortable and confident, and trust in my expertise. Connecting buyers with their dream homes and helping sellers move on is a wonderful feeling. Referrals are the best compliment.

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Any industry secrets worth sharing with someone just getting in the business?

A:

Being a realtor is NOT a part time job. One must realize it takes long hours of education in computer

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work, marketing, math, law and ethics, as well as knowledge of areas, developments and school systems. Buyers depend on us for their assets being invested properly. Sellers rely on us to get them the best price for their home in a timely fashion.

Q: Do you have any regrets? A:

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I have no regrets at all. I get up every morning excited about what the day brings. It is a rewarding career because I am self-motivating, hardworking and enjoy networking with people. When last-minute issues come up, I am a stable presence and a problem solver. I admire and respect my family for supporting me as I evolved into one of the most successful realtors in Palm Beach County. It did take away from family time. What lessons have you learned? Be true to yourself so you can be true to others. Listen to your clients’ needs and desires. There have been many challenges and changes in real estate in the last 20 years. Always be ethical, honest, truthful and moral. Real estate is not a glamorous profession like it’s sometimes shown on TV or movies. It is a serious career and profession. Any advice for sellers/buyers coming into the area? Most importantly, hire an experienced realtor with a proven track record. Buyers should learn about the areas and spend time in those areas. They should decide what their specific needs are. The town you like will dictate the type of home an individual or family buys. Sellers should understand the marketplace. Educate oneself first. Every individual is unique and has different priorities that will influence their choice. What do you love most about real estate? What I love most about real estate is meeting people. I get satisfaction when buyers are excited about their purchase and sellers are ecstatic about the sale of their home in a timely manner. Most clients become good friends. I get great pleasure getting to know people and their families and socializing with them.

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Q: What have been some challenges over the last 20 Q: Share your love of all things Jupiter. Why would years in business?

A: The key to being a successful realtor is like a mar-

riage. One must be honest, innovative, intuitive and keep working at it! One must keep up with the new market trends and be current. “Years of listening and learning!”

Q: If you could share any piece of advice with your newly-licensed self, what would it be?

someone want to relocate/retire here?

A: Perfect for young families. The school systems are

Top A Rated. This area feels like a small town. People are so friendly. The beaches are so pristine and NOT crowded. The shops at the Gardens Mall have something to offer for everyone. There is a very active lifestyle here year-round which includes boating, fishing, golf, tennis, biking, horseback riding, nightlife, and theater.

A: Take the time to learn from a mentor. Spend the Q: Why work for Illustrated Properties? time to continue learning after real estate school. There is “book learning,” but “real world” learning A: Illustrated Properties is a boutique style company. is most important.

Q: What is your list of favorite things? A: I wake up early and play tennis for a few hours. Ex-

ercise is necessary for me to be relaxed during the day. There are so many tennis centers in this area which offer competition or just to have fun. It is a great way to meet people. Tennis can be played at night as well under the lights. Aside from that, my happy place besides my office is the beach. Juno Beach and Jupiter have exceptionally pristine white sands and blue waters. The sunrise is so spiritual and the sunset is so calming.

Q: What hobbies and charitable organizations are you passionate about?

A: I am a dog lover. I participate in dog rescue or-

ganizations. And yes, I do take some of the dogs home. It gives me pleasure to look into their eyes. All they want to do is comfort and support you. We have the best dog-friendly beaches in Jupiter! I also have a calling to work with the education of children abroad. I have recently come back from Uganda and participating in helping their culture grow. There is so much poverty in the world. I am blessed and want to give back to this cause. Education, love and support are the best gifts a child can receive.

Q: What is your favorite “hangout spot”? A: After the late hours in my office, I enjoy meeting

my husband to unwind at the amazing restaurants in this area. The choices are plentiful. The fish is so fresh coming from our local waters. I enjoy outside dining at the waterfront.

We are a family 24/7. The administrators, owners, and other agents are all there to support one another. The company marketing is strong. Being a Christies and Luxury Portfolio International Affiliate is very advantageous to my marketing and sales audience worldwide.

Q: What do you think about the future of real estate? A: The real estate market will continue to be strong be-

cause of the population growth. Florida is one of the top 10 states for business and job growth due to tax savings. The market has been attracting international as well as national homebuyers because investing in South Florida has been lucrative. Florida is, after all, the “Sunshine State.”

Q: Why should someone hire you? A: YOUR QUEST IS MY PASSION. My experience and

knowledge of the marketplace strengthens the position of a buyer or seller. As your advocate, I guarantee honest, accurate and reliable counsel for all your real estate needs. My commitment to an elevated level of service is what sets me apart.

LORI SCHACTER

ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES 300 West Indiantown Road Jupiter, FL 33458 Mobile: 561.308.3118 Office: 561-746-0008 lschacter@ipre.com lorischacter.com

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M A R I E R O S N E R A N D M AT T H I A S F R E T Z

SEA DREAMS, AN ISLAND WITHIN AN ISLAND

483 South Beach Road, Jupiter Island | 8-BR, 9-BA AND 3-HALF-BA | Sea Dreams is one of the largest and most private parcels currently offered on Jupiter Island. Situated on approx. 6.4 acres, it is unique in both location and size, as it is an island within an island, separated from the road by a tributary of the Intracoastal Waterway. Sea Dreams has approx. 423.3ft of direct ocean frontage, owning all the way to the ocean’s edge. Plans approved by The Town of Jupiter Island, expand it to approx.18,422sf modern design home (as shown) with 10 bedrooms and 14.3 bathrooms plus pool house, exceeding the historical approx.10,000sf constraints of Jupiter Island. Additionally, boat slip at Jupiter Yacht Club included with the sale. Minutes from the Jupiter Inlet, marinas, dining, shops, entertainment, and two airports. Web# RX-10557888

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Scusi Trattoria Coastal Italian dining from a world-renowned chef By Megan Ayscue

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Inside the more than 5,000-square-foot restaurant the seating options are more bountiful. There’s an indoor bar and a lowerlit, intimate dining area, but we recommend a seat next to the open kitchen that buzzes with activity. Watch as fresh macaroni pops from its machine, fire dances in the woodburning pizza oven and dish after dish appears at the counter, each more colorful and aromatic than the last.

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odern and coastal meet Italian dining at Scusi Trattoria, a restaurant in PGA Commons that opened in November. Owned and created by world-renowned chef Laurent Tourondel, Scusi has an afterwork, beach-casual vibe with fine-dining, mouth-watering morsels. It’s a delightful combination that allows for easy conversation and a relaxed atmosphere without sacrificing the most important aspect of any restaurant: the cuisine. “It’s a homey restaurant, not too fancy,” Tourondel says. “I love the area of Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. It’s a great area, beautiful.” Outside, guests can choose between tables hidden under white-andblue-striped umbrellas or a bar with heaters for chillier Florida evenings.

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Dine near the open kitchen for delectable views.

“[The restaurant] is very coastal by the looks, by the way the dishes are designed,” Tourondel says. “There’s a variety of dishes… You can come to eat at Scusi three times a week, and you’ll be fine.” The veal and pork meatballs and burrata are a great way to start. The meatballs are tender and expertly seasoned, while the fresh burrata bursts onto its bed of chilled arrabbiata, cherry tomatoes, basil and filone, a classic yeast bread. For the mains, Italian staples of pasta and pizza are a necessity. Each pizza is created Neapolitan-style with a thin crust and a little char. Mamma Mia, the Margherita pizza, is a must-try. The pasta is made fresh daily, and it shows through its taste and incredible texture. Options range from a succulent spaghetti to a spicy bucatini lobster “fra diavolo.” Carb-cutters will find that Scusi offers a delectable selection of fish and filets. For dessert, classic gelato or sorbetti won’t disappoint, but opt for one of the featured creations such as the lemon ricotta gelato served on a slice of watermelon with mint, lime zest, grapefruit, melon and honey. Chocolate and coffee lovers will enjoy the Scusiramisu—a decadent play on the classic Italian dessert of chocolate gianduja and mascarpone, espresso speculoos, banana, cinnamon and dulce de leche.

Scusi Trattoria, 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561.429.6938; scusirestaurants.com

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WHO: PGA Tour golf legend, two-time Ryder Cup team member and Fox Sports television analyst Brad Faxon WHAT: The Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia Extra Anejo “Just The Faxon” cocktail, paired with the Insalata Di Carciofi Artichoke Salad with avocado, pistachios, Parmesan cheese, lemon and extra virgin olive oil; the Terra Mare grilled baby octopus and cuttlefish with broccoli rabe in a bed of fava bean purée; and the Linguine Alle Vongole of linguine pasta with fresh baby clams, garlic and white wine sauce. WHERE: La Masseria, 5520 PGA Blvd., Ste. 104, Palm Beach Gardens / 561.660.8272 / lamasseriapbg.com

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each player is in charge of their travel, accommodations, caddie and more. Players now travel with teams of coaches, therapists and even nutritionists. Most players pay a percentage of their winnings to their caddie, trainer and sometimes an agent.

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The most intimidating person I’ve ever been on a golf course with was: Ray Floyd.

I’ve played with Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Greg Norman and Tiger Woods. All of them have been No. 1 players in the world. But as a young player in the mid-1980s, I played with four-time Major Champion Ray Floyd at the Westchester Classic. On the 13th tee, I had the honor, but movement in the gallery caused me to step away not once but twice. After backing off the second time Ray barked at me [to play golf]. That was intimidating!

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The most nerve-racking moment of my entire golfing career was: when I was a

19-year-old amateur in 1981. I’d been fortunate to qualify for the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in

Philadelphia. We were right behind Arnold Palmer and Johnny Miller, and right in front of Jack Nicklaus and reigning U.S. Amateur Champion Hal Sutton. As I was going through my routine, Jack Nicklaus made his way onto the first tee area. As a 19-year-old, floppy-wristed flat-belly from Rhode Island, I couldn’t imagine ever having been as nervous as I was in that exact moment. (Footnote: I birdied the first two holes to tie for the lead!)

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Of the tens of thousands of rounds of golf I’ve played throughout my lifetime, the most satisfying was: in 1995 at the PGA

Championship at Riviera. I was paired with two-time Masters Champion José María Olazábal. What made the round so meaningful was it was the last event to qualify for the Ryder Cup team that fall. I was outside of the top 10 automatic berths and needed a spark that final day. On the par-five I made a 20-foot putt for eagle. My first nine score of 28 still stands as a competitive record in a Major, and I finished with an 8 under par 63 to make the U.S. Ryder Cup Team and represent my country a few months later.

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JOIN US TO CELEBRATE THE BRAVE YOUNG WARRIORS WHO BATTLE LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESSES EVERY DAY. Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 The Country Club at Mirasol 11:00am to 2:00pm CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION • SILENT AUCTION AND RAFFLE LUNCHEON • YOUNG WARRIORS FASHION SHOW MEET-AND-GREET WITH THE YOUNG WARRIORS Tickets: $125 each or a table of 10 for $1,000 Please RSVP by March 13th For more info: Contact Lori Griffith at 561-315-7005 or visit chasinadream.org

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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events. FEB. 6 Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida’s Palm Beach Dinner Dance; 7 p.m.; Palm Beach; $800; ppsenfl.org FEB. 7 Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County’s The Winter Gala; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,000; bgcpbc.org FEB. 8 JDRF Greater Palm Beach’s Gem of an Evening Gala: Carnival in Venice; 6 p.m.; Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; $350; jdrf.org/ southernflorida FEB. 8 National Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s Fashion Funds the Cure; 6 p.m.; The Gardens Mall; $75; nationalpcf.org FEB. 8 Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Discovery Celebration; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,250; dana-farber.org FEB. 8 The Hometown Foundation’s Dream Cars & Cocktails Gala; 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; PGA National Resort; $350; dreamride.org FEB. 10 Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness’ Valentine’s Treats & Sweets; 1 p.m. to

3 p.m., VIP noon to 1 p.m.; Flagler Museum; $150, $300/VIP; treatsandsweets.org

Feb. 10 Sample more than 15,000 desserts at Valentine’s Treats & Sweets.

FEB. 10 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County’s Celebrating Philanthropy: A Major Gifts Event; 6 p.m.; Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion; Gifts from $10,000; jewishpb.org FEB. 10 Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club of Wellington World Championship Equestrian Triathlon; 6 p.m.; Deeridge Farms; $500, $5,000/six; bgcpbc.org FEB. 10 Palm Beach Opera’s 2020 Gala, An Evening with Christian Van Horn; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,000; pbopera.org FEB. 11 Children’s Healing Institute’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s; 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; The Chesterfield Palm Beach; $125; childrens healinginstitute.org

FEB. 12 Alzheimer’s Community Care’s ‘Summer Time’ Luncheon; 11 a.m.; The Beach Club; Tickets from $200; alzcare.org FEB. 13 The Ireland Funds’ Emerald Isle Palm Beach Dinner Dance; 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $750; irelandfunds.org FEB. 14 American Heart Association’s Palm Beach Heart Ball; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $875; heart.org FEB. 15 Center for Child Counseling’s Black Ties & French Fries at the Disco; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Mirasol Country Club; $175, $225/VIP; centerforchild counseling.org FEB. 15 HomeSafe’s The Classic Rock & Roll Party; 6 p.m.; Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood; $500, $5,000/table; helphomesafe.org FEB. 15 Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s The Roaring 2020s Gala; 6:30 p.m.; The Pelican Club; Ticket prices vary; jupitertheatre.org FEB. 17 The Palm Beach Symphony’s Black-Tie Gala: The Magic of Music; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $750; palmbeachsymphony.org

FEB. 20 Grace Notes Foundation’s Annual Carousel Fundraiser; 10 a.m.; Downtown Palm Beach Gardens; By donation; gracenotesfoundation.com

FEB. 26 Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope’s Shop the Day Away Luncheon; 10 a.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $450, $650/VIP; cahh.org

FEB. 20 Lighthouse Guild Palm Beach’s A Visionary Evening: Dinner Dance; 7 p.m.; Club Colette; $950; lighthouseguild.org

FEB. 26 JAFCO’s Luncheon & Card Party at Admirals Cove; 10 a.m.; The Club at Admirals Cove; $125; jafco.org

FEB. 22 Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League’s Barry Crown Walk for the Animals; 9 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; Free, incentives from $35; walkwithpeggy.org FEB. 22 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach’s Birthline/ Lifeline Celebrate Life Gala; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Cathedral of St. Ignatius Parish Hall; $125; ccdpb.org FEB. 22 Cleveland Clinic Florida Ball: A Night on Broadway; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,250; cleveland clinicflorida.org/ palmbeachball FEB. 25 Alpert Jewish Family Service’s No Excuse for Abuse Luncheon; 10:30 a.m.; Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion; $225; alpertjfs.org

FEB. 26 Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc.’s Heart of a Woman Luncheon; 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Royal Palm Yacht Club; $175; avdaonline.org FEB. 27 Loxahatchee Guild’s Party for Preservation; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Pelican Club; $150; sites.google.com/site/ loxaguild FEB. 28 Palm Beach County Food Bank’s Palm Beach Empty Bowls; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea; $25; pbcfoodbank.org FEB. 28 Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County’s Youth of the Year; 6 p.m.; The Gardens Mall; Tickets from $200; nationalpcf.org

Note: Dates and times may change. Please contact the individual organization for the most up-to-date information.

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JEWISH WOMEN'S FOUNDATION OF THE GREATER PALM BEACHES’ INVESTING IN WOMEN LUNCHEON THE CAUSE: More than 200 attendees joined the Jewish Women's Foundation of the Greater Palm Beaches’ fundraising luncheon, Investing in Women, at the Kravis Center. The event started with an hour of shopping from local women-owned boutiques and Justice Barbara Pariente (the first female to be nominated to the Florida Supreme Court) gave the keynote.

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LIFE FOUNDATION AND AMERICAN HUMANE SCREENING OF ‘MADE FOR EACH OTHER’ THE CAUSE: Lois Pope’s LIFE Foundation and co-sponsor American Humane screened the new documentary “Made for Each Other” for 125 guests at The Breakers Palm Beach. Pope is the executive producer of the 60-minute documentary, which was produced by six-time Emmy Award winner Ric Burns and Bonnie Lafave of Steeplechase Films. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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PALM BEACH POLICEMEN’S & FIREMEN’S BALL KICKOFF COCKTAIL RECEPTION THE CAUSE: Ann and Charles Johnson hosted a cocktail reception at their house in honor of the Palm Beach Policemen’s & Firemen’s Ball. Nearly 170 guests attended the party, including Tim Moran, The Palm Beach Police & Fire Foundation’s senior vice president and co-founder. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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JEWISH FEDERATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY’S ISRAEL PROGRAM CENTER ‘TASTE OF ISRAEL’ THE CAUSE: More than 100 guests joined the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County’s Israel Program Center for “Taste of Israel.” The event at the Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery included Israeli wine and food as well as the international photographic exhibition “Humans of Tel Aviv” by Israeli artist and photographer Erez Kaganovitz.

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BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY WINTER BALL KICKOFF

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THE CAUSE: Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County kicked off its 39th annual gala, The Winter Ball, with its partner Hive. The pre-event celebration at Hive Home, Gift & Garden honored the Winter Ball Committee, sponsors and donors with a performance by the Dreyfoos String Quartet during the cocktail hour, a Krewe eyewear trunk show and a Mercedes Salazar accessories display. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART 3

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1. Carol Kirchhoff, William Sargent and Tom Kirchhoff 2. Nicole and Keith Williams 3. Jaene Miranda and Bob Dunkin 4. Kim Fonseca and Chuck Schumacher 5. Jorgette Smith and Kristen Stanley

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YOUNG FRIENDS OF PALM BEACH SYMPHONY SEASON KICKOFF THE CAUSE: Members of Young Friends of Palm Beach Symphony met to kick off the Symphony’s 46th season at its largest gathering in the organization’s history. Hosted by the Colony Hotel, the event drew members and supporters of the Symphony’s music education programs where they receive admittance to socials and networking opportunities over this season.

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1. Bettina Bennet and C. Gordon Beck III 2. Colleen Gildea and Tyler Moynihan 3. David McClymont and Tom D’Agostino Jr. 4. Kate Waterhouse and Elizabeth Marshman 5. Taniel Koushakjian and Arsine Kaloustian

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Girls’ Night Out! THE ULTIMATE

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Admission is FREE; RSVP Required. 561.571.4000 Treat yourself for Valentine’s Day.

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