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Please join us for the 2022 edition of Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary (PBM+C), returning for the ﬁfth year with new dates and a new location at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. PBM+C opens with an invitation-only VIP preview night on March 24th to beneﬁt the area’s renowned Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens before opening to the public on Friday, March 25 through Sunday, March 27.
Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary is the region’s most important winter art fair, as it showcases an internationally acclaimed group of dealers and artists offering a fresh opportunity for collectors to acquire important and often rarely exhibited works from both the primary and secondary markets.
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CONTENTS MARCH 2022
FEATURES 104 / IRIS @ Fashion icon Iris Apfel celebrates a century of sartorial style
the result is petal perfection
By Paige Bowers 110
FLOWER POWER When fashion meets a Lewis Miller Flower Flash,
Photography by Gabor Jurina
Valentino top, pajama shirt, shorts; Carolina Herrera earrings. For buying information, turn to page 230.
118 / PBI’S UNDER Meet the next generation of island inﬂuencers
By Skye Sherman
138 / MAIDEN VOYAGE
A modern take on vintage style turns back the fashion clock to the era of PBI’s launch
Photography by Gabor Jurina
148 / A PLATINUM SALUTE
Peek into our party swag bag, with local items that impress, bites to delight, sips to savor, and packages that pamper
By PBI’s editors
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42 / FROM THE EDITOR 44 / FROM THE PUBLISHER 50 / PARTY PICS Cox Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach Library Foundation, and more INSIDER 63/ SPOTLIGHT A Palm Beacher paints mini watercolors 64 / AROUND TOWN Secrets to ﬁne art care, meet Boca Raton retail royalty, and more 68 / CAMEO Fashion phenom Josie Natori
Scents that transport and transcend ESCAPE 89 / WANDERLUST
A private island paradise in Western Panama’s Gulf of Chiriquí
By Paul Rubio 94 / QUICK TRIPS
The Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans 96 / STAYCATIONS Stay and play at PGA National Resort 98 / TRAVEL JOURNAL
Scott Harper’s Antigua, Guatemala 100 / HIGH ROAD
Bentley’s new Continental GT Speed
By Howard Walker 102 / HIGH SEAS
Wajer Yachts gets a Tom Brady–sized boost
By Howard Walker
TASTE 157 / OPENINGS
A fast-casual salad spot at The Square
158 / LOCAL BITES
Restaurant apps, pie for National Pi Day, a spring cocktail recipe, and more
168 / POUR
Bourbon has no borders in the U.S.
By Mark Spivak
HOME 171 / DESIGN
An Intracoastal-informed interior
172 / INSPIRED LIVING
South Florida’s swimming pool scene
174 / ELEMENTS
Smoky quartz smolders for our seventieth
176 / HERITAGE
Behind Palm Beach’s Bermudan aesthetic
178 / THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT! An aﬁcionado’s aﬃnity for hors d’oeuvres
By Steven Stolman
BALANCE 203 / THEN & NOW The evolution of sport on the island 204 / SKIN DEEP Hydration heroes to brighten the eyes
By Tristan Dyer 206 / HEALTH & WELLNESS
Anxiety tech, cryotherapy, and more 214 / WEALTH A shift in the scales of supply and demand
By Judy Martel
AGENDA 217 / TOP BILLING
Experience Michelangelo close to home 218 / CALENDAR What to see and do this month
SEEN 234 / PALM BEACH MAGAZINE Hot parties, beautiful people
LAST WORD 240 / REAL TALK WITH... Fine jewelry designer Mish Tworkowski
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70 / HEROES A renowned chef nourishes and nurtures 72 / LIVING WITH IVEY The power of a plant-based lifestyle STYLE 77/ THE LOOK Brands that support women, plus accessories à la Lilly Pulitzer 80/ THE EDIT Goods from women-owned businesses 82 / BIJOUX Showstopping sparklers 84 / BEAUTY
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COX SCIENCE CENTER TURNS 60
WHO: Cox Science Center and Aquarium WHAT: Sixtieth Anniversary Gala WHERE: Cox Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: The recently renamed center celebrated this milestone with electrifying performances, robotic outﬁts by Dutch fashion tech designer Anouk Wipprecht, and curated cocktails.
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WHO: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Frances and Jeﬀrey Fisher WHAT: Iris Apfel’s 100th Birthday Celebration WHERE: Private residence, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: More than 100 friends celebrated the artist, bold businesswoman, and global fashion icon’s 10 decades of life with cocktails, light bites, a buﬀet dinner, and an evening of toasts to the guest of honor.
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
WHO: West Palm Beach Library Foundation WHAT: Food for Thought Gala WHERE: Mandel Public Library, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Local luminaries gathered to raise funds for the library’s essential free community programs, resources, and services.
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Pushing Boundaries in Cardiology
Jose Navia, MD, Director of the Heart and Vascular Center and Chair of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Cleveland Clinic Florida, is all about pushing boundaries. Before taking his talents to the Sunshine State, the pioneering heart surgeon spent two decades at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus, and was a Cleveland Clinic’s Innovator of the Year S. Donald Sussman Distinguished Chair in Heart and Vascular Research, created with a S. Donald Sussman, Dr. Navia is able to pursue minimally invasive procedures that will developing new technology for transcatheter heart valve repair and valve replacement that allows us to avoid high-risk surgeries,” he says. The doctor is also looking to keep hearts pumping with advances in mechanical assist devices: “The number of potential heart donors is the shortage and keep patients alive.” Supporting Dr. Navia’s work was a shrewd move, says Sussman. “In business and in philanthropy, my approach has always been the same: Find brilliant people and back them in ways that lead to the best outcomes.”
Research Takes Aim at Women’s Heart Health Heart disease and stroke claim the lives of more women than all forms of cancer combined, yet many women are unaware of the threat that cardiovascular disease poses to their health. Cleveland Clinic, the top-rated heart program in the United States, has inspired the longtime support of Kathryn and Leo Vecellio, Florida residents and long-standing advocates for Cleveland Clinic Weston. After Kathryn Vecellio’s father had double bypass surgery and she had three aortic valve replacements at Cleveland Clinic, the couple made a generous gift to the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute in 2008. With another gift in 2017, they established the Kathryn C. and Leo A. Vecellio Women’s Cardiology Research Fund, which supports the work of Leslie Cho, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Women’s Cardiovascular Center. “Their gift allows me to do further research on women the Karos Family Term Chair in Women’s Cardiovascular Research. “The treatment in men and women.”
The Vecellios’ gift is helping us better deﬁ ne and understand valve disease and its treatment in men and women.”
— LESLIE CHO, MD, DIRECTOR OF CLEVELAND CLINIC’S WOMEN’S CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER
Covering the Cost of Lifesaving Tests
Last year, nearly 1,000 patients at Cleveland Clinic Martin Health life-saving lung cancer screenings, thanks to the Caryl Plunkett Hope Fund, which helps patients who can’t afford to pay high deductibles and co-payments. Caryl Plunkett lost her life to lung cancer in 2015. Her family created the fund in her memory to raise awareness about the prevalence and the impact of lung cancer, which has a 90 percent survival rate if caught early. The fund has helped thousands of patients like Lana, who canceled her screening appointment because she couldn’t afford the co-pay. After a nurse encouraged her to apply for assistance through the Plunkett fund, she
1A lung cancer. The cancer was caught early and successfully treated, and today she is cancer-free.
Outsmarting the Next Viruses
In 2020, celebrated virologist Michaela Gack, PhD, moved her lab from Chicago to Port St. Lucie to lead a team of daring virus hunters Florida Research and Innovation Center (FRIC). Supported by the Arthur and Marylin Levitt Endowed Chair, Dr. Gack and FRIC scientists are on a mission to outsmart viruses such as mosquito-transmitted Zika and West Nile, wickedly clever pathogens that have learned to trick the body’s immune response, delaying it or escaping detection like a burglar who sneaks into the house after disabling the alarm system. The FRIC’s newest area of research has the potential to be even more game-changing. While broad-spectrum antibiotics such as amoxicillin and tetracycline can be deployed against a wide range of disease-causing bacteria, there are no broad-spectrum antivirals to treat a host of viral invaders, from coronaviruses to the Powassan virus delivered by a bite from a tick.
treatment for each new virus that emerges is an impossible contest of whack-a-mole on a global scale—we can’t hope to keep up. Dr. Gack has a better idea: With the help of more bold philanthropists, she aims to create “readyto-use” antiviral drugs that target multiple viruses, not just one, before the next deadly pandemic strikes.
Compassionate Care Provided for Each Other
As part of the $48M campaign that built and equipped the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center at Cleveland Clinic Indian River, the Pay It Forward Fund was launched by a lead gift from the Bernard Egan Foundation to support patients needing assistance paying for their care. Embraced by donors across the community, Pay It Forward especially resonated with Indian River caregivers, who raised more than $150K to surpass a matching challenge by the Bernard Egan Foundation, inspiring the foundation to more than match the caregivers’ total. Support for the fund now exceeds $2.2M, largely thanks to the ongoing generosity of the Bernard Egan Foundation. On average, more than 80 Indian River County patients
the fund supports screenings for nearly 400 individuals who are at high risk for cancer.
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Ann Bach creates mini watercolors inspired by iconic Palm Beach locales including (clockwise from above) The Breakers’ beach, the Palm Beach Hotel, Root Trail, and the Flagler Museum.
REVIVING Former Glory
Carrying the Tune
There are teachers and then there are mentors who pass through students’ lives and have the power to impact them forever. Mickey Smith Jr. belongs in the second category, so much so that he was recognized with the prestigious Grammy Music Educator Award in 2020.
Last year, Smith relocated from Louisiana to teach music to elementary and middle schoolers at The Greene School in West Palm Beach. He’ll be an integral part of the school’s gradual expansion to include high school students.
“My hope is to create a world-class music educa tion experience that not only strikes a chord with students but helps them discover their own ‘sound,’” Smith shares. This goal—encouraging students to recognize and embrace their own signiﬁcance—is part of Smith’s overall teaching philosophy.
“I am a Grammy winner because people saw something in me before I saw it in myself,” he says. He believes every child is one “sound adult” away from discovering their own passion and success in life, and he aims to be that person for those he teaches. (mickeysmithjr.com; thegreeneschool.com)
SUNLIGHT: Never hang art in direct sunlight, even for a brief period. Direct sunlight is a form of energy that can cut into art like a laser but may take weeks, months, or even years to show its cumulative dam age. Sunlight causes colors to fade, “ghost,” or vanish, with the underlying canvas or paper support desic cated or even vaporized.
HEAT: Luckily, the optimal temperature for artwork is also what is most comfortable for many people. A standard household temperature between 70 to 74 degrees Fahrenheit is recommended.
HUMIDITY: Never store paintings in areas of dampness or poor circulation. Mold, a product of humidity, thrives in damp areas. Most modern airconditioning systems are very eﬀective at elimi nating humidity, but just to be sure, a range of relative humidity between 45 to 65 percent is ideal. A simple fan to circulate air can also help to mitigate mold growth.
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Grammy Award winner Mickey Smith Jr. teaches music at The Greene School in West Palm Beach.
A Dutch/Flemish early eighteenth-century oil painting before
Veteran art dealers Barbara and Nick Vahlkamp have opened Chicago Fine Art Company, a new gallery in the heart of West Palm Beach’s Antique Row art and design district.
CHRIS BRENNAN PHOTOGRAPHY
COURTESY OF NICK VAHLKAMP
COURTESY OF BARBARA AND NICK VAHLKAMP
THE LAW OFFICES OF NUGENT ZBOROWSKI
The year is 1952. Harry S. Truman is presi dent, Leroy Anderson’s “Blue Tango” sounds from every home record player, and the firstever issue of Palm Beach Illustrated debuts across the island. But this wasn’t the only notable event of the times. Here, we highlight a few more from the decade.
In 1951, Palm Beach Air Base is established on part of Palm Beach International Airport to train airmen during the Korean War.
The towns of Jupiter Island and Juno Beach are incorporated in 1953 .
The Sunshine State Parkway (now Florida’s Turnpike) opens in 1957.
In 1958 , Pratt & Whitney open s a plant in northwest Palm Beach County to test jet and space rocket engines.
Jean Flagler Matthews (Henry Flagler’s granddaughter) establishes the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum as a nonprofit corporation in 1959.
DESIGNED to Last
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Clockwise from top left: Barbara Katz’s current Boca Raton boutique; Barbara Katz (standing) at a campaign shoot; Cassie Walin; Barbara Katz with Cassie Walin in 1992
CAMEO PATTERN for Success
PART TIME PALM BEACHER JOSIE NATORI REFLECTS ON LEADING A FASHION BRAND AND PAVING A PATH FOR OTHERS
By Linda Marx
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Josie Natori, recipient of this year’s Dress for Success Palm Beaches’ Style Icon Award; Natori with Lateema Phillips, a Dress for Success Palm Beaches client (below).
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A local chef is cooking up a fresh way to ﬁght hunger and train the next generation of culinary stars
By Sam Kerrigan
“I THINK A LOT OF SUCCESS IS DEPENDENT UPON WHAT YOU GIVE TO OTHERS. IF YOU GIVE WELL TO OTHERS , THEN YOUR COMMUNITY WILL GIVE BACK TO YOU.”
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LIVING WITH IVEY
Powered BY PLANTS
How to lead and beneﬁt from a PLANT-BASED LIFESTYLE
By Ivey Leidy Photography by Kent Anderson
Instead of chicken, try tofu
Instead of red meat/steak, try portobello mushrooms
Instead of ground meat/poultry, try chickpeas or lentils
Instead of bacon, try eggplant or zucchini chips
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PLANT PROTEIN SOURCES
1 cup quinoa = 8 g
1 cup soybeans = 30 g
1 cup chickpeas = 40 g
1 cup lentils = 18 g
1 tbsp. chia seeds = 3 g
1 tbsp. hemp seeds = 4 g
1 tbsp. ﬂax seeds = 2 g
VEGAN CHOCOLATE CHIP MILKSHAKE
VEGAN “Burger” and FRIES
1/3 cup uncooked quinoa 15 oz. chickpeas (1 jar or can), rinsed and drained
2 tbsp. olive oil, divided 1 red pepper, diced 2 shallots, ﬁnely chopped
» Bring 1 cup of water and 1/3 cup of quinoa to a boil. Add lid and simmer for 10-15 minutes until fluffy. Bring 2 cups water and drained chick peas to a boil, turn off burner and let sit for 5 minutes. Drain chickpeas and let cool.
» Add 1 tbsp. olive oil to a cast-iron pan over medium-high heat. Add red pepper, shallots, and garlic and sauté for 5 min utes until golden and fragrant.
» Using a food processor, blend half of your cooked chickpeas. Gently smash the other half with a fork. Combine puréed chickpeas, smashed chickpeas, quinoa, sautéed veggies, cumin, tahini, salt, and pepper in a bowl.
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tsp. cumin
1 tbsp. tahini
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
» Form into 4 patties. Using a cast-iron skillet, heat 1 tbsp. olive oil over medium-high heat. Cook burgers for 3 minutes on each side. Serve in lettuce cups or on the bun of your choice.
ZUCCHINI FRY INGREDIENTS
1 large zucchini, thinly sliced into rounds using a mandolin
2 tbsp. avocado oil
Garlic salt to taste
» Using a cast-iron skillet, heat avocado oil over medium-high heat. Add zucchini rounds and sprinkle with garlic salt. Cook for 2-3 minutes on each side until crispy and golden. (This may take a few batches in your pan.) Remove from pan and let cool on paper towels before serving.
2 frozen bananas
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tbsp. raw cacao powder
1 pitted date
1 cup unsweetened almond milk
» Using a high-speed blender, combine all ingredients and blend until thick and creamy.
» BURGER PROTEIN CONTENT
4-oz. beef burger = 19 g
4-oz. chickpea-quinoa burger = 12 g
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CHICKPEA-QUINOA BURGER INGREDIENTS (serves 4)
Tomorrow’s Breakthroughs Today
ADDF Scienti c Symposium Series Norton Museum of Art Tom and Heidi McWilliams, Founders April 26, 2022 Symposium
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Je rey Cummings, MD, ScD Director of the ChambersGrundy Center for Transformative Neuroscience at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Howard Fillit , MD Co-Founder and Chief Science O cer, Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation
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Don apparel, accessories, and beauty products that support and empower women
By Katherine Lande
1. Hand-embroidered cashmere sweaters featuring the writing of Willa Cather ($350-$600), Lingua Franca, linguafranca.nyc, 20 percent of proceeds will beneﬁt the National Willa Cather Center, which is dedicated to keeping the author’s memory and written works alive. | 2. Wholeness, Karma, and Love Story necklace in 18-karat gold ($6,900), Foundrae, foundrae.com, this necklace features symbols that encourage growth, balance, positive energy, and connectivity. | 3. Embrace Ambition pavé bracelets ($68 each), Tory Burch, toryburch.com, 100 percent of proceeds will beneﬁt the Tory Burch Foundation, which empowers women and women entrepreneurs. | 4. Clean beauty, makeup, and skin care products (prices vary), Credo, credobeauty.com, Credo donates a portion of every purchase to Lipstick Angels, a nonproﬁt organization that provides oncology-sensitive beauty and skin ser vices to cancer patients. | 5. In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8 La Ligne will auction pieces on Re-Ligne, with all proceeds beneﬁting The Lower Eastside Girls Club, which supports young women of color in New York City, La Ligne, lalignenyc.com. | 6. Mama tote hand-woven using recycled plastic ($95), Luna Zorro, lunazorro.com, 100 percent of proceeds will beneﬁt Every Mother Counts, which works to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for every mother, everywhere.
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PARTY OF FIVE Petal ﬂower earrings with rainbow sapphires and emeralds set in 18-karat gold ($28,000), Brent Neale, brentneale.com
I WANT CANDY Mixed-bead gumball necklace ($41,760), Irene Neuwirth, Marissa Collections, Palm Beach, marissa collections.com
TAKE A SARTORIAL CUE FROM THE QUEEN OF ISLAND PREP, PRINTS, AND STYLE
By Katherine Lande
Turquoise triplatform shoes ($1,425), Versace, Boca Raton,
GARDEN PARTY Larroudé for Oscar de la Renta miso-
WEAR THE LOOK
Opt for a bold or graphic take on ﬂoral prints and accessories.
PLATFORM SHOES: Colorful styles instantly elevate your ensemble.
WOVEN HANDBAG: This is the ultimate addition to a spring/summer wardrobe.
Viv’ Pocket Queeny leather basket weave bag ($1,995), Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com
BEHIND BARS White leather drawstring bucket bag ($2,300), Salvatore Ferragamo, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, ferragamo.com
Capucines BB handbag (price upon request), Louis Vuitton, Louis Vuitton locations, louis vuitton.com
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Fashion designer and original style inﬂuencer Lilly Pulitzer lounges in her signa ture shift dress, surrounded by tropical-inspired prints.
BARBIE WORLD Valentino Garavani Tan-Go pink platform pumps ($1,100), Valentino, Palm Beach, valentino.com
CAST A NET Woven net handbag ($5,100), Bottega Veneta, Palm Beach, bottegaveneta.com
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Foxie Boxie clutch ($395), Halotopia, halotopia.com
Big enough to ﬁt your iPhone Pro Max and chic enough to take you pretty much anywhere, reach for this ruﬄed (but never frilly) clutch by Halotopia. The Palm Beach–based line of handbags and jewelry is the brainchild of founder, owner, and de signer Sophia Stone, who launched the brand in 2021.
—Kristen Desmond LeFevre,
THE EDITORS SHARE WOMEN-OWNED BRANDS TO SUPPORT ALL YEAR
By Melissa Puppo
LIGHT MY FIRE
I’m a Cool Mom candle (starting at $29), Taja Col lection, tajacollection.com When my husband gave me this hand-poured, soy wax candle for Christmas, I knew it would become one of my favorites. The refresh ing lemon aroma, derived from natural essential oils, sealed the deal. With Miami-based Taja Collec tion, you can pick the scent that best suits you and also customize the candleholder, making them great for —Mary Murray, executive editor
FANCY & FEMININE
La Fleur silk scarf ($175) and black tulle kimono ($280), Fine Frenchie, ﬁnefrenchie.com
I love the feminine approach artist and fashion designer Valeria Krasavina infuses into her quirky line of creative goods inspired by the personalities of her own French bulldog, Rabby. Her handmade prints and scarves sold in her Little River District boutique, Fine Frenchie, are playful, but I especially love her ready-to-wear pieces, like this black tulle kimono. —Melissa Puppo, contributing editor
GO WITH THE FLOW Roxanne gown ($998), House of Perna, thehouseofperna.com
Beach’s own Project Runway
Amanda Perna, the free-ﬂowing Roxanne gown is as ethereal as it is eco-conscious. Be cause Perna believes fashion should make the world a prettier place, every item in her House of Perna line is made to order to eliminate fabric waste. —K.D.L.
Flower cluster earrings ($25), Tassel Soul, instagram.com/ tasselsoul
Ashley Belford, owner of Jupiterbased Tassel Soul, is known for creating stylish, fun, and aﬀordable handmade jewelry. These ﬂower cluster earrings (available in a va riety of colors) are my favorite item from her extensive collection of chic accessories. —Allison Wolfe Reckson, managing editor
Sacred Serenity Bath Milk ($75) Tammy Fender, tammyfender.com
West Palm Beach–based Tammy Fender’s passion for the plant kingdom and nature’s healing power has guided her skin care business for more than 25 years. My sensitive skin loves all her formulations, and I’m currently obsessed with her new Sacred Serenity Bath Milk in Sunlit Citrus. —Daphne Nikolopoulos, editor in chief
IN YOUR SKIN
Daily Refresh Cleansing Gel ($24) and Paradise Smooth Moisturizing Gel ($40), CTRL Cosmetics, ctrlcosmetics.com
Nina L. Steinberg’s CTRL Cosmetics line fuses gentle ingredients, skin care tech, and luxurious experiences. I love the Paradise Smooth Moisturizing Gel, which hydrates and gives me a subtle glow. —Abigail Duﬀy, web editor
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Shawn is a 4th generation art dealer that brings decades of experience to our Worth Avenue gallery. He takes pride in helping clients whether they are building their collection or divesting of pieces they no longer desire.
The gallery always has exquisite works for those with diverse and discerning tastes. Pieces include 19th & 20th century French and American Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Modernism and Contemporary works, always vetted for quality and condition.
Call or visit the gallery and allow
to help you
embodies Provident Fine Arts’ passion for exemplary
placing beautiful art into our customers lives.
Naples, FL 239.259.7777 By Appointment Only Palm Beach, FL 561.249.7929 125 Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL ProvidentFineArt.com Provident Fine Art purchases the following: • French Impressionism • Post Impressionism • Old Master • Barbizon • American Impressionism • Hudson River School • Modernism • Post-War • Abstract Expressionism • Contemporary SELL YOUR FINE ART “Place St. Michel” Edouard Cortes Signed lower left Size 18 1/2” x 21 1/2” (image) Oil on canvas Charles Courtney Curran “American Summer” (American 1861 - 1942) Signed CHAS. C. CURRAN and dated 1906 (lower left) Oil on canvas / Size 24” x 36 1/4”
Shawn David, Director of Provident Fine Art
Turn heads with heirloom-worthy pieces from ICONIC BRANDS
By Mary Murray
1. SITTING PRETTY Tiﬀany & Co. Jean Schlumberger Bird on a Rock brooch with a morganite and diamonds set in 18-karat gold and platinum, $200,000. Tiﬀany & Co. locations (tiﬀany.com)
2. SHINE BRIGHT Provident Jewelry necklace with Asscher cut diamonds on a pavé diamond chain set in platinum, price upon request. Provident Jewelry locations (providentjewelry.com)
3. BUTTERFLY EFFECT Van Cleef & Arpels Two Butter ﬂy earrings with turquoise and diamonds set in 18-karat gold, price upon request. Van Cleef & Arpels, Palm Beach (vancleefarpels.com)
4. PETAL PUSHERS Graﬀ Wild Flower collection ear rings with diamonds set in 18-karat white gold, $9,000. Graﬀ, Palm Beach (graﬀ.com)
5. RING MY BELL Hamilton Jewelers Private Reserve three-stone diamond ring set in platinum, price upon request. Hamilton Jewelers, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens (hamiltonjewelers.com)
6. TIME TRAVELER Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 36 watch with diamonds set in 18-karat gold and a polished alli gator leather strap, price upon request. Hamilton Jewelers, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens (hamiltonjewelers.com)
7. WEAR THE RAINBOW Yvel Kaleidoscope bracelet with natural gems and diamonds set in gold, price upon request. Yvel, Palm Beach, Boca Raton (yvel.com)
8. GOLD STANDARD Bulgari B.zero1 New Wave ring with demi-pavé diamonds set in 18-karat gold, $4,550. Bulgari, Saks Fifth Avenue, Boca Raton (bulgari.com)
9. KING OF THE JUNGLE David Webb Double Lion ban gle bracelet with coral and diamonds, rubies, and emer alds set in 18-karat gold, price upon request. Yafa Signed Jewels, Palm Beach (vintagesignedjewels.com)
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Retaking the helm of your life is about new horizons. Leave the exhaust in your wake. 2701 PGA Boulevard, Suite C Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
SCENTS of Place
Savor cherished memories and drift oﬀ to dream destinations with these evocative aromas: Houses & Parties by Rebecca Gardner “Smudged Faces & Kid Gloves” candle, recalling metropolitan wintertime merriment ($98, housesandparties.com); Literie “Buying Bags in Bal Harbour” leather-scent ed candle ($35, literiecandle.com); Louis Vuitton On the Beach EDP ($265, Louis Vuitton locations); Nest New York Sicilian Tangerine reed diﬀuser ($54, Nordstrom locations); Krigler Villa Bordighera 20 candle, recalling the lemon groves of Italy ($145, krigler.com); and C & The Moon Malibu Made vanilla-infused, beachy Glow Oil ($93, candthemoon.com). —Abigail Duﬀy
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In Panama’s Gulf of Chiriquí, Islas Secas takes the private island experience to new heights
By Paul Rubio
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Visits to Islas Secas begin on Isla Cavada, strewn with seven units (inset) and amenities like Terazza, which houses the island restau rant, bar, and museum (below).
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Clockwise from above: At Islas Secas, days include relaxing at the spa, imbibing at the bar, sunbathing around the inﬁnity pool, and lunching by the water.One&Only
Meet the Neighbors: IS PALENQUE
Those who aren’t quite ready to take on a private archipelago can still revel in the Gulf of Chiriquí’s mag niﬁcence. Say hello to Isla Palenque, a 400-acre private island retreat oﬀ Panama’s western mainland that’s a study in tropical, barefoot chic. With eight whimsical beachfront bungalows and a whopping seven beaches, total isolation is within reach on this band of oceanic jungle. Each bungalow is Instagramready, thanks to design-forward elements like front porch swings, oversized net hammocks, and open-air bathrooms with bathtubs in the sand. Each bungalow ﬂaunts direct beach access to a wide tract idyllic for ambles, shelling, stargazing, and more.
While Isla Palenque will entice those looking to per fect the art of doing nothing, it also promises plenty for the active and intrepid. Guided activities are oﬀered daily, ranging from nature hikes in search of howler monkeys, to visits to local villages and coﬀee farms, to cocktail-making classes. A favorite pastime here, however, is unapologetic exploration, so grab a map and traverse dense jungle until you reach deso late beaches that you can enjoy all to yourself.
Another standout of this property is its price point. With rates beginning at $780 per couple per night in low season, inclusive of meals and activities, Isla Palenque is one of the world’s most aﬀordable upscale private islands. (islapalenque.com)
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Clockwise from left: The cozy interiors of a casita; bring the outdoors in by rolling up the canvas walls of a tented suite; paella made-to-order during a beach barbecue.
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From left: A casita’s private plunge pool and daybed; sunset with the frigate birds.
Fisher Potter Hodas Is Building a Better Firm
Fisher Potter Hodas welcomes Lilian M. Timmermann to the ﬁrm.
Princeton University, 2008 Bachelor of Arts, Public and International Affairs
Princeton University, 2015 Master in Public Affairs, Public and International Affairs
Yale Law School, 2015 Juris Doctorate
U.S. Department of Justice, 2015-2018 Special Assistant United States Attorney, Eastern District of Virginia Attorney Advisor, National Security Division
U.S. District Court for the District of Hawai’i, 2018-2019 Law Clerk, Honorable Derrick K. Watson
Perkins Coie, 2019-2020 Associate, White Collar and Investigations
A Nod to NOLA
By Melissa Puppo
Clockwise from left: The Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans sits at the edge of the Missis sippi River and is steps away from the French Quarter; guest rooms feature a motif of Louisiana’s state ﬂower; the Chandelier Bar; buttermilk fried chicken at Miss River.
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Let the good times roll at the Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL NEW ORLEANS
South Florida’s Top Hospital for Safety
At Jupiter Medical Center, we are honored to be the only hospital in South Florida to earn the “Top Hospital” designation from The Leapfrog Group as well as a seventh consecutive Leapfrog ‘A’ grade for patient safety. When choosing your medical care, choose the hospital with the highest commitment to quality, safety and exceptional patient care.
Jupiter Medical Center. Our commitment to your safety is world-class.
WORLD-CLASS HEALTHCARE IS HERE. jupitermed.com
By Kristen Desmond LeFevre
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RESORT, Reimagined STAYCATIONS
RAISING THE BAR EAT YOUR HEART OUT HIT THE LINKS « COURTESY OF PGA NATIONAL RESORT
Clockwise from left: The focal point of the PGA National Resort’s lobby is its bar with a modern inter pretation of a banyan tree, illuminated by more than 1,500 LEDs; the resort entrance; a guest room; The Butcher’s Club dining room.
WHETHER YOU’RE READY TO HIT THE LINKS OR LOUNGE IN LUXURY (OR DO A BIT OF BOTH), PGA NATIONAL RESORT IN PALM BEACH GARDENS HAS YOU COVERED
J.P. MORGAN WEALTH MANAGEMENT IS PROUD TO CONGRATULATE Louise Armour for Receiving the Inaugural J.P. Morgan Chairman’s Award Louise Armour Managing Director Wealth Partner email@example.com 561.798.3205 The Armour Group J.P. Morgan Wealth Management 212.272.6604 3825 PGA Blvd., Floor 9, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 jpmorgan.com/armour J.P. Morgan Wealth Management is a business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., which o ers investment products and services through J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (JPMS), a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor, member FINRA and SIPC. Annuities are made available through Chase Insurance Agency, Inc. (CIA), a licensed insurance agency, doing business as Chase Insurance Agency Services, Inc. in Florida. Certain custody and other services are provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (JPMCB). JPMS, CIA and JPMCB are a liated companies under the common control of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Products not available in all states. © 2022 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved. INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE PRODUCTS: • NOT A DEPOSIT • NOT FDIC INSURED •NOT INSURED BY ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY • NO BANK GUARANTEE • MAY LOSE VALUE
Scott Harper, the hat artist behind House of Clyde, is a resident of downtown West Palm Beach, but part of his heart will always reside in Antigua, Guatemala, where his father was born and Harper lived for 10 years of his childhood. On his visits, Harper stays in his family’s home. “The house is located on a hill in an old macadamia plantation and has a rooftop view of three volcanoes,” he shares. In Antigua, organic produce is abundant; lively markets brim with handmade textiles, coﬀee, and chocolate; hotels and restaurants are housed in 500-year-old convents; and visitors are “bombarded with color at every turn.” He may be biased, but Harper considers Antigua “the most beautiful city in Central America.” —Skye Sherman
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VIBE FASHION ESSENTIALS FOR DAY
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LOCAL DISH TO DREAM ABOUT AN ALFRESCO ACTIVITY A NEARBY EXCURSION COURTESY OF PANZA VERDE COURTESY OF HOTEL CASA SANTO DOMINGO COURTESY OF EK CHUAH
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Bentley’s new Continental GT Speed is a -mph LOVE POEM to its mighty -cylinder engine
By Howard Walker
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THE CENTENARIAN STYLE ICON SHOWS NO SIGNS OF SLOWING DOWN AS SHE REFLECTS ON HER COLORFUL LIFE
By Paige Bowers
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A glimpse through the eyes of an icon: Iris Apfel shares select stylish moments and memories with PBI, including from her honeymoon with Carl, trips abroad, and social occasions.
COURTESY OF IRIS
FROM IRIS APFEL: ACCIDENTAL ICON BY IRIS APFEL; PHOTOGRAPH OF IRIS APFEL BY BRUCE WEBER. PUBLISHED BY HARPER DESIGN, AN IMPRINT OF HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS; © 2018 BY IRIS APFEL. RIGHT: FROM IRIS APFEL: ACCIDENTAL ICON BY IRIS APFEL; PHOTOGRAPH OF IRIS APFEL BY ROGER DAVIES. PUBLISHED BY HARPER DESIGN, AN IMPRINT OF HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS; © 2018 BY IRIS APFEL.
she is hard to miss because she is so unapolo getically herself. Whether she’s popping up in an ad for her Zenni line, posing for the cover of a magazine, or inspiring her very own Barbie, Iris Apfel is every bit as brilliant, dear, and busy as she ever was.
And she’s got a lot more up her colorful sleeves.
“[Iris is] living proof that you can be beauti ful, stylish, and wear high fashion at any age,” say Tommy and Dee Hilﬁger, who met Iris at a White House Christmas party. “We became close friends, and she has been an inspiration to both of us. She’s a model, a spokesperson, a designer, and she has a very sharp business acumen as well as a creative imagination. She is full of great stories and has a unique perspec tive on life. We really adore her.”
Born Iris Barrel on August 29, 1921, she grew up exploring Manhattan on her own. Antiques shops were an early passion of hers, as were the fabrics she used to play with in her grand mother’s home. Her mother inﬂuenced her life greatly, in part because she was a business woman with a great sense of personal style.
“She gave up 10 years of her life to raise me, then went back to work and I was very upset about it,” she says. “Being a child, I didn’t re alize that it was the Depression and certain things had to be done.”
It ultimately became one of the reasons she decided not to have children. “I knew I wanted a career, and I didn’t want to be held back,” she says. “I also didn’t want my child to be raised by a nanny. Because the thing is, you can’t have it all. You have to make decisions.”
As a young woman, Apfel began forging her own path and sense of chic. That and her mox ie are likely what enabled her to meet Duke Ellington backstage while she was an art his tory student.
After college, she became a “copy girl” for Women’s Wear Daily, running copy between editors for $15 a week. “It kept me in good shape. I didn’t even have to go to the gym,” she says. “I couldn’t afford it anyway.”
She’d already developed her ﬂair for assem bling looks that were vibrant, textural, and, most importantly, original. She threw herself into work, and soon took herself on a trip to Lake George. It was the ﬁrst vacation she could pay for by herself, but it would prove to be mo mentous for an entirely different reason: She met Carl Apfel, who would become the love of her life.
“Well, he was busy with someone else, and I was too, so we never got together up there,” Apfel says. “But a month later in New York, I was having lunch with an old beau of mine who was working for Neiman Marcus buying
haute couture. He was fond of my mother, so we went to lunch at The Plaza Hotel with her. After lunch, he wanted to walk me back to my job, but as we passed Bonwit Teller, he and my mother stopped to critique the windows. It was getting late and I had to go, so I left.”
Later that night, she came home to a phone that was ringing off the hook.
“It was Mr. Apfel,” she says of her late hus band, who died in 2015 at age 100. “And he told me he loved the hat I was wearing today, and that I had on a smashing suit. He had been on a bus that broke down in front of Bonwit Teller, and as he was waiting there for someone to come and ﬁx it, he was looking at me.”
They made a date for Columbus Day. On Thanksgiving, Carl proposed. On Christmas, he gave her a ring. The following February, in 1948, they married and headed to their hon eymoon in Palm Beach. “I got off the train in
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I have had some wonderful years.”
A photograph of Carl and Iris Apfel by Bruce Weber (inset) and a photograph of Iris Apfel by Roger Davies (right), both from Iris Apfel: Accidental Icon
—TOMMY AND DEE HILFIGER
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[Iris is] living proof that you can be beautiful, stylish, and wear high fashion at any age. We became close friends, and she has been an inspiration to both of us.”
FROM IRIS APFEL: ACCIDENTAL ICON BY IRIS APFEL; PHOTOGRAPH OF IRIS APFEL BY KEITH MAJOR. PUBLISHED BY HARPER DESIGN, AN IMPRINT OF HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS; © 2018 BY IRIS APFEL.
Left: A photograph of Iris Apfel by Keith Major from Iris Apfel: Accidental Icon Opposite page: The Iris x Zenni Collection fea tures Apfel’s top 100 Zenni eyeglass frames in celebration of her 100th birthday.
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Nothing says spring like posh petals and ﬂoral-inspired fashion
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Shot by Palm Beach Illustrated on location at Earl E.T. Smith Park, Palm Beach
“Flower Flash” florals by Lewis Miller Design in support of the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach
Oscar de la Renta caftan; Jimmy Choo boots; Carolina Herrera earrings.
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Valentino dress; Carolina Herrera earrings.
Opposite page: Chanel dress, cape; Roger Vivier boots.
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Valentino top, pajama shirt, shorts; Carolina Herrera earrings.
Opposite page: Alexander McQueen dress, belt, boots
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The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach commis sioned Lewis Miller Design to create a “Flower Flash” in Earl E.T. Smith Park to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the Preservation Foundation’s Dinner Dance. Design impre sario Lewis Miller will reimagine the Dinner Dance, slated for March 4, in honor of this noteworthy mile stone. All proceeds from the Dinner Dance support the Preservation Foun dation’s eﬀorts to protect and celebrate the architectural and cultural heritage and unique scenic quality of the Town of Palm Beach. Through advocacy initiatives, educational pro grams, architectural resources, and cul tural events, the Pres ervation Foundation’s goal is to encourage the community to learn about and save the historic sites that make Palm Beach special. (palmbeach preservation.org)
Zimmermann dress; Jimmy Choo boots.
Opposite page: Dolce & Gabbana jacket, pants
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Model: Nicole Pollard, w360 Model Management, New York
Hair and makeup: Bri Soﬀa
Digital tech: Ernesto Sempoll
Fashion intern: Margaret Lindsay
PBI would like to extend a special thanks to Lewis Miller and the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach.
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SOUTH FLORIDA HAS ALWAYS ATTRACTED SERIOUS STAR POWER, BUT THERE’S A NEW UP-AND-COMING SET THAT’S BRIMMING WITH TALENT, AMBITION, AND THE VERVE OF YOUTH. BEHOLD THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENERGETIC LOCAL TRAILBLAZERS MAKING PALM BEACH COUNTY THE PLACE TO FLOURISH.
By SKYE SHERMAN
The Tennis Phenom: COCO GAUFF
Boynton Beach–based Cori “Coco” Gauﬀ, 18, has athletics in her blood: Her father played basketball at Georgia State University and her mother ran track and ﬁeld at Florida State University. However, Gauﬀ ’s loyalties have been tied to tennis since she was just 6 years old. Over the past decade, Gauﬀ—who plays professional tennis on the Women’s Tennis Association Tour—has carved a decorated career in the sport, excelling to become the youngest player ranked in the top 100 by the Women’s Tennis Association. At age 15, she beat out Venus Williams (one of Gauﬀ ’s personal inspirations) in the opening match of Wimbledon 2019. At age 17, she was selected to compete in the 2020 Olympics, but devastatingly, a positive COVID-19 test ﬁve days before Tokyo’s opening ceremonies forced her to withdraw. PBI caught up with Gauﬀ for insight on what’s up—and what’s next.
5 QUESTIONS WITH COCO
When did you fall in love with tennis?
I fell in love with tennis when I ﬁrst picked up a racket.
What keeps you passionate about the sport?
I love competing, winning, and trying to be the best version of myself each day. I want to inspire others to dream big in whatever they may be doing. No dream is too big.
How has living in South Florida impacted your tennis career?
I moved from Atlanta to Delray when I was 7 years old since there were more training opportunities in Florida. My parents are both from Delray, so my family has a big support system here. Without that support, I don’t think it would have been as easy for me to pursue tennis professionally.
How are you preparing for the 2024 Olympics?
I just want to stay consistent and continue to get better. I can’t wait to hopefully represent team USA in Paris 2024 and play for a chance to bring home a medal for my country.
What’s something about you that not many people know?
I love anime!
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The Real Estate Investor: SPENCER SCHLAGER
Palm Beach resident Spencer Schlager, 29, is the freshest face in island real estate investment and brokerage. Forming CS Ventures just before the pandemic, his joint venture acquired and now operates more than 100,000 square feet of apartments, retail, and commercial oﬃce space across multiple properties in Palm Beach. As of the end of 2021, Schlager had also individually closed nearly $200 million in residential sales—75 percent of which were not even on the market. Hailing from Boston, Schlager is the fourth generation of his family to be involved in real estate and is especially interested in the design side of things. “I’ve always been passionate about architecture and will continue to look for opportunities where value can be enhanced with creativity and a well-executed design,” he says. “Palm Beach is a high-dollar-volume sales market in which only a handful of players have control. Historical ly it has been challenging to break in, but COVID has led to opportuni ties for a younger generation to participate.”
The YouTubers: JESS AND GABRIEL CONTE
Like many modern love stories, Jess and Gabriel Conte’s started with a DM. In early 2016, Jess visited Los Angeles—it was the native Australian’s ﬁrst trip to America. She had noticed Gabriel posting Bible verses on Instagram, so she messaged him to ask what church he went to. Originally from Pompano Beach, he was living in LA after leaving Florida State University to pursue his social media career. They met up, hit it oﬀ, and committed to a long-distance relationship. But they soon felt called to get engaged and married—all within the same year. “We started ﬁlming videos together on our own channels, but right before we got engaged, we started our channel together,” Gabriel says. With an openness that remains the deﬁning feature of their channel today, they vlogged their whirlwind relationship—their instant connection, swift marriage, and Jess’ move halfway around the world—on YouTube. Fast-forward ﬁve years and the duo, now 25 and 27, have more than 3 million subscribers and 414 million views on their shared channel (to say nothing of their millions of Instagram followers). “We’re really open about our faith and I feel like that’s a huge reason we have this loyal audience,” Jess says. “We all feel connected.” Through their sizable platform, they’ve dabbled in music and launched their own clothing line. And in the summer of 2020, they moved halfway around the world again—this time from Los Angeles to a house they built in Boca Raton to be near family. They’ll continue documenting their lives on YouTube, but going forward, Jess plans to focus on her music and Gabriel will pursue acting.
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The Healer: FLOSE LAPIERRE
Haiti-born Palm Beach Gardens writer Flose LaPierre, 29, has seen her words printed in publications from American Way to the South Florida Poetry Journal, but she knew her penchant for writing was never meant to be kept to herself. That’s why she founded Write to Heal, a workshop that uses writing and selfhealing tools to help people process stress and trauma. On top of serving as operations manager at Surefoot, a West Palm Beach–based digital agency, LaPierre is committed to exploring all the power a pen can yield and helping others do so, too. She oﬀers her heartfelt workshops in a variety of settings, from workplace meetings to children’s camps, private Zoom sessions, and even the local library. Next, LaPierre intends to help women who experienced child hood sexual trauma heal through self-empowering writing workshops. And, pending funding, she hopes to host “vacation-style wellness retreats that teach tai chi, sleep etiquette, expressive writing, and eating to heal the mind-body.”
The Juicer: CAMILO CELIS
Camilo Celis, 30, co-founded Celis Produce, the beloved local chain of juice bar-cafés, with his brothers and manages The Royal Poinciana Plaza location. Born and raised in West Palm Beach, Celis and his brothers were the ﬁrst gen eration in their family to be born in the United States; their parents emigrated from Colombia in the early 1980s. “My brothers and I started Celis after grow ing up in our father’s wholesale produce business,” Celis says. “We decided to take a chance and open our own business with our own vision. We had a lot of experience in wholesale produce, but we wanted to take a more retail-oriented route where we could see and greet our customers.” Up next? More locations.
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The Renaissance Man: TYLER CAMERON
You may have seen born-and-raised Jupiter local Tyler Cameron, 29, on your television—he rose to national fame on season 15 of The Bachelorette, in which he was a runner-up. And then there was his stint on Fox’s The Real Dirty Dancing this past February. Or perhaps you hired him to build your house. Locally, he’s a general contractor who recently started his own construction company, but he splits his time between Florida and New York and is also a TV personality, actor, and model signed to Soul Artist Management in New York City. Cameron has also written a book, played football at Wake Forest University and Florida Atlantic University (where he received his MBA), and launched two 3Na tives restaurants in the area. Pursuing his passion for building and home renovation, he also hosted the show Barkitecture, in which he worked with interior designer Delia Kenza to build luxury dog homes for celebrities’ four-legged companions. His goals for the immediate future? “Get back on TV, continue to build houses, cre ate more scholarships, and ﬁnd ways to impact Jupiter and Palm Beach County in a positive way.” Cameron is a co-founder of The Andrea C. Cameron Foundation, a charity established in memory of his late mother that provides scholarships to ﬁrst-generation students.
The Gallerist: DEVON MCCREADY
From a young age, Palm Beacher Devon McCready, 28, was passionate about the arts. “I was interested in painting and drawing throughout high school, but abandoned my hobby when I got to Boston College in exchange for my love of numbers,” she says. She declared a mathematics major, until a contemporary art history class reinvigorated her ﬁrst love. She graduated with a degree in art history, then headed to Christie’s Auction House for a master’s in modern and contemporary art. After working as gallery director for Samuel Owen Gallery Nantucket, McCready took a leap of faith and opened her own location. For the past three years, she has been owner and director of Samuel Owen Gallery Palm Beach, specializing in pop contemporary art. “The gallery will continue to launch the careers of emerging artists, engage collectors, and be a staple gallery in Palm Beach’s art boom,” McCready says. She aims to advise a new generation of collectors and “curate a space that makes art fun for everyone.”
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The Community Builder: RICK FRISBIE
Few people juggle two jobs quite so deftly as Rick Frisbie. The 27-yearold West Palm Beach resident works for his family’s real estate invest ment ﬁrm, Frisbie Group, and as a sales associate at the Corcoran Group, where he works with Suzanne Frisbie, his aunt and mentor, on everything from ultra-luxury residential properties to commercial leas ing. “I wear many hats, but my typical days include working with clients, project management, or identifying and underwriting future investment opportunities,” he says. Frisbie studied real estate, urban design, and entrepreneurial business through the University of Virginia’s commerce, architecture, and engineering schools and spent his college summers interning in the real estate sector in Manhattan and South Florida. “My dream is to continue to have the opportunity to devote my time and energy toward creating beautiful and supportive communities in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach. I’m hopeful that I can continue to grow my dual careers alongside my family and friends and give back to the communities that have given so much to me.”
The Model: LAUREN LAYNE MERCK
Fashion model Lauren Layne Merck, 28, has walked runways for Ralph Lauren, Inti missimi, and L'Oréal, graced the catalogs of brands from Victoria’s Secret to Guess, and appeared on the cover of Italian Elle and Vanity Fair, Vogue Japan, and Harper’s Bazaar India, but her list of successes doesn’t end at her modeling career. Her years of experience in the industry inspired her to design and launch her own line, Lau ren Layne Swim, in 2018 and she has since grown the brand from her home base in Palm Beach. Her most recent launch was a resort line with ready-to-wear linen. Merck is a natural talent who was discovered at age 9 in a way that most aspiring models only dream of: “My family and I were at an amusement park when a scout came up and asked if I would ever be interested in modeling,” she shares. “After some research and meeting with a few agents, my parents and I decided we would give it a try.” She signed with Exposure Inc. out of Kansas City, Missouri, who then introduced her to her New York agency at age 15.
“From then on, I was in New York for every fashion week season until I ﬁnally moved to the city after graduating high school in 2012,” she says. “It has been such a wonderful and crazy experience.”
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The Folk Family: MICHAEL, THOMAS, AND JOSHUA LUBBEN
A shared passion for music and storytelling isn’t the only thing uniting the members of West Palm Beach band The Lubben Brothers—Michael, Thomas, and Joshua Lubben, 27, are also triplets. Their original acoustic folk songs are inspired by the sounds of their immigrant heritage and Midwestern roots. Also musical theater playwrights, the brothers are preparing for the local premiere of their musical, Prodigals. “Every folk singer dreams of playing Newport or the Opry, and every playwright dreams of Broadway, but we’re excited to be closer than ever to these ‘far-oﬀ ’ dreams,” says Joshua. Music from their two albums has aired on radio stations across the country, including exclusive interviews on NPR and Legends Radio, and their recording of “Holly Jolly Christmas” was featured in the 2021 Netﬂix Christmas movie Love Hard. “We write and perform for the sake of every person who listens,” says Joshua. “Once, a gentleman came up to us after a concert with tears running down his face and said, ‘You have no idea how much hope you give people.’ As long as that continues, we’ll be writing, performing, telling stories, and unraveling the thread of hope that makes life worth living.”
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The Designer: CHARLOTTE MUNDER
Raised in Palm Beach, Charlotte Munder, 29, grew up im mersed in design as her parents worked on a number of renovation and building projects. Inspired, she headed to the University of Michigan to earn a bachelor’s degree in art history and communications, then to New York City to work in the fashion industry and pursue a graduate degree in interior design and architecture from Parsons School of Design. She also spent time working for the esteemed interior design ﬁrms Pembrooke & Ives and David Scott Interiors before returning to settle in West Palm Beach, where she opened an eponymous multidisciplinary interiors and design studio. The interior designer’s next big project is the historic renovation of a colonial home in El Cid.
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The Artist: BEN LEONE
Ben Leone, 29, was born and raised in Palm Beach. He spent much of his childhood around large construction projects during the decades-long, property-wide renovations and restorations of The Breakers, where his father is the longtime CEO. But the experience led him not to hospitality nor construction—but to art. “My father would take me out on construction sites almost every day after school; I spent hours upon hours checking out every detail,” Leone shares. “Early on, I developed a deep appreciation for the physical nature involved with the process of design and fabrication, the synthesis of art and construction.” Leone received his bachelor’s degree in studio art, then spent ﬁve years under the tutelage of renowned artist Nathan Slate Joseph. He has since been developing his own body of work, focused on bridging the gap between art and architecture. His ﬁrst large-scale public art installation—a ﬁve-story sculpture on two building elevations of the upcoming 345 Banyan residential highrise—will be unveiled in West Palm Beach by the end of 2022. “I love and cherish the act of constructing itself and embrace my urge to take standard practices and materials and give them new meaning,” he says.
The Stylist: HOLLAND PATERNO
Most of her followers on Instagram and TikTok know Tequesta-based Holland Paterno, 27, as a stylist and social media inﬂuencer specializing in attainable style and aﬀordable everyday fashion ﬁnds. For more than a decade, Paterno has honed her skills, oﬀering tasteful wardrobe styling and personal shopping services. While her weekly “Amazon Must-Have Mondays” series is popular on Instagram Stories, she also spends time oﬀ-screen curating wardrobe capsule collections for discerning clientele around the country.
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The Silk Siren: OLIVIA MEYER
A fourth-generation Palm Beacher, Olivia Meyer, 28, has collaborated with local artists in cities around the world in creating Banniere, her own brand of silk scarves that are printed and hand-rolled in England. The artistic process begins when Meyer secures a new artist for a location, usually by word of mouth, and brainstorms with them to conceptualize a design. Inspired by her travels and the rich cultures she discovers along the way, Meyer has created scarves themed around locations from Aspen to South Africa. She sees the silk scarf as wearable art, a versatile accessory with a story. Passionate about reintroducing the classic silk scarf to a new generation, Meyer has partnered with hotels and boutiques around the world and hopes to expand her line into more custom silk work for clients, hotels, and private clubs.
The Doctor on Call: SA’RAH MCNEELY
Sa’Rah McNeely, 30, is a medical student training in pediatrics at Florida Atlantic University Schmidt College of Medicine. Together with her husband, Emmanuel McNeely (who will complete his stud ies to become an orthopedic surgeon next year), Sa’Rah founded a pipeline program called the Dr. McNeely Dream (Dr. M.D.) Project, which seeks to increase the number of underrepresented minori ties successfully entering the ﬁeld of medicine. The Dr. M.D. Project oﬀers workshops and a workbook that the pair co-authored; on top of study tips and mentoring, the curriculum contains the McNeelys’ own inspiring stories of overcoming challenges in their medical-ﬁeld pursuits. Since its establishment, the Dr. M.D. Project has reached more than 2,500 students at schools and summer programs. In ad dition to her outreach initiatives, Sa’Rah conducts clinical research in pediatric sickle cell disease through a grant from the American Society of Hematology; she is also a National Health Service Corps Scholar, through which she has the opportunity to provide health care to underserved communities.
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Palm Beach Gardens singersongwriter Allegra Miles may be only 19, but her potential became crystal-clear when she scored a spot as a semi-ﬁnalist on NBC’s The Voice in 2020, ﬁnishing in the top nine of the popular televised singing competition. A regular on the West Palm Beach music scene, her immediately recognizable pipes are fervent and warm, and she writes original music drawing inspiration from soul, alternative, R&B, and singer-songwriter styles. She’s back on the national stage now, appearing in season 20 of American Idol, which premiered last month. “I never thought I would do another show,” she admits. “That was never a plan for me because my focus has always been my writing and my original music. But then I learned that on American Idol, you can do original songs, which is super cool. I’ll be showing a very diﬀerent side of me, a more authentic representation of me.” Time will tell how far Miles makes it in the competition—she can’t reveal much as of press time—but up next, she promises an EP of original music and a tour kicking oﬀ this summer. NICK MELE
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The Kid Band: AMELIA, ASHER, ROBBY, AND ARIA WELLS
Each a talented musician in their own right, the four Wells siblings are singers and song writers who play multiple instruments. Their pop band, Hope Lane, was founded in 2018 when Amelia, the youngest, was just 6. Now aged 9, 11, 12, and 14, Amelia, Asher, Robby, and Aria have kicked oﬀ several Major League Baseball games with their origi nal acapella arrangement of the national anthem and have even been scouted by America’s Got Talent. During the pandemic, they wrote a 21-song collection that forms the basis of their chill, danceable, country-tinged sound. Though the siblings’ talent is inborn, their music career hasn’t been handed to them—they spent a year walking dogs, wash ing cars, and selling lemonade and mangoes roadside to fund the release of their debut song. For now, Hope Lane remains an independent, self-managed band that writes, records, publishes, and distributes original music and videos. With their father, Robert, serving as producer and their mother, Kara, as manager, it’s a true family aﬀair. NICK MELE
The Champion: ELIZABETH MONTAVON
At age 28, third-generation professional water-skier Elizabeth Montavon of Lake Worth Beach has already received a full-ride scholarship to the University of Alabama, been crowned champion of the Miami stop on the Waterski Pro Tour, earned the title of national water-skiing champion (nine times!), and ranked No. 9 in the world. But she’s just getting started. Her future goals? “To break the open women’s slalom world record and win the Triple Crown: the U.S. Masters, the World Championships, and the Moomba Masters.”
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The Brand Maker: MICHAEL GREGSON REINERT
Michael Gregson Reinert, 30, can trace his ﬁnesse in the high-fashion, hospitality, and luxe design industries to his charming Carolina roots. His company, Reinert & Partners, oﬀers brand management, social media, creative direction, and trend forecasting to
Hotel. He’s also plugged into the community in roles beyond his career, serving as an ambassador
tee member for the Palm Beach American Heart Association, and a junior chair for the Old Bags Luncheon.
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clients like The Royal Poinciana Plaza and The Colony
for the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, a junior commit-
The Curators: NICK HISSOM AND KAMERON RAMIREZ
Nick Hissom, 29, and Kameron Ramirez, 22, began their partnership as friends with a shared eye for talent and interest in art—who both happened to be leaving their careers (Ramirez in ﬁlm production, Hissom in music) at the same time. When a friend of Ramirez’s, Kevin Hees, emerged from a three-year battle with cancer and began painting pieces that caught Ramirez’s eye, he brought them to Hissom and proposed working together to manage Hees’ career. Hissom agreed and together they founded Aktion Art. They soon signed other emerging contemporary artists including ThankYouX and Connor Addison. Three years later, the duo began working with Hissom’s stepfather, real estate magnate and art collector Steve Wynn, to curate shows featuring renowned artists like Damien Hirst, Nick Hornby, Picasso, and Matisse—to name just a few. “Because I grew up with a substantial collection, living amongst the greatest artists out there, I see the level of quality and talent these people have become famous around the world for,” shares Hissom. “If you can see an inkling of that in an emerging artist, there’s probably something there.” When the pandemic hit, Hissom and Ramirez moved to Palm Beach and began focusing on art full-time, opening Aktion Art and Wynn Fine Art galleries on Worth Avenue.
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The Visualist: CAROLINE BRAMLETT
Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Caroline Bramlett, 26, has long nurtured a love of style. During her freshman year of college, Bramlett launched LCB Style as a creative outlet; since 2015, she has grown her blog to include fashion, travel, and beauty stories for an audience of more than 35,000. When she moved to Palm Beach in 2019, Bramlett also added photography to her roster, and her visual storytelling services—she shoots campaigns, lookbooks, interiors, polo, and social media content for major brands and destinations—are now her main focus. In the future, Bramlett plans to expand her portfolio by continuing to shoot for fashion brands and resorts around the world and at home.
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The Promise Keeper: KIANA RIVERA
Palm Beach Gardens resident Kiana Rivera, 26, works as the community engagement and development manager at Family Promise North Central Palm Beach County, a nonproﬁt dedicated to helping families experiencing homelessness by empowering them to regain self-suﬃciency. Rivera handles community engagement initiatives, and volunteer programming, as well as marketing, communications, public relations, special events, and fundraising initiatives. Service-hearted to her core, Rivera spends her free time volunteering for various local organizations, plus serving as an ambassador for the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce and social media coordinator for the chamber’s Young Professionals group.
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The Connector: SAÏDA FLOREXIL
West Palm Beach resident Saïda Florexil was born hard of hearing and became profoundly deaf by age 16. After receiving her MBA from Lynn University, Florexil, now 25, founded a company called Imanyco to advocate for communication accessibility for the hard-of-hearing community. One of the company’s main projects is Comunify, a ﬁrst-of-its-kind app that makes it easier for deaf and hard-of-hearing people to identify who is saying what during in-person group conversations by separately transcribing and color-coding each speaker’s words in real time. Florexil has received support from organizations such as 1909, FAU Tech Runway, and even Google, and her work has been recognized by entities ranging from na tional news outlets to the Global Entrepreneurship Network to the U.S. Depart ment of State. But the entrepreneur and patented innovator isn’t done yet: “My goal is to continue improving the technology we are working on at Imanyco and to make South Florida more deaf-friendly by training, educating, and collaborat ing with local organizations, leaders, and innovators.”
The Chef: GABRIELLE CONIGLIO
Private chef Gabrielle Coniglio, 30, began her cooking career as a lunch lady at an all-boys Catholic school in New Orleans after she graduated from Loyola University New Orleans. “I’m not sure if it was my ladling skills or the way my hairnet rested upon my head, but my lines during the lunch rush were always the longest,” jokes the Palm Beach native. Soon after, she landed a job under chef Tory McPhail at Commander’s Palace. She continued honing her culinary skills in positions at Jean-Georges’ Perry St in New York, her own family’s vegan eatery, and then in Los Ange les, where she was a private chef for A-list movie and music industry celebs. In 2019, she returned home and launched Overboard Palm Beach, through which she oﬀers elegant grazing boards and private chef services. “I look forward to growing my brand in my hometown and ultimately opening a storefront with ready-to-eat meals sourced from local, sustainable ingredients,” Coniglio shares.
The Innovator: PARIS PRINCE
A recent graduate of FAU High School, Paris Prince, 18, is now a student at Florida Atlantic University majoring in neuroscience. The West Palm Beach resident founded SPods, a company that focuses on developing innovations within global health and, more speciﬁcally, creating products for hand hygiene. After consulting with health organizations such as UNICEF and Doctors Without Borders to gather real-time information, Prince redesigned her SPods to provide a handwashing solution for those without an external water supply. Prince has received grants from the National Science Foundation I-Corps, won several competitions including the Florida League of Cities’ MuniMod, and been selected for many prestigious programs, such as FAU’s startup incubator, Tech Runway. Her aim to license her patent-pending product for global commercialization is supported by numerous grants.
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The Cool Customizers: KENDALL AND LIBBY GLAZER
Now a popular line of customizable goods, Stoney Clover Lane was born in 2009 on the bedroom ﬂoor of Palm Beach teenagers Kendall and Libby Glazer. Now aged 30 and 28, respectively, the sisters have evolved Stoney Clover Lane from beaded bracelets to a full-blown travel and lifestyle accessories brand with a large digital presence and brick-and-mortar locations in Palm Beach, Manhattan, East Hampton, New Orleans, Newport Beach, and Nashville. The Glazer sisters, who split their time between New York City and Palm Beach, have also inked Stoney Clover Lane collabs with brands like Disney, American Girl, Barbie, and more.
The Serial Entrepreneur: AARON NOSBISCH
Since starting his ﬁrst company at age 13, Aaron Nosbisch has lived and breathed entrepreneurship. Originally from southern Illinois, he toured in a hardcore band dur ing his teen years, then ended up at Palm Beach Atlantic University (where he studied marketing) and Harvard Extension School (where he studied computer science) before pivoting to focus on his true passion: busi ness. As he founded and scaled companies in various wellness verticals, Nosbisch, now 28, longed for a space to connect with other entrepreneurs and creative types in downtown West Palm Beach, where he resides. So, in 2018, he co-founded 1909, a community-driven coworking space. Today 1909 is 225 members strong and has intro duced an accelerator program and other resources for startups, freelancers, and creators. Nosbisch continues to serve on the 1909 board, but his main focus now is as founder and CEO of Lucyd, the world’s largest CBD and cannabis social advertising agency.
The Flower Merchant: CECELIA FEATHERS
By day, Boca Raton resident Cecelia Feathers, 29, is marketing manager at Nestlé; throughout her 10-year career in the consumer packaged goods industry, she has led local strategy for global brands like Red Bull, Nescafé, and Nesquik. But outside her 9-to-5, she’s in full-on creative mode as the founder and owner of Birdie Floral Trucks. Chances are, you’ve seen her vintage trucks bursting with hand-tied bouquets and dried ﬂorals at The Square and local markets.
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If you’ve ever watched Nickelodeon or read an Insider article, you know Reed Alexander. The 27-year-old played Nevel on the hit TV show iCarly from 2007 to 2012, a role he reprised for the Paramount+ 2021 series revival. But these days, the Delray Beach resident is making a new name for himself as a journalist—teaching J-school classes at the University of Miami and reporting on ﬁnance for Insider. Alexander’s coverage focuses on invest ment banks, Wall Street culture, and what life is like for young people starting out in the industry—but he’s also been known to cover other topics such as mental health and education.
The Bead Poet: LOGAN POOS
Logan Poos, 27, spent her high school years soaking up the salt and sun of Jupiter, but a month-long visit to the north shore of Hawaii in 2017 redirected the trajec tory of her life. “I was absolutely in love with these gold sea glass bangles I saw everywhere,” she shares. “I told myself I was going to make them and went home and taught myself how to solder.” Her jewelry line, Logan Tay (then called Lo Tide Jewelry), was born. From the time she graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 2018 until the pandemic hit, she kept a full-time job and ran Logan Tay on the side. But when Poos was forced to pivot from trunk shows to online sales, she reas sessed her priorities and took the leap. “When I took Logan Tay full-time, what started as a hobby rapidly expanded into much more than that; sales grew exponen tially month after month,” she recalls. “I made every piece by hand out of my one-bedroom apartment, which worked in the beginning, but I started to question if it was sustainable when I started storing beads in my silverware drawer.” Last September, she expanded into a showroom in Palm Beach, where she resides. “To me, the most important part of my business is showing other young entrepreneurs that anything is possible when you put passion into your work.” «
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A PLATINUM Salute
Celebrate PBI’s seventieth birthday with special tribute products, packages, bites, and drinks from local businesses
RAISE A G SS
When marking a mile stone, Champagne is a must. Ervin Machado and the team at Elisabetta’s in West Palm Beach crafted the Platinum Spritz, a blend of Veuve Clicquot, Galliano liqueur, and a house-made pomegranate syrup. Savor a glass ($40) at the West Palm location throughout March. (elisabettas.com)
Jewelry designer Kaela Genovese of La Enovesé Designs made this necklace ($875) with charms that pay homage to the PBI brand and lifestyle. The airplane, for example, represents the jet-setter life, while the bicycle is a reference to days spent exploring the island’s bike trail. (laenovesedesigns.com)
The orange blossoms that scent the air in Palm Beach inspired Idalia Baudo to design the Blossom headband ($198) in honor of PBI’s platinum anniversary. The delicate accessory, which can be worn as a headband or tiara, is encrusted with handset crystals on a thin, platinum-tone band. (idaliaco.com)
FACE OFF Get ready for a wonder ful night out with the Palm Beach Platinum Collection by Deborah Koepper Beauty, avail able at Koepper’s beauty studio on the island. The collection includes the Rising Star liquid eye shadow ($35), Intergalactic eye shadow pot ($25), Palm Beach Platinum Trio eye shadow palette ($50), and gel eye liner in Mystic ($30). (deborahkoepper.com)
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HOW SWEET IT IS
Anna Ross of Anna Bakes composed the Palm Beach Box, a festive mélange of Floridian ﬂavors, featuring orange passion fruit bundts, Funfetti macarons, and key lime meringue bars. The box will debut for pickup March 8 and come in full size ($40) or half size ($22). The full size will be available for preorder for the remainder of the month. (annabakesﬂ.com)
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Start your day the Palm Beach way with breakfast à la PBI During March, Almond restaurant on Royal Poinciana Way is of fering a lobster omelet ﬁnished with truﬄe, chives, and crème fraîche ($34). (almond restaurant.com)
LET THEM EAT CAKE
While she specializes in marshmallows, Milka Gordillo of Sweets by Milka wanted to create something totally unique for PBI’s seventieth an niversary. So, she decked out a black bean choco late cake with our logo and edible gold, because nothing says Palm Beach quite like gold. Custom ize your own cake with a personalized message and more ($18-$22). (sweetsbymilka.com)
IN THE BAG
Palm Beach and couture go together like caviar and blinis. Complete with a PBI seventieth anniversary charm, this one-ofa-kind Cecy Grace handbag was handcrafted in the U.S. and features a platinum glazed pirarucu ﬁsh skin exterior and a lambskin interior ($4,950). The limitededition piece is available at Cecy on Worth Avenue. (cecy.com)
LET IT GLOW
Indulge in the Palm Beach Platinum Rejuvenation Pack age ($1,850) at Lickstein Plastic Surgery Medical Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, available at this special price to PBI readers this month only. It includes a rejuvenation consultation, Halo hybrid fractional laser treatment, and post-Halo HydraFacial. Head home with a suite of Alas tin skin care products. (licksteinplasticsurgery.com)
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By Mark Spivak
Above: With the Crumbl app, users can learn the weekly cookie ﬂavors and place orders. Far left: The Pura Vida app awards loyalty points that can be exchanged for certain food and drink items.
WHEN SCROLLING THROUGH YOUR FOOD DELIVERY APP OF CHOICE YOU MIGHT NOTICE SOMETHING EERIE OR, AT LEAST, PECULIAR: SOME OF THESE RESTAURANTS AREN’T RESTAURANTS AT ALL. GHOST KITCHENS ARE DELIVERY OR TAKEOUT ONLY FOOD CONCEPTS THAT TYPICALLY OPERATE OUT OF A COMMERCIAL KITCHEN WITHOUT ANY KIND OF DINING AREA. AS THE DEMAND FOR DELIVERY SKY ROCKETED DURING THE PANDEMIC, SO TOO DID THE PREVALENCE OF GHOST OR CLOUD, VIRTUAL, OR SATELLITE KITCHENS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. ONE SUCH EXAMPLE IS GUY FIERI’S FLAVORTOWN KITCHEN , WHICH SLINGS GUILTY PLEASURE GRUB FROM MORE THAN 150 OUTPOSTS NATIONWIDE, INCLUDING IN WEST PALM BEACH AND PALM BEACH GARDENS. DINERS CAN ORDER THE MAYOR OF FLAVOR TOWN’S CULINARY DELIGHTS VIA AN EPONYMOUS APP OR OTHERS LIKE UBER EATS. (GUYSFLAVORTOWNKITCHEN.COM) M.M.
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Restaurateurs are creating their own apps, with the goal of improving the customer experience and their own ﬁnancial bottom line
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A selective guide to Palm Beach-area restaurants
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:
AVOCADO GRILL At this hot spot, chef Julien Gre maud oﬀers ﬂavorful Florida-Caribbean bites. 125 Da tura St., West Palm Beach (avocadogrillwpb.com) $$
BEACON This waterfront grille boasts Mediterranean dishes with a contemporary American feel. 1107 Lighthouse Rd., Jupiter (thebeaconjupiter.com) $$$
THE BLIND MONK The focus is on wine and small bites at this hip tapas bar. 410 Evernia St. #107, West Palm Beach (theblindmonk.com) $$
BREEZE OCEAN KITCHEN Enjoy craft beer, specialty cocktails, and distinctly Floridian cuisine at this sea side gem at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan (eaupalmbeach.com) $$
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) $$
EMBER GRILL For an upscale take on favorites, visit this classy restaurant inside The Ray hotel. 233 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (embergrilldelray.com) $$$
ENTRE NOUS BISTRO Home-style cooking commin gles with gourmet fare. 123 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach (entrenousbistro.com) $$$
FARMER’S TABLE This farm-to-table resto is com mitted to clean eating. 951 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; 1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (farmerstableboca.com) $$
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 cul ture take center stage at this upscale eatery. 187 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (thegrovedelray.com) $$$
While not all-inclusive due to space limitations, our dining listings may vary every month and are constantly updated to showcase the culinary diversity of the area. Find more information on local dining options on palmbeachillustrated.com.
NOTICE TO RESTAURATEURS: The establishments listed and their descriptions are printed at the discretion of the editors of Palm Beach Illustrated. They are not a form of advertisement, nor do they serve as a restaurant review. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
CITY CELLAR WINE BAR & GRILL Specializing in pizza, dry-aged steaks, fresh pasta, and seafood. 700 S. Rose mary Ave., West Palm Beach (citycellarwpb.com) $$
THE COOPER Practicing farm-to-table cooking in PGA Commons. 4610 PGA Blvd. Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (thecooperrestaurant.com) $$
CROSBY KITCHEN & BAR This stylish American bistro oﬀers a Manhattan-meets-Palm Beach vibe. 1406 S. Cypress Drive, Jupiter (crosbykitchenandbar.com) $$
DEATH OR GLORY This gastropub prioritizes out standing cocktails and new-wave bar bites. 116 N.E. 6th Ave., Delray Beach (deathorglorybar.com) $$
KITCHEN Matthew Byrne opened his family-run eateries to serve sophisticated but not intimidating fare. 319 Bel vedere Road #2, West Palm Beach; 5250 Donald Ross Road #100, Palm Beach Gardens (kitchenpb.com) $$$
LE BAR Á VIN This wine and cocktail bar presents a range of drinks and light dishes. 380 S. County Rd., Palm Beach (lebarpalmbeach.com) $$
THE OFFICE This trendy gastropub oﬀers well-prepared, remarkably good comfort food. 201 E. Atlantic Ave., Del ray Beach (theoﬃcedelray.com) $$
PROPER GRIT Using only locally sourced ingredients, this gastropub in The Ben hotel pays homage to Old Florida. 251 N. Narcissus Ave., West Palm Beach (propergrit.com) $$$
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Ingredients (serves 6-8)
1 cup cucumber, peeled and chopped, plus more sliced thinly for serving 3 cups jasmine tea
1 tbsp. fresh lemon balm, chopped
1 tbsp. fresh mint, chopped, plus more for garnish 2 cups gin, shochu, or white wine 1 cup grapes, frozen
REBEL HOUSE An eclectic vibe and fun menu make Re bel House a hit on the Boca dining scene. 297 E. Pal metto Park Road, Boca Raton (rebelhouseboca.com) $$
RESTAURANT 44 Contemporary classics served in a sleek setting. Palm Beach Towers, 44 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach (restaurant44palmbeach.com) $$$
RH ROOFTOP The top ﬂoor of Restoration Hardware boasts a dazzling dining space. 560 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (restorationhardware.com) $$
SEASPRAY INLET GRILL Stop by for ocean views, live entertainment, and a seasonal menu. 999 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton (seasprayboca.com) $$
SURFSIDE DINER This casual breakfast and lunch spot serves classic comfort food. 314 S. County Road, Palm Beach (surfsidediner.com) $
SWIFTY’S AT THE COLONY Cosmopolitan dining meets island ease, featuring high-end classics such
To freeze the grapes, wash and dry them before placing on a lined baking tray. Freeze for about an hour. In a juicer, process the limes and cup of cucumber, then strain into a pitcher. Steep the jasmine tea along with the lemon balm and mint for 20 minutes. Strain and cool. Add to the pitcher along with preferred spirit, thin slices of cucumber, and frozen grapes. Garnish with mint sprigs.
as designer meatloaf. 155 Hammon Ave., Palm Beach (thecolonypalmbeach.com) $$$
TABLE 26 This all-American restaurant presents com fort food in an atmosphere ﬁt for both romantic dates and business luncheons. 1700 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (table26palmbeach.com) $$$
TROY’S BARBEQUE Locals return again and again for chef/owner Troy Davis’ superior barbecue. 3950 Georgia Ave., West Palm Beach; 1920 S. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach (bbqtroys.com) $
TRUE FOOD KITCHEN Based on anti-inﬂammatory prin ciples, the menu features a selection of seasonal plates in gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 3101 PGA Blvd. #O-200, Palm Beach Gardens, in The Gardens Mall; 6000 Glades Road Unit 1015A, Boca Raton, in the Town Center at Boca Raton (truefoodkitchen.com) $$
BEG FOR MORE IZAKAYA This tiny eatery is an izakaya, a casual Japanese pub where tapas-style snacks are served to accompany sake. 19 S.E. 5th Ave., Delray Beach (561-563-8849) $$
IMOTO Chef Clay Conley presents small Asian bites and a sushi menu that tempts all senses. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (imotopalmbeach.com) $$
KAPOW! NOODLE BAR This Asian fusion restaurant pro vides late-night comfort food with a French-Vietnamese ﬂair. 519 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 431 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (kapownoodlebar.com) $$
LEMONGRASS ASIAN BISTRO Presenting creative panAsian plates in sleek surrounds. 1880 Congress Ave., Boynton Beach; 420 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 10312 Forest Hill Blvd. Suite 204, Wellington; 101 Plaza Real South, Boca Raton (lemongrassasianbistro.com) $$
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) $$
RAMEN LAB EATERY Both the noodles and the rich, umami broth are made in-house at this funky ramen joint. 25 N.E. 2nd Ave. #114, Delray Beach; 100 N.E. 2nd St., Boca Raton (ramenlabeatery.com) $$
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) $$
DELRAY BEACH MARKET This hot spot has it all, from hip environs to an array of vendors slinging global cui sine, healthy bites, and comfort food. 33 S.E. 3rd Ave., Delray Beach (delraybeachmarket.com) $
GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET Located in the Ware house District, this chic, industrial food hall features poké bowls and sushi burritos from Poké Lab Eatery, Zipitios’ tacos, Mediterranean eats from Lokanta, and coﬀee from Pumphouse Coﬀee Roasters. 1401 Clare Ave., West Palm Beach (grandviewpublic.com) $$
LOLA 41 From Italian-imbued plates to innovative su shi, this vibrant restaurant bases its menu oﬀ of the ﬂavors found along the forty-ﬁrst parallel. 290 Sun set Ave., Palm Beach (lola41.com) $$$
TARU AT SUNDY HOUSE Savor an international con cept menu by chef James Strine amid garden sur rounds. 106 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach (sundy house.com) $$$
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ALMOND This Bridgehampton mainstay recently brought its take on classic French comfort food and global-inspired plates to Palm Beach. 207 Royal Poin ciana Way, Palm Beach (almondrestaurant.com) $$$
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CAFÉ BOULUD This four-star restaurant boasts the same French ﬂair as its Manhattan cousin, with a dash of South Florida ﬂavor. 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach, in the Brazilian Court Hotel (cafeboulud.com) $$
CAFÉ L’EUROPE With inﬂuences from all over Latin America and Europe, Café L’Europe invites guests to enjoy its exquisite desserts and warm hospitality. 331 S. County Road, Palm Beach (cafeleurope.com) $$$
KATHY’S GAZEBO CAFÉ With an Old World feel, Kathy’s specializes in French Continental dishes and wine pairings. 4199 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (kathysgazebo.com) $$
LA NOUVELLE MAISON Sample the light and deli cate cooking of chef Gregory Howell. 455 E. Palmet to Park Road, Boca Raton (lnmbocaraton.com) $$$
LE BOUCHON FRENCH BISTRO Owner Brice Riou in vites guests to savor classic dishes like savory crepes or a croque monsieur. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens (lebouchonpbg.com) $$
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) $
THE PARISIAN This charming French brasserie pre sents culinary staples like coq au vin and elegant desserts worth saving room for. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (theparisianrestaurant.com) $$
PISTACHE FRENCH BISTRO Presenting French bis tro bites with a Mediterranean twist. 101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach (pistachewpb.com) $$
VINCENT’S BISTRO Chef Vincent Durin boasts more than 30 years of experience in French cuisine. 516 Lu cerne Ave., Lake Worth Beach (vincentsbistro.com) $$
123 DATURA This fun hangout serves sharable versions of Italian favorites. 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach (123datura.com) $$
ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA Known for quality pizza and Italian soul food, Anthony’s has expanded be yond Florida’s borders with its popular favorites. 1900 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite A-5, West Palm Beach; 2680 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 115 N.E. 6th Ave., Del ray Beach; 21065 Powerline Road #5A, Boca Raton; 851 S. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton; 1000 S. State Road 7, Wellington; 2343 S.E. Federal Hwy., Stuart (acfp.com) $
ARTURO’S RISTORANTE Arturo’s presents authentic ﬂavors of Italy in every dish and wine glass. 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 A stellar wine list accom panies the deft and elegant cooking of chef Leon ardo Cuomo. 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (buonasera jupiter1993.com) $$$
CAFÉ SAPORI This café’s menu oﬀers classics from every region of Italy. 205 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach (cafesapori.com) $$
CASA D’ANGELO Chef Rickie Piper places an empha sis on market-fresh ingredients, 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) $$$
ELISABETTA’S This sleek eatery slings up handmade Ital ian delicacies. 32 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 201 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach (elisabettas.com) $$
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) $$
HULLABALOO An Italian gastropub with creative cui sine and a unique cocktail menu. 517 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (sub-culture.org/hullabaloo) $$
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LA MASSERIA The South Florida location of this popular Manhattan restaurant boasts an impressive wine list and serves authentic Southern Italian plates. Don’t miss the cloud-like ricotta cheesecake. 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. Pal metto Park Road, Boca Raton (louiebossi.com) $$
LYNORA’S A true family aﬀair, Lynora’s excels at modern izing classic Italian dishes. 207 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 1548 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (lynoras.com) $$
PARADISO RISTORANTE Chef Angelo Romano serves traditional Italian meals along with some surprises. 625 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth (paradisolakeworth.com) $$$
PREZZO This Italian joint features old favorites alongside new, modern dishes. 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 5560 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (eatprezzo.com) $$$
RENATO’S Renato’s produces ﬁrst-rate Italian and conti nental fare in a European setting. 87 Via Mizner, Palm Beach (renatospalmbeach.com) $$$
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RISTORANTE SANTUCCI Chef and owner Emilio Santucci translates his experience growing up in a large family in Sic ily into his restaurant‘s menu and atmosphere. 610 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (restaurantsantucci.com) $$
TANZY Presenting creative Italian food, including a dessert cart. 301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (tanzyrestaurant.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 Ital ian delights as well as an impressive wine selection. 290 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (vicandangelos.com) $$$
LATIN AMERICAN AND MEXICAN
ANDALUCIA TAPAS BAR & RESTAURANT The Spanish market allows customers to take a little bit of Spain with them. 187 Tequesta Dr., Jupiter (andaluciatapasbar.com) $$
BANKO CANTINA Mexican ﬂavors thrive at this eatery and tequila bar. 114 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach (bankocantina.com) $$
CACTUS GRILLE & TEQUILA BAR Saddle up for authen tic Tex-Mex fare paired with a massive tequila menu. 4650 Donald Ross Rd. Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (thecactusgrille.com) $$
DON RAMON Open for nearly 30 years, Don Ramon is one of the pioneers to introduce Cuban cuisine to the area. 7101 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (donramon restaurant.com) $$
DUKE’S TACOS AND MARGS This hot spot makes nontraditional Mexican dishes at an aﬀordable price. 1155 Main St. Suite 120, Jupiter (dukestacos.com) $$
EL FOGONCITO Enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine rooted in family recipes and traditions. 711 W. Indiantown Rd. Suite C4, Jupiter (elfogoncitorestaurant.com) $$
PIO PIO Colombian and Peruvian roots come together to create original Latin American eats. 510 E Ocean Ave., Boynton Beach (piopioocean.com) $$
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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 Cent er Circle, Boca Raton (roccostacos.com) $$
THE WAVE KITCHEN & BAR Situated inside Emilio and Gloria Estefan’s Costa d’Este Resort, The Wave Kitchen & Bar oﬀers ﬁne dining with a decidedly Cuban ﬂair. 3244 Ocean Drive, Vero Beach (costadeste.com) $$$
AMAR Stop by for an authentic taste of Lebanon, from classic meze to el mehchi, an eggplant dish stuﬀed with spinach, onions, and chickpeas. 522 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (amardelray.com) $$
BARRIO For Spanish tapas and creative cocktails, look no further than this new bar-centric hot spot in The Square. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach (barriowpb.com) $$
FLORIE’S In the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, ac claimed chef Mauro Colagreco oﬀers his interpretation of ﬁne-dining Mediterranean fare. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (fourseasons.com/palmbeach) $$$
LEILA RESTAURANT In addition to its many Mediter ranean dishes, Leila also oﬀers entertainment in the
form of belly dancing and hookah on the patio. 120 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (leilawpb.com) $$
ACQUA CAFÉ This chic resto delivers a coastal Ital ian take on seafood. 2875 S. Ocean Blvd. Suite 103, Palm Beach (acquacafepb.com) $$$
THE ATLANTIC GRILLE Located in the Seagate Ho tel, this restaurant emphasizes bold and innovative American seafood. 1000 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (theatlanticgrille.com) $$$
BENNY’S ON THE BEACH Chef Jeremy Hanlon has cre ated a casual beachside dining experience. 10 S. Ocean Blvd., Lake Worth Beach (bennysonthebeach.com) $$
BOCA LANDING Inside the Waterstone Resort & Ma rina, Boca Landing oﬀers seafood dishes infused with chef Matthew Mixon’s Italian and French roots. 999 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton (bocalanding.com) $$$
COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND CAFÉ
A market and restaurant, 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) $$
LIONFISH Committed to sustainability, this chic eatery presents an array of innovative seafood. 307 E. At lantic Ave., Delray Beach (lionﬁshdelray.com) $$
LITTLE MOIR’S FOOD SHACK Put on your jeans and en joy some of the most creatively prepared seafood in the area. 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 #D3, Jupiter (littlemoirs.com) $$
LUCKY SHUCK A raw bar, fresh seafood, and craft beer are all on tap at Lucky Shuck. 1116 Love St., Ju piter (luckyshuckjupiter.com) $$
MUSSEL BEACH This coastal-inspired restaurant of fers 12 unique preparations of mussels, served in gi ant pots ideal for sharing and sopping up juices with an order of frites. 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) $$
THE SEAFOOD BAR AT THE BREAKERS Stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean combine with a menu full of global seafood dishes with innovative twists. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (thebreakers.com) $$$
SEAWAY Fresh ocean ingredients and Latin ﬂavors commingle at this oceanfront eatery at the Four Sea sons Resort Palm Beach. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (fourseasons.com/palmbeach) $$
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SQUARE GROUPER TIKI BAR Tropical drinks, Amer ican-style bar bites, and live music can be found at this lively spot. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; 1920 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce (squaregrouper.net) $$
THE STATION HOUSE While the clam chowder, Ip swich steamers, and ﬁsh dishes are noteworthy, the specialty is perfectly prepared Maine lobster. 233 W. Lantana Road, Lantana (thestationhouse.com) $$
WATERWAY CAFE Grab a seat at the ﬂoating bar to watch the sun set on the Intracoastal. 2300 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (waterwaycafe.com) $$
HMF The Breakers’ glamorous cocktail lounge is a fash ionable mix of modern and classic. Asian inﬂuences dot the menu, including a full sushi bar. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (hmfpalmbeach.com) $$
SALUTE MARKET This upscale hangout oﬀers small plates, gourmet sandwiches, salads, and a killer happy hour. 5530 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (salute2u.com) $$
STAGE Through small dishes packed with ﬂavor, Stage presents delicious curries, to gluten-free veggie op tions, to Korean specialties. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 5502, Palm Beach Gardens (stagepga.com) $$
ABE & LOUIE’S In addition to serving outstanding beef, Abe & Louie’s features classic New England seafood dishes. 2200 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton (abeandlouies.com) $$$
AVALON Delivering a metropolitan dining experience in the heart of Atlantic Avenue, Avalon specializes in upscale beef and seafood. 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Del ray Beach (avalondelray.com) $$$
THE BUTCHER’S CLUB At this high-end steak house inside the PGA National Resort, Top Chef winner Jeremy Ford creates dishes that truly taste as amaz ing as they look. 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens (pgaresort.com) $$$
CHOPS LOBSTER BAR The extensive menu, featuring a collection of steak and seafood options, is comple mented by an equally interesting wine list. 101 Plaza Real S., Boca Raton (buckheadrestaurants.com) $$$
CUT 432 This modern steak house has a hip, highenergy environment. Executive chef and owner An thony Pizzo pairs his food with excellent wines. 432 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (cut432.com) $$$
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 old est steak house in Florida, the Okeechobee Steak House opened in 1947 and has been an institution ever since. 2854 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (okeesteakhouse.com) $$$
PALM BEACH GRILL Emphasizing freshness and con sistency, the Palm Beach outpost of Houston’s oﬀers beloved items we have come to expect: ribs, steaks, and seafood. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (palmbeachgrill.com) $$$
RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a clas sic American dining experience, oﬀering large por tions of high-quality ingredients and specialty dishes that echo the restaurant’s New Orleans roots. 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 225 N.E. Miz ner Blvd., Boca Raton (ruthschris.com) $$$
SALT 7 Steak is the top draw at this late-night favorite, but make sure to savor the truﬄe mac and cheese as well as sashimi, specialty sushi rolls, and raw bar bites. 32 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (salt7.com) $$$
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Make a SPLASH with a splendid swimming pool
PBI: What’s popular in terms of size and shape?
Brams: As the houses get larger, the lots get smaller, limiting the size of the pool. I am seeing buyers cram a lot of features into smaller pools such as spas and sundecks. In terms of shape, the pools today are more lap-oriented and very geometric. Clean and simple (square-edge) is deﬁnitely the look.
What about the pool’s ﬁnish?
Pebble ﬁnishes by PebbleTec and StoneScapes
by NPT [Pool Finishes] are the rage. Thanks to the river rock they possess, they add a textured design component to the pool unmatched by your standard white-based gem ﬁnish. They are oﬀered in a wide variety of colors, show very little color variation, and oﬀer a lifetime warranty.
Why is the choice of lighting so important?
You spent a lot of money, now it is time to show it oﬀ. We can now oﬀer smaller color-changing lights in places that were hard to ﬁt before. We can place them on benches, sundecks, steps—
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virtually any place in the pool and spa. Today, it is all about the “wow” factor, and lights create the “wow” factor at night. Everyone wants colored LED lights. You can always ﬁx these lights on plain white if you so choose.
What’s the modern take on old-school pool waterfalls?
Fire and water features have replaced the oldschool waterfall and rock waterfalls. Deck jets that shoot from the deck to the pool and scuppers (bronze, metallic, and PVC) that allow water to fall into the pool from a higher structure are very popular as well.
What do you need to have an inﬁnity pool?
The true inﬁnity edge is only established when the pool is elevated higher than the area behind it, which is hard to ﬁnd unless your home is on the Intracoastal. This look came out of California be cause of the unusual terrain. We do inﬁnity edges
in Florida, but they miss the boat, in my book. I am also not a fan because you must give up 2 feet of the pool that must become the catch basin.
What’s the appeal of sun shelves? You’re in an Adirondack chair or on a ledge lounger and sitting right in the water—just like a Hawaiian vacation.
What are the latest trends with spas?
Attached spas, elevated spas, and integrated spas are all still popular, but the ﬂush in-pool spa with a 360-degree spillover seems to be the most popular.
What other exciting features have you installed?
The most exciting features for me are the ﬁre and water bowls and the 360-spillover spas. I’m ready for the next big thing to arrive.
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Known as the modern-day stone of seventieth anniversaries, smoky quartz brings a smoldering allure to home decor
SLICE OF LIFE
The sleek silhouette of this agate slice table lamp ($529) from Jamie Young Co. is a glow
Designer Tashia Rahl of Premium Kitchens composed a kitchen symphony in this Delray Beach home, which is headlined by an agate countertop. “The agate in varying tones of grays and blue sits center stage in this luxurious, culinary masterpiece,” Rahl says. “Concrete-laminate cabinets pair softly with [the] matte lacquer uppers and island. Fully integrated Miele and Sub-Zero appli ances dominate the power throughout the spacious design. The grand ﬁnale of the kitchen is a revitalized minibar that showcases timeless ﬂoating shelves and fully integrated fridge drawers.” Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton (premiumkitchens.com)
While it’s what’s on the inside that really counts, these agate-adorned, faux-shagreen boxes ($870 for set of two) from John-Richard prove a striking exterior does have its beneﬁts. Brown, Boca Raton (interiorsbybrown.com)
With the edge of the quartz electro plated in gold, Joanna Buchanan bold napkin rings ($98 for two) will be head-turning additions to your place settings. Michelle Farmer, Palm Beach, Boca Raton (michellefarmer.com)
custom cluster smoky quartz knobs ($546 each) are the perfect dazzling accents to a lackluster cabinet in need of personality. Each piece is handselected, wrapped in lost wax, cast in brass, and then polished by hand for a stunning result. Miller’s Fine Hardware, West Palm Beach, Jupiter (millers hardware.com)
The Ludlow black agate end table ($1,199) by Arhaus is a true crafted masterpiece, with Indian artisans arranging the stones of each tabletop by hand according to color, size, and quality. The resin-bound top is paired with a hand-welded base that is polished and antiqued for a rustic feel. Arhaus, Palm Beach Gar dens, Boca Raton (arhaus.com)
Raise the bar with these elegant gemstone double old-fashioned glasses ($150 for set of two) from Anna New York. The princess-cut, smoke agate gemstones are set in lead-free European crystal to create a deserving vessel for your cocktail pours. Saks Fifth Avenue locations (saksﬁfthavenue.com)
STAND AND DELIVER
Let smoky quartz deliver a standout solo performance with Olympus Miner als gemstone cluster on a gold or silver dis play stand ($185).
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Bermudan buildings across Palm Beach give everyone a reason to set their
watches to island time
By Marie Penny
1. SHOUMATE HOME AND OFFICE
ARCHITECT: Belford Shoumate
KEY DATES: Built in 1940; designated as a landmark in 1982.
FIND IT: Phipps Plaza
THE DETAILS: Shoumate designed this Bermuda-
style residence for himself and his wife, Betsy. He lived and worked there until his death in 1991. Each wing of the house is flanked by a small pavilion or buttery—a typical Bermudan feature—and separated by an open courtyard.
2. WHITE GABLES
ARCHITECT: John Volk
KEY DATES: Built in 1936; desig nated as a landmark in 1990.
FIND IT: South County Road
THE DETAILS: The Great Depression prompt ed Volk to develop new approaches to his designs that were economical as well as aesthetically pleasing. He designed White Gables for himself and lived there for 10
years. It was Volk’s first house designed in the Bermuda style.
3. MAJOR ALLEY
ARCHITECT: Howard Major
KEY DATES: Built in 1925; designated as a landmark in 1979.
FIND IT: Peruvian Avenue
THE DETAILS: Major named this alley after himself and established an office there. The complex is a series of six attached apart ments, each with its own private courtyard. It’s a prime example of the Bermuda style, which Major believed was preferable to Mediterranean Revival in South Florida.
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From cheese pu s to candied bacon, no cocktail party is complete without them
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BACON À LA DUNKIN’
Ingredients (serves a group of 10-20) 10 bags of Dunkin’ Snackin’ Bacon
2 half sheet pans
Baking parchment paper
Preheat oven to 350 degrees, with two racks arranged in the center. Line both pans with parchment paper. Lay out bacon in neat rows. Bake for 8 minutes exactly. Let cool completely before removing from pan with a spatula and storing in an airtight plastic container. If serving same day, which I recommend, simply leave out on your kitchen counter. To serve, arrange artistically on a silver tray, preferably lined with a linen napkin, or piled high on a footed glass cake stand for a more modern presentation.
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The author’s Foolproof Billionaire’s Bacon à la Dunkin’ is a consistent crowd-pleaser.
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A highly respected industry leader, Jeannie Walker is recognized as a specialist in luxury condominiums and waterfront properties. Known for her concierge-style approach, Jeannie provides an unwavering dedication to those with whom she works. Her local market knowledge and expertise prove essential in educating clients to make timely, informed decisions. She identi es opportunities for her clients that only a local market expert can provide.
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In the Swingof Things
Since its inception, Palm Beach has been renowned for its wealth of sport and leisure oﬀerings including world-class tennis and golf. Above: The Palm Beach tennis scene circa 1900-1906.
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Prep your face to go out day or night with the Dr. Jart+ Cerami din eye cream ($40), a specialized blend of ﬁve ceramides that secures moisture and provides a luminous contour. (drjart.com)
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REVOLUTIONARY EYE CREAMS AND SERUMS ARE PAVING THE WAY TO ETERNAL YOUTH
Strengthening and hydrating eye remedies are a vital part of any daily beauty regime. The eye area, in general, is especially suscep tible to signs of aging. Sun exposure, certain facial expressions, and poor lifestyle habits can speed up the development of crow’s feet, while the thin skin that is a natural part of our eyelid anatomy is prone to ﬁne lines. Thank fully, potent ingredients including retinol, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C can combat puﬃness, sagging, wrinkles, and dark circles. Target the eyes and obtain a rested radiance with help from these six products.
The intensely hydrating Hydra3 Regenetic serum ($295) from Valmont is made for all skin types and enhances the natural produc tion of hyaluronic acid. (lamaison valmont.com)
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From Noble Panacea’s The Brilliant Col lection, the Vibrant Eye Infusion treatment ($149) is ideal for sensitive skin, featuring a lightweight cream that targets puﬃness, dark circles, and ﬁne lines. (noblepanacea.com)
LET THE SUN SHINE
Suggested for nighttime application, the Ten sage stem cell eye cream ($130) from Biopelle boasts caﬀeine and retinol to support the creation of new skin cells. (biopelle.com)
Dark circles diminish and elasticity is heightened within four weeks of using Amala’s Youth-Renewing Powerhouse eye cream ($138), which boasts ingre dients such as Moroccan atlas cedar extract, moth bean retinol, and French pine extract. (amalabeauty.com)
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Lightweight and con sisting of caﬀeine and probiotics, RéVive’s Sensitif eye cream ($165) incorporates SPF 30 to protect against sun damage. (reviveskincare.com)
The Age of Anxiety
Can technology soothe our anxious minds and bodies? We test ﬁve ANTI-ANXIETY tech tools.
By Kristen Desmond LeFevre
FOCUS YOUR MIND: MUSE
What is it? Muse-S is a brain-sensing headband that uses EEG technology to read your body’s electrical signals. Why use it? Muse pairs with app-based meditations that oﬀer real-time biofeedback. Use it in a state of anxiety, and you’ll hear the sound of a heavy rainstorm. Relax your thoughts, and the rain lightens. Clear your mind, and the rain will clear, too. Over time, you’ll learn to train your brain to go from crazed to clear. ($399, choosemuse.com)
RECLAIM YOUR BREATH: CALMIGO
What is it? Like a personal breathing trainer, CalmiGo helps you regulate your breath. Why use it? Exhale into CalmiGo and follow its lights and vibration cues. Inhale for a whiﬀ of a re laxing scent (peppermint, lavender, or bergamot). You’re targeting three senses: visually tracking a light sequence, arousing your sense of smell, and feeling focus-friendly vibrations. ($179, calmigo.com)
TAP INTO CALM: BI-TAPP
What is it? Often used in EMDR therapy, tappers help you self-regulate when anxiety comes calling—without scheduling an emergency therapy session. Connect the tappers to wristbands, slide them into your pockets or socks, or hold them in your hands. The back-and-forth tapping (which feels like the ﬂick of a ﬁnger) can ease you out of your anxious state. Why use it? Anxiety happens when your amygdala is triggered, sending your parasympathetic nervous system into a panic. By activating both hemispheres of your brain, Bi-Tapp redirects the amygdala, keeping you from being stuck in ﬁght-or-ﬂight mode. ($189, bi-tapp.com)
GROUND YOUR BODY: HIGHERDOSE PEMF GOMAT
What is it? Combining infrared technology with PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic ﬁeld) and crystal therapy, this mat promotes a full reset for body and mind. Why use it? GoMat gives you a passive (and portable) space to create a state of calm. Sit or lie down on the mat to ground yourself in waves of calming energy at a variety of frequencies, promoting recovery and encouraging relaxation. ($499, higherdose.com)
anxiety-related nausea. Why use it? Relieve your queasiness without popping a pill or chugging Pepto Bismol. Strap ReliefBand to your wrist, and a series of pulses stimulate your median and vagus nerves, relieving nausea by normaliz ing the messages your brain sends to your stomach. ($249, reliefband.com)
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Experience pure bliss in bespoke face, body, and scalp treatments, the latest rejuvenating spa technologies, and ultra-exclusive skin care you won't find anywhere else. Welcome to your one-stop wellness haven in West Palm Beach.
WHAT ATTRACTS PATIENTS TO SEEK OUT ENNIS PLASTIC SURGERY OVER OTHER PRACTICES IN SOUTH FLORIDA?
We are very fortunate to have clients from all over the world coming to see us in Boca Raton. With a team of professional and caring employees, our practice di erentiates itself from the rest in that it o ers an expert husband-and-wife team working together to achieve results.
IS THERE A SPECIALTY THAT DRAWS THEM?
The majority of our patients who travel to our practice in Boca Raton do so for our facial work and the very natural results we always aim to achieve. As the face ages it loses muscle elasticity, which a ects the appearance of the skin, thus the misconception that lines and wrinkles are only ‘skin deep.’ By addressing the muscle underneath, we achieve a beautifully refreshed and natural result.
ARE THERE OTHER PROCEDURES YOU ARE RENOWNED FOR?
We recently introduced the latest technology in hair transplantation that leaves no linear scar on the back of the head, and a rejuvenated hair line for the patient. Our breast implant technology achieves very natural results without a scar on the breast, preferring an underarm incision. Finally, our boutique practice approach in Boca Raton caters to a very sophisticated and well-educated group of patients who seek us out based on their research of cutting-edge procedures and our excellent reviews, which speak for themselves.
TWO TO TRY
Hot (and Cold) Comfort
Call it a tale of two saunas: Thermotherapies at Tequesta’s Frío Cryotherapy & Wellness treat aches, pains, and inﬂammation
By Kristen Desmond LeFevre
233 S Federal Hwy, Suite 110
• Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-266-4439
FREEZE FRAME: WHOLE-BODY CRYOTHERAPY
What is it? If you’ve ever put an ice pack on an injury, you’re familiar with the beneﬁts of cryotherapy. The use of cold in medicine has a long history, from freezing warts to killing cancer cells. Whole-body cryotherapy is the latest way to channel cold for healing purposes— using a metal chamber called a cryosauna that relies on liquid nitrogen to quickly lower the skin’s top layer to 32 degrees Fahrenheit (the temperature in the cryosauna itself lowers to a range of -210 to -250 degrees Fahrenheit).
Why do it? As a born-and-bred Floridian, I’m not usually one to sign up for anything cold (heck, I shiver as I speed-walk through the freezer aisle at Publix). But the beneﬁts of cryotherapy—including boosted metabolism, reduced inﬂammation, and stimulated collagen production—is a simple way to drink from the Fountain of Youth (even if it is on the rocks).
What should you expect? You’ll enter Frío’s cryosauna in your skiv vies, plus slippers and gloves to ﬁght oﬀ frostbite. Liquid nitrogen pours into the chamber, enveloping you in clouds of white vapor. Try not to obsess over the thermometer’s digital display that tells you what your body already knows: It’s cold, and getting colder by the second. Sessions last just 2 to 3 minutes. Full disclosure: It seemed like a teeth-chattering lifetime. But after my short stay in a fancy freezer, I emerged energized and ready to take on the world.
$60 for a single session
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ENNIS PLASTIC SURGERY BEAUTIFUL MEDICINE ™ Real Self Top 100 Leading Doctors of Cosmetic & Aesthetic Medicine | Transaxillary No Scar on the Breast Augmentation | Top 10 Plastic Surgeon in Florida based on Patient Reviews Leading Plastic Surgeons of the World | America’s Top Plastic Surgeons | No Scar Hair Transplants Congressionally Awarded Artist | Double Board Certiﬁed | Castle Connolly Top Doctors L. Scott Ennis, MD, FACS Donna S. Ennis, ARNP 561-266-4439 | 233 S Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL | www.EnnisMD.com Sometimes Pictures Really Are Worth A Thousand Words ENNIS PLASTIC SURGERY BEAUTIFUL MEDICINE ™ Real Self Top 100 Leading Doctors of Cosmetic & Aesthetic Medicine | Transaxillary No Scar on the Breast Augmentation | Top 10 Plastic Surgeon in Florida based on Patient Reviews Leading Plastic Surgeons of the World | America’s Top Plastic Surgeons | No Scar Hair Transplants Congressionally Awarded Artist | Double Board Certiﬁed | Castle Connolly Top Doctors L. Scott Ennis, MD, FACS Donna S. Ennis, ARNP 561-266-4439 | 233 S Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL | www.EnnisMD.com Sometimes Pictures Really Are Worth A Thousand Words “The Gentle Injector” Actual Patient
HOW CAN I KEEP MY HAIR TRANSPLANT A SECRET?
Bauman: Although minimally-invasive FUE Follicular Unit Extraction hair transplants leave no telltale linear scar, the donor area typically requires some shaving in order to extract the hair follicles for implantation, sometimes resulting in a drastic hairstyle change. The new No-Shave VIP|FUE™ procedure at Bauman Medical now allows hair follicle harvesting without any shaving or trimming of your hair. You can keep your current hairstyle intact, and no one will ever know!
WHAT HAIR GROWTH TREATMENTS WILL WORK BEST FOR ME?
Personalized Precision Medicine is an approach that allows doctors to tailor your treatment based on your DNA and other factors. Performed with a simple cheek swab at home or in the o ce, the genetic TrichoTest™ can tell you what kind of medical hair loss treatments might work best for you, saving time and money. TrichoTest™ helps eliminate treatment trial and error, delivering faster hair regrowth results for you in the long run.
DO LASERS REALLY WORK FOR HAIR REGROWTH?
Yes. Non-drug laser therapy has been proven to enhance hair growth with no side e ects. Low-level laser light is absorbed by the mitochondria and converted into cellular energy, helping weak hair follicles grow healthier hair over time. Laser therapy must be done continuously, so it’s important to invest in a quality device that’s powerful, quick, comfortable, and portable. The FDA-cleared awardwinning Bauman Turbo LaserCap™ delivers hair regrowth in just ﬁve minutes a day and has a lifetime warranty.
HOT TAKE: INFRARED SAUNA
What is it? Unlike a traditional sauna, this high-tech infrared (IR) version doesn’t heat the air around you. Instead, a series of lamps emit infrared light waves that heat your body, spurring an intense sweat at a lower temperature—usually between 120 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit (compared to a traditional sauna’s 150 and 180 degrees Fahrenheit range). The upside? A more tolerable sweat session, allowing you to reap the sauna’s healing powers for a longer amount of time.
Why do it? If you love the results of time spent in a traditional sauna but the high temperatures are too hot for you to handle, IR saunas oﬀer the same health beneﬁts without the extreme heat. IR insid ers (and celebs from Lady Gaga to
Selena Gomez) credit time spent sweating under the lamps with everything from pain relief to im proved metabolism, boosted mood, glowing skin, and deeper sleep. (The detoxing eﬀects of any sauna are probably overstated—your kidneys and liver are your go-to guys for that.)
What should you expect? You’ll perspire in total privacy. Sessions run for a minimum of 25 minutes; enough time to increase your core body temperature by 2 to 3 degrees. This is a serious sweat event, so plan to hit the showers (and down a bottle of water or two) before re-entering the world.
$24 for a 25-minute session, $45 for a 50-minute session (friocryotherapy.com)
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Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS, IAHRS
WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO EXPAND YOUR PRACTICE TO THE PALM BEACH AREA?
Many of the patients I treat in Manhattan and the Hamptons spend their winters in Florida. I am often asked, “When will you have an o ce in Florida?” The demand has become overwhelming, so my sta and I have worked out a schedule to allow me to see patients in both New York and Florida.
WHAT IS YOUR SPECIALTY?
I specialize in cosmetic and laser surgery, including facial and body rejuvenation. I am well known for my Liquid Facelift technique, which uses injectables such as Botox and Dysport, wrinkle ﬁllers, and Kybella to restore lost facial volume and reestablish youthful contours, unlike surgical facelifts which may leave you looking taut and stretched.
WHY CHOOSE ALEXANDER J. COVEY, MD, OVER OTHER PHYSICIANS IN THE AREA?
I personally perform all injectable treatments to help you look refreshed and more beautiful. I am dedicated to helping my patients look and feel their best at any age without surgery and use a uniquely tailored treatment plan to provide natural results that leave you feeling conﬁdent and younger-looking. You will look like yourself, only better.
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THE COVID ECONOMY
The pandemic has impacted supply chain, inﬂation, wages, and MORE
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Renaissance magniﬁcence surrounds you in “Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition” at the Armory Art Center March 11 to April 24.
1 Culture, Arts, and Society Today (CAST) Party, Royal Palm Yacht Club, Boca Raton, $200. (fau.edu)
Judy Levis Krug Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival, Levis JCC Sandler Center and local theaters, Boca Raton, to March 20, contact for ticket prices. (bocajﬀ.org)
2 Autofocus: The Car in Photography lecture with Marta Weiss, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)
Worth Avenue Walking Tour, Via Amore, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, also March 9, 16, 23, and 30, $25. (pbchistory.org)
YMCA of South Palm Beach County Twentieth Annual In spiration Breakfast, Peter Blum Family YMCA, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (ymcaspbc.org)
3 Mixing It Up: A Celebration of Cocktail Culture, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $50. (ﬂagler museum.us)
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top: Catch Ballet PAlm Beach’s Giselle at the Kravis Center March 4-6; stop by Arts Ga rage March 25 for Ga
Queens: Fabulous, Fierce, and Fascinating, and March 27 for Josh Hoyer & Soul Colos sal; Balcony
“Why You Must Stop Ignoring China” lecture with Matthew Tye and Winston Sterzel, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org) Kollár at Rosenbaum
Contemporary; Sussex Painting (The Unbearable Lightness) by Ptolemy Mann at Findlay Galleries. MARCH 2022
ARTS & CULTURE
4 Festival of the Arts Boca, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, to March 13, $15-$150. (festivalboca.org)
Kips Bay Decorator Show House Opening Day Preview
Reception, beneﬁting the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, 3001 Spruce Avenue, West Palm Beach, $250. (kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org)
Kravis Center Gala, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $650-$1,250. (kravis.org)
5 Eleventh Annual Rib Round Up, iThink Financial Am phitheatre, West Palm Beach, $41-$221. (ribroundupsouth ﬂorida.com)
Kips Bay Decorator Show House, beneﬁting the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, to April 3, $40 (virtual tickets are $20). (kipsbay decoratorshowhouse.org)
Oﬀ the Wall Gala: A Night of Illusion, beneﬁting The Arc of Palm Beach County, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $550. (arcpbc.org)
6 Great Futures Polo Day, beneﬁting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Grand Champions Polo Club, Wellington, $1,000. (bgcpbc.org)
FEEL THE LOVE AT PALM BEACH PRIDE MARCH 26 AND 27 AT BRYANT PARK IN LAKE WORTH BEACH. PRESENTED BY COMPASS COM MUNITY CENTER, PALM BEACH PRIDE INCLUDES FAMILYFRIENDLY FESTIVI TIES WITH VENDORS, MUSIC, FOOD, AND THE BELOVED PRIDE PARADE IN CELEBRA TION OF THE LOCAL LGBTQIA+ COMMU NITY. TICKETS ARE $8-$10. (COMPASS GLCC.COM)
Paws & Claws Gala, beneﬁting Humane Society of the Trea sure Coast, Colab Kitchen, Stuart, $200. (hstc1.org)
Twenty-Seventh Annual Family Picnic, beneﬁting the Hanley Foundation, National Croquet Center, West Palm Beach, $50-$225. (hanleyfoundation.org)
7 Culture & Cocktails with Mark Badgley and James Mischka, The Ben, West Palm Beach, $75-$125. (palmbeach culture.com)
The lost Romanov princess makes her way to West Palm Beach when Anastasia hits the Dreyfoos Hall stage at the Kravis Center March 9-13. From the fall of the Russian Empire to the dazzling sights and sounds of 1920s Paris, Anya (played by Kyla Stone) sets out to solve the mystery of who she is, guided by hazy memories of her past life and help from a cast of characters along the way. Anya’s determination to ﬁnd a home, love, and family imbues the musical with a feeling of hopefulness, which is made all the more poignant through Stephen Flaherty’s score and Lynn Ahrens’ lyrics. Tickets are $32-$92. (kravis.org)
AUSSIE SINGERSONGWRITER KARA GRAINGER WILL BRING HER TALENTS TO ARTS GARAGE IN DELRAY BEACH MARCH 4. THE SLIDEGUITAR-TOTING CROONER’S POWER FUL VOCALS, RAW LYRICS, AND PAS SIONATE COMMAND OF THE STAGE HAVE CAPTIVATED AUDI ENCES FROM SYD NEY TO NORTHEAST ERN INDIA. TICKETS ARE $15-$20. (ARTS GARAGE.ORG)
9 Golf & Give Charity Game, beneﬁting Suits for Seniors, Drive Shack, West Palm Beach, $100. (suitsforseniors.org)
Laura Woodward: The Artist Behind the Innovator Who Developed Palm Beach presentation with Deborah C. Pollack, Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, West Palm Beach, $20. (pbchistory.org)
Nineteenth Annual Delray Beach Home Tour, ben eﬁting the Achievement Centers for Children & Families, Lake Ida Neighborhood, Delray Beach, $100. (achievement centersﬂ.org)
10 Vaux-le-Vicomte: A Private Invitation lecture and book signing with Alexandre de Vogüé, Dixon Educa tion Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)
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12 Blarney Bash, Centennial Park & Amphitheater, Boynton Beach, free. (boyntonbeachcra.com)
Met Opera Live presents Ariadne auf Naxos, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$30. (fourarts.org)
Year of the Tiger Gala, Morikami Museum and Jap anese Gardens, Delray Beach, $400. (morikami.org)
13 Swank Table C.B.D. Dinner: Culinary Botan ical Dreams, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $165. (swankspecialtyproduce.com)
The Underground Scene in L.A. and Tokyo: Art + Music ﬁlm screening and discussion with Akira Boch, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Del ray Beach, $5. (morikami.org)
16 “Greta Garbo: The Elusive Star” lecture with Hugo Vickers, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)
17 Bike, Art, and Beer, Heyman Plaza, Norton Mu seum of Art, West Palm Beach, free. (norton.org)
Evening at the Council with Sierra Lane, Project Space, Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, Lake Worth Beach, free. (palmbeachculture.com)
MorseLife Thirty-Eighth Annual Dinner and Entertainment, The Breakers, Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (mlevents.org)
“Palm Beach: America’s First Resort Destination” lecture with Rick Rose, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25. (kravis.org)
“The Renaissance of Palm Beach Parks” lec ture with Raymond Jungles, Jorge Sanchez, and Keith Williams, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)
19 National Theatre Live presents A View from a Bridge, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$30. (fourarts.org)
20 Escape from Extinction Brunch, beneﬁting American Humane, Café Boulud, The Brazilian Court, Palm Beach, $300. (americanhumane.org)
21 “Collecting Antiquities: J.P. Getty and His Legacy” lecture with Silvia Beltrametti, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (fourarts.org)
23 “Conversations on Style” with Steven Stolman featuring Douglas Friedman, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $5. (fourarts.org)
Galleries galore await art dealers, patrons, and artists at the return of Art Miami’s Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary March 24-27. This year’s edition of the anticipated showcase will set up shop in its new home at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, where art connoisseurs can peruse a selection of never-before-seen masterpieces. The fair kicks off March 24 with a VIP pre view event benefiting the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. Contact the pre senter for ticket prices. (artpbfair.com)
24 Palm Beach International Boat Show, Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, to March 27, contact for ticket prices. (pbboatshow.com)
Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, to March 27, contact for ticket prices. (artpbfair.com)
25 Keep it Simple Supper Party with Shelley Gubelmann, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $75. (fourarts.org)
26 Art Talk with Emilio ApontesierraParetti, Cultural Council for Palm Beach Coun ty, Lake Worth Beach, contact for ticket prices. (palmbeachculture.com)
Met Opera Live presents Don Carlos, Gubel mann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$30. (fourarts.org)
Mutt March 5K and 10K, ben eﬁting Humane Society of the Trea sure Coast, Memorial Park, Stuart, $35. (hstc1.org)
Palm Beach Pride and Pride Parade, beneﬁting Compass Community Center, Bryant Park and Lucerne Avenue, Lake Worth Beach, also March 27, $8-$10. (compassglcc.com)
27 Swank Table Wood ford Reserve Bourbon & BBQ, Swank Spe cialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $165. (swankspecialty produce.com)
28 Eleventh Annual Savor the Avenue, Atlan tic Avenue, Delray Beach, contact for ticket prices. (downtowndelraybeach.com)
MorseLife Golf Classic, The Breakers Ocean Golf Course, Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (mlevents.org)
“Origins of Modernism in Art: Vorticism” lecture with Philip Rylands, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $25. (four arts.org)
30 An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, $500. (ansg.org)
Thirtieth Annual Book and Author Luncheon, The Polo Club of Boca Raton, $125. (levisjcc.org)
31 Hanley Foundation Palm Beach Dinner, The Sailﬁsh Club of Florida, Palm Beach, $350-$500. (hanleyfoundation.org)
Let’s Flamingle for the Kids, beneﬁting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach, $300. (stjude.org)
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Miami’s Palm Beach Mod-
+ Contemporary will feature dozens of vignettes throughout the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
This sweeping survey of American Impressionism presents paintings, prints, and drawings t the emergence and evolution of a truly American style in works by acclaimed artists. In a New Light reflects the changing mindset of America from the mid-19th to early 20th centuries, exploring the ways in which local artists interpreted America’s rural, maritime, and urban spaces and portrayed daily life using the Impressionistic devices of capturing moments with brisk brushstrokes, a vibrant palette, and atmospheric effects.
Childe Hassam (American, 1859–1935) Old House, East Hampton, 1917, oil on linen, Bank of America Collection
Tickets: $10. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday-Saturday; 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Closed Tuesdays. Visit www.fourarts.org to reserve tickets and view all our season programs. www.fourarts.org | 102 FOUR ARTS PLAZA | PALM BEACH, FL In a New Light: American Impressionism 1870–1940 has been loaned through the Bank of America Art in our Communities® program.
ON DISPLAY THROUGH APRIL 16
2022 In A New Light American Impressionism 1870-1940 | Works from the Bank of America Collection
1 Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35-$99. (kravis.org)
The Frost Septet, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $70. (ﬂaglermuseum.us)
2 Ari Axelrod presents “Jewish Broadway Cabaret,” Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, also March 3, $30. (levisjcc.org)
Gabe Kaplan, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $55. (lyrictheatre.com)
Harry Mack, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $35-$85. (palmbeach improv.com)
The Kravis Pops Orchestra and Michael Feinstein present “Inti mately Sinatra,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $39-$155. (kravis.org)
3 Clematis by Night: Spread the Dub, Waterfront Commons, West Palm Beach, free. (wpb.org)
Damn Yankees, The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, to April 3, contact for ticket prices. (thewick.org)
Keb’ Mo’, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $60. (lyrictheatre.com)
Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $20-$100. (kravis.org)
Steve Trevino, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to March 5, $25-$35. (palmbeachimprov.com)
4 Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap, Lake Worth Playhouse, to March 6, $35-$75. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)
Ballet Palm Beach presents Giselle, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 6, $45. (balletpalmbeach.org)
Kara Grainger, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $15-$20. (artsgarage.org)
Pilobolus: Big Five-Oh, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, also March 5, $49. (palmbeachstate.edu)
Steven Wright, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)
Terence Blanchard featuring E-Collective and Turtle Island Quartet, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $25-$150. (festivalboca.org)
5 Best of Broadway starring Grace Field, Delray Beach Playhouse, $45. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)
6 Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Virtuoso Voices,” Vero Beach Museum of Art; also March 7, Pittenger Center, St. Mary’s Church, Stuart, $5-$50. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)
Donnell Rawlings, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $25-$35. (palmbeachimprov.com)
The Edwards Twins, Delray Beach Playhouse, $59. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)
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MASTERWORKS SEASON 2021-22
PALM BEACH SYMPHONY CROWNS SEASON WITH MIDORI ON APRIL 10
Join us as we commemorate the 40th anniversary of Midori’s debut when the Kennedy Center Honor Awardee for Lifetime Artistic Achievement performs in the spectacular finale of Palm Beach Symphony’s critically acclaimed season.
One of the most outstanding violinists of our time, Midori transfixes audiences around the world as she explores and builds connections between music and the human experience to break with traditional boundaries.
Midori performs Korngold’s Violin Concerto in D Major, a lush symphonic work full of Viennese romanticism that vividly interweaves music from four of his film scores.
Acclaimed Music Director Gerard Schwarz, who also serves as Music Director of the Mozart Orchestra of New York and the All-Star Orchestra, leads the orchestra in the melodious, cheerful and upbeat Symphony No. 8 by Dvořák and William Schuman’s spirited New England Triptych.
Celebrate Midori’s illustrious career with us on April 10 at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in Palm Beach.
Tickets are $25-$95 and are available online at www.palmbeachsymphony.org and by phone at (561) 281-0145
Itzhak Perlman featuring Ro han De Silva, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $39-$110. (kravis.org)
7 Palm Beach Symphony presents “Beethoven & Mahler,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25-$95. (kravis.org)
8 Chris MacDonald presents “Memories of Elvis,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $55-$60. (kravis.org)
The Frost MSJ Faculty Sextet, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $70. (ﬂaglermuseum.us)
9 Anastasia, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 13, $32$92. (kravis.org)
Jazz at Lincoln Center presents “Songs We Love,” Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)
Jordan Bak and Jiyung Lee, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (kravis.org)
Les Violons du Roy with Jeremy Denk, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Soci ety of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)
10 Best of the Eagles, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, $55-$75. (jupitertheatre.org)
Bria Skonberg, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35-$49. (kravis.org)
Clematis by Night: Tasty Vibrations, Waterfront Commons, West Palm Beach, free. (wpb.org)
West Boca Theatre Company presents The God of Isaac, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, also March 12, 13, 17, 19, $30-$40. (levisjcc.org)
11 Odyssey Road: Tribute to Journey, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, $66-$120. (jupitertheatre.org)
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the gardens conservancy presents Gardens in the
Enjoy the best of Abbey Road at Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles at the Kravis Center’s Dreyfoos Hall March 3.
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Sam Morril, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to March 13, $25-$35. (palmbeachimprov.com)
12 Christine Andreas presents “Piaf: No Regrets,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $45-$55. (kravis.org)
Stephanie J. Block presents “Believe,” Maltz Ju piter Theatre, $66-$500. (jupitertheatre.org)
13 Nicole Henry presents “I Wanna Dance with Somebody: The Songs of Whitney Houston,” Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $45-$50. (artsgarage.org)
Trio con Brio Copenhagen, Gubelmann Audito rium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)
Yellow Brick Road: Elton John Tribute, Maltz Ju piter Theatre, $55-$65. (jupitertheatre.org)
15 Chris Botti, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $29-$110; also March 23, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $62. (kravis.org; sunrisetheatre.com)
Sheléa presents “Natural Woman: A Night of
Soul,” Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52; also March 19, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $39-$49. (lyrictheatre.com; kravis.org)
16 Gabriela Montero, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)
Nimesh Patel, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $30. (palmbeachimprov.com)
17 The Doo Wop Project, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)
Zlatomir Fung and Rohan de Silva, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, West Palm Beach, $75. (cmspb.org)
18 Deathtrap, Delray Beach Playhouse, to April 3, $38. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)
Diana Burco, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (kravis.org)
Finnegan Blue, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $40$45. (artsgarage.org)
Miami City Ballet presents Jewels, Dreyfoos Hall,
Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 20, $30$189. (kravis.org)
Rosebud Baker, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, also March 19, $22. (palmbeachimprov.com)
19 A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also March 20, $55-$70. (lynn.edu)
Music by Women Composers: From Pioneers to the Present, Stiller Auditorium, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $10-$15. (norton.org)
The Seth Rosenbloom Band, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$35. (artsgarage.org)
20 Brooklyn Rider with Avi Avital, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)
Helen Miller, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$35. (artsgarage.org)
Pinky Patel, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $25-$50. (palmbeachimprov.com)
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THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRELOCATION:
JUPITER, FL 33477
All people wish to be heard and seen for exactly who they are without question or compromise. Artists are uniquely capable of visually capturing and communicating their emotions and essence through their work. This exhibition will include artists who identify as LGBTQ+ as well as artists whose work interrogates issues of rights, representation, and the lived experience of LGBTQ+ individuals.
Presented in collaboration with artist Jose Alvarez.
Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building
601 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460
Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 5 p.m. Free and open to the public
Generously sponsored by:
the Council’s mission to grow arts and culture in Palm Beach County
Daydreaming (detail) , 2020, Oil on linen, 16 x 20 inches
Start Me Up: A Tribute to The Rolling Stones at Sunday on the Waterfront, Currie Park, West Palm Beach, free. (wpb.org)
21 Malevo, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State Col lege, Lake Worth, $45. (palmbeachstate.edu)
22 Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Strings Attached,” First Presbyterian Church of North Palm Beach; also March 23, Community Church of Vero Beach; March 25, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $30$65. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, to April 10, $66-$120. (jupitertheatre.org)
23 Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents “Stars of Vienna,” Gubelmann Audito rium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)
Omer Quartet, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, $35. (palmbeachstate.edu)
Renny, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $25. (palmbeachimprov.com)
25 D.L. Hughley, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to March 27, $40-$50. (palmbeachimprov.com)
Four Children: Genocide in Their Own Words, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 27, $35. (kravis.org)
Garage Queens: Fabulous, Fierce, and Fas cinating, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$40. (artsgarage.org)
Martha Graham Dance Company, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, also March 26, $49. (palmbeachstate.edu)
Palm Beach Opera presents The Merry Widow, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 27, $25-$255. (kravis.org)
The Wizard of Oz, Lake Worth Playhouse, to April 10, $35-$75. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)
26 Dr. Gianni Bianchini Piano Trio, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $40-$45. (artsgarage.org)
27 Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
presents An American in Paris, Gubelmann Audi torium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30 (fourarts.org)
Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$40. (artsgarage.org)
The Symphonia presents “Music in Bloom,” Roberts Theater at Saint Andrew’s School, Boca Raton, $50-$84. (thesymphonia.org)
28 Simply Sinatra with Matt Dusk, Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, $39. (palmbeachstate.edu)
29 Jewish Voices, The Great Hall, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $30-$40. (norton.org)
30 Danish String Quartet, Gubelmann Audito rium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)
Warsaw Philharmonic, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Cen ter, West Palm Beach, $35-$89. (kravis.org)
31 Alan Cumming, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center,
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West Palm Beach, $25-$100. (kravis.org)
Nick Swardson, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to April 2, $35. (palmbeachimprov.com)
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach. “The Animal Paintings of Helmut Koller,” to March 27; “Art ist in Residence: Bradley Theodore” and “Forms + Figures,” both to June 30. (ansg.org)
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. “Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition,” March 11 to April 24. (armoryart.org)
Boca Raton Museum of Art. “Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru,” to March 6. (bocamuseum.org)
Cox Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach. “Earth Matters: Rethnk the Future,” to May 8. (coxsciencecenter.org)
Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, Lake Worth Beach. “Izel Vargas,” to March 5; “Dorotha Lemeh,”
March 11 to April 23. “Being Heard, Being Seen,” to April 9; “Environmental Photography Show,” to April 15 (palmbeachculture.com)
Esther B. O’Keeﬀe Gallery, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach. “In a New Light: American Impression ism 1870-1940, Works from the Bank of America Collec tion,” to April 16. (fourarts.org)
Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach. “Ptolemy Mann,” March 3 to May 3; “Ronnie Landﬁeld,” to March 6; “John Ferren,” to April 2. (ﬁndlaygalleries.com)
Historical Society of Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach. “From Houses to Hospitals: Improving Health Care in the 1920s,” to July. (pbchistory.org)
Holden Luntz Gallery, Palm Beach. “Studies in Light: Garry Fabian Miller and Jean-Baptiste Huynh,” to March 26. (holdenluntz.com)
Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art, Tequesta. “Paper Alchemy,” “Ray Gross Pop Art Sculpture,” and “Warhol! Warhol! Warhol!,” to March 23; “Mini Radical Jewelry Makeover,” to March 24; “Ninth Annual Plein Air Festival,” March 27 to April 2. (lighthousearts.org)
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Join Mark Badgley and James Mischka for Culture & Cocktails at The Ben March 7.
COURTESY BADGLEY MISCHKA
Degrade magnolia ﬂower caftan ($3,290), Oscar de la Renta, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, oscardelarenta.com; dark green Grainy JC logo pattern mix combat boots ($1,195), Jimmy Choo, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, jimmy choo.com; Maxi Loop Contessa bead earrings ($490), Carolina Herrera, carolinaherrera.com
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach. “Painting Enlightenment: Experiencing Wisdom and Compassion Through Art and Science,” to March 27. (morikami.org)
Mounts Botanical Garden, West Palm Beach. “Sean Kenney’s Nature POP! Art with Lego Bricks,” to May 1. (mounts.org)
Mtn Space Gallery, Lake Worth Beach. Tara Booth,” to April 3. (mtnspace.com)
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. “Saul Steinberg: A Writer Who Draws,” to March 6; “Dürer, Rembrandt, and Picasso: Three Masters of the Print” and “A Remarkable Gathering: The Fisher Landau Family Collection,” both March 13 to Sept. 11; “Origin Stories: Photography of Africa and its Diaspora,” to March 20; “Calder BMW Art Car,” to April 24; “From Hassam to Wyeth: Gifts from Doris and Shouky Sha heen,” to May 1; “Transcending Boundaries: Chinese Women Painters from Dynastic Times to the Modern Era,” to May 29; “Jane Peterson: Impressions of Light and Water,” to June 12; “The Howard and Judie Ganek Collection,” to Sept. 25; Beaching the Boat (Afternoon Light) by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, to June 25, 2023 (norton.org)
Resource Depot, West Palm Beach. “Fourth Annual Waste to Wonder Exhibition,” to March 26. (resource depot.org)
Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton. “Thomas Hartmann: Everything Meets,” to March 5; “Juraj Kol lár: En Plein Air,” March 8 to May 28. (rosenbaum contemporary.com)
The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum. “First Responders,” to March 31. (bocahistory.org)
Vero Beach Museum of Art. “Martin Puryear: Print maker,” to April 3; “Vero Collects: Hidden Treasures Revealed,” to May 15. (vbmuseum.org)
Printed muslin dress ($4,100), cape ($3,550), Chanel, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, chanel. com; Viv’ Ranger black patent leather lace-up boots with metal buckles ($2,050), Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com
Flower-embellished dress with ruﬄe sleeves ($19,000), Valentino, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, valentino.com; Maxi Loop Contessa bead earrings ($490), Carolina Herrera, carolina herrera.com
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Floral print silk top ($1,000), pajama shirt with feather trim ($3,500), shorts ($1,900), Valentino, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, valentino.com; Maxi Loop Contessa bead earrings ($490), Carolina Herrera, carolinaherrera.com
Pink dress with zipper detail ($2,740), black leather belt ($1,690), tread slick boots ($750), Alexander McQueen, alexandermcqueen.com
Postcard midi dress with ﬂower appliqués ($2,650), Zimmermann, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, zimmermann.com; dark green Grainy JC logo pattern mix combat boots ($1,195), Jimmy Choo, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, jimmychoo.com
Floral lurex jacquard jacket ($5,245), jacquard pants ($1,395), Dolce & Gabbana, dolcegabbana.com
Ruﬄe cutout blazer ($5,400), double-pleated trousers ($1,360), Alexander McQueen, Saks Fifth Avenue, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The
Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, Town Center at Boca Raton, saksﬁfthavenue.com; Viv’ Go thick-soled loafers with metal buckles ($1,195), Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com
Ruﬄe oﬀ-the-shoulder midi dress ($2,500), Giam battista Valli, Saks Fifth Avenue, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, Town Center at Boca Raton, saksﬁfth avenue.com; Preppy Viv’ black patent leather Chelsea booties with metal buckles and side stitching ($1,395), Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com.
Ruﬄe cropped jacket ($3,850), leather midi skirt ($4,650), Alexander McQueen, Saks Fifth Av enue, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, Town Center at Boca Raton, saksﬁfthavenue.com; Viv’ Go thick-soled loafers with metal buckles ($1,195), Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com
Crystal-embellished dotted-tulle gown ($4,050), Jenny Packham, Marissa Collections, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, marissacollections. com; Viv’ Go thick-soled loafers with metal buck les ($1,195), Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com
Gold and silver sequin dress with collar ($650), Badgley Mischka, Esplanade, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach
Puﬀ-sleeve belted cocktail dress ($595), Badgley Mischka, Esplanade, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach
Strapless midi dress with bow ($3,695), Monique Lhuillier, Saks Fifth Avenue, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, Town Center at Boca Raton, saksﬁfthavenue.com
Animal print silk shirt ($990), wide-legged palazzo pants ($1,990), Carolina Herrera, Saks Fifth Avenue, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, Town Cen ter at Boca Raton, saksﬁfthavenue.com; Naplack loafers with crystal embellishments ($850), Jimmy Choo, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, jimmychoo.com
High-low asymmetrical gown with embroidered trim ($650), Badgley Mischka, Esplanade, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach; Viv’ Go thick-soled loafers with metal buckles ($1,195), Roger Vivier, roger vivier.com
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Artists including Kathleen Denis (above) will paint alfresco during the Lighthouse ArtCenter’s Ninth Annual Plein Air Festival, March 27 to April 2.
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WHO: Figue and Getty Images WHAT: Slim Aarons: Style book signing and shop ping event WHERE: Private residence, Palm Beach
LIZ NGE, BETTINA ANDERSON
ELISABETH MUNDER, SARAH WETENHALL
JONATHAN ADLER, DAPHNE OZ, LIZ NGE
PINK TIE GUYS
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WHO: Promise Fund of Florida WHAT: Pink Tie Guys Reception WHERE: Club Colette, Palm Beach
MANMEET AHLUWALIA, NANCY BRINKER, MINESH MEHTA
JOHN AND DIANE SCULLEY
JULIE CUMMINGS, URIE SILVERS
TOM ESPARZA, MATT MERCER
FRANK CHOPIN, TOM QUICK
BILL AND NANCY ROLLNICK
DAVID DODSON, MICHAEL DENNIS
HOWARD KESSLER, DAN PONTON
ELLEN LEVY, PAULETTE KOCH
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Suits for Seniors WHAT: Fall Graduation WHERE: William T. Dwyer High School, Palm Beach Gardens; Palm Beach Lakes High School, West Palm Beach
CLASS OF 2021 WHO:
L BAKER PHOTOGRAPHY; T KING DESIGNS
WILLIAM T. DWYER HIGH SCHOOL’S SUITS FOR SENIORS GRADUATING C SS
XAVIER SCOTT, COACH ROLLE
JERVONTE EDMONDS, ROBERT NE
SAMUEL SYDRAS, WILLIAM OMAHEN, ANTONIO ASHBY, ROBERT NE
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