Palm Beach Illustrated January 2022

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Emma Holzer on acting, singing, and saving the Earth

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CONTENTS

JANUARY 2022

FEATURES 94 / TRIPLE THREAT Singer-actress-model Emma Holzer is protecting the Earth, and doing it in style By Paige Bowers

102 / GREEN MARKET GUIDE Get the lowdown on five local outdoor markets By Skye Sherman

108 / ANYTHING BUT GARDEN VARIETY Celebrity landscape designer Fernando Wong serves up cocktails at an in-town oasis By Linda Marx

114 / HOME ON THE RANGE Luxe trailers to take you off-grid in style By Howard Walker

120 / ROCK THE BOAT Being nauti never looked so good

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Lafayette 148 New York Waylon linen Harbor stripe dress with skinny leather belt, Bolero Icon hat For buying information, turn to page 215.

ANTHONY PARMELEE

Photography by Anthony Parmelee

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CONTENTS DEPARTMENTS

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32 / FROM THE EDITOR 38 / PARTY PICS Events with Nonprofits First and Live Like Jake Foundation

INSIDER 47/ RETAIL Visit a new unique concept boutique

48 / AROUND TOWN Slow fashion, selections from the luxe circular economy, and a collab for a worthy cause

52 / HEROES A local man provides care for the unhoused

54 / LIVING WITH IVEY How food affects your immune system

STYLE 63/ THE LOOK Sustainable and stylish brands with purposeful, positive impacts

66/ THE EDIT Editors’ picks for upcycled goods

68 / BIJOUX Glam garnet gems

70 / BEAUTY Consciously clean products

ESCAPE 75 / WANDERLUST Four sensational resorts in the Seychelles By Paul Rubio

80 / QUICK TRIPS

COURTESY OF FOUR SEASONS RESORT SEYCHELLES, MAHE

The Islands of Islamorada awaits

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82 / STAYCATIONS Spotlight on The Boca Raton

84 / TRAVEL JOURNAL Camilo Celis’ guide to Medellín, Colombia

86 / HIGH ROAD Rolls-Royce reimagines its Black Badge Ghost By Howard Walker

88 / HIGH SEAS Tansu’s Turkish-built charter yacht, Only Now By Howard Walker

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SATIN SEA COLLECTION Baroque pearls caressed by satin finish gold

TOWN CENTER MALL

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CONTENTS TASTE 145 / OPENINGS

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An Australian-inspired eatery arrives

146 / LOCAL BITES

Q&A with chef Jeff Tunks, a lunch counter roundup, tequila pairings, and more

154 / OFF THE VINE

Top-tier Super Tuscans to experience now By Mark Spivak

HOME 157 / DESIGN

A Zen garden and gallery share a space

ISLA, COURTESY OF PARCHED HOSPITALITY GROUP

158 / INSPIRED LIVING

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Expert advice on custom wine rooms

160 / ELEMENTS

Elevated essentials for the home office

162 / HERITAGE

Octagonal architecture in Palm Beach

164 / THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT! A private party, in a restaurant setting By Steven Stolman

BALANCE 187 / FITNESS

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The Hott Shot Running Challenge

188 / HEALTH & WELLNESS

Copper tubs, grow your own food at a farm, and more

192 / WEALTH

The heat around the housing market By Judy Martel

AGENDA 199 / TOP BILLING

“Warhol! Warhol! Warhol!” comes to the Lighthouse ArtCenter

200 / CALENDAR

What to see and do this month

PHOTOGRAPHER: NICK MELE MODEL: EMMA HOLZER LOCATION: THE PALM BEACH HOME OF JANE HOLZER STYLIST: J. LOGAN HORNE HAIR/MAKEUP: DEBORAH KOEPPER, DEBORAH KOEPPER BEAUTY, PALM BEACH CLOTHING: CHANEL DRESS, PURSE, BELT, DINA C’S FAB AND FUNKY CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE, WEST PALM BEACH; CHANEL BLOUSE, CURATED VINTAGE FROM FIVESTORY, PALM BEACH.

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SEEN 216 / PALM BEACH MAGAZINE Hot parties, beautiful people

LAST WORD 220 / REAL TALK WITH...

Nicky Zimmermann, co-founder of the eponymous Australian fashion brand

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RICK OWENS ULLA JOHNSON OFFICINE CREATIVE NORMA KAMALI AVANT TOI CAMILLA

I L L U S T R A T E D Editor in Chief Daphne Nikolopoulos Creative Director Olga M. Gustine Executive Editor Mary Murray

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FROM THE EDITOR

Good for ALL

CAPEHART

A couple of months ago, I was texting with Emma Holzer, the young woman who graces our cover this month, about what to wear for a photo shoot, and I was impressed to learn that this budding Hollywood actress cared more about dressing consciously than dressing to impress. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with doing both, so stylist Logan Horne and I hatched a plan to outfi Emma in all pre-owned designer clothing that not only looks chic and timeless, but also negates the energy and resources required to make something new. Many women have followed this fashion strategy for years, but now the practice of frequenting luxury consignment boutiques like The RealReal has become more mainstream, largely because of a collective desire to lessen our environmental impact. At the same time, stores like Unsubscribed, which focuses on sustainable fashion, have become household words among the stylish set. I, for one, think that’s pretty cool. In this issue of PBI, we focus on sustainability and mindful practices. In our cover story, “Triple Threat,” Emma gives insight into her career as a singer, actress, and model; shares anecdotes about her grandmother, Warhol muse Jane Holzer; and talks about her commitment to taking action on environmental issues. Turn to page 94 for our profile of this rising star, who models vintage designer looks from Dina C’s and Fivestory. Sustainable goods also figure prominently in this issue. See our roundup of slow and recirculated fashion in “Insider” (page 48), our editors’ favorite upcycled picks in “The Edit” (page 66), and Earth-friendly clothing and accessories to incorporate into your wardrobe (page 64). Green market finds, many of which are sourced from local farms or handmade by Palm Beach County artisans, are always eco-conscious choices, and we’ve outlined a host of options from farmers markets throughout our area. Check out our “Green Market Guide” on page 102 and discover giftable items, hidden gems, take-home snacks, and kid-approved fare you can enjoy while shopping local. This month, be good to yourself—and to the Earth!

January #Goals Daphne Nikolopoulos

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HATS OFF TO NONPROFITS WHO: Nonprofits First WHAT: Fifth Annual Hats Off Awards WHERE: Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Local nonprofit organizations were honored at the annual event, which recognized each group’s dedication to improving the lives of children, women, families, and beyond across the Palm Beaches.

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BE THE LIGHT WHO: Live Like Jake Foundation WHAT: “Be the Light” Gala WHERE: Lady Jean Ranch, Jupiter HIGHLIGHTS: More than 160 guests gathered for an evening of drinks, dinner, dancing, and more, all in honor of the foundation’s lifesaving work to provide infant self-rescue swim lessons and swimming safety education to the community.

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What do you find at the intersection of fashion, art, and globe-trotting creative types? Some seriously covetable threads—and Deck Concept Store in West Palm Beach. Roberta Rosa and Ana Gomes founded the unique boutique last fall. Originally from Brazil, the two met when Rosa helped to bring Gomes’ PH Praia beachwear brand to the United States. Together, they see fashion from a global perspective and intend to showcase new and emerging designers from around the world at Deck, while also creating a gathering

space for those with similar interests through elements like a photo studio and a coworking area. “I started Deck so I could share my passion with other people,” says Rosa. She chose to launch Deck in West Palm Beach “not just because it could be a good business location, but also because it was the place I fell in love with and wanted to live. Opening Deck just made me love it more, and I am making amazing new friends, meeting great creators, and collaborating with other unique entrepreneurs.” (deckconceptstore.com) Turn the page for more retail news. PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2022

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OCEAN GARB Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute has a new way for oceanlovers to wear their hearts on their sleeves. The research organization teamed up with West Palm Beach–based apparel company Mang to create a special collection with designs that honor ocean and human health, aquaculture innovation and food security, technological innovation and national defense, and marine ecosystem conservation. Ten percent of sales of the shirts and stickers will benefit the organization. Making a difference is nothing new for Mang, whose team plants one mangrove along a living coastline for every item sold and has planted more than 350,000 to date. The Mang x FAU Harbor Branch collection is available for purchase through the end of this month. (manggear.com; fau.edu/hboi)

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The recent brick-and-mortar debut of The RealReal on Worth Avenue makes recirculating luxury goods as seamless as ever. PBI asked their merchandising team to look at local shopping and selling data (both in-store and online) to provide insight into what to buy and sell in Palm Beach this winter. (therealreal.com/palmbeach)

WOMEN’S READY-TO-WEAR

WOMEN’S HANDBAGS

WHAT TO SELL

Dresses for all occasions, ranging from casual day dresses by LoveShackFancy and Zimmermann, to cocktail and evening dresses by Khaite, Prada, and Gucci. Sell these now to make way for spring dresses.

Handbags with logos are always best sellers. Logo-centric styles from Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior always see strong demand locally and globally.

WHAT TO BUY

Vintage resort wear perfect for a Florida winter. In Palm Beach, we’ve seen strong demand for trending styles from vintage Gianni Versace, Emilio Pucci, and Missoni.

Resale values for classic investment styles like the Hermès Birkin and Chanel flap bag continue to rise and don’t show any signs of slowing down.

MEN’S READY-TO-WEAR

MEN’S ACCESSORIES

Demand for formal suiting (luxury blazers and two-piece suits) from brands like Tom Ford continues to rise month-overmonth and should continue as events pick up.

Yeezy sneakers are one of the top-selling styles in Palm Beach. Grailed and ultra-rare are great to sell right now to earn more.

Short-sleeve shirts that can go either casual or formal like polos and button-down shirts.

Classic Louis Vuitton Monogram or Damier leather bags and accessories are timeless styles to invest in and hold strong value on the resale market.

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Clockwise from bottom left: Renderings of Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s multimillion dollar expansion provide a preview of the Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts lobby, south exterior view, theater lobby, and GR2 lounge.

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Founded in 1978 as the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre, owned and operated by the actor himself, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre has lived several lives. The landmark building was renovated in 2003 and reopened under its current name in 2004. Andrew Kato—who started at the theater in 1982 as a waiter, eventually returning in his current role as producing artistic director and chief executive—witnessed it all firsthand and is excited for what’s to come as the theater reopens this month following a $36 million expansion. “The idea of doing this buildout came from a five-year strategic plan that identified ways the Maltz Jupiter Theatre hoped to grow,” Kato explains. “All of the objectives required facility expansion to accomplish.” The expansion will allow the Maltz to preview shows in Jupiter before they go on to Broadway and other venues. Additional enhancements include doubling the size of the Goldner Conservatory and constructing a 199-seat black box theater, two elements that will enable the Maltz to increase its

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arts and education programs and diversify offerings to include new works and alternative theater. Of course, the high production values and “Broadway quality” guest experience that patrons know and love will remain intact, as the main audience chamber is unchanged. “Most of the changes improved the backstage experience, including a Broadway-scaled stage and three stories of production support space,” Kato explains. Behind the scenes, the expansion meant a new state-of-the-art space in which to work. “Buildings are brick and mortar—it’s the people who come together to do the work that makes an organization great,” Kato says. “I think the new building will be a source of community pride not only in its physical beauty, but also in its ability to serve many different community members.” (jupitertheatre.org)

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VITAMIN A–RICH FOODS

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VITAMIN E–RICH FOODS

What they do: Defend the body against germs, bacteria, and viruses.

What they do: Regulate antimicrobial proteins that ward off pathogens.

What they do: Protect immune cells from oxidation.

What they do: Help make protein and fight off bacteria and viruses.

What they do: Prevent and treat illnesses.

Examples: Broccoli, tomatoes, brussels sprouts, bell peppers, citrus, berries, spinach

Examples: Salmon, tuna, eggs, mushrooms

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1. Desert jumpsuit in dusty olive ($248), Unsubscribed, unsubscribed.com, this consciously made, slow-fashion brand reflects a global perspective. | 2. Pailou rattan handbag ($328), Wicker Wings, wickerwings.com, while crafting handmade wicker handbags, this socially conscious business also creates artisan jobs. | 3. Women’s crewneck lightweight sweaters ($170 each), Sheep Inc., sheepinc.com, Sheep Inc. knitwear is made from zero-emission, no-waste, carbon-negative materials that are traceable from farm to wardrobe. | 4. Resurfacing Mask, Regenerating Cleanser, Hydrating Floral Essence, and Rejuvenating Serum (prices vary), Tata Harper, tataharper.com, in addition to using recyclable glass and cartons, Tata Harper products utilize raw materials that are derived from renewable resources. | 5. Ajax shirt handmade from vintage designer scarves ($2,145), J. Logan Home, jloganhome. com, this sustainable luxury lifestyle brand breathes new life into pre-owned designer goods. | 6. Planet Gala slingbacks in Cube Perspective printed recycled nylon ($795), Pierre Hardy, pierrehardy.com, the Pierre Hardy Planet Collection upcycles the luxury house’s leather stocks, recycles generated nylon, and uses vegetable-tanned leather.

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ECO CHIC Long regenerated necklace in Pink Floyd stripe ($180) and Love Me Love Me Not Jacquard Pillow ($245), Jonathan Cohen, jonathancohenstudio.com What’s not to love about Jonathan Cohen’s mission to champion sustainability and mindfulness through design? The eco-chic brand launched its e-commerce platform, The Studio, in 2019, geared toward weaving leftover fabric scraps and turning them into stunning creations. I love the runwayinspired pillows and necklaces made in partnership with organizations like the Refugee Artisan Initiative. —Melissa Puppo, contributing editor

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1. BEAUTIFUL BURGUNDY Uneek ring with a garnet and diamonds set in 18-karat white gold, $16,900. By special order, Mayors, Boca Raton (mayors.com) 2. THINK PINK Boucheron Serpent Bohème pendant earrings with rhodolite garnets and diamonds set in 18-karat pink gold, $27,400. Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour (saksfifthavenue.com) 3. RED HOT David Yurman Châtelaine pendant necklace with a garnet and diamonds set in 18-karat gold, $2,150. David Yurman, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton (davidyurman.com) 4. PURPLE PORTRAIT Lydia Courteille nineteenth-century cameo ring with garnets and agate set in 18-karat gold, price upon request. (lydiacourteille.com) 5. FEISTY FIREBALL Pomellato M’ama non M’ama bangle with garnets and diamonds set in 18-karat rose gold, $2,520. Hamilton Jewelers, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens (hamiltonjewelers.com) 6. FRESH IN FUCHSIA Tiffany & Co. Jean Schlumberger ring with a garnet and diamonds set in platinum and 18-karat gold, price upon request. Tiffany & Co. locations (tiffany.com) 7. WINE TIME Effy Jewelry Bordeaux earrings with garnets and diamonds set in 14-karat gold, $1,957. Macy’s locations (macys.com) 8. CUE THE CRIMSON Yvel ring with a garnet and diamonds set in 18-karat gold, price upon request. Yvel, Palm Beach, Boca Raton (yvel.com)

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From a body scrub that gives back to the National Resources Defense Council, to a Made Safe–certified bath soak and 100 percent biodegradable deodorant, these sustainable, conscious picks are good for you and for the planet: Papr So Hot Right Now Deodorant ($14, papercosmetics.com); EvioSkin Rejuvenating Mask & Moisturizer ($22, eviobeauty.com); Shinery Radiance Wash jewelry cleaner with plant-derived surfactants ($28, shinery. com); True Botanicals Nature Bathing Forest Bath Soak ($38, truebotanicals.com); TO112 Shampoo for Damaged Hair ($40, to112.com); C & The Moon Malibu Made Body Scrub ($38, candthemoon.com); and Saje True Dew Face Oil ($44, saje.com). —Abigail Duffy

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Award-winning physicians and advanced technology enable Jupiter Medical Center to provide a broad range of services with numerous specialty concentrations and centers of excellence including: The Anderson Family Cancer Institute brings together a multidisciplinary team of renowned surgical, medical and radiation oncology experts and state-of-the-art technology rivaling that of any academic medical center. The Robson Heart & Vascular Institute provides the full spectrum of adult cardiac care from minimally invasive heart procedures to our open-heart surgery program. Our dedicated team uses the latest techniques and advanced technology to deliver high success rates, low complication rates, and the best patient outcomes. The Anderson Family Orthopedic and Spine Center of Excellence is the only program in the State of Florida to hold Joint Commission Certifications for hip, knee, shoulder and spine surgery and the Blue Distinction Center + designation for total knee and hip replacement for spine surgery for delivering exceptional care and results for patients undergoing these surgeries. Women’s & Children’s Services include the Florence A. De George Obstetrics Unit offering spacious, private birthing suites and the Level II De George Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Pediatric Services include the Mastroianni Family Pediatric Emergency Department, the De George Inpatient Pediatric Unit, pediatric imaging, surgery and both inpatient and outpatient pediatric therapy.

The Neuroscience Institute includes Jupiter Medical Center’s Thrombectomy-Capable Stroke Center (TSC). The center is certified by the Joint Commission in collaboration with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association ensuring that we have met rigorous national standards, clinical guidelines, and outcomes of care. Also Offering: • • • • • • •

Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Tansky Concierge Unit Frenchman’s Creek Center for Excellence in Digestive Health Imaging Services including Interventional Radiology Pain Management Cary Grossman Health & Wellness Center including outpatient rehabilitation • Sleep Disorders Center • Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine • Emergency and Urgent Care Services

For more information about Jupiter Medical Center visit jupitermed.com.

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ESCAPE ISLAND IDOLS

Discover new heights of coastal luxury at these FOUR STUNNING RESORTS in the Seychelles

COURTESY OF FOUR SEASONS RESORT SEYCHELLES, MAHE

By Paul Rubio

Swimming on the edge: Take a dip in your private infinity pool overlooking Petite Anse bay at Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, Mahé.

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COURTESY OF FOUR SEASONS RESORT SEYCHELLES, MAHE

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FOUR SEASONS RESORT SEYCHELLES, MAHÉ

Clockwise from above: Enjoy watersports like kayaking and surfing, alfresco dining, and yoga on the rocks at Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, Mahé.

Given the bounty of beautiful beaches in the nearby Caribbean, it’s reasonable to ask: Why travel as far as the Seychelles for a holiday? Step into a treehouse villa at the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, Mahé, and you’ll see why. Here, discover a marriage of next-level natural splendor and amenity-rich accommodations that defines the modern paradise. Etched into the mountainside above Petite Anse bay, the resort overlooks more than an idyllic duet of white sands and turquoise waters. It also grants bird’s-eye views of the dramatic granitic landscapes that make Seychelles’ beaches unlike any other in the world, distinguished by towering rippled slabs and mammoth geometric boulders punctuated by broadleaf forest. Beyond the raw beauty, the 67-key property wows with spaces designed for embracing languid days. Beginning at a generous 2,002 square feet, each freestanding villa boasts an infinity pool, lounge deck, outdoor shower, and open-air reading pavilion. Inside, a feminine-tinted, Creole-inspired aesthetic feels at once comfortable and stylish, while a sleek bathroom enhances the Zen vibe (a heavenly glass-encased bathtub with panoramic views helps). In between hours of relaxation, try yoga on the beach or on the rocks, hike trails leading to ancient ruins, take surf lessons, or mentally recharge at Le Syel Spa, located at the resort’s highest point. After experiencing this extraordinary setting and a sanctuary that feels like the ideal beach house, the distance required to reach the Seychelles is no longer a question—it’s a welcomed rite of passage to a new echelon of luxury travel. (fourseasons.com/seychelles)

COURTESY OF FOUR SEASONS RESORT SEYCHELLES AT DESROCHES ISLAND

FOUR SEASONS RESORT SEYCHELLES AT DESROCHES ISLAND

Clockwise from above: The Lighthouse bar and restaurant; cozy mod villas; bird’s-eye view of the far-flung and fabulous Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island.

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Sprinkled across the Indian Ocean, the 115 islands that form Africa’s smallest nation are a contrast of high-rising granite islands and low-lying coralline islets. The latter dot the archipelago’s southern reaches and remain mostly uninhabited, with a few glorious exceptions. Case in point: the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island, which is blessed with 9 miles of coastline, vibrant coral reefs, a thriving population of Aldabra tortoises, and 71 villas dressed in an understated mix of whites, woods, and natural textures. Prior to touchdown, the scenic flight to Desroches puts its far-flung location in perspective, cueing all the fabulous feels of separation from the outside world. Once on ground, another sense of awe hits, as the island’s riches and exclusivity grow even more tangible.

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COURTESY OF ANANTARA MAIA SEYCHELLES VILLAS

ANANTARA MAIA SEYCHELLES VILLAS

Clockwise from above: View of Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas from the beach below; hyper-fresh, beach-conscious cuisine; private infinity pool panorama; outdoor bathtub; private dining on the beach.

Active travelers can look forward to more than 70 activities, from snorkeling to deep-sea fishing, tortoise feeding, stargazing, and yoga. For those who prefer to go schedule-free, a handful of beaches beckon, as do miles of bike trails and random tortoise encounters aplenty (look out for Desroches’ oldest reptilian resident, 120-year-old George). You could also simply enjoy the good life by unapologetically lounging around your pool (every villa has one), treating yourself to a restorative spin at the Circle of Connection Spa, or savoring exquisite sunsets at the island’s tiered lighthouse, which triples as a lookout point, bar, and restaurant. While you’ll have to share Desroches with other guests, the island’s sheer size, remote location, and breadth of activities mean you’ll rarely encounter another human. It’s a wonderland reserved for the lucky few, one that can fulfill the promise of total isolation. (fourseasons.com/seychellesdesroches)

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In early 2021, Thai-based hotel giant Anantara made its grand Seychelles debut with the rebrand of an iconic Bill Bensley–designed hideaway often regarded as the archetype of coastal African luxury. Say hello to the new Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas, a 30-acre retreat along Mahé’s southwest coast, comprising 30 thatched villas measuring 2,691 square feet apiece, all rife with transitional indoor-outdoor spaces (including a duo of infinity pools) and breathtaking views of the Seychelles’ boulderstrewn beaches. Every villa comes with a dedicated private butler, whose sole job is to deliver your perfect stay in paradise. Since everyone’s version of perfection may differ, a gamechanging “Beyond All Inclusive” policy fosters multiple ones. As the name suggests, “Beyond All Inclusive” is more than limitless food and beverage offerings; it allows guests to get or do whatever they want, whenever they want, however they want. This extends to unscripted meals any time, which can be served on the beach, under the stars, in the pool—you name it. It includes impromptu or planned adventures such as instructor-led qigong, unlimited scuba diving, and a Champagne sunset on the beach with tiki torches (and, yes, the likes of Billecart-Salmon Brut Champagne are part of this all-inclusive). In this fairy tale, there’s no need for a lantern or a genie to grant your wishes; just WhatsApp an attentive butler, and his or her all-star team will ensure all your island fantasies become reality. (anantara.com/en/maia-seychelles)

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Clockwise from left: The private infinity pool at Ocean House (top room product); property overview; Library Room; Anpe Spa, all at Mango House Seychelles by LXR Hotels & Resorts.

MANGO HOUSE SEYCHELLES BY LXR HOTELS & RESORTS

Hilton’s latest upscale brand, LXR Hotels & Resorts, is making waves thanks to the October 2021 opening of Mango House Seychelles, an exquisite boutique property with a big personality. Once the family estate of Italian photographer Gian Paolo Barbieri, Mango House is now an intimate resort of 41 seafront villas and suites, where luxury lies in the smallest details. Slick staff uniforms, poolside mood music, and small clusters of mod guest rooms set the

tone, collectively channeling a bohemian sophistication on par with St. Barths. Committed to authenticity, the amenities and experiences at Mango House skew Seychellois, from rimmed sun hats and printed bath kimonos designed by renowned artists Michael and Alyssa Adams, to the spa’s Belliche products hailing from a local one-woman microenterprise. At Koyoke, one of five on-site bars and restaurants, choose from 41 hard-to-find Indian Ocean rums or work your way through a menu of tea-infused gin martinis, including a blend created just for Mango House.

At Moutya, feast on fiery Seychellois cuisine prepared using traditional methods (think: hot coals and steamed husks). Given such attention to detail, it’s no surprise that all staff members are briefed on each incoming guest daily, lending to highly personalized service. And unlike most high-end properties that encourage never leaving, Mango House offers every room a free electric vehicle for exploration, allowing guests to experience the epic beauty and culture of the Seychelles on an even grander scale. (hilton.com) «

2022 Luncheon and Fashion Show Chairwoman Nancy Hart Honorary Chairwoman Suzanne Niedland Co-Chairwomen Ileene Fisher Connie Frankino Marianne Gold Ari Rifkin National Chairwoman Merrill Fisher Gottesman Chairwoman Emeritus Joan G Rubin Woman of the Century Award Recipient Hermé de Wyman Miro President/ Founder Deborah Kann Schwarzberg

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The Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation is proud to be celebrating its 22nd Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show on January 24, 2022 at the beautiful Breakers in Palm Beach. The much anticipated fashion show will be held after the event’s silent auction and feature internationally renowned designer, J. Mendel, and their stunning new collection. All proceeds will benefit RDK’s mission of saving lives through education about the prevention and early detection of skin cancer, specifically Melanoma. Featured picture includes Luncheon Committee Chairwoman, Nancy Hart, Honorary Chairwoman Suzanne Niedland, alongside John Couris, and our newest sunscreen dispenser. These sunscreen dispensers can be found at parks, public pools, beaches, and other outdoor venues all around Palm Beach County, Tampa, and in the city of Philadelphia. Tampa General Hospital is the official Diamond Sponsor for this year’s event. John and TGH seek to provide an elevated level of health care, that effortlessly coincides with the many initiatives RDK is currently involved in and plans for the Foundation’s future.

Please scan the QR code below for sponsorship opportunities or to purchase Luncheon tickets.

Thank You For Your Support

Luncheon sponsorships and tickets can be purchased directly at www.melanomaluncheon.com or by scanning the QR code.

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Shine in Time

For The Holidays

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back in time, even—that’s because it is. Though the temptation is to do a whole lot of nothing, active types won’t be disappointed. There’s a pickleball court on property and a 24-hour gym for those who like to work up a sweat. An onsite concierge can help arrange fishing outings, especially when the tarpon is biting, as well as day trips to other Keys by boat, car, or seaplane. The Islands is committed to conservation and sustainability, and even offers guests eco-themed excursions like exploring Big Pine Key to see the precious, endangered Key deer. Memories, and good vibes, guaranteed. (theislandsofislamorada.com) «

comfort imaginable (down to a fully stocked laundry room) and multiple areas for families to spread out. Best of all, they’re perched directly on the water’s edge, so access to the beach, pools, and marina couldn’t be easier. The mood here is definitely relaxed, but that’s the idea. Gather at your ground-level alfresco dining room for breakfast, then grab a paddleboard or kayak (both are complimentary to guests) and explore the shoreline. Later, play a game of volleyball or take an outdoor fitness class. At day’s end, enjoy cocktails at the Ocean House tiki bar or kick back on Adirondack chairs and watch the sunset while the kids play cornhole. If it sounds idyllic—a step

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By Daphne Nikolopoulos f you’re on a Florida Keys road trip and you haven’t left your cares behind by the time you reach Upper Matecumbe Key, make a sharp left at mile marker 82.7. That will take you straight to the gates of The Islands of Islamorada, a compound of 22 gracious villas huddled around a private beach. From the minute your tires crunch over the gravel-and-seashell roads, you’ll feel the decompression. And as soon as you enter your villa—with its airy, bright spaces and breezeswept terraces with a view of the sea—you may just decide that island time is the best time of all. Not surprisingly, The Islands of Islamorada was developed by the Frisbie Group, one of Palm Beach’s most well-known familyowned businesses. The tight-knit Frisbies are all about multigenerational gatherings, and that ethos has driven the design of the villas. With four bedrooms and more than 3,100 square feet across three levels, these homes away from home have every creature

Clockwise from left: Sunset viewing around the firepit; hammocks beckon throughout the property; balcony off the master suite of a four-bedroom villa; a serene bedroom with an ocean view.

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THE ISLANDS OF ISLAMORADA COMBINES THE COMFORTS OF HOME WITH THE JOYS OF A CAREFREE ISLAND VACATION

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“Place St. Michel” Edouard Cortes Signed lower left Size 18 1/2” x 21 1/2” (image) Oil on canvas

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From Boca, With Love PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE BOCA RATON

The Boca Raton pens a new chapter with MAJOR RENOVATIONS that restore its historic luster By Mary Murray

Clockwise from far left: Terrace and dining room of The Flamingo Grill; renovated suite in the Tower; rendering of the new Harborside Pool Club.

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hat’s old is new again—and then some—at The Boca Raton. Formerly The Boca Raton Resort & Club, the property has embraced its original name and, with it, a return to the type of bespoke luxury that made it a coveted destination in the first half of the twentieth century. As it prepares to celebrate its hundredth birthday later this decade, The Boca Raton is unveiling a $175 million phase one transformation inclusive of refreshed accommodations, must-visit restaurants, and exciting gathering spaces that

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are sure to amplify the resort’s glamorous reputation. Top among these new spaces is the reimagined Cloister, where renovations have struck a balance between honoring architect Addison Mizner’s vision and creating cool hangouts worthy of the twenty-first-centur jet-setter. The Mizner Lounge, for example, is anchored by a historic fireplace, while the building itself has been repainted in the same white hue it donned in 1926. Over at MB Supper Club, diners are transported to the 1930s and ’40s, complete with live entertainment, vintage dishware, and monkey motifs galore— because every Mizner property must have a reference or two to good ole Johnnie Brown. MB Supper Club is just one of the more than half-dozen new dining concepts at The Boca Raton, many of which are collaborations with New York–based Major Food Group. Leading the charge are Marisol at The Boca Raton Beach Club and The Flamingo Grill, which opened over the summer and offers a retroredux take on the American chophouse experience. Amid a chic convivial setting, patrons can sample filet mignon, Cajun snapper, Mon-

tauk Pearl oysters, and fried-to-perfection onion rings that are worth the trip to Boca alone. Additional openings at the Cloister include modern Japanese and Italian eateries as well as the lakefront Palm Court cocktail lounge and Sadelle’s, a Major Food Group brunching hot spot with roots in NYC. When it comes to new accommodations, the biggest makeover is taking place at the Tower, where the acclaimed Rockwell Group has brought artistic touches to the 225 suites. Updated suites are also available at the Bungalows and the adults-only Yacht Club, which boasts personal concierges and floor valets Perhaps the most see-and-be-seen addition at The Boca Raton is the Harborside Pool Club. Here, hotel guests and club members can take a dip at one of four pools, engage in retail therapy at on-site boutiques, or lounge the day away in a private cabana. Kids are privy to their own club, as well as two massive water slides and a 450-foot lazy river. All of this—and even more—adds up to a new era of excellence for The Boca Raton. While retaining a reverence for the past, the resort is catering to next-gen luxury travelers, those who know that where you stay is just as important as where you go. (thebocaraton.com) «

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ESCAPE TRAVEL JOURNAL

The City of Eternal SPRING

VIBE Artistic, evolving, hospitable

ALEX CELIS

Camilo Celis is proud to be from West Palm Beach, but his Colombian roots are equally meaningful. Celis’ parents emigrated from Medellín, Colombia, in the early 1980s, and he and his two brothers (with whom he co-founded and co-owns Celis Produce) are the first generation to be born in the United States. At least twice a summer, Celis stays at his family apartment in the Antioquia town of Envigado, just a few minutes outside Medellín. While the culture, quality time with family and friends, music, and food are highlights, Celis also gives back; on each trip, he pays a visit to Duendes Rugby Club in Barrio Manrique, where he sponsors the young players. In addition, he and his brothers recently started a marketing company in Medellín called Andis Marketing. —Skye Sherman

Medellín, Colombia

WHEN TO GO August, when the Festival of the Flowers (Feria de Las Flores) takes place. It’s full of activities such as a Paso Fino horse and vintage automobile parade, flower displays, and endless music.

UNWRITTEN RULE THE LOCALS LIVE BY When entering and leaving a taxicab, be careful to not slam the doors too hard. This is a big pet peeve with the cab drivers.

HOW TO START THE DAY If I’m in a rush, I make a coffee and arepa de chócolo (sweet corn cake) with farmer’s cheese on top. If I have time to sit down and enjoy a meal, I go to El Rancherito restaurant (elrancherito.com.co) and have a bandeja paisa (ground meat, plantains, fried egg, chicharrón, avocado, chorizo, arepa, red beans, white rice, and morcilla, or black pudding sausage). WHERE TO EAT Crepes & Waffles (crepesywaffles.com has a very casual vibe. Their broccoli and cheese crepe and Nutella waffle with fruit are to die for.

WHERE TO SHOP El Tesoro mall, the local vendors and shops, and—my favorite—the market stands scattered throughout the city

El Peñón de Guatapé

BEST VIEW IN TOWN The top of El Peñón de Guatapé. It’s 740 steps to reach the very top, but the views are amazing.

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ON A FREE MORNING Grab a coffee and walk through Botero Plaza.

Festival of the Flowers

Botero Plaza

El Pueblito Paisa Bocadillo

local dish to dream about Churrasco steak with a side of potato wedges from Casablanca Steak House Signature drink A cold Aguila or Club Colombia beer

MUST-DO EXPERIENCE NOT IN THE GUIDEBOOKS Visit Atanasio Girardot Stadium (the playing grounds for football clubs Atlético Nacional and Independiente Medellín) and the Medellín Sports Coliseum, which hosted the 2010 South American Games. HOMETOWN GOOD TO SAMPLE AND STOCKPILE Bocadillo for sure! It’s a guava paste treat that’s very popular in Colombia. A SOLO OUTING Take a cab up to El Pueblito Paisa.

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Over to the DARK SIDE

Rolls-Royce gives its new Ghost the Black Badge treatment—and a whole lot of ATTITUDE

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’m seeing stars—literally—sparkling down from the sea of roofmounted, fiber-optic LED lights that make up Rolls-Royce’s acclaimed Starlight Headliner. As I gaze up, I spot a shooting star coursing its way across the roof lining. Looking forward, I’m awed by the illuminated passenger-side dashboard replete with 850 twinkly LEDs. I crank up Don McLean singing “starry, starry night” on the 1,300-watt, 16-speaker stereo and the celestial mode is complete. All this ethereal illumination is offered on every exquisite new RollsRoyce Ghost sedan. The difference here is that we’re driving the very latest, most noir Ghost yet: the 2022 Black Badge Ghost. Black Badge models are in pretty high demand at the Flying Lady company these days. After kicking the series off back in 2016 with the Black Badge Wraith coupe, Rolls-Royce followed up with the previous-gen Ghost, the Dawn convertible, and the box-on-wheels Cullinan SUV. This new BB Ghost is the carmaker’s darkest, boldest, most “murdered out” offering to date, a car that firmly takes the company over to the dark side. Darth Vader would be proud. Design cues include stealthy-black finishes for that imposing grille and iconic Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament. And if you go for black

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paintwork—why wouldn’t you?—the hue POWER FILE is rumored to be the darkest in the industry. PRICE: FROM $437,350 Not into black? There are 44,000 colors in ENGINE: 6.75-LITER TWINthe Ghost palette to choose from, but there’s TURBO V12 POWER: 591 HP TORQUE: 664 LB-FT nothing too menacing about a Black Badge TRANSMISSION: 8-SPEED Ghost in Mary Kay pink. Inside it’s all deep AUTOMATIC 0-60: 4.5 Bolivar wood, dark carbon fiber–like veneer, SECONDS TOP SPEED: and blacked-out chrome, though the con155 MPH LENGTH/WIDTH: trasting teal leather of our test car was mind218/85 INCHES WEIGHT: blowingly gorgeous. 5,489 POUNDS WHY WE The BB package also includes a set of stunLOVE IT: BECAUSE GOING ning new 21-inch composite wheels, each OVER TO THE DARK SIDE made up of layers of carbon fiber, with a MAKES THIS THE BEST forged aluminum hub and aerospace-grade ROLLS-ROYCE ON THE titanium fasteners. MARKET. Power for the turbine-smooth 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 increases from the “standard” Ghost’s 563-horsepower to 591. Even more noteworthy is the bump in torque from 627 lb-ft to 664. To bring some more, dare we say, “sportiness” to the way the car handles, the air suspension is a little firmer, with a tad more heft added to the steering for a more dynamic and agile feel. The introduction of a “Low” mode gear setting (Rolls’ equivalent of “Sport”) for the car’s reworked 8-speed automatic quickens acceleration.

It now unleashes maximum torque at just 1,700 rpm and is said to cut shift times in half. The latest Ghost has always felt rapid, but in Black Badge guise, off-the-line response feels stronger, more urgent. Zero-to-60-mph sprinting time is reported to have dropped by 0.3 seconds to 4.5 seconds. But it’s the recalibrated steering that, for me, is the biggest change. It feels more precise, a little heavier, more responsive. And, coupled with standard all-wheel drive and rear-wheel steering, this Ghostly Black Badge has become my favorite Rolls-Royce ever. Pricing begins at $437,350—the Black Badge package adds $43,850 to the sticker—though start talking to the people at Rolls-Royce Bespoke division and you’ll quickly get up to the $483,700 value of our tester car. But trust me, piloting l FOLLOW HOWARD WALKER’S THE WHEEL this Ghost will definitely WORLD BLOG ON PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM have you seeing stars. «

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Head off to the Bahamas or even the Greek islands in the stylish, Turkish-built charter yacht ONLY NOW By Howard Walker You’ve got to love a charter yacht that comes with a “snuggling pad” as one of its key features. And why not? If you’re anchored under the galaxy of stars off Green Turtle Cay in the Bahamas, why wouldn’t you want to cuddle with your honey? The luxury charter yacht market is currently on fire as families crave to head off-the-grid in safe, sanitized isolation. While there are literally thousands of charter vessels available for forays into the warm waters of the Caribbean and Bahamas, one of our current favorites is the stunning 113-foot minisuperyacht Only Now from Turkish builder Tansu. She’s available for rent through leading charter bookers Hill Robinson for around $80,000 a week between now and spring. Then she’ll head back across the pond for summer cruising throughout the Mediterranean—the Greek islands are some of her favorite stomping grounds— when the weekly rate goes up to€ 80,000 euros, or roughly $92,000. What’s especially appealing about Only Now is she’s just undergone a $850,000 refit that included a full paint job and reupholster that, accord-

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ing to Hill Robinson, makes her “box fresh.” As part of the makeover, the top deck was extended to fit an eight-seat dining table, a backlit onyx bar, and a huge, rotating TV screen for under-the-stars screenings. It’s perfect, no doubt, for watching The Perfect Storm. We hear the crashing waves sound downright scary on Only Now’s upgraded surroundsound system. The yacht can accommodate up to eight guests in four spacious ensuite cabins on the lower deck. The full-beam master suite is centrally located and boasts a walk-in closet, his and hers bathrooms, and an office area when duty calls. There’s also a large VIP suite forward, a double stateroom to port, and a twin stateroom to starboard. On the main level, there’s a cozy salon that opens to a shaded back deck with a lovely dining area, seating area, and sun-worshipping pads galore. In the tucked-away galley, pretty much all of the cooking equipment and appliances were changed or upgraded during the refit—as was every piece of cutlery, glassware, and crockery. But what I really love about Only Now is that in a world of nondescript, Clorox-bottle-shaped plastic yachts, she manages to stand out from the crowd. That dramatic, wave-cleaving axe bow, square-edged top, and battleship-gray paint are guaranteed to spin heads from Maine to Miami.

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Built in 2012 by Istanbul-based Tansu Yachts, she also has the distinction of being crafted entirely from wood. A legacy that goes back centuries, Turkish shipyards are masters at working with timber. But Tansu takes the art form to a new level with its light-yet-strong, wood-infusedwith-epoxy construction techniques. Only Now is no slouch either when she needs to get to Marsh Harbour in time for a seafood dinner at Conky Joe’s. Twin 1,700-horsepower Caterpillar diesels can punch her to a top speed of 21 knots. Throttle back to 12 and she’ll run close to 1,400 nautical miles on one tank. When you reach that idyllic anchorage, Only Now has all the water toys you’ll need to keep you and your crew amused for hours. There’s a Novurania RIB with a 70-hp motor for wakeboard adventures, plus a couple of Seabobs and a Sea-Doo Jet Ski—both new this year— along with a small armada of paddleboards, towables, and water skis. Speaking of the crew, Captain Matt Sowter and his team of five are there to ensure you’re safe, disinfected, and no doubt topped up with adult beverages. Chartering a yacht like Only Now is a great way to sample the superyacht lifestyle without actually owning one. And as a means of kicking back while exploring breathtaking locations, it’s hard to beat. Meagan Whelan, Hill Robinson’s charter manager, at their Fort Lauderdale office can tell you everything you need to know about Only Now—even the scoop about that snuggling pad. «

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TRIPLE THREAT A CAREER IN THE SPOTLIGHT RUNS IN THE FAMILY. BUT SINGER-ACTRESS-MODEL EMMA HOLZER IS NEVER TOO BUSY TO DO RIGHT BY MOTHER EARTH. By Paige Bowers | Photography by Nick Mele

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At just 23 years old, Emma Holzer is an old soul who shares spitfire tendencies with her grandmother, Jane Holzer, the famed Andy Warhol muse. But that’s where the similarities end. “She’s her own self,” Jane says. “People try to compare us. I mean—okay, fine—we’re both blondes and we’ve acted. But she’s smarter than me. I see a big future for her, and I think she’s going to be a huge movie star. She’s still a human being though, and she’s really sweet and cares about people and she’s kind. That’s what makes me so proud of her.” Like her grandmother before her, Emma is a multi-hyphenate, offering a triple-threat of talents

in singing, acting, and modeling. She grew up in Manhattan, but spent winters in Palm Beach because her mother, Ashley, is an equestrian dressage rider who frequented the Wellington circuit. While her mother was competing, Emma often spent time with her grandmother, “Janey,” as Emma calls her. Emma knew her grandmother was friends with Andy Warhol, and that the artist once filmed her father, Rusty’s, birthday. But she didn’t realize Janey was one of his muses until she was a teenager. “I was probably around 13 when I looked into the screen tests she did with him,” Emma says. “It’s weird. I know she was one of his muses, but to me she will always be Janey, always be Grandma.”

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That artistry is about to explode on-screen: Emma is slated to appear in an adventure thriller called Nine Bullets with Lena Headey (Game of Thrones) and Sam Worthington (Avatar). And she will be featured in the upcoming comedy, The Re-Education of Molly Singer, with Britt Robertson (Tomorrowland) and Jaime Pressly (My Name Is Earl). She is also taking her singing to the next level, working with music executive Charlie Walk who is known for turning upand-coming performers into household names. Songs like

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“The Sun” and “Overtime” came from this collaboration and show Emma’s promise as an Ariana Grande–style belter of danceable pop tunes. “I like to make music about the songs I needed when I was younger,” Emma says. “‘The Sun’ is definitely one of those songs. It’s about shining bright and not really caring what other people have to say about it. If shining bright makes people uncomfortable then that’s their problem. The sun doesn’t dim its shine, so why should I dim mine?” Emma is just as passionate about caring for the Earth as she is about building her career—and she’s fed up with those who turn a deaf ear to the signals the planet is sending. “It breaks my heart to see the destruction of the planet happening right before my eyes,” she says. “Ultimately, the Earth is our mother. It doesn’t need us, but we need it. It’s funny to me how the way we treat Earth is the way we treat women in our society. We exploit her and use her for profi and gain, but don’t take care of her. You look at climate change now, and we’re having record tornadoes, tsunamis, and hurricanes, and people are saying it’s not true. It’s like telling a woman she’s irrational and unreal for speaking up. We tell her to be quiet and everything will be fine. But it’s not fine. And Emma wants to take action. “I love the planet,” she says. “It has given me everything, and I want to give it everything in return. I want to take care of our home so that I can leave behind an Earth that my kids and their kids can live on and appreciate. I want to spread love and light where I can and fight back against things that are wrong.” Emma posts about ways to help the environment on Instagram (@emmaholzer) and embraces sustainable fashion when and where she can. One of her favorite sustainable lines is the local brand J. Logan Home, which turns vintage PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2022

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scarves from fashion houses like Prada, Gucci, and Hermès into beautiful shirts and home accessories. “There’s no reason why you can’t protect the environment and look great doing it,” she says. “This is a problem that is so much deeper than a lot of us may realize. Its roots are based in culture and the country. This country hasn’t been around that long and we’ve caused this much destruction this quickly. We need to look at our culture and rewrite the book so we can change things on a grassroots level.” Emma plans to use her career and clout to help make those changes. “One day, as my singing and acting career gets bigger, I want to use my platform to take bigger action, or start

a company, or become a big contributor to a company that can take action,” she says. For now, though, she’s working to build her buzz, mostly dividing her time between New York and Los Angeles for work, with plenty of visits to Palm Beach in between to relax and spend time with Janey. “I’ve grown to appreciate Palm Beach more as I’ve gotten older,” she says. “I love that you can drive 30 minutes and be able to ride horses. I love that the weather is great, and the ocean is so warm and beautiful. I just love how relaxed life feels out here. It’s very calm and serene.” And, of course, the sun shines brightly, just like she does. «

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WE’VE GOT THE LOWDOWN ON PALM BEACH COUNTY’S BEST MARKETS, WHERE YOU’LL FIND LOCALLY GROWN PRODUCE, ARTISAN-MADE CRAFTS, HOME-COOKED TREATS, AND MORE BY SKYE SHERMAN

WEST PALM BEACH GREEN MARKET (wpb.org/government/community-events/ community-events/west-palm-beach-greenmarket)

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WHERE TO FIND IT: The Great Lawn on the West Palm Beach waterfront (100 North Clematis Street). Free parking is available at the Evernia and City Center garages, or for $5 at the Banyan garage. Or, arrive by boat using the city’s free public docks. WHEN TO GO: Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. between October and April GO FOR: The water views and vendor selection ENTERTAINMENT: Enjoy bottomless mimosas and live music in the shade of the banyan tree on North Clematis Street, or relax on the open lawn. The dog-watching here is even better than the people-watching (and that’s saying something, since celebrities like Martha Stewart and

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Dr. Oz have been spotted shopping the market).

IN THE NEWS: The market was recently voted the No. 1 farmers market in the country by voters in USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice awards, beating out markethappy hot spots like Seattle, Washington; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Santa Monica, California. HISTORY LESSON: The West Palm Beach Green Market was born in 1995 when former mayor Nancy Graham was inspired to re-create the public market culture she witnessed in Europe. According to the city, Graham is quoted as saying, “In the green markets I visited, people selling the produce knew their shoppers’ names and the shoppers could ask questions about the products.” She envisioned something similar for West Palm Beach, and the first weekly public farmers market in the county opened with 13 vendors in the parking lot of Old City Hall. It immediately became part of locals’ weekly routine— despite the fact that for the first few weeks, city

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The West Palm Beach Green Market was voted the No. 1 farmers market in the country by voters in USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice awards.

staff purchased fruits and vegetables from the grocery store and resold them because no local farmers’ crops were ready yet. THE PERFECT HAUL: Line up early for a draft latte from Pumphouse Coffee Roasters. Reserve your other hand for the ultimate handheld snacks: a tub of fresh-cut fruit from My Exotic Fruits or a walk-around cone of still-warm apple cider doughnuts from Cider Doughnuts (follow your nose to find the right booth). Then make dinner plans: Grab fresh asiago gnocchi from Pasta Amore and pair it with artisanal pasta sauce from Frik & Frak, “spicy garlic chili wow” olive oil from Olive Oil of the World, and a tabletop floral arrangement from Love’s Flower Shop. BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS: A sizzling-hot chorizo, egg, and avocado arepa from TocToc Arepas, an over-the-top creation from The Biscuit Lady, or seasonally inspired baked goods from The Gourmet Muffin TAKE-HOME SNACKS: Pre-packaged chips and dips from The Ceviche & Guacamole House, and samosas and pumpkin paratha with tomato bhaji from Nisha’s Flavors of India GET A PIC FOR THE ’GRAM: Jamal Lake and his guys at Trapical Oasis (the Saturday-morning

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alter ego of Ganache Bakery) will crack open a fresh coconut for you to sip and savor with a straw. The freshly roasted treats from European Chimney Cake (sweet or savory) are fun to unravel and eat and are super photo-friendly, to boot. HIDDEN GEM: The sweet-but-tangy artisanal fruit shrubs from Pascale’s Jams pair perfectly with sparkling water for a spirit-free spritz, while his fresh fruit jams and mango hot sauce (made from hand-picked local mangoes) are just as delicious—and all three make a great gift for outof-towners in need of a little local love. LONGTIME STAPLES: Season after season, count on seeing R & R Orchids, Havana Restaurant, and Independent Seafoods at the market. LEARN MORE: Take a 90-minute walking tour led by architect and historian Rick Gonzalez to learn about the evolution of downtown West Palm Beach buildings and landmarks ($10 per person, proceeds benefit the Historical Society of Palm Beach County). Offered one Saturday per month, the tour departs from the Great Lawn at 10 a.m. and concludes at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum (300 North Dixie Highway). This season’s dates are January 8, February 5, March 5, and April 2.

DID YOU KNOW: Not just anyone can become a vendor at the West Palm Beach Green Market—there’s a rigorous application and voting process akin to Shark Tank that all vendors, even longtime staples, must endure. To prevent having too many of the same type of vendor, the market only allows a certain percentage of vendors in each category. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT: The market pledged to eliminate plastic straws, coffee stirrers, Styrofoam cups and containers, and single-use plastic bags in 2018. Bring your own reusable cloth shopping bags or grab some greenie goods from One World Zero Waste. PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2022 103

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Delray Green Market—now in its twenty-sixth season—boasts offerings for the whole family, with special emphasis on kids and pets.

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DELRAY GREEN MARKET (downtowndelraybeach.com/green-market) WHERE TO FIND IT: The front lawn of Cornell Art Museum at Old School Square in downtown Delray Beach (51 North Swinton Avenue). There’s free parking until 4 p.m. WHEN TO GO: Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. between October and May GO FOR: Now in its twenty-sixth season, this market hosts a potpourri of gourmet food vendors offering farm-to-fork produce, locally caught seafood, farm-fresh eggs, artisan cheeses and jams, prepared foods, plants and flowers, and lots of gluten-free, vegan, and organic products. ENTERTAINMENT: Expect live entertainment from local musicians every week; there’s everything from blues to folk, jazz, and classical. HIDDEN GEM: Stock up on treats from “the biscotti ladies,” otherwise known as Delicious Town Biscotti. While traditional flavors are avail-

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able, this isn’t your grandma’s biscotti: breakfast cereal, pineapple coconut, cranberryorange, and seasonal creations like candy cane and chai spice are a few of the hit flavors here. KID-FRIENDLY: Families love the climbable playground and shows from resident puppeteer Alan Gibson. During the holidays, there’s a 100foot Christmas tree alongside Santa’s house, a carousel, and an ice-skating rink. PET-FRIENDLY: Bring Fido for a chance to see your pooch’s pic featured on the @delray greenmarketdogs Instagram account. SIP’N’SHOP: The Pavilion Bar serves Bloody Marys, mimosas, craft beer, and other libations. DON’T MISS: Twice a month, a professional chef prepares a dish at the chef showcase tent using products selected from the market. Be sure to check social media for the recipe of the day. GIFTABLE: Snag a handcrafted charcuterie board from Delray woodmaker Larry Gramer or, for the sugar-inclined, decorated cookies from Love, KatieKakes.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS: “The Delray Green Market is a throwback to a simpler time when open-air markets and sharing food experiences with the butcher or shopkeeper was a common occurrence in everyone’s life,” says the Delray Green Market’s manager, Lori Nolan. FRESH FISH: You won’t find seafood fresher than the catches at Captain Clay & Sons (unless you take a rod out yourself). Local favorites include pumpkin swordfish, shrimp, stone crab, smoked fish dip, caviar, oysters, and more—and if Captain Clay is present, your purchase might be accompanied by a fishing tale. NURTURED BY EARTH: Gratitude Garden’s organic farm in Loxahatchee is responsible for their eye-catching selection of organic mushrooms (the golden oyster variety looks like it came from another planet), herbs, turmeric elixirs, and assorted greens. Their story is equally compelling: Their growing journey began when owner Joseph Chammas was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. He stopped the conventional treatment route early and, along with his wife, went raw vegan and began growing his own organic food, healing his body from the inside out.

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SWANK FARMERS MARKET (swankspecialtyproduce.com/markets) WHERE TO FIND IT: Swank Specialty Produce (14311 North Road, Loxahatchee). Located in the open-air pole barn, the market can go on rain or shine, and there’s abundant free parking on-site. WHEN TO GO: Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. between October and June

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ENTERTAINMENT: Jam out to Mitch Herrick of the Homegrown Sinners each week. FAMILY-FRIENDLY: Kids love visiting the resident farm animals, including pigs, chickens, and sheep.

DON’T MISS: Twice monthly, Uprooted Catering throws breakfast sandwiches on the grill and Tropical Smokehouse prepares Floridian barbecue. Okeechobee-based Sutton Milk pops up once or twice a month with fresh local whole milk and ice cream. HISTORY OF THE MARKET: Swank Specialty Produce started their farm in 2001; in 2014, they built an 8,500-square-foot pole barn and began hosting their ultra-popular Swank Table dinner series. At the end of the green market season that year, Swank continued selling their produce at the barn with a handful of other West Palm Beach vendors until the farm shut down for the summer. That continued until the pandemic hit—and inspired further growth. “With so much produce growing in our 50,000-square-foot shade house, and as an essential business, we opened our farm for fresh produce sales, inviting other essential vendors to join us,” shares Jodi Swank. “From March to July 2020, our Swank Farmers Market started to bloom with lines of people coming out to purchase farm-fresh items.” She invited other vendors to join her, and the Swank Farmers Market took off.

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NO POOCHES, PLEASE: Pets are not permitted at this market (other than service dogs).

NEW PERK: After 21 years of farming, the roads to the farm have finally been paved. Now you don’t have to go home and wash your car after visiting. ONLY AT SWANK: Blis Foods, a specialty Greek food supplier who imports from family farms in Greece (think olive oil, black garlic, dried heirloom bananas and figs, and more); Palm Beach Creamed Honey; and Swank Produce, of course! TAKE-HOME SNACK: Poppity Girls popcorn made from heirloom kernels from Wisconsin MUST TRY: Wagyu hotdogs and sliders from Palm Beach Meats

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Kitchen (their peach-mango empanadas are also out of this world).

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GET CAFFEINATED: The artful branding is just as good as the coffee from Killer Coffee Co., so you might want to grab a T-shirt to match your bag of Mexican beans.

WHERE TO FIND IT: Under the overpass at A1A and Lake Avenue in Lake Worth Beach (1 South Ocean Boulevard) WHEN TO GO: Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. between October and April GO FOR: Locally grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, clothing, curios, and dancing in the street—all in a beautiful waterside setting ENTERTAINMENT: Expect a live band every week. BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS: Sink your teeth into loaded breakfast tacos from Tres Tacos. PANTRY STAPLE: Dirty Bird’s Swett Sauce, a medium-heat sauce, kicks any food up a few notches (for the bravest among us, there’s an ultra hot “ghost” version, too). MUST TRY: Sample authentic Filipino favorites like lumpias and pancit from Ilocano

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DRESS TO IMPRESS: Blù Nomad’s line of fair-trade, eco-friendly women’s fashion is handcrafted in a small workshop in India. Owner Nathalie Verre will help you pick the perfect threads, whether that’s an indigo-dyed dress or hand-block-printed scarf. GIFTABLE: Shop artisan soaps, soy candles, custom boards, resin and epoxy art, and ready-to-give decorative gift boxes from Old Town Charm. THE PERFECT HAUL: Puka Maui’s Hawaiianinspired handmade bags, purses, pouches, and totes make for the perfect reusable market bag. Owner and designer Jordy Houglum turned her pandemic-borne sewing hobby into a business for her high school senior project at Maui Preparatory Academy, then moved to Delray Beach and watched her small business blossom. Her colorful patterned bags are eyecatching and eco-friendly.

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An iconic local setting creates a welcoming ambience for the Lake Worth Beach Waterside Farmers Market.

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THE GARDENS GREEN MARKET (pbgfl.com/278/greenmarket) WHERE TO FIND IT: City Hall Municipal Campus (10500 North Military Trail). There’s ample free parking in lots immediately adjacent to and within a quarter-mile of the market. WHEN TO GO: Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. year-round (with reduced hours in the summer months) GO FOR: The largest Sunday market in the area (most local markets of similar size are held on Saturday) is now in its twentieth season. There’s fresh produce, dairy, honey, pastries, prepared foods, flowers, cheeses, spices, and more. This market also has one of the widest selections of nonconsumable artisanal and handmade goods, from patio furniture to polymer clay jewelry to greeting cards—plus soaps, lotions, home decor, resort wear, jewelry, bird and butterfly houses, paintings, sculptures, pottery, and more. ENTERTAINMENT: Each week features live

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entertainment by local musicians on the Green Market pavilion stage as well as a demonstration, exhibit, or Gardens Art highlight in the Market Spotlight area. NO POOCHES, PLEASE: Pets are not permitted at this market, but bring Fido a home-baked treat from Dog Days Homemade Barkery and he’ll let it slide. FAMILY-FRIENDLY: Every fourth Sunday of the month, there’s a kids’ area with oversized classic games and fun photo ops. MUST TRY: Enjoy free tai chi classes every Sunday from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Veterans Plaza Amphitheater. SEASONAL DELIGHT: All the gourmet flavors of artisan granola and muesli from Laurie’s Pantry are delicious, but her seasonal creations (think Witches’ Brew and Trick or Treat around Halloween time) are an extra-fun pantry staple to rotate. DON’T MISS: Garlic Joy spreads, sauces, salsa,

Vendors at The Gardens Green Market include Gratitude Garden, Oceana Coffee, Brown Family, BioFarm Grassfed Provisions, Circle Bar C Goat Dairy, Akamai Accents, Seaside Smoothies, Mama Lee’s Elderberries, and Door2Door Microgreens.

and more from Joy’s Gourmet celebrate the perfect pairing of tomato and garlic. FRESH VEGGIES: Pure Produce, established in 1982, is a family-owned and -operated hydroponic farm with all the fresh produce you’ll need for the week. « PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2022 107

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Landscape designer Fernando Wong has styled the spaces of the rich and famous. A recent cocktail party at one of his favorite Palm Beach projects gave him a chance to showcase his work—and enjoy the fruits of his labor. BY LINDA MARX | PHOTOGRAPHY BY JERRY RABINOWITZ 108 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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Wong’s services may be more in demand than ever, but his trajectory as a designer has been a long time in the making. Wong recalls sketching houses and driveways as a young boy, and poring over design magazines as a teenager. He studied architecture and design in his native Panama, originally dreaming of becoming an interior designer and working in Rio de Janeiro. Instead, his path led to South Florida and a career in landscape architecture. After vacationing in Miami Beach in 2001, Wong moved to the Magic City because he fell in love with the quality of the light, the balmy weather, and the friendly people. One of those friendly folks—whom Wong met while rollerblading on Lincoln Road in South Beach—was his now-husband, Tim Johnson. Together, they run Fernando Wong Outdoor Living Design. Wong does the designing, while Johnson serves as CEO of the firm known for gorgeous garden follies, overthe-top pools, outdoor kitchens to rival Michelin-starred restaurants, and anything else a client dares to dream up. At the heart of it all, Wong From top left: The evening’s signature drink, the Wongarita; tableware designed by Amanda Lindroth. Opposite page, clockwise from top: Tuna wontons; watermelon stacks with feta cheese and prosciutto; Fernando Wong and Tim Johnson with David and Arelys Burck.

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ardens are getting their fair share of the limelight these days. One of the many lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have been this: spaces matter, whether they are outdoor or indoor. And for those in the know, award-winning landscape designer Fernando Wong is the go-to guy to make your outdoor space a showstopper. So much so, Wong says, that clients have begun to reach out to secure his design expertise at the earliest stages of their building or renovation plans. “More and more clients are coming to me first, even before they hire the architect or interior designer,” says Wong. “I think this shows how far gardens have come in terms of the way we live today. People realize how important the outside is, and how crucial spending time in nature is to their happiness and well-being.”

says, is his inspiration to turn outdoor areas into special spaces for exuberant entertaining. A few favorite projects stand out in Wong’s mind. In Los Angeles, he designed a duo of hot and cold swimming pools, allowing the owner to throw tailored swimming soirees. “We had a cold pool for daytime galas, and a second hot pool for nighttime debauchery,” he says. In the Hamptons, he redesigned a garden for entertaining in different areas—one for drinks, one for dinner, and one for dessert. “We created a pergola with a movable awning that can be open or closed depending on the weather,” he says. “The furniture plan took the hostess and her guests from before dinner to dining, and for after-dinner drinks around a firepit.

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People realize how important the outside is, and how crucial spending time in nature is to their happiness and well-being.”

—Fernando Wong

In Connecticut, Wong created a pool that suits his client’s penchant for throwing alfresco ballroom dancing parties; at the push of a button, the pool floor would rise as the water drained away, leaving a solid surface safe enough for everything from waltzes to mambos. And then there are the celebrity homes. Wong has designed landscaping for singer, actress, and on-screen personality Cher’s Key Biscayne home; a garden and soccer field at actor Matt Damon’s former Miami Beach house; a Japanese garden at music producer Pharrell

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From left: Florals selected by designer Tom Mathieu coordinated with the food, plantings, and garden furniture; shrimp and lobster spring rolls.

Williams’s Miami penthouse; and elaborate gardens meant to emulate Ralph Lauren’s Round Hill villa gardens at golfer Greg Norman’s former Jupiter Island estate. All of that attention has won Wong commission after commission— and a number of important accolades. Most recently, his landscape design on a 3-acre, John Volk–created Palm Beach estate garnered him a 2021 Palladio Award, as well as the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s Addison Mizner Award for overall excellence in classical and traditional architecture. But Wong doesn’t just flex his creative genius on residential homes— he’s also scored prized commercial projects like the Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club in Surfside, the Four Seasons in Palm Beach, the Four Seasons Residences in Fort Lauderdale, the Gasparilla Inn & Beach Club in Boca Grande, and the sculpture garden at the Institute of Contemporary Art Museum in the Miami Design District. Beyond Florida, his land-

scape designs grace the Perry Lane Hotel in Savannah, Georgia; a Bahamian national park; and the Lyford Cay Club in Nassau. Perhaps Wong’s sunniest exposure of late, though, is in the media. In March 2021, he joined Martha Stewart and lifestyle/landscape expert Chris Lambton on Clipped, a topiary competition series that debuted on the Discovery+ streaming channel. In a six-episode arc, Wong and his fellow judges critiqued the work of seven artists who meticulously transformed shrubbery, plants, and flowers into living sculptures. “I had a blast,” says Wong. “Each week was a different challenge, and I love Martha, who was wonderful.” But what’s a garden without a party to throw in it? Recently, Wong and Johnson hosted an island garden–themed cocktail party at the landmarked Palm Beach home of client Virginia Dadey. Dadey bought the home in 2013 and immediately began extensive renovations under the direction of architect Jacqueline Albarran. The garden is a natural extension of the house, and Dadey hired Wong to design it using elements that are compatible with the home’s architectural materials and style. “We enclosed the porch and made it part of the house but did not mar the views of the front garden,” says Albarran (who was also a guest at the party). “We used wood window frames and opened the ceilings inside so it is all an extension of the lawn. It makes for perfect entertaining in and out of the garden.” As guests arrived, Dadey was eager to show them Wong’s vision for her garden. “I hired Fernando and Tim to make a garden perfect for entertaining,” says Dadey. “I wanted privacy and greenery, and Fernando came up with wonderful ideas.”

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Clockwise from above: Herb-encrusted lamb lollipops; dark chocolate mousse with strawberries and edible gold flake; mahi-mahi cakes with salsa and avocado; garden party guests mingle while enjoying an array of passed hors d’oeuvres and buffet items created by chef Avalon Collier.

Wong mixed a variety of plantings for Dadey’s garden, which surrounds the back courtyard, front yard, and side of the home. “I used a clusia hedge for privacy, green island ficus to outline the garden beds in the front, added Palm Beach purple bougainvillea for pops of color, and Alexander palms to give the garden some height,” he explains. In the courtyard, he installed confederate jasmine espaliered in a crisscross pattern to soften the walls around the custom plunge pool— a popular gathering spot for conversation and cocktails as the garden party unfolded into the evening. “Fernando set up this pool vignette that is inviting yet private,” says Dadey. “In the front yard, he mastered the art of creating a garden in a confined space by using local vegetation, including lovely palms, yet left important open space for guests to stroll, chat, and enjoy nature.” Wong and Johnson greeted guests with the evening’s signature drink, the Wongarita. Created by Martha Stewart, it’s a mixture of Casamigos Blanco Tequila, Grand Marnier, Cointreau, lime juice, and sugar. The pair—who own homes in Miami, Palm Beach, and Key West— love to entertain, even at a home away from home like Dadey’s. “We’re especially happy to host a party for our friends and clients in one of our special gardens,” says Johnson. Wong worked with floral designer Tom Mathieu to create the soiree’s colorful arrangements that coordinated with the food, plantings, and garden furniture. “I love the creativity involved with designing floral arrangements,” says Wong, who opted for clusters filled with orchids, clusia, oleander, and confederate jasmine. For Wong, the evening was a full-circle moment, as he enjoyed Dadey’s garden as both host and creator. “I love the constant beauty and challenges present in my career, and that I can experience the happiness my clients feel when they enjoy the gardens,” he says. “Every day I pinch myself because I am able to express my creativity in my own way and live my dream.” «

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If you want space—lots of space—in a travel trailer that’s 30 feet long, you have to go high to create double-decker living. That’s the thinking behind the home-on-the-go Drake trailer from Colorado-based Land Ark RV. At more than 13 feet tall, it manages to squeeze in not

one, but two loft sleeping areas—without squeezing headroom in the spaces below. Speaking of space, this slightly imposing, square-edged, metal-sided, shipping-containeron-wheels, offers sleeping for six (seven if you use the sofa).

Across its 357 square feet, there’s also a wellequipped kitchen, a bathroom with a shower, a built-in sofa, and masses of storage. As a custom build, you can pick the materials you want, but we love the rustic, mountain-cabin-style, white-washed pine lining and the vinyl plank flooring.

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Go off-grid in style in one of these nine innovative and sustainable travel trailers BY HOWARD WALKER

Tipping the scales at a hefty 16,700 pounds dry, the three-axle Drake will require some muscle to tow it, but most industrial-grade Ford, GM, or Dodge pick-ups will get the job done. As for the price, the conversation starts at $159,000. (landarkrv.com/drake) Best Truck to Tow it: Ford F-250 King Ranch

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Nothing suggests a luxury nomadic lifestyle more than the riveted silver bullet known as the Airstream trailer. The legendary Wally Byam built his first version—the Airstream Clipper—in 1936, and the company has been manufacturing these shiny aluminum homes-on-wheels ever since. For its latest offering, Airstream has partnered with that purveyor of household knick-knacks, Pottery Barn, to create the five-berth, $157,700 Airstream Pottery Barn Limited Edition. Developed from Airstream’s mainstay 28-foot International model, the trailer’s interior has been designed by Pottery Barn’s domestic divas to include a laid-back

beach cottage theme inspired by California’s Pacific Coast. That means cozy bouclé fabric for the sofas and seating, oatmeal linen emery curtain fabric, striped pillows and cushions, and an array of PBcurated crockery, cutlery, fixtures, and fittings. We love the custom “Welcome” doormat. To add substance to all this style, the trailer features Airstream’s Smart Control Technology that lets you monitor and control everything from the lights and the thermostat to the awning, all from your smartphone. (airstream.com/travel-trailers/ pottery-barn-special-edition) Best Truck to Tow it: Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe Hybrid

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“Watts” not to love about a solarpowered glamper that can produce enough juice to run all your “ohmaway-from-ohm” electrical needs? The Aussie-built ERV Electric Camper from Retreat Caravans packs a lot into its 19 feet. Its 15 rooftop solar panels crank out an impressive 2,033 watts, which are fed into a bank of 14.4kWh lithium batteries. Couple that to a 5,000-watt inverter, and there’s enough amperage to crank up everything from a televison to a fridge to a washing machine to… an air conditioner? (An iddy-biddy unit, maybe.) But in keeping with the off-the-grid vibe of this new $75,000 ERV, there’s rugged off-road suspension, knobbly tires, and a tough fiberglass-composite body—no flimsy aluminum here. And those pricey lithium Duracells are nicely protected in a crush-resistant, waterproof shell. Creature comforts include a queensized bed, a separate bathroom with a shower, and a Manhattan-apartmentsized kitchen. And being of Australian descent, of course, there’s a barbecue (electric-powered, naturally). Imports to the U.S. are in the cards when the ERV hits production next year. (e-rv.com) Best Truck to Tow it: Audi e-Tron electric SUV

To get a feel for exactly how the brilliant design of the Romotow travel trailer works, pull out that USB flash drive gathering dust in your top drawer and open it up. Like the flash drive, the center section of the lightweight composite-bodied camper rotates outward 90 degrees. In the case of the Romotow, it opens out to create a roomy, teak-decked outdoor patio with space for a table, chairs, and a barbecue grill. Inside the solid section there’s 290 square feet of living space—enough for a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and convertible dinette. Overall, it mea-

sures 30 feet long and 8.5 feet wide. One of the benefits of having two roofs when the Romotow folds out is that you get double the capacity for harvesting solar power. Romotow is the creation of New Zealand industrial design company W2, which has been perfecting its concept since 2012. After plenty of stops and starts, the company tells us it’s close to finding someone to build it, and it could be in production later next year. Prices should start at around $375,000. (romotow.com) Best Truck to Tow it: 2022 Rivian R1S Electric SUV

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Aussie travel trailer maker Black Series says, “The HQ21 is the biggest, baddest trailer we make.” We couldn’t agree more. This tough-as-nails $86,000 28-footer, with its diamond-plate lower section, corner bash bars, and long-travel independent suspension that looks like it came off a Humvee, will go anywhere your off-roading truck or SUV will pull it. And with 150-watt solar panels on the roof, a quartet of 100-Ah AGM gel batteries, and a 2,000watt inverter, there’s enough juice to take you off the grid for weeks. While it may be Rambo-rugged on the outside,

climb aboard to see its softer side. There’s a spacious bedroom, well-equipped galley, bathroom, and separate shower plus a dinette that converts into a bed. And the quality of the materials and the fit and finish are all first-class. Black Series started out building trailers for adventurers heading into the Australian Outback. But these days, they have the U.S. market in their

crosshairs, shipping the trailers to Southern California for final assembly and setting up a dealer network with four here in Florida. (blackseries camper.com/travel-trailers/hq21.html) Best Truck to Tow it: 2022 GMC Hummer EV

Hawley Bowlus built the very first travel trailer back in 1934. A visionary designer and aerospace engineer, Bowlus constructed Charles Lindbergh’s legendary Spirit of St. Louis transatlantic flyer. With a pedigree like that, it’s no wonder that today’s California-built, 26-foot Bowlus Terra Firma is considered to be the Rolls-Royce of trailers—still distinguished by its iconic up-turned boat shape, riveted aluminum body, and quirky front-door entry design borrowed from Bowlus’ original sketches. But this latest high-luxury, four-bed version— priced at a nontrivial $256,000 and up—is a lot

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more tech-savvy, better-equipped, and sustainable than anything Bowlus ever made. Features include the industry’s largest lithiumiron phosphate battery pack that’s powerful enough to keep the lights on and fridge humming for up to two weeks. Add to that a sophisticated HEPA air filtration system used on jets and a twostage fresh-water carbon filtration system. For furry friends along for the ride, Bowlus’ Pet-Flex system has a smartphone-controlled food and water drawer that slides out, along with an upholstery-matching pet bed. (bowlus.com/terra-firma) Best Truck to Tow it: Porsche Cayenne

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Come the apocalypse, you’re going to wish you had an EXP-6 go-absolutely-anywhere expedition trailer from Australia’s Bruder brothers, Dan and Toby. The key to its astonishing versatility is its complex (though highly effective) articulating air suspension system. Offering more than a foot of wheel travel, the twin axles can be dragged up the most challenging inclines and over rocks and tree trunks without missing a beat. The 22-foot-long, $100,000 EXP-6 sits midrange in Bruder’s three-trailer lineup and is, without a doubt, the most adventurous. Looking like a Swiss Army knife on wheels, it has a pop-up

Think of it as a cabin in the woods that you can move from one scenic woodland to the next. That’s the all-wood Timberline trailer from Seattle-based Homegrown Trailers. This is simply the most sustainable travel trailer money can buy. Everything is made of CARB2certified wood, with durable tongue-and-groove timber for the exterior. Then there are the solar panels on the roof that provide 100 percent of the (admittedly minimal) power needs. The lights are LED, the floors sustainable cork, and—if you want to go full-on Grizzly Adams—there’s the option of a composting toilet. And that retro teardrop shape means it slices through the air more aerodynamically, saving fuel. Not that you’d be towing your Timberline with a gaspowered SUV. Only zero-emission electric will do.

top for increased living and sleeping space, a slide-out kitchen, and slide-out bins for storage. To protect itself against the elements, the EXP6 features a rugged, high-tensile steel chassis with a leak-proof composite body for fording rivers. Solar panels on the roof provide the juice for the cooktop and even the optional washing machine. Yes, the interior is definitely tight quarters, but there’s a double bed, couch, and bathroom with a wet shower. And don’t worry about the company being on the other side of the globe; the Bruder brothers will happily ship. (bruderx.com/exp-6) Best Truck to Tow it: Land Rover Defender

Measuring just 23 feet long by just under 8 feet wide, this $75,000 wooden wonder can sleep four in its back-to-basics, 140-square-foot interior, which features a queen bed and two singles, a basic galley kitchen, and a shower stall lined with epoxy-coated wood.

And the beauty is you can try before you buy. A company called Roam Beyond rents out Timberline trailers at its four campgrounds in Montana and Washington. (homegrowntrailers. com/timberline) Best Truck to Tow it: Tesla Model X

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There are luxury travel trailers, and there are luxury travel trailers. Santa Barbara–based Living Vehicle’s newest glamper has every comfort of home—and then some. Consider its spa-style bathroom with a rain shower. Or the fold-down, 60-square-foot outdoor deck for aboveground dining or alfresco yoga stretches. Then there’s the Murphy-style double bed that folds up to reveal an 8-foot-long office desk. Did we mention the 70-inch 4H HD television with Sonos surround sound?

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But maybe the coolest feature of the 29-footlong Living Vehicle is not what’s inside, but what’s up on the roof. A huge bank of solar panels keeps the trailer juiced for as long as the sun shines. And with the top-of-the-line Pro model coming with a massive 48-kWh lithium-ion battery bank, there’s enough to charge an electric truck, like the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck. Charge up the Tesla with the Living Vehicle, and then use the Tesla to tow it to your next destination. These beautifully built aluminum trailers come

in a trio of versions, kicking off with the base $230,000 Core. Go for the flagship Pro with the biggest power, and you’re looking at $370,000. (livingvehicle.com) Best Truck to Tow it: 2022 Tesla Cybertruck Tri-Motor «

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Shot by Palm Beach Illustrated on location at the Town of Palm Beach Marina, Palm Beach Fendi jacket, pants, hair clips; Versace Medusa earrings, Medusa necklace. Opposite page: Fendi jacket, pants, handbag; Dior studded leather body chain. For buying information, turn to page 215. Fashion editor: Katherine Lande

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Versace leather shorts, leather jacket, platform loafers, Medusa bag, Medusa necklace, sunglasses Opposite page: Dior bodysuit, silk scarf, sunglasses For buying information, turn to page 215.

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NELLI AJRAPETOVA — BEAUTY AMBASSADE Beauty Ambassade is approaching its third-year anniversary, and as Nelli Ajrapetova reflects on the past two years since opening its doors, she is delighted to see how far the spa has come. With the additional pressure of the global pandemic, Ajrapetova has taken the challenge of operating her luxury spa from across the Atlantic. Nonetheless, in the past year, Beauty Ambassade has expanded into a multi-brand spa featuring various high-end European skincare lines. Born and raised between European countries, Ajrapetova truly appreciates her culture and wholeheartedly wishes to share a piece of it. An exclusive and individual approach towards all guests is inherently important to the team at Beauty Ambassade. To provide the ultimate experience for each client, there is an emphasis on customized facials with professional aestheticians guiding each guest in selecting the most appropriate skincare products. Working with Swiss, German, and Hungarian brands, guests have the option to delve into different approaches from each respected method and background. Beauty Ambassade constantly curates its

products on their web shop based on the unique formulas that do not contain harmful toxins, while extending an instore experience to online experience. At Beauty Ambassade, Ajrapetova believes in going beyond skincare. True beauty lies within— and the latest ‘treatment’ focuses on the renewal of the soul which is organized through beauty retreats. Ajrapetova wishes to extend mindfulness to everyone who wants to be a part of such experiences. After the fir t successful retreat, Ajrapetova expressed that, “Harmony is important when energies fl w in us— this is what makes us balanced.” The beauty retreat took place at a fi e-star luxury resort in the Maldives with a week filled with customized facials, spiritual awakenings, and complete recharge from draining energies which were transformed into enjoying the present moment. Nelli Ajrapetova’s vision for Beauty Ambassade fl ws beyond standard beauty methods. There are many new directions and experiences set in motion for the future as the spa continues to grow and expand its services.

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ADVANCED SPINE SURGERY ROBERT S. BISCUP, DO — BISCUP SPINE PALM BEACH

Unrivaled quality of care, innovative treatment, and extraordinary personal attention combines to create the superior medical experience patients can expect at Biscup Spine. Led by world-renowned spine care specialist Dr. Robert S. Biscup, DO, Biscup Spine has consistently provided world-class healthcare for more than 35 years. Using groundbreaking diagnostic testing, minimally invasive surgical techniques, and regenerative and functional medicine, Biscup guides patients to better health and a better quality of life. Biscup Spine understands that health and wellness are more than just clinical care and, with that knowledge, have created a luxury experience for each patient. Biscup Spine provides exemplary personalized services to ensure their patients’ needs are met in and out of the office, which enables them to focus solely on treatment and healing. To schedule a personalized consultation or for more information on why Biscup Spine best suits your spinal care needs, visit biscupspine.com. 340 ROYAL POINCIANA WAY, STE. M338, PALM BEACH, FL 1400 GULFSHORE BLVD. N., STE. 166, NAPLES, FL 561-578-4880 | BISCUPSPINE.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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ROBIN R. GANZERT, PHD — AMERICAN HUMANE Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D., serves as president and CEO of American Humane, the country’s fir t national humane organization and the fir t to serve animals, whenever and wherever they are in need of rescue, shelter, or protection. Since her appointment in 2010, Ganzert has spearheaded unprecedented growth and transformational change at the historic 145-year-old nonprofit. American Humane is the largest certifier of animal welfare in the world, overseeing the care of nearly one billion animals annually. This remarkable growth represents a 2 ,000 percent increase during her tenure in the numbers of animals protected every year. Ganzert has also dramatically expanded the scope and scale of American Humane’s programs globally, while providing oversight for iconic humane programs such as No Animals Were Harmed® that protects animal actors on production sets around the world. She also created the famed Pups4Patriots™ program. Pups4Patriots provides lifesaving service dogs to wounded warriors struggling with post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury. In addition to her role at American Humane, Ganzert is the executive producer of the award-winning documentary Escape from Extinction; the author of Mission Metamorphosis (2020) and Animal Stars (2012); and executive producer of the long-running television special, American Humane Hero Dog Awards™. 251 ROYAL PALM WAY, STE. 450, PALM BEACH, FL 561-537-5887 | AMERICANHUMANE.ORG SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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HAIR RESTORATION AND TRANSPLANT SURGERY ALAN J. BAUMAN, MD, ABHRS, IAHRS — BAUMAN MEDICAL

Dr. Alan Bauman is a full-time, board-certified hair restoration physician who has treated more than 30,000 patients and performed over 10,000 hair transplant procedures since starting his medical hair loss practice in 1997. Bauman Medical is a 12,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art “Hair Hospital” in downtown Boca Raton on South Dixie Highway Bauman is one of approximately 2 00 physicians worldwide to achieve the certific tion from the esteemed American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS). He has pioneered numerous technologies and therapies in the field of hair restoration, including minimally invasive FUE Follicular Unit Extraction, No-shave VIP|FUE, Eyelash Transplants, Low-Level Laser Therapy, PRP Platelet Rich Plasma, and PDOgro, a “lunchtime” procedure performed under painless local anesthesia. Bauman has been voted “#1 Top Hair Restoration Surgeon” by Aesthetic Everything for the fifth consecutive year, “Top Hair Restoration Surgeon of the Decade,” and is recognized by Forbes as one of “10 CEOs Transforming Healthcare in America.” 1450 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, BOCA RATON, FL 561-462-8838 | BAUMANMEDICAL.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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MICHAEL “MIKE” MORSBERGER — JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION Jupiter Medical Center Foundation President and Chief Philanthropy Officer Michael “Mike” Morsberger is often called a change agent by friends and colleagues. A Baltimore native, he has been privileged to lead development teams for many prestigious organizations, including several of the nation’s leading academic health systems at Johns Hopkins Medicine, Duke Medicine, and the University of Virginia Health. Morsberger is frequently hired to help organizations take campaigns and operations to the “next level” in service of missions that transform lives and communities. He is an accomplished fundraising professional with executive experience on multiple billion-dollar campaigns. Morsberger led the team in 2 001 that secured the largest gift at that time in Johns Hopkins’ history when philanthropist Sidney Kimmel committed $150 million to rename its renowned Comprehensive Cancer Center. Morsberger has served on more than two dozen nonprofi boards and received the 2 02 0 CASE Commonfund College and University Foundation Award for leadership and service to the profession. His undergraduate degree is from Radford University and master’s from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. He is married to his college sweetheart, Marybeth, and has two grown daughters. 1210 S. OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY, JUPITER, FL 561-263-5728 | JMCFOUNDATION.ORG SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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LUXURIOUS INTERIORS GIL WALSH — GIL WALSH INTERIORS

Gil Walsh has been creating luxurious interiors for more than 40 years. As a leading interior designer in Palm Beach and Martha’s Vineyard, Walsh leads her talented team from her 5,000-square-foot studio located in West Palm Beach. It is home to a cutting-edge resource materials library that encompasses the latest fabrics, wallcoverings, architectural materials, and floor coverings. Everything they need to design your private home, yacht, or commercial space is at their fingertips. Detailed scaled drawings are produced by the interior architecture team, and realistic renderings are created by their 3D visualization artist showcasing the team’s incredible eye for design. Together they strive to add value across all stages of the design process. As a member of the Fallingwater Advisory Board, she attributes her work with Edgar Kaufmann Jr. as a definin moment in her career when she was hired to refurbish the interiors of this historical single-family home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. She is also a member of the distinguished Design Leaders Network, the Decorators Club in New York City, and a trustee of the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce. Walsh and her team will be debuting a new showroom and private-label fabrics and furniture in 2022. 5505 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, STE. 2, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-932-0631 | GILWALSH.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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LUXURY REAL ESTATE ERIC TELCHIN, LOGAN NOLTING — THE TELCHIN GROUP

How did The Telchin Group sell 100 homes in Ibis in 2021? According to broker Eric Telchin, it’s because of the firm s robust marketing machine, impeccable work ethic, superb communication and negotiating skills, and the earned trust of the community. Simply put, the No. 1 brokerage in ZIP code 33412 delivers incomparable results. This boutique luxury brokerage is smashing records in Northern Palm Beach County—evidenced not just in sales volume, but in recordbreaking sales prices—both inside and out of Ibis. Together with his husband, Logan Nolting, who studied business at Florida Atlantic University and has extensive experience in luxury sales, Telchin manages each transaction from start to finish. Keen attention to detail and laser-fast response times are hallmarks of his approach. Telchin positions his luxury listings outside Ibis as part of the Telchin Collection, unique luxury properties that the broker markets innovatively and creatively. In fact, creativity is the hallmark of his career— Telchin was a Presidential Arts Scholar at George Washington University, designed interactive media for The Washington Post and ABC News, is a three-times internationally published children’s book author, and sits on the board of directors for the Creative Center for Education. Telchin is using creativity and innovation as he expands and grows his brokerage in exciting ways. 5 HARVARD CIRCLE, STE. 100, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-301-0249 | THETELCHINGROUP.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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JULIE MULLEN, ELIZABETH KELLEY GRACE — THE BUZZ AGENCY The Buzz Agency is a top-ranked, woman-owned public relations and digital communications agency located in Palm Beach. Julie Mullen, a proud “Air Force brat,” volunteers as a guardian ad litem for Palm Beach County and has served on the boards of directors for Impact 100 Palm Beach County, Women in Communications, and Mizner Park Cultural Arts Association. Mullen also served as board chair/president for the Gold Coast Public Relations Council and Boca Raton Cultural Consortium. Elizabeth Kelley Grace, a graduate of the University of Iowa and native Iowan, has served on the board of directors for the Junior League of Boca Raton and the Boca Raton Historical Society, and volunteered with the KidSafe Foundation, Boca Raton Museum of Art, and George Snow Scholarship Fund. 101 BRADLEY PLACE, STE. 202, PALM BEACH, FL 561-779-2516 | THEBUZZAGENCY.NET SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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U.S. & INTERNATIONAL ESTATE AND TAX PLANNING DAVID M. HALPEN — CUMMINGS & LOCKWOOD LLC

Founded in 1909, Cummings & Lockwood LLC provides sophisticated legal counsel to high-net-worth individuals and families, family offices, closely held businesses, private foundations, and national charities. The firm has one of the premier trusts and estates practices in the United States and serves its domestic and international clients from offices in Palm Beach Gardens, Naples, and Bonita Springs, Florida and Stamford, Greenwich, and West Hartford, Connecticut. David M. Halpen is principal-in-charge of the firm s Palm Beach Gardens office, which was named “Best Law Firm of the Year in 2021/2022” for tax law and trusts and estates law by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Whether dealing with newly acquired assets or family fortunes that span generations, Halpen assists clients with U.S. and international estate and tax planning, estate settlement, trust administration, and business succession planning, developing innovative strategies that protect, enhance and transition his clients’ wealth. 3001 PGA BOULEVARD, STE. 104, PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 561-214-8500 | CL-LAW.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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Nestled in the Warehouse District, Isla will offer all-day brunch, inclusive of avocado toast, green juice, hanging bacon jerky, a variety of sandwiches and fries, and a curated cocktail menu.

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The creatives behind New York–based Parched Hospitality Group are making their mark on South Florida with Isla, a refined Australian inspired eatery slated to open later this month in West Palm’s Warehouse District. “There was a great migration during the pandemic; people trended south and so did we,” says Barry Dry, the group’s CEO and founder. “West Palm Beach reminds us of the coastal cities of Australia, and the up-and-coming vibrancy is attractive.” Hailing from Australia, Dry notes that his country’s cuisine boasts

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influences from all over the world, including strong undercurrents of Southeast Asian, Greek, and Italian flavors. Seasonality is also of paramount importance, with priority given to fresh ingredients sourced locally. Diners at Isla will be able to sample everything from brunch favorites such as avocado toast to bacon jerky, salt and pepper squid, and even a vegetarian Impossible sausage roll, all complemented by a classy cocktail selection. Whatever you order, Dry notes that you’ll be in for a unique dining experience. “Australian restaurants have a focus on how the food is delivered, and that’s with an interactive mind set. Our servers are your best friend and are there to make sure you have a bloody good time.” (islacafes.com) —Mary Murray

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restrictions on restaurants here, and I think the clientele understands my style of cooking. Who were your major influences? I graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park in 1983 and went to work in Dallas for Dean Fearing, the godfather of Southwestern cooking in America. His originality and passion really inspired me. I was also fortunate to work with classically Frenchtrained chef Takashi Shirmaizu, who turned me on to Asian ingredients and techniques. Can you get different fish here than in the Northeast? Definitely. In addition to the obvi-

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Chef Jeff Tunks has opened restaurants across the U.S., but he’s best known for the 18 years he spent in Washington, D.C., where he operated a dozen concepts including the highly successful D.C. Coast. He recently relocated to Boca Raton and signed on as partner and executive chef at Corvina Seafood Grill, which boasts Asian, Latin, Caribbean, and Cajun influences that stem from Tunks’ own culinary experience. Below, the chef discusses his background and more. (corvinabocaraton.com) —Mark Spivak PBI: What inspired you to move to Florida? Tunks: I have friends who got me involved in the Boca Bacchanal, and I came down for a number of years to participate in that. I like the feel of the area, and the climate is very appealing after D.C. There are less

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ous items like mahi, stone crab, snapper, and grouper, we have access to things such as golden tilefish and pumpkin swordfish. The variety and seasonality of produce is also very impressive. What would you order at Corvina if you came in for dinner? I’d start with either the charbroiled oysters (a New Orleans specialty), the pacaya volcano sushi roll, or the house-made smoked fish dip. For an entrée, I’d go with the whole red snapper in Veracruz sauce or the moqueca baiana, a Brazilian fish stew with lobster tail, prawns, mussels, and fresh catch, in a broth infused with coconut milk.

This month, Pelican Café in Lake Park will launch a new seasonal cabaret series that combines top-tier dining with excellent music. The lineup includes Carole J. Bufford and Peter Calo January 13, Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano February 24, Ann Hampton Callaway March 24, and Todd Murray and Alex Rybeck April 28. Each evening will begin at 6 p.m. with a three-course dinner, with music starting at 8 p.m. Tickets for the opening concert range from $150-$250. (thepelicancafe.com) —M.M. Peter Calo

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The lunch counter is an American institution. It’s a spot where customers can linger or eat in a hurry, where singles can dine in solitude, and where new friendships are forged among more sociable guests. Here are five of the best places to indulge in comfort food and a retro vibe. 1. Howley’s: At this circa-1950 West Palm Beach institution, the terrazzo floors and tin ceilings transport you to a different era. The menu is infused with organic and locally sourced ingredients, but you can still get all-day breakfast, country-fried steak, and corned beef hash. (sub-culture.org/howleys) 2. Green’s Pharmacy: This Palm Beach spot is the granddaddy of local lunch counters, serving milkshakes and more at an 82-seat soda fountain since 1938. It’s also one of the few places where a displaced New Yorker can find an egg cream. (greenspb.com)

3. City Diner: This diner opened in 1982, long before West Palm’s Dixie Highway Corridor was chic. The counter serves throwback favorites such as chicken potpie, biscuits with sausage gravy, and root beer floats. While you wait, play some tunes on the authentic Wurlitzer. (mycitydiner.com) 4. Flashback Diner: Boca Raton’s Flashback Diner hasn’t been around as long as the two Broward County locations, but it offers the same “eclectic comfort food to feed the mind and body”—everything from

liver and onions and shepherd’s pie to Greek-inspired Mediterranean specialties. (flashbackdiner.com) 5. Ellie’s 50s Diner: This Delray Beach eatery re-creates the atmosphere of the 1950s, pairing retro live music with burgers, hot plate specials, and classics such as “Great Balls of Fire” (spaghetti and meatballs) and “Teenager in Love” (patty melt with grilled onions and cheese). (elliescatering.com) —M.S.

A selective guide to Palm Beach-area restaurants THE LISTINGS The Palm Beach County dining scene has something for everyone, from funky burger bars and gastropubs to the glam style of iconic Palm Beach lounges. Here, find a listing of area standouts, organized by cuisine type, with descriptions, contact information, and price details for each. What the icons mean: $ $$ $$$

Dinner entree under $10 Most entrees $10-$25 Most entrees $25 or more

While not all-inclusive due to space limitations, our dining listings may vary every month and are constantly updated to showcase the culinary diversity of the area. Find more information on local dining options on palmbeachillustrated.com. NOTICE TO RESTAURATEURS: The establishments listed and their descriptions are printed at the discretion of the editors of Palm Beach Illustrated. They are not a form of advertisement, nor do they serve as a restaurant review. For more information, email editorial@palmbeachmedia.com

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AMERICAN AVOCADO GRILL At this downtown hot spot, chef Julien Gremaud offers flavorful Florida-Caribbean bites. 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach (avocadogrillwpb.com) $$ BEACON This waterfront grille is inspired by Mediterranean dishes tinged with a contemporary American feel. 1107 Lighthouse Rd., Jupiter (thebeaconjupiter.com) $$$ THE BLIND MONK At this hip tapas bar with a moody atmosphere, the focus is on wine and small bites. 410 Evernia St. #107, West Palm Beach (theblindmonk.com) $$ BREEZE OCEAN KITCHEN Enjoy craft beer, specialty cocktails, and distinctly Floridian cuisine at this seaside gem at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan (eaupalmbeach.com) $$ BUCCAN Chef Clay Conley offers a wide-ranging menu of small plates that changes with the seasons. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (buccanpalmbeach.com) $$ CITY CELLAR WINE BAR & GRILL Offering pizza, dryaged steaks, fresh pasta, and seafood. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach (citycellarwpb.com) $$ COOLINARY Chef-owner Tim Lipman has merged his popular café and watering hole to create one delicious hangout. 4580 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (thecoolpig.com) $$ THE COOPER Practicing farm-to-table cooking in PGA Commons. 4610 PGA Blvd. Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (thecooperrestaurant.com) $$ CROSBY KITCHEN & BAR This stylish new American bistro offers a Manhattan-meets-Palm Beach vibe,

classic cocktails, and tasty small bites. 1406 S. Cypress Drive, Jupiter (crosbykitchenandbar.com) $$ DEATH OR GLORY This gastropub prioritizes outstanding cocktails and new-wave bar bites. 116 N.E. 6th Ave., Delray Beach (deathorglorybar.com) $$ EMBER GRILL For an upscale take on favorites from burgers to steak and even Peking duck, visit this classy restaurant inside The Ray hotel. 233 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (embergrilldelray.com) $$$ ENTRE NOUS BISTRO At this locals’ favorite, homestyle cooking commingles with gourmet fare. 123 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach (entrenousbistro.com) $$$ FARMER’S TABLE This farm-to-table establishment is committed to clean eating. 951 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; 1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (farmerstableboca.com) $$ GALLEY Stop by this restaurant in the Hilton West Palm Beach for grilled delicacies with a coastal flair. 600 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (hilton westpalmbeach.com) $$$ GARY RACK’S FARMHOUSE KITCHEN At this healthy hangout, farm-fresh ingredients reign supreme. 204 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 399 S.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton (farmhousekitchenboca.com) $$ GREASE BURGER BAR The high-end burgers elevate pub cuisine to a divine experience. 213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (greasewpb.com) $ THE GROVE Northern California’s food and wine culture take center stage at this upscale eatery. 187 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (thegrovedelray.com) $$$ PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2022

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KITCHEN Matthew Byrne opened his familyrun eateries to serve sophisticated but not intimidating fare. 319 Belvedere Road #2, West Palm Beach; 5250 Donald Ross Road #100, Palm Beach Gardens (kitchenpb.com) $$$ January is a time when many of us shift the Tea time: Taking some LE BAR Á VIN This wine and cocktail bar offocus back onto ourselves after month-long time to steep and savor VI CO fers a range of drinks and light dishes. 380 S. CA S E C celebrations and decadent indulgences. But your favorite tea is a wonderFRAN County Rd., Palm Beach (lebarpalmbeach.com) $$ why put so much stock in an all-or-nothing ful way to start the day. It also THE OFFICE This hip, trendy gastropub offers wellresolution when we can embrace a more serves as a great reset in the early prepared, remarkably good comfort food. 201 E. inclusive self-care approach instead? Here, I evening, giving us a moment to gather our Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (theofficedelray.com) $$ PALM BEACH BRISKET & BBQ This slow-roasted outline a few simple rituals to help infuse our thoughts and prepare for our nighttime routine. barbecue joint takes its time to produce quality days with meaning. Walk in nature: Stepping outside every products. 801 Village Blvd. #307, West Palm Beach day—to move our body, breathe, and take (palmbeachbrisketandbbq.com) $$ in the wonder of nature—provides fresh air PROPER GRIT This gastropub in The Ben hotel pays and vitamin D, as well as the opportunity for homage to Old Florida. 251 N. Narcissus Ave., West exercise or meditation. Palm Beach (propergrit.com) $$$ Choose joy: Whether we simply write REBEL HOUSE An eclectic atmosphere and fun menu make Rebel House a favorite. 297 E. Palmetto Park down one thing we are grateful for each mornRoad, Boca Raton (lifetastesbetter.com) $$ ing or start our day by focusing on a positive RESTAURANT 44 Creative, award-winning cuisine and affirmation, knowing that we can control how contemporary classics are served in a sleek, updated we feel is a powerful and intentional act. setting. Palm Beach Towers, 44 Cocoanut Row, Palm Better food choices: What we eat and Beach (restaurant44palmbeach.com) $$$ drink affects our mood, mental health, and RH ROOFTOP The top floor of Restoration Hardware energy levels. One of the best ways to supboasts a dazzling dining space. 560 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (restorationhardware.com) $$ port overall well-being is to be intentional SEASPRAY INLET GRILL Where ocean views, live enabout our diet. Slowing down to eat, cooking tertainment, and a seasonal menu commingle. 999 for ourselves and our loved ones, and reflec E. Camino Real, Boca Raton (seasprayboca.com) $$ ing on where our food comes from and how SOURBON KITCHEN & BAR If you are in search of it makes us feel are all therapeutic practices contemporary American dining with a botanical atthat nourish more than our bodies. mosphere, look no further than Sourbon. 215 ClemaWith all this in mind, I recommend kicktis St., West Palm Beach (sourbon.com) $$ SWIFTY’S AT THE COLONY Cosmopolitan dining starting your year with the Serendipi-Tea, a meets island ease. 155 Hammon Ave., Palm Beach vibrant green tea martini infused with fresh (thecolonypalmbeach.com) $$$ cucumbers and lemongrass, reminiscent of TABLE 26 This all-American restaurant presents comfort a day at the spa. Let the symphony of flavors food in sophisticated surrounds. 1700 S. Dixie Hwy., help you ponder your own self-care practices West Palm Beach (table26palmbeach.com) $$$ while reminding you of the simple pleasures TA-BOO Ta-boo has been serving American comfort of rituals. food since 1941, and no one does it better. 221 Worth Ave., Palm Beach (taboorestaurant.com) $$ TRUE Baltimore native Frank Hawkins turns out the best crab cakes south of Charm City. 147 S.E. 1st To make the lemongrass syrup combine water, honey SERENDIPI-TEA Ave., Boca Raton (truebocaraton.com) $$ GYORGY PAPP

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or agave, and lemongrass stalks in a small saucepan. Simmer over medium heat for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool. Strain into a clean jar, cover and keep refrigerated for up to 2 weeks. Add a splash of vodka to preserve for longer. In a blender, blend the green tea and cucumbers until smooth. Transfer to an ice-filled shaker. Add 1 oz. of the lemongrass syrup, as well as the lime juice and sake. Shake and strain into chilled martini glasses.

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ASIAN BUDDHA SKY BAR This Asian-style bar interprets Chinese and Japanese cuisines. 217 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (buddhaskybardelraybeach.com) $$ ECHO The Asian restaurant of The Breakers offers dishes from China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam. 230A Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (echopalmbeach.com) $$$ IMOTO Influenced by his experience in Tokyo, chef Clay Conley presents small Asian bites and a sushi menu that tempts all senses. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (imotopalmbeach.com) $$

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One Tequila, Two Tequila With an innovative Tex-Mex menu and more than 100 artisan tequilas to choose from, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed at the new Cactus Grille & Tequila Bar in Palm Beach Gardens. For a first-time visitor, we’ve compiled a quick cheat sheet of the staff’s favorite food and tequila pairings. (thecactusgrille.com) —M.S.

TYLER CURRAN, ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER The Dish: Chili Bowl with beef and pork chili, Cactus cheese blend, pico de gallo, scallions, and sour cream The Tequila: Sombra Reposado Mezcal Behind the Pairing: “This mezcal is aged in Bordeaux wine barrels—instead of the traditional bourbon barrels—that give the mezcal hints of smoke, vanilla, and blackberries. The combo really brings out the spice and meatiness in the chili.”

KAPOW! NOODLE BAR This Asian fusion restaurant provides late-night comfort food with a French-Vietnamese flair. 519 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 431 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (kapownoodlebar.com) $$ NITROGEN BAR, GRILL, AND SUSHI This Jupiter outpost features a speakeasy-style bar, impeccable rolls, and innovative hot dishes. 6779 W. Indiantown Road #18, Jupiter (nitrogenrestaurant.com) $$ SUSHI JO American sushi chef Joseph Clark offers a diverse sake collection for a laid-back, cosmopolitan Japanese dining experience. 319 Belvedere Road #112, West Palm Beach; 14261 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; 640 E. Ocean Ave. #4, Boynton Beach (sushijo.com) $$ YAMA Stop by for raw and cooked Japanese dishes, Korean barbecue, and Thai curries. 200 N.E. 2nd Ave. #110, Delray Beach (yamadelray.com) $$

ECLECTIC DELRAY BEACH MARKET This hot spot has it all, from hip environs to an array of vendors. 33 S.E. 3rd Ave., Delray Beach (delraybeachmarket.com) $ GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET The chic, industrial food hall features poké bowls, tacos, Mediterranean eats, and more. 1401 Clare Ave., West Palm Beach (grandviewpublic.com) $$

BILLY ROSENBERG, EXECUTIVE CHEF The Dish: Chicken a la Pimientos with chicken breast, toasted garlic, pickled chiles, lemon juice, Chablis, parsley butter, roasted potatoes, and wilted greens The Tequila: Don Julio Anejo Behind the Pairing: “This dish has a toasted garlic and lemony flavor finished with warm spice from the chilis, [plus] the spinach. The Don Julio Anejo has similar notes of white pepper, honey, and toasty oak that enhance and complement the flavors of the dish.”

LOLA 41 This vibrant restaurant bases its menu off of the flavors found along the forty-first parallel. 290 Sunset Ave., Palm Beach (lola41.com) $$$ TARU AT SUNDY HOUSE Featuring an international concept menu by chef James Strine. 106 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach (sundyhouse.com) $$$

FRENCH AND FRENCH AMERICAN ALMOND This Bridgehampton mainstay recently brought its take on classic French comfort food and global-inspired plates to Palm Beach. 207 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (almondrestaurant.com) $$$ CAFÉ BOULUD Steps from Worth Avenue, this sophisticated four-star restaurant boasts the same French flair as its famed Manhattan cousin, with a dash of South Florida flavor. 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach, in the Brazilian Court Hotel (cafeboulud.com) $$ CAFÉ L’EUROPE With influences from all over Latin America and Europe, Café L’Europe invites guests to enjoy its impressive wine list, exquisite desserts, and warm hospitality. 331 S. County Road, Palm Beach (cafeleurope.com) $$$ KATHY’S GAZEBO CAFÉ Kathy’s specializes in French Continental dishes and wine pairings. 4199 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (kathysgazebo.com) $$

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JAY CROSS, GENERAL MANAGER The Dish: Paper-wrapped Scottish salmon with citrusjicama salad, cilantro, and lemon vinaigrette The Tequila: Clase Azul Tequila Ultra Behind the Pairing: “The tequila has great hints of sherry, vanilla, and caramel while still giving you that touch of lime. The mix of spice and citrus in the tequila marries beautifully with the flavors of the salmon.”

LA NOUVELLE MAISON Savor the light and delicate cooking of chef Gregory Howell. 455 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (lnmbocaraton.com) $$$ PARIS IN TOWN, LE CAFÉ This casual outpost offers pastries, crepes, and more. 11460 U.S. Hwy. 1 at PGA Blvd., North Palm Beach (parisintown.com) $ PISTACHE FRENCH BISTRO Presenting French bistro bites with a Mediterranean twist. 101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach (pistachewpb.com) $$

ITALIAN 123 DATURA This hangout serves fun takes on Italian classics. 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach (123datura.com) $$ ARTURO’S RISTORANTE Built as a replica of a Tuscan villa, Arturo’s presents authentic flavors of Italy. 6750 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (arturosrestaurant.com) $$$ BICE Homemade pastas, excellent service, and tiramisu will make you feel like Italy isn’t so far away. 313 Worth Ave., Palm Beach (bice-palmbeach.com) $$$ BUONASERA RISTORANTE Classic and perfectly executed Northern Italian dishes in an intimate setting. 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (buonaserajupiter1993.com) $$$ CAFÉ SAPORI This café’s menu offers classics from every region of Italy. 205 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach (cafesapori.com) $$

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CASA D’ANGELO Where market-fresh ingredients are backed by faultless execution. 171 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (casa-d-angelo.com) $$$ CHLOE’S BISTRO This on-the-boardwalk spot has both Italian and French flair. 6885 S.W. 18th St. Suite B7, Boca Raton (chloesbistro.com) $$ CUCINA PALM BEACH After indulging in classic Italian dishes, clear your table for the nightclub. 257 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (cucinapalmbeach.com) $$$ ELISABETTA’S This sleek eatery slings up handmade Italian delicacies. 32 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 201 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach (elisabettas.com) $$ EVO Chef Erik Pettersen is on a mission to re-create the cooking of his Sicilian relatives. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta (evoitalian.com) $$ HULLABALOO Hullabaloo is an Italian gastropub with creative cuisine and an even more unique cocktail menu. 517 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (sub-culture. org/hullabaloo) $$ LA MASSERIA The South Florida location of this popular Manhattan restaurant serves authentic Southern Italian plates. 5520 PGA Blvd. Suite 104, Palm Beach Gardens (lamasseriapbg.com) $$$ LA SIRENA This Northern Italian beauty focuses on the cooking of the Amalfi Coast. 6316 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (lasirenaonline.com) $$ LOUIE BOSSI’S This beloved addition to the Boca dining scene specializes in sharable Italian favorites. 100 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (louiebossi.com) $$ LYNORA’S A true family affair, Lynora’s excels at modernizing classic Italian dishes. 207 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 1548 North U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (lynoras.com) $$ PARADISO RISTORANTE Chef Angelo Romano serves traditional Italian meals along with some surprises. 625 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth (paradisolakeworth.com) $$$ RISTORANTE CLARETTA Classic cuisine is beautifully prepared by this Northern Italian transplant. 1315 S.W. Martin Hwy., Palm City (ristoranteclaretta.com) $$ RISTORANTE SANTUCCI Chef and owner Emilio Santucci translates his experience growing up in Sicily into his menu and atmosphere. 610 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (restaurantsantucci.com) $$ SCUSI TRATTORIA Transporting diners to the Amalfi Coast, one bite at a time. 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (scusirestaurants.com) $$ TREVINI RISTORANTE Trevini serves Northern and Southern Italian dishes with taste and refinement. 223 Sunset Ave., Palm Beach (treviniristorante.com) $$$ VIC AND ANGELO’S Offering both light and savory Italian delights. 290 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (vicandangelos.com) $$$

LATIN AMERICAN AND MEXICAN ANDALUCIA TAPAS BAR & RESTAURANT The Spanish market allows customers to take a little Spain with them. 187 Tequesta Drive, Jupiter (andaluciatapasbar.com) $$ DON RAMON Open for nearly 30 years, Don Ramon is one of the pioneers to introduce Cuban cuisine to Palm Beach County. 7101 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (donramonrestaurant.com) $$

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DUKE’S TACOS AND MARGS This hot spot makes nontraditional Mexican dishes at an affordable price. 1155 Main St. Suite 120, Jupiter (dukestacos.com) $$ EL FOGONCITO Enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine rooted in family recipes and traditions. 711 W. Indiantown Rd. Suite C4, Jupiter (elfogoncitorestaurant.com) $$ PIO PIO Colombian and Peruvian roots come together to create original Latin American eats. 510 E Ocean Ave., Boynton Beach (piopioocean.com) $$ ROCCO’S TACOS AND TEQUILA BAR Every day is Cinco de Mayo at Rocco’s. 224 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 5090 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton (roccostacos.com) $$

natic with his creative presentations. 4783 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (christopherskitchenfl.com) $$ DARBSTER This vegetarian bistro faithfully re-creates new American dishes with organic ingredients— although meat eaters will never suspect. 8020 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (darbster.com) $$ PLANTA A wholly plant-based menu presents vegetarian and vegan options. 700 S. Rosemary Ave. Suite 142, West Palm Beach (plantarestaurants.com) $$ PURA VIDA This health food location offers organic options in Rosemary Square. 460 S. Rosemary Ave. Suite 186, West Palm Beach (puravidamiami.com) $$

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ACQUA CAFÉ This chic resto delivers a coastal Italian take on seafood. 2875 S. Ocean Blvd. Suite 103, Palm Beach (acquacafepb.com) $$$ THE ATLANTIC GRILLE Located in the Seagate Hotel, this restaurant emphasizes bold and innovative American seafood. 1000 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (theatlanticgrille.com) $$$ BENNY’S ON THE BEACH Chef Jeremy Hanlon has created a casual beachside dining experience. 10 S. Ocean Blvd., Lake Worth Beach (bennysonthebeach.com) $$ BOCA LANDING Boca Landing inside the Waterstone Resort & Marina offers seafood dishes infused with chef Matthew Mixon’s Italian and French roots. 999 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton (bocalanding.com) $$$ CITY OYSTER AND SUSHI BAR With a full sushi bar, fresh oysters, and a bakery, City Oyster offers a plethora of options for all tastes. 213 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (cityoysterdelray.com) $$$ COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND CAFÉ Cod and Capers sells fresh fish to bring home or will take care of dinner for you. 1201 U.S. 1, North Palm Beach (codandcapers.com) $$

BARRIO For Spanish tapas and creative cocktails, look no further than this new bar-centric hot spot. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach (barriowpb.com) $$ FLORIE’S In the renovated Four Seasons Palm Beach, acclaimed chef Mauro Colagreco offers his interpretation of fine-dining Mediterranean fare. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (fourseasons.com/palmbeach) $$$ LEILA RESTAURANT In addition to its many Mediterranean dishes, Leila also offers entertainment in the form of belly dancing and hookah on the patio. 120 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (leilawpb.com) $$ PORTOFINO BISTRO MEDITERRANEO This cozy family-owned restaurant serves up fresh and genuine Mediterranean food. 891 Donald Ross Rd., Juno Beach (portofinobistromediterraneo.com) $$$

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LIONFISH Committed to sustainability, this chic eatery presents an array of innovative seafood. 307 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (lionfishdelray.com) $$ LITTLE MOIR’S FOOD SHACK Put on your jeans and enjoy some of the freshest, most creative seafood in the area. 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 #D3, Jupiter (littlemoirs.com) $$ LUCKY SHUCK A raw bar, fresh seafood, and craft beer are all part of the ambience of Lucky Shuck. 1116 Love St., Jupiter (luckyshuckjupiter.com) $$ MUSSEL BEACH This coastal-inspired restaurant offers 12 unique preparations of mussels. 501 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (musselbeachdelray.com) $$ OKEECHOBEE PRIME SEAFOOD Savor superb ocean products in elegant surroundings from the same family behind Okeechobee Steak House. 2888 Shawnee Ave., West Palm Beach (okeeprimeseafood.com) $$$ PB CATCH This contemporary seafood restaurant is the brainchild of Pistache’s Reid Boren and Thierry Beaud. 251 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (pbcatch.com) $$ SEAWAY Fresh ocean ingredients and Latin flavors commingle at this oceanfront eatery at the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (fourseasons.com/palmbeach) $$ SQUARE GROUPER TIKI BAR Tropical drinks, bar bites, and live music can be found at this high-energy eatery. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; 1920 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce (squaregrouper.net) $$

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STEAK HOUSE ABE & LOUIE’S In addition to serving outstanding beef, Abe & Louie’s features classic New England seafood dishes. A comprehensive wine list rounds out the experience. 2200 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton (abeandlouies.com) $$$ CUT 432 This modern steak house has a hip, cosmopolitan environment. 432 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (cut432.com) $$$ FLAGLER STEAKHOUSE Operated by The Breakers, this elegant steak house offers hand-selected cuts of beef in country club environs. 2 S. County Road, Palm Beach (flaglersteakhousepalmbeach.com) $$$ MEAT MARKET The Palm Beach outpost of the famed Miami Beach steak house offers a dynamic menu and a sexy ambience similar to its original location. 191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach (meatmarket.net) $$$ OKEECHOBEE STEAK HOUSE Credited as the oldest steak house in Florida, Okeechobee Steak House has been an institution since opening in 1947. 2854 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (okeesteakhouse.com) $$$ PALM BEACH GRILL Emphasizing freshness and consistency, the Palm Beach outpost of Houston’s offers beloved items we have come to expect. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (palmbeachgrill.com) $$$ RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, offering specialty dishes that echo the restaurant’s New Orleans roots. 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 225 N.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton (ruthschris.com) $$$ III FORKS The elegant bar and lounge create a trendy atmosphere for this modern evolution of the classic steak house. 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (3forks.com) $$$

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Italian Superlatives

Nonindigenous grapes continue to enhance the country’s top-tier wines

By Mark Spivak

It all started when Piero Antinori blended some Cabernet into the 1971 vintage of his flagship Chianti Classico to create Tignanello, intentionally violating the archaic Italian wine law. This radical step gave birth to the Super Tuscan revolution and elevated the profile of Italian wine around the world. Today it’s common for international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah to appear in top Italian wines, and the

Super Tuscans are more correctly referred to by the special category they created: IGT (Indicazione Geografica Tipica). Here, we highlight some of the best.

THE BIG THREE: When the supply of Bordeaux coming into Italy dried up during World War II, Mario Incisa della Rocchetta decided to plant his own Cabernet. The wine from those grapes, Sassicaia ($265), was kept for family consumption and not released to the public until 1968, when it instantly became a cult sensation. Solaia ($375), which Piero Antinori created in 1978 from a vineyard adjacent to Sassicaia, is a blend of 75 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 5 percent Cabernet Franc, and 20 percent Sangiovese. Antinori’s younger brother launched Ornellaia ($250) in 1985, and while the exact blend varies, the wine is generally a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, CaberClockwise from bottom left: Piero Antinori; vineyards and net Franc, and Petit Verdot. Ornellaia grapes on Antinori’s Tignanello estate.

also produces a rare, exotic 100 percent Merlot wine called Masseto ($900). ANOTHER TRIO FROM BOLGHERI: Eugenio Campolmi and Cinzia Merli were pioneers in the region, planting the first vines at Le Macchiole in 1983. The winery is now best known for Paleo Rosso ($110), made from 100 percent Cabernet Franc, and Messorio ($215), composed of 100 percent Merlot. The ubiquitous Piero Antinori understood the area’s importance early on, establishing the Guado al Tasso estate in 1990. Located in the Bolgheri Amphitheater—a plain encircled by rolling hillsides facing the Tyrrhenian Sea—the property has earned raves for its eponymous Guado al Tasso ($125) as well as the small-batch, 100 percent Cabernet Franc Matarocchio ($420). Offerings from Ca’Marcanda, Angelo Gaja’s Bolgheri project founded in 1990, begin with Promis ($45, a Merlot/Syrah/Sangiovese blend) and include Magari ($70, Cabernet Sauvignon/ Cabernet Franc/Petit Verdot) and the flagship Ca’Marcanda (an 80/20 blend of Cabernet Sau-

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From left: A glimpse of Le Macchiole winery; a selection from the Castello di Ama L’Apparita label.

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vignon and Cabernet Franc). All three wines are full-bodied, powerful, and structured. CHIANTI TRAILBLAZERS: Current law requires Chianti to contain a minimum of 70 percent Sangiovese (80 percent in Chianti Classico), with the rest being either Italian or international varieties. At Isole e Olena in the heart of the region, fourth-generation winemaker Paolo de Marchi is known for Cepparello ($90), his 100 percent Sangiovese IGT. Outside the town of

Panzano, the Manetti family has been making wine at Fontodi since 1968; their benchmark bottle, Flaccianello della Pieve ($175), is also composed of 100 percent Sangiovese. The renowned Chianti Classico producer Castello di Ama makes L’Apparita ($220), which is a rich, bold wine that is 100 percent Merlot. Born into an artistic family, the iconoclastic Bibi Graetz, uses only traditional varieties such as Sangiovese, Canaiolo, and Colorino to craft Testamatta ($105) and Colore ($415). «

• Brancaia’s Tre ($20) is an easy-to-drink, easy-to-like combination of Sangiovese, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. • Le Volte dell’Ornellaia ($30) provides an introduction to Ornellaia’s blend that doesn’t require refinancing the house. • Greppicante ($25), from I Greppi in Bolgheri, is composed of 60 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 30 percent Merlot, and 10 percent Cabernet Franc. • Il Bruciato ($30), the silky entry-level wine from Antinori’s Guado al Tasso estate, combines Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. • Crognolo ($32), from Tenuta Sette Ponti in the heart of Chianti Classico, is a 90/10 blend of Sangiovese and Merlot.

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To transform the hallway of this Boca Raton home into a stunning art gallery, Susan Lachance of Susan Lachance Interior Design started by replacing the existing high-maintenance ponds with low-maintenance Zen gardens that utilize ecofriendly plants. “The plants are mostly succulents that take very little water and thrive basking in filtered light from the skylights,” says Lachance. And what would a gallery be without gorgeous works of art? The idea of water was inspiration for the late artist Dan Dannona, who created threedimensional ripples on the large wall on the right. This textural piece shares the space with other dynamic pieces to complete the overall vibe. “With the enhancement of fabulous art seen at Art Basel, we created a gallery that now exudes life and happiness year-round for all to enjoy,” Lachance adds. (susanlachance.com)

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Uncorking the ultimate in exclusive wine collections with Dragon Cellars’ AL FUENTES

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Custom wine rooms abound throughout South Florida’s luxury residences, with many notable examples conceptualized and created by Dragon Cellars.

Formerly relegated to basements, wine collections are now taking center stage in luxurious wine rooms that are designed to both showcase bottles and serve as eyecatching components of a connoisseur’s home. Al Fuentes founded Dragon Cellars in 2007, and the company now operates offices in Delray Beach, Madrid, and Caracas. Here, Fuentes uncorks his expertise in the high-end wine room design arena. (dragoncellars.com)

PBI: How does a wine room differ from a traditional wine cellar? Fuentes: A wine room and a wine cellar are basically the same thing. However, a wine cellar is more traditional, not just because of the typical wood racking used, but because it is generally located in a basement and often has natural cooling year-round without [the need for] cooling equipment. Because Florida has very few basements, these elements are called wine rooms when placed above surface.

Are wine rooms limited to those who have expansive wine collections? Not at all. Many of my clients want the aesthetic and work-of-art focus of a wine room. It is the “wow” focal point of the home that they are looking for without really being serious collectors. In fact, I even have clients who do not drink wine or alcohol, but want it since their guests will surely ask for a glass. How do you customize your creations? It’s important to provide a first-phase consulting job to understand how [clients] really want to use the room and their focus. It could be for display, to create a work of art, to highlight their showcase bottles, to create an ambience to enjoy wine either inside or outside the wine room, etc. Our clients are always searching for a solution that has a plus [on] the aesthetic side. How small or big can a wine room be? As far as bottle capacity in Florida, it tends to go from 100 to 1,500 bottles. There are bigger wine rooms, but many times these homes are second homes, and they tend to have their main collections in their home states up north. For anything less than 100, it is more logical and cost-effective to buy a wine fridge that you only have to plug in. Why is the lighting of a wine room such a critical component? I have always said that a wine room that is not lit properly doesn’t exist. You will walk by it and might realize it is there, but you won’t pay much attention to it. Many other companies do not focus on the lighting effect at all except for some high hats in the ceiling. We only do “wow” projects, and that means I embed LED strips

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throughout all my racks and ensure that they are properly positioned to create that unique ambience. What trends are you seeing right now? Smaller wine walls (which means you do not walk into them) and many without refrigeration that are just for display and act as a cool-looking focus are trending. A big advantage of going this way is a big cost savings as far as space preparation, equipment, and permitting. You get the same spectacular view, but it is simply not cooled. People complement these with a wine fridge for their best wines and to keep their whites and Champagne at serving temperature. Besides the wine racks, what other components can be added to these wine rooms to make them really distinctive? Lighted tasting counters or tables with backlit white glass; cigar humidors lacquered in the same color as the racks themselves; bar areas where you can have acrylic glass holders; custom ladders; and shelving areas and cabinets

Dragon Cellars keeps nothing in stock—everything is unique to a specific project, with LED lighting incorporated.

for storage for decanters and other bottles. Also, I am being asked to have wine rooms/walls with an area to place spirits. What makes your company unique? Most companies provide the wood/carpentry cabinets custom, but the metal and acrylic racks are modular and made in bulk. I sketch out each rack in my design and do AutoCAD engineering drawings in our shop in Madrid, Spain, for everything we manufacture.

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The Kravis Center Gala will feature showbiz icons Steve Martin and Martin Short with prime reserved seating in Dreyfoos Hall on March 4, 2022. The black-tie evening, chaired by Kathryn Vecellio and Monika Preston, will continue with a dinner dance in the Gimelstob Ballroom. Honorary Chairs are Christine and Bob Stiller.

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Create sophisticated home office environs with these on-the-job pieces END GAME Use Regina Andrew’s personality-abundant Norman bookends in antiqued gold leaf ($238) to furnish a “paws for effect” moment on an overly serious bookshelf. Clive Daniel Home, Boca Raton (clivedaniel.com)

ELEGANCE CUBED Far from the days of dreary office lighting, this Elk Lighting box pendant ($3,188) delivers stunning illumination with geometric inspiration. Capitol Lighting locations (1800lighting.com)

POINT OF VIEW Jessica Lee, senior project manager with Marc-Michaels Interior Design, was in a mood when designing this workspace. “This room was meant to be a masculine study for the homeowner,” Lee says. “We used a dark stain finish for the casings and cabinetry to help add some moodiness. We also opted for a more saturated paint color in here and added a faux hair-on-hide wallcovering inset on the cabinet doors and drawers. The Juju hat wall hangings, as well as the light fixture, added organic texture and color.” Boca Raton (marc-michaels.com)

FILE STYLE Keep your personal info hidden but your stylishness apparent with BDI’s Sigma lockable mobile file cabinet ($699) that features a letter/legal-sized file drawer and two supply drawers. Scan Design, Boca Raton (scandesign.com) ORDER UP With Aerin’s super-chic embossed shagreen and brass hardware desk set pieces (priced by item), organization has never been so attractive. Aerin, Palm Beach (aerin.com)

COMFORT ZONE Comfort plays the starring role in this sleek Modani Furniture Ludlow office chair ($340) with its high back, adjustability, and wheeled feet for easy maneuverability. Modani Furniture, Boca Raton (modani.com)

CLEAR YOUR DESK The hand-painted faux-horn tiled top and acrylic sides of this modern desk ($6,395) from Theodore Alexander make it an alluring destination for daily work trips. Mecox Gardens, West Palm Beach (mecox.com)

BURNING DESIRE With the scents of bergamot and amber, believed to reduce anxiety and calm the mind, this Baobab Collection stone agate-inspired glass candle ($125) is an ideal burn for those worried about work burnout. Hive Home, Gift & Garden, West Palm Beach (hivepalmbeach.com)

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An octagonal folie on Hi Mount Road is a GEOMETRIC GEM By Marie Penny Architectural trends come and go, but believe it or not, there was a time when octagonal houses were thought to have unique benefits—from accommodating more floo space to allowing for more sunlight than typical square houses. They became popular in the U.S. after Orson Fowler’s book The Octagon House: A Home for All was published in 1848. The trend didn’t last long, tapering off in the early 1900s—though many of the remaining eight-sided structures are on the National Register of Historic Places. And, although tucked away, one still exists here in Palm Beach. The French artist Bernard Boutet de Monvel commissioned Swiss architect Maurice Fatio to design his folie, a French term meaning “madness” that was used to describe eccentric structures that were built in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries. Monvel was known as a photorealistic painter of society portraits, but he was also a precisionist painter of industrial landscapes and a fashion illustrator for Vogue. His portraits included many of Palm Beach’s elite, and while he lived at his folie, he painted portraits of the family of Otto Hermman Kahn, who commissioned him to design his Villa Oheka at 122 North Ocean Boulevard. Monvel asked Fatio to design a home in a pure geometrical form (in his choice of square, circle, or octagon) that was private and had good northern light. Fatio fulfilled Monvel’s wish by building on the only hill in Palm Beach and designing a large north-facing window that provided ample light that poured into the artist’s studio. In a letter to his wife, Delphine, Fatio wrote: “It’s utterly, utterly ravishing. Not just the house, but the position, which is incredible, and the garden, which is exquisite.” This was not Monvel’s first octagonal space. The French architect and designer Louis Süe had designed an octagonal dining room in Monvel’s home in Paris, and Monvel created an octagonal dining table. The Palm Beach house was inspired by a pair of octagonal pavilions Süe had designed for the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in 1925 (where the term Art Deco was coined). The eight-sided structure originally had four square wings extending from the main studio: a kitchen, a bathroom, and two bedrooms, with each wing separated by a terrace. In keeping with the octagon theme, eight palm trees were planted around the home, the pool was octagonal, and even the floorboards ran octagonally.

Clockwise from above: The Octagon house boasts shutters with heartshaped cutouts and porthole windows; Monvel painting in his studio; portrait of Alexandra Taylor Fatio by Monvel; architect Maurice Fatio.

After Monvel passed away in 1949, artist Gertrude Schweitzer, a New Yorker and seasonal resident who was known for her modern watercolors, took up residence in the folie. Her work was often exhibited at the Norton Museum of Art and can be found in several museum collections. A 1958 Miami Herald article featured Schweitzer at work in her home; it said that “since it was designed by an artist for an artist, it is ideal for Mrs. Schweitzer who considers herself very lucky to have found it.” After Schweitzer passed away in 1989, the Landmarks Preservation Commission recommended to the town council that the structure be protected with a historical designation. The central octagon (but not the square wings) was designated as a landmark in 1990. The four wings were removed, the structure was moved to another part of the property, and the new owner built a Monterrey-style home on the site to use as a main residence. The house is both traditional and modern, and it is the only Fatio building designed in the wood frame, American Classical Revival tradition. It is a rare combination of a mid-nineteenth century style infl enced by Art Deco. While the house no longer functions as an artist’s studio, it connects us to the lives of the prominent artists and architects who dot Palm Beach’s history. Marie Penny is the director of archives for the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach. «

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When entertaining in a restaurant, it all comes down to personal touches By Steven Stolman Photography by Jerry Rabinowitz I’m a pretty good cook—at least, that’s what people say. The fact that I’ve written two cookbooks and had one of my recipes featured in The New York Times would support this claim. That recipe for roasted chicken Provençal received the still-mind-bogglingto-me designation of being the most popular recipe of the year. Who’da thunk it? For as many instances in which I love nothing more than welcoming folks for a home-cooked meal, there are an equal number of times when there’s nothing I’d rather do less. It could be due to work deadlines, family mishigas, sheer exhaustion, or anything else on the laundry list of things that just plain suck the wind out of my culinary sails. During these walks through the shadow of the valley of inhospitality, what’s a serial entertainer to do? The answer is to let someone else, or someplace else, do the work. My favorite someplace would be a restaurant that I frequent on a regular basis, one that will allow me to add personal touches so that the experience is different from a runof-the-mill “let’s meet somewhere for dinner” dinner. The celebration of our ninth wedding anniversary was one such instance. Having just arrived back in Palm Beach after a summer’s absence, plus a departure to our new place in Chicago looming, the last thing I felt capable of doing was putting together a dinner party. But having survived our way (so far) through the pandemic, I wanted to do something special to acknowledge the milestone, not only for my husband, Rich, and myself, but for our few buddies who were with us on that chilly weekend in Milwaukee. During my many years living in a small studio

Inset: The custom tablescape at Swifty’s at The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach left: The anniversary invitation

apartment in New York City, the nearby Swifty’s was my go-to for ex-cathedra celebration dinners. Doing private parties within a bustling restaurant has long been one of proprietor Robert Caravaggi’s specialties; it seemed that there was always something special going on at one of the coveted tables in the back room.

And now that the iconic restaurant has been reborn at the stylish Colony Hotel in Palm Beach (thecolonypalmbeach.com), the choice was a no-brainer. Swifty’s terrific staff couldn’t have been more accommodating, especially general manager Michelle Stokes, who helped me create a highly personalized evening for our guests.

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First came the invitation. Since this was a small gathering, I turned to Paperless Post (paperlesspost.com), uploading a favorite wedding photo to create a chic invite. To add to the specialness of the occasion, I asked the restaurant if I could make a menu for the evening, pared down to a selection of Swifty’s classics and devoid of prices. They not only laid the whole thing out for me, complete with wedding pic and custom verbiage, but they had it printed and waiting upon our arrival. One of the most important aspects of entertaining in a restaurant is making the table look special and, moreover, different from all the other tables in the joint. Floral designer extraordinaire Tom Mathieu (tommathieu.com) crafted a spectacular arrangement encircled by votive candles that made for a magically festive setting. We completed the scene with place cards in little metal monkey holders that I brought from home. And while Swifty’s offers their own delectable selection of desserts, I opted for carrot cake as an ode to the one we had on our wedding day. Nine years ago, a much-loved Milwaukee restaurant baked that version. For this event, Café Sweets in Northwood (cafesweetsbakeryfl.com) made a pretty yummy doppelgänger, and Swifty’s happily accommodated my

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request to serve it—complete with a dramatic sparkler. The end product was a distinctive little dinner party that looked and felt just like the kind that we frequently host at our place. But instead of a sweaty brow from standing over a hot stove all day and that oh-socharming after-dinner sight of a kitchen sink full of dirty dishes, the only thing I had to deal with was the check. So, the next time you’re in the hosting hot seat but don’t have it in you to do it yourself, consider a personalized restaurant dinner party. All it takes is a little effort and a few special touches to create an event that will not only be memorable but delightfully hassle free. And at the end of the day, who doesn’t want that? «

Clockwise from top left: Tracy Fulham, Scott Velozo, Robert Caravaggi, Steven Stolman, Stephen Mooney, Rich Wilkie; anniversary dinner details; a toast among friends.

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SQUEEZED to Please Nothing says Florida outdoors quite like the scent of oranges. That was the inspiration behind the signature scent for Florida Squeezed, the self-proclaimed “unofficial-of cial sunscreen of Florida.” Cold-pressed oranges from a local Florida grove are mixed with hints of vanilla and gardenia to create a scent reminiscent of Creamsicles. More than just a treat for the senses, however, Florida Squeezed delivers powerful and purposeful protection. The founders of the West Palm Beach–based product recognized that, as Floridians, practically everything revolves around being in the sun. And with a common

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GARDEN VARIETY Pennsylvania native Stefan Horbonis was surprised by the concept of zero-lot lines upon moving to South Florida, but the true gamechanging moment came when his son asked what a farm was. After using modern farming techniques to grow greens in their garage and sharing them with neighbors, Horbonis and his wife purchased an overgrown dirt lot in Loxahatchee in 2016. The result: You Farm, an agricultural destination focused on providing families with healthy, sustainable, local food. For some, the most exciting part of You Farm is housed in its 8-by-16-foot plots. For two growing seasons each year (fall into winter

and winter into spring), gardeners of any skill level can purchase their own plot and become a part of You Farm’s community garden. The farm handles the watering of each plot through the season, with each gardener responsible for preparing the plot, putting in the plants of their choice, and maintaining it. Anything harvested may be kept or the excess may be purchased by You Farm for sale at one of its events. To underscore the “community” in its community gardens, You Farm has created its own chat room where the gardeners can virtually meet and have questions answered by master gardeners from Mounts Botanical Garden. Community gardeners can also pick fresh eggs, learn about beekeeping, or use the picnic space. “You Farm is not just about our family—it’s about community and what you want to put into and make out of your garden,” Horbonis says. (youfarmgreens.com) —L.G.S.

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While the surge in demand is expected to continue, housing prices are likely to STABILIZE in 2022 By Judy Martel When it comes to the housing market, the word on everyone’s lips is price. It seems money is no object for hungry buyers who have been snapping up homes with a speed reminiscent of the real estate bubble that eventually burst back in 2007, heralding the subsequent global recession. But this situation is not the same, says Brad O’Connor, chief economist for the Florida Realtors association. “The main reason this time is different is that we don’t have enough housing supply,” he says. “Before the recession of 2007-2009, we had too many homes and not enough buyers.” These days, there are not nearly enough

homes to satisfy buyers, and low interest rates are helping fuel the demand, he adds. “The significance of the market now is the fact that it has staying power, which is not a surprise because of low housing supply and high demand. The surprise was last year when it came roaring back sooner than we expected.” Even before the pandemic, builders were plagued by rising labor costs and shortages in building supplies. But since then, the situation has become exacerbated, leaving scores of potential buyers frustrated. Millennials comprise a sizable chunk of discouraged potential buyers, O’Connor notes. A larger group than its predecessor baby boomers and Gen Xers, these 30- and 40-somethings are having children and seeking to move out of cramped urban areas into bigger homes with more space. As long as supply remains low, prices won’t come down, although O’Connor says they have begun to stabilize from the highs reached a year ago. Aside from millennials, luxury buyers are also out in force, with sales in the million-plus

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market softening slightly in the past year but still outpacing all other markets. While there are more of these homes for sale, it’s not enough to satisfy demand. Record stock market performance has also helped spur wealthy buyers into putting some of their gains into the purchase of larger or second homes. And let’s not forget the migration of out-of-state buyers—many flocking from northern urban areas—who made up a large portion of the luxury homebuyers over the

past year. The reopening of the Canadian border, O’Connor says, could bring a fresh uptick in sales. One common theme among all buyers that has remained consistent since the COVID-19 outbreak is the desire for more space. “A lot of people got stuck in their homes during the pandemic, and some are finding they might not need to commute to an office anymore,” says O’Connor. “They’re looking for homes with room for a home office and maybe

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AGENDA By Abigail Duffy

TOP BILLING

Pop IDOL Andy Warhol is in the building. The Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta will debut “Warhol! Warhol! Warhol!” in its Spencer Gallery January 13, featuring more than 20 pieces of rare Warhol works from the collections of Beth Rudin DeWoody and Marshall Fields. While the iconic artist is best known for his Campbell’s Soup Cans and silkscreen portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and more, the ArtCenter exhibition chronicles his early and late career, from his I. Miller shoe illustrations created during his freelance days in the early 1960s to his experimental Oxidation paintings. A display of pieces by ceramicist Ray Gross, including a life-size porcelain HarleyDavidson motorcycle, will pay homage to the Warhol works. Wander over to the Schorr Gallery for James Thurman’s “Paper Alchemy,” featuring his patented Thurmanite art made of recycled paper and eco-resin, and the Pop Art Jewelry Show & Sale. The Warhol exhibition will be on view through March 23. (lighthousearts.org)

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AGENDA JANUARY 2022

ARTS & CULTURE

Clockwise From above: Eisenhower Dance Detroit takes the Kravis Center stage January 8-9; Weight in Gold: In the Arms of Unequal Length by Dorotha Grace Lemeh on view in “FAU Biennial Faculty Exhibition”; Damon Fowler performs at Arts Garage January 16; Sean Kenney’s Dragonfly at Mounts Botanical Garden; Bradley Theodore begins a residency at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens JAnuary 5.

GOINGS ON 3 “Richard Wagner: The Man and his Music” lecture with Jim Holman, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, free. (fourarts.org)

Twilight Yoga at the Light, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also Jan. 10, 17, 24, and 31, $10. (jupiterlighthouse.org) 5 “Boca Raton Anthrax Attack, October 2001” Town Hall Talk with Thomas R. Wood, The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum, $10. (bocahistory.org)

History Talks with Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg, Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, West Palm Beach, $20-$40. (pbchistory.org) 200 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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Lighthouse Sunset Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also Jan. 12, 19, and 26, $25. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

“The Words That Made Us: America’s Constitutional Conversation, 1760-1840” lecture with Akhil Amar, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

Worth Avenue Historic Walking Tour, Via Bice, Palm Beach, also Jan. 12, 19, and 26, $25. (pbchistory.org) 6 “The Future is Unwritten: Healing Arts Palm Beach” lecture, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, also Jan. 7, $65 for series. (fourarts.org)

7 History & Architecture Walking Tour, 1916 Courthouse, West Palm Beach; also Jan. 8, The Great Lawn, West Palm Beach, $10. (pbchistory.org)

Thirty-Fourth Annual Wellington Dinner Dance, benefiting Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Wycliffe Country Club, Wellington, $250. (bgcpbc.org)

8 Art Show in the Gardens, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, also Jan. 9, free. (pslbg.org)

Palm Beach Modern by Nina Davidowitz (left) and Broadmore Palm by Massimo Mongiardo (below)

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THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE IS BACK AND WE “CAN’T TAKE [OUR] EYES OFF OF [IT].” TO KICK OFF ITS GRAND REOPENING SEASON, THE THEATER WILL STAGE THE TONYAND GRAMMY AWARD–WINNING MUSICAL JERSEY BOYS JANUARY 1130 OUTDOORS AT ROGER DEAN CHEVROLET STADIUM IN JUPITER. (JUPITER THEATRE.ORG)

Montana (above) and Cajun Hibiscus (right) by Hunt Slonem will be on view at Rosenbaum Contemporary in “Hunt Slonem: New Directions” through January 29.

D’Art for Art, Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta, $500. (light housearts.org)

History Talks with Russell P. Kelley, Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, West Palm Beach; also Jan. 22, $20. (pbchistory.org)

HEY, NEIGHBOR Artists have a knack for creating a sense of place in their works. With just a glance at a painting or a photograph, viewers are transported to places they’ve never visited. Mtn Space in Lake Worth will celebrate this phenomenon and the artistic interpretations of the communities around us with “Neighborhoods,” on view January 14 to February 20. Works by Shannon Torrence, Nina Davidowitz, and Massimo Mongiardo will tell deeply layered stories about the neighborhoods they grew up in and the places that inspire them in their interpretive pieces. The gallery will host an opening reception January 21 and present artist talks throughout the month. (mtnspace.com)

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SWANK SPECIALTY PRODUCE IN LOXAHATCHEE WILL HOST ITS LEGENDARY FAMILY-STYLE DINNER WITH A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE ANTHONY BOURDAIN—THROUGH A SHOWCASE OF HIS ALL-TIME FAVORITE DISHES, OF COURSE—JANUARY 16. LOCAL CHEFS EMERSON FRISBIE AND SABRINA FIORENTINO WILL LEND THEIR TALENTS TO THE EVENING. (SWANKSPECIALTY PRODUCE.COM)

The Met Live in HD presents Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up My Bones, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$30. (fourarts.org)

9 Swank Table: An Evening in a Japanese Pub, Swank Specialty Produce, produce.com)

Loxahatchee,

$165.

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10 Culture & Cocktails “Washington to Warhol” with Bonnie Lautenberg, The Ben, West Palm Beach, $75-$125. (palmbeachculture.com)

“Dirty, Nasty Politics in Early America” lecture with Joanne Freeman, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

Eighteenth Annual Virtual Palm Beach Poetry Festival, virtual, to Jan. 15, contact for ticket prices. (palmbeachpoetry festival.org) THESE EVENT DETAILS ARE CURRENT AS OF PRESS TIME, BUT PLEASE CONTACT THE VENUE OR PRESENTER FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION.

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11 Literary Afternoon with Mitchell James Kaplan, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, $25. (levisjcc.org)

12 “Bite by Bite” lecture with Peter Callahan, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

Cocktails in Paradise, The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach, $25. (pbchistory.org)

contact for ticket prices. (morselife.org)

“Techniques and Secrets of Botanical Arts Entries” lecture with Sarah Boynton, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

“Warhol! Warhol! Warhol!” Opening Reception, Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta, $5. (lighthouse arts.org)

14 An Evening of Music & Art in the Gardens, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, $500. (ansg.org)

South Florida Fair, South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 30, $10-$20. (southflorida fair.com)

15 Artist at Work with Carolina Cueva, Boca

BRAVI, BRAVI! THE RINKER PLAYHOUSE AT THE KRAVIS CENTER IN WEST PALM BEACH WILL SWELL WITH THE SOUNDS OF SOME OF HISTORY’S Damien Sneed MOST BELOVED ARIAS, ART SONGS, AND SPIRITUALS JANUARY 29 DURING “OUR SONG, OUR STORY: THE NEW GENERATION OF BLACK VOICES.” MUSICAL RENAISSANCE MAN, FOUNDER OF CHORALE LE CHATEAU, AND MANHATTAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC FACULTY MEMBER DAMIEN SNEED WILL TAKE A SEAT AT THE PIANO TO LEAD MEZZO-SOPRANO RAEHANN BRYCEDAVIS, SOPRANO BRANDIE SUTTON, AND AN ACCOMPANYING STRING QUARTET THROUGH THE REGAL AND SOULFUL EVENING. THE CONCERT WILL PAY TRIBUTE TO LEGENDARY CONTRALTO MARIAN ANDERSON AND THE EVER-DYNAMIC SOPRANO JESSYE NORMAN, WHO PAVED THE WAY FOR BLACK VOICES IN OPERA. (KRAVIS.ORG)

Raton Museum of Art, free. (bocamuseum.org)

16 Swank Table: A Tribute to Anthony Bourdain, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $165.

perors, Aristocrats, and Industrialists,” lecture with Emmanuel Ducamp, Dixon Education Build-

(swankspecialtyproduce.com)

ing, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

17 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity March and Carnival, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

20 Florida JCC Book and Author Series with Anne Sebba, streaming courtesy of Levis JCC

TOMAS TITAK

The Hour of the Witch book discussion with Chris Bohjalian, The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach,

NEW CLASSICS

MICHAEL RUBENSTEIN

national Polo Club, Wellington, tickets start at $150. (americanhumane.org)

Brandie Sutton

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13 American Humane Cocktail Party, Inter-

raising Gala, West Palm Beach, $250. (armoryart.org)

22 “Andean Connections: Culture and Nature Through Time” symposium, Boca Raton Museum of Art and Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (bocamuseum.org)

“Perspectives on Modernism in Mexico” symposium, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $5$18. (norton.org)

Special HD presentation of Kinky Boots, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$30. (fourarts.org)

24 “Affairs of the State: An Irreverent History of Presidential Mistresses and Misbehavior” ArtSmart Lunch and Learn, Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $100. (kravis.org)

26 “The Society of the Four Arts at 85, Part II” lecture with Michel Witmer, Dixon Education

and Mizner Park Amphitheater, Delray Beach and Boca Raton, free. (myboca.us)

Sandler Center, $10. (levisjcc.org)

Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

Lighthouse Moonrise Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, $25. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

“God and the Brain?” lecture with Jeffrey Small Jr., Dixon Education Building, The Society of

27 “Buckingham Palace: Its Art and Interiors” lecture with Desmond Shawe-Taylor, Gubel-

the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

mann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

“Turner’s Modern World” lecture with Frederick Ilchman, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

Hanley Foundation Palm Beach Dinner, The Sailfish Club of Florida, Palm Beach, $350-$500. (hanleyfoundation.org)

“Hoodooland” lecture with Priscilla Rattazzi, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

18 Florida JCC Book and Author Series with Zibby Owens, streaming courtesy of Levis JCC

Was it Murder? Mock Trial, 1916 Courthouse, West

Sandler Center, $10. (levisjcc.org)

Palm Beach, $20-$30. (pbchistory.org)

28 Chinese New Year Celebration, Norton Mu-

19 “French Art in Russia: The Passion of Em-

21 Armory Art Center Annual Winter Fund-

seum of Art, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 29, contact for ticket prices. (norton.org)

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AGENDA Palm Beach Opera’s Carmen at the Kravis Center

the gardens conservancy presents

Music&Art an evening of

Gardens in the

CORY WEAVER

JANUARY 14, 2022

29 Komen More Than Pink Walk, Meyer Amphitheater, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (komen.org)

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Black-Tie Gala, The Mar-a-Lago Club, Palm Beach, $600-$1,000. (lls.org)

BRADLEY THEODORE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE JANUARY - JUNE 2022

FORMS + FIGURES JANUARY - JUNE 2022

The Met Live in HD presents Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$30. (fourarts.org)

HONORING BLACK HISTORY MONTH SUNDAYS IN FEBRUARY-1:00-3:00 PM

30 Bolshoi Ballet Live in HD presents Aram Khachaturian’s Spartacus, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15$30. (fourarts.org)

Swank Table: Throwback to the ’70s, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $165. (swankspecialtyproduce.com)

31 “Saving Venice: Fifty Years On” lecture with Melissa Conn, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)

PERFORMANCES

TARIK CURRIMBHOY: REFLECTIONS JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2022

1 Franco Corso presents “Italy Meets Broadway,” Delray Beach Playhouse; also Jan. 2, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $39-$49. (delray beachplayhouse.com; miznerparkculturalcenter.com) Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35-$155. (kravis.org)

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2 The Academy Orchestra presents Liverpool Live, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $42. (lyrictheatre.com)

Renée Fleming, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $65-$105. (kravis.org)

Tal Cohen Trio presents Jewish Jazz, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $20$25. (artsgarage.org)

4 Carousel, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to Jan. 23, tickets start at $45. (riversidetheatre.com)

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AGENDA 5 Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Dreyfoos

Eisenhower Dance Detroit presents “F-E-E-L,”

Rachmaninoff,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West

Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 9, $33$94. (kravis.org)

Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 9, $40. (kravis.org)

Palm Beach, $25-$95. (kravis.org)

6 Gypsy, The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, to Feb. 13,

Meri Ziev presents “New Words,” Lake Worth

$75-$115. (thewick.org)

Playhouse, contact for ticket prices. (lakeworthplay house.org)

Tapestry: The Carole King Songbook, Delray Beach Playhouse, also Jan. 7; also Jan. 8-9, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $35-$45. (delray beachplayhouse.com; miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

West Boca Theatre Company presents I Ought to Be in Pictures by Neil Simon, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, to Jan. 16, $25-$40. (levisjcc.org)

7 Elements: A Tribute to Earth, Wind, & Fire, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyrictheatre.com)

Steve Forbert featuring George Naha, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$40. (artsgarage.org)

8 Dave Meder Songs and Stories Trio, Arts

Puccini to Broadway: A Magical Night of Music and Theater, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn

11 Gabriel Martins and Geneva Lewis, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (kravis.org)

Jersey Boys, presented by the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, Jupiter, to Jan. 30, $66-$120. (jupitertheatre.org)

University, Boca Raton, also Jan. 9, $50-$70. (lynn.edu)

Sizzling Strings, Roberts Theater, Saint Andrew’s School, Boca Raton, also Jan. 9, $50-$84. (thesymphonia.org)

9 Pan Lisiecki, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org) 10 Junk Ohtsu with Evelyn Elsing and Colette Valentine present “Canción: Passion, Sorrows, and Inspiration,” Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $10-$15. (norton.org)

Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$40. (artsgarage.org)

The Machine performs Pink Floyd, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, $39; also Jan. 15, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $42. (palmbeach state.edu; lyrictheatre.com)

Proud Tina: The Ultimate Tribute to Tina Turner, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25$100; also Jan. 15, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $35-$45. (kravis.org; sunrisetheatre.com)

12 Almost, Maine, Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 7, $59. (palmbeachdrama works.org)

Palm Beach Symphony presents “Romantic

JERSEY BOYS

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Jan. 30, $35-$42. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

The Doo Wop Project, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center,

Billy Stritch and Gabrielle Stravelli present “Mel and Ella Swing,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis

West Palm Beach, $39. (kravis.org)

Drumline Live!, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, $35. (palmbeachstate.edu)

Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 15, $35-$45. (kravis.org)

Harvey Granat presents “Gershwin Swings,” Del-

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus,

ray Beach Playhouse, $44. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, to Jan. 16, $55. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

13 An Evening with Jimmy Webb, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $49-$55. (kravis.org)

Parsons Dance, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, also Jan. 15, $45. (palmbeach state.edu)

Frank, Sammy, and Dean: A Swinging Evening of Music, Rosenthal Lifelong Learning Complex, Florida

16 Damon Fowler, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $40-

Atlantic University, Jupiter, $35-$55. (fau.edu)

Rover of Return by Ronnie Landfield at Findlay Galleries

Ledisi Sings Nina, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $29-$105. (kravis.org)

$45. (artsgarage.org)

Escher String Quartet with Susanna Phillips, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

Mark Sanders presents “One Voice: The Music of Barry Manilow,” Mizner Park Cultural Center,

SPA Trio featuring Paul Neubauer, AnneMarie McDermott, and Susanna Phillips, Norton

Boca Raton; also Jan. 14, Delray Beach Playhouse, $35-$45. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com; delraybeach playhouse.com)

Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $75. (cmspb.org)

14 9 to 5 The Musical, Lake Worth Playhouse, to

Pink Martini featuring China Forbes, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $29-$105. (kravis.org)

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AGENDA 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35-$95. (kravis.org) 18 I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to Feb. 6, $65. (riverside theatre.com)

21 Aquila Theatre presents Macbeth, Rinker

Center, West Palm Beach, $100-$300. (kravis.org)

Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 22, $45-$55. (kravis.org)

The Holy Rocka Rollaz, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $40-$45. (artsgarage.org)

The Music of Sam Cooke, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, $39. (palmbeach state.edu)

Kravis Center Pops Orchestra Big Band with Michael Feinstein, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center,

Tito Puente Jr., Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyric

West Palm Beach, $39-$155. (kravis.org)

theatre.com)

19 Michael Bolton, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center,

22 Belinda Davids presents “The Greatest Love of All,” Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State Col-

West Palm Beach, $29-$120. (kravis.org)

State College, Lake Worth, $35. (palmbeachstate.edu)

lege, Lake Worth, $39; also Jan. 23, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $39-$49. (palmbeachstate.edu; sunrise theatre.com)

Sean Lee and Peter Dugan, Gubelmann Audito-

Delfini Jazz, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$40.

rium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

(artsgarage.org)

20 Jeff Harnar, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca

Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $45-$55. (kravis.org)

Rolston String Quartet, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach

The Cleveland Orchestra, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis

mann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

25 Jay & the Americans, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyrictheatre.com)

Malpasso Dance Company, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 27, $40. (kravis.org)

26 Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Masterworks I: Technicolor Dance,” Vero Community Church, Vero Beach; Jan. 27, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Gardens, $30-$65; and Jan. 28, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $45$60. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)

27 Elko Concerts presents Little Feat, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $59-$279. (sunrisetheatre.com)

IndieHouse Films

Raton; also Jan. 21-22, Delray Beach Playhouse, $39$49. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com; delraybeachplay house.com)

23 Aquila Theatre presents The Great Gatsby,

Pacifica Quartet with Anthony McGill, Gubel-

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AGENDA Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach. “Ronnie Landfield,” Jan. 6 to March 6; “Hugo Grenville,” to Jan. 27. (findlay galleries.com)

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Historical Society of Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach. “From Houses to Hospitals: Improving Health Care in the 1920s” to July. (pbchistory.org)

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Holden Luntz Gallery, Palm Beach. “Movies Made America,” to Jan. 15; “Fashion: Cathleen Naundorf,” Jan. 22 to Feb. 12. (holdenluntz.com) Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton. “Adeline Wiener: My Quest for a Silver Lining—Painting During the Pandemic,” to Jan. 7. (levisjcc.org)

Events at The Society of the Four Arts, clockwise from left: Escher String Quartet; Sean Lee; Bolshoi Ballet’s

Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art, Tequesta. “D’Art for Art,” to Jan. 8; “Warhol! Warhol! Warhol!” and “Ray Gross Pop Art Sculpture,” both Jan. 13 to March 23. (lighthousearts.org)

28 Palm Beach Opera presents Carmen, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 30, $25-$255. (pbopera.org)

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens,

Oh, Canada!, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $35-$45. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

Delray Beach. “Painting Enlightenment: Experiencing Wisdom and Compassion through Art and Science,” to March 27. (morikami.org)

Respect: A Musical Journey of Women, Delray Beach Playhouse, to Feb. 13, $38. (delraybeachplay house.com)

Mounts Botanical Garden, West Palm Beach. “Sean Kenney’s Nature POP! Art with Lego Bricks,” Jan. 8 to May 1. (mounts.org)

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Water by the Spoonful, Stonzek Studio, Lake Worth Playhouse, to Feb. 6, $25. (lakeworthplayhouse.org) 29 Leo Kottke, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyric theatre.com)

“Our Song, Our Story: The New Generation of Black Voices,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $39. (kravis.org)

Tas Cru and His Band of Tortured Souls, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$40. (artsgarage.org)

30 ABBAFAB, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca

Boca Raton Museum of Art. “Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru,” to March 6. (boca museum.org)

Raton, $35-$45. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

Cornell Art Museum, Delray Beach. “Heart of the Square,” to Feb. 5. (cornellartmuseum.org)

Ben Rosenblum Trio presents “Jazz Near and Far,”

Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, Lake

Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $25-$30. (artsgarage.org)

Worth Beach. “Ribbon HIV,” January 7 to February 19; “Gathering” and “Gregory Dirr: The Big Book, A World Created,” both to Jan. 15; “Izel Vargas,” January 21 to March 5; “Being Heard, Being Seen,” January 28 to April 9. (palmbeachculture.com)

GALLERIES Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach. “Unknowing (Between Day and Night) by Carol Prusa,” to Jan. 2; “Tarik Currimbhoy: Reflections,” Jan. 5 to Feb. 27 (garden exhibition to June 30); “Artist in Residence: Bradley Theodore,” Jan. 5 to June 30. (ansg.org) Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. “Armory Artist Show” and “Armory Faculty Show,” both Jan. 7-28. (armoryart.org)

Elliott Museum, Stuart. “The Highwaymen: Vistas and Visions,” to Feb. 24. (hsmc-fl.com) Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach. “A Beautiful Mess: Weavers and Knotters of the Vanguard” and “An Eye on Michelangelo and Bernini: Photographs by Aurelio Amendola,” both to Jan. 30. (fourarts.org)

Mtn Space Gallery, Lake Worth Beach. “Interiors,” to Jan. 9; “Neighborhoods,” Jan. 14 to Feb. 20. (mtn space.com) Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. “The Other Half of the Sky: Twentieth-Century Chinese Women Painters,” to Jan. 23; “The Water Lily Pond (Clouds) by Claude Monet,” to Feb. 3; “Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection” to Feb. 6; “Saul Steinberg: A Writer Who Draws,” to March 6; “From Hassam to Wyeth: Gifts from Doris and Shouky Shaheen,” to March 13; “Origin Stories: Photography of Africa and its Diaspora,” to March 20; “Calder BMW Art Car,” to April 24; “Jane Peterson: Impressions of Light and Water,” to June 12; “Beaching the Boat (Afternoon Light) by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida,” to June 25, 2023. (norton.org)

Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton. “Hunt Slonem: New Directions,” to Jan. 29. (rosenbaum contemporary.com) Schmidt Center Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton. “The Great Inka Road: Engineering and Empire,” to Jan. 26; “FAU Biennial Faculty Exhibition,” to Jan. 29. (fau.edu)

Vero Beach Museum of Art. “Vero Collects: Hidden Treasures Revealed,” Jan. 29 to May 15. (vbmuseum.org)

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LAST WORD How did you go from designing dresses and selling them in markets in Sydney, Australia, to creating a global ready-to-wear brand? When we started, we really didn’t know much about how to build a business and a brand, but my sister, Simone, who is now our COO, was always open to opportunities to grow and we always had an eye on international expansion. To thrive as an Australian-based fashion brand, it’s something we really thought was important. It really grew organically for many years before I would say that we thought about being a global brand as such. Zimmermann is known for dreamy designs that often feature romantic florals and ruffles. What was the inspiration for the Spring 2022 collection? We wanted to explore ideas of strength and fragility. We thought about dance, particularly ballet and its athleticism contrasted with graceful, fluid movements. We tried to infuse these elements into the collection and create a feeling of balance with toughness and softness in each look. You create original prints for each collection. How has that process evolved over the years? Print is often the starting point for us in the design studio, and we are always looking at ways to push this forward.… For Spring ’22 we wanted to do something new with that part of our process. We worked with Australian photographer Pierre Toussaint on a series of images; some were of ballet dancers in a studio (look 11) and others were beautiful floral arrangements by Saskia Havekes. We then manipulated the images to try to create a depth and hyper-realness to these key prints. We also collaborated with my friend Sophie Lee, who wrote a poem that expressed strength and fragility, and one of our in-house artists then interpreted it into a graffiti artwork that was used as a print (look 23).

What inspired you to fuse fashion with swimwear and elevate the idea of traditional swimwear? Swimwear was always very functional when I was growing up. It just felt natural to me that it could be a much more natural extension of a woman’s wardrobe and her personal style, so we created swimwear that would work with the ready-to-wear clothing line. It was a turning point for us early on, and it remains an important part of our brand aesthetic.

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Spring 2022 looks 23 (inset) and 11 (right) feature custom prints.

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