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Contents April 2018

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62 / Horse Power

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A professional polo player and an ace race car driver reflect upon a life well wed BY KRISTEN DESMOND LEFEVRE

68 / Head Over Heels

Fall in love with glamorous spring garb PHOTOGRAPHY BY NICK MELE

Tomato and eggplant focaccia pizza at Brick & Barrel, a nominee for Best New Restaurant

76 / Top Tables

The results of PBI and CBS12’s inaugural dining awards

84 / The Spice Route

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18 / Party Pics

Suzanne Somers headlines the Old Bags Luncheon, young friends of the Preservation Foundation host a fête in Pan’s Garden, and more

35 / Insider

Earth Day events across the county, news from the local literary scene, and more hot happenings around Palm Beach

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48 / Vanity

Beauty products that harness the antiaging power of green tea

53 / Escape

Indulge in the ultimate Swiss vacation in Lausanne

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58 / Jet Set

Palm Beacher Kathryn Vecellio offers insight into Monte Carlo

60 / High Road

Silence is golden in the new RollsRoyce Phantom VIII BY HOWARD WALKER

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148 93 / Physician Profiles

A guide to the area’s best doctors across a variety of specialties

131 / Taste

A stellar starting lineup puts 1000 North on the map, Salut Market reinvents the wine-purchasing experience, our editors select their picks for the Palm Beaches’ best pizzas, plus bites from the local dining scene

142 / Pour

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145 / Home

A living room with modern flair and expert tips for remodeling powder rooms for maximum appeal

148 / Elements

Innovative ways to decorate with tile

173 / Balance

True Food Kitchen puts the super in superfoods, dietary swaps to fight inflammation, sunless tanners made easy, and more tips for healthy living

179 / Agenda

What to see and do this month

187 / Seen

Hot parties, beautiful people

192 / Last Look

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I L L U S T R A T E D Publisher Terry Duffy Editor in Chief Daphne Nikolopoulos Creative Director Olga M. Gustine Managing Editor Mary Murray Senior Editor Liz Petoniak Wine & Spirits Editor Mark Spivak Automotive Editor Howard Walker Travel Editor Paul Rubio Fashion Editor at Large Katherine Lande ART Art Directors Airielle Farley, Jenny Fernandez-Prieto, Ashley Meyer Digital Imaging Specialist Leonor Alvarez-Maza CONTRIBUTING WRITERS AND EDITORS Lindsay Lambert Day, Kristen Desmond LeFevre, Judy Martel, Michele Meyer, Sharon Robb, Kerry Shorr, Liza Grant Smith, Mary Yuhas CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Nick Mele, Robert Nelson, Jerry Rabinowitz, Libby Volgyes SOCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Tracey Benson, Janis Bucher, CAPEHART, Davidoff Studios, Jacek Gancarz, Corby Kaye’s Studio Palm Beach, LILA Photo, Paulette Martin and Amy Meister ADVERTISING Senior Account Manager Deidre Wade, 561-472-1902, dwade@palmbeachmedia.com National Account Manager Michelle Farina, 561-472-1906, mfarina@palmbeachmedia.com Account Managers Melissa Zolin Schwartz, 561-472-1922, mschwartz@palmbeachmedia.com; Dina Turner, 561-472-2201, dturner@palmbeachmedia.com Sales and Marketing Integration Manager Shalyn Ormsby, 239-298-7512, sormsby@palmbeachmedia.com PRODUCTION Production Manager Selene M. Ceballo Advertising Design Coordinator Jeffrey Rey Digital Production Coordinator Dallas Holland OPERATIONS Chief Operating Officer Todd Schmidt Process Integration Manager Sue Martel Circulation/Subscriptions Administrator Marjorie Leiva Distribution Manager Judy Heflin IT Technician Josh Copcutt Accounts Receivable Specialist Lourdes Linares CUSTOM PUBLISHING Editor and Director, Custom Content Michelle Lee Ribeiro Editor, Naples Custom Content Carla Evans

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With a little motherly help, Charles Todd has forged a successful career as a mystery writer

Charles Todd and his mother, Caroline Todd, have penned more than 30 books.

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f you’ve seen Charles Todd around Palm Beach but can’t quite place his face, that suits the award-winning author just fine. “Most people can’t remember the photo on the back of a book,” says Todd, who resides in North Palm Beach. “I enjoy my anonymity.” But Todd isn’t the only one on those back covers; he happily splits that space with his mother, Caroline Todd, of Greenville, Delaware. Since 1994, the mother-and-son writing team has coauthored 32 historical mysteries (primarily set in post-WWI England) and more than 20 short stories. The pair has always shared a love of history and mystery (Todd fondly recalls his mother reading Sherlock Holmes adventures to him as a child), and it was Caroline who suggested they collaborate and put these passions to pen and paper. Writing is a second career for both, although Todd cites a familial storytelling tradition to include summer days spent on screened porches listening to his grandfather reminisce and tell tales. Polished manners and a touch of an accent hint at Todd’s early Southern roots but don’t convey his past life as a business consultant and

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operations analyst. He applies this background and knack for logistics to his working relationship with Caroline, whom he affectionately calls the brains behind the books. “I’m glad we didn’t [write together] until I had gone to college, had a successful career, and had lived on my own for quite some time,” Todd explains. “I’ve developed a professional respect and [have seen] a side of my mother I would never have seen had we not gone through this process.” A number of their stories revolve around two characters: Bess Crawford, a WWI battlefield nurse, and Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge. Their latest title, The Gate Keeper (William Morrow, $27), came out in February and follows Rutledge on a quest to uncover the truth behind a puzzling roadside death. The Gate Keeper is the twentieth release in this New York Times– best-selling series. As with all of their books, Todd and his mother worked separately throughout the process. “Even when we’re in the same place, we don’t work in the same room,” he says. “We [each] write a chapter and send it back and forth until we’re both satisfied.” When Todd isn’t writing or traveling to England to research his next project, he and lady friend Dianna Collier spend time on Palm Beach. They attend services at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea and frequent island hot spots like Ta-boo and The Chesterfield. Todd is also a member of The Society of the Four Arts and the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, organizations that speak to his interests in literature and history. And, together with Collier, Todd is pursuing yet another pastime: antiquing. “[We’ve] spent a lot of time antiquing on the island to furnish our new home and lighten my wallet,” he muses. (charlestodd.com) —Mary Thurman Yuhas

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The Palm Beach Book Festival returns this month, with author panels scheduled for April 14 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach. Before heading to the event, augment your library with titles from some of the participating writers. (561-429-4008, palmbeachbookfestival.com) —M.M. Kirstin Chen: A Singapore native, Chen now calls San Francisco home. Gretchen, the main character in Soy Sauce for Beginners, pursues a reverse trajectory, leaving a bad marriage in San Fran to return to her family in Singapore.

Joseph Finder: Dubbed “a master of the modern thriller” by The Boston Globe, Finder has penned many bestselling crime books. His newest work, The Switch, dissects the tangled web one man weaves after accidentally picking up the laptop of a law-breaking senator.

W. Bruce Cameron: Dog lovers will adore the work of W. Bruce Cameron. Told from a pup’s point of view, A Dog’s Purpose spent more than a year on The New York Times best-seller list and was turned into a film in 2017.

DIEGO CAPPELLA

Mira T. Lee: Lee’s debut novel, Everything Here is Beautiful, was met with rave reviews. It chronicles the relationship between two sisters, one of whom suffers from a debilitating mental illness.

Jared Zenni and Hilario Ulloa of Daily Racing Form

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Kwame Alexander: Specializing in children’s literature, Alexander uses hip-hop-inspired poetry to tell the story of basketball-obsessed twins in his 2014 Newbery Award–winning release, The Crossover. His follow-up, Rebound, comes out this month.

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EARLIER THIS YEAR, FORBES TRAVEL GUIDE CROWNED THE PALM BEACHES ONE OF ITS TOP 18 DESTINATIONS OF 2018. KEEPING WITH THE NUMERICAL THEME, WE’VE COMPILED 18 MUST-DO ACTIVITIES FOR ANYONE VACATIONING IN OUR SLICE OF PARADISE. —M.M.

Walk the Four Arts sculpture garden Take a stroll down Worth Avenue Take a selfie at the clock tower Watch the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean Bike the Lake Trail Commune with history at the Flagler Museum Gallery hop at the Norton Museum and the Boca Raton Museum of Art Attend a polo match in Wellington Raise a glass at the RH West Palm rooftop restaurant Relax at the Eau Spa Check out the Canvas murals in West Palm and Lake Worth Bar hop on Atlantic Avenue

Dan Rather: This last author needs no introduction. A lauded journalist and news anchor whose career spans more than a half century, Rather released What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism in November 2017, almost a year to the date of the election of Donald Trump.

Find Zen at the Morikami Kayak the Loxahatchee River See a show at the Kravis Center Cheer on the Owls at Florida Atlantic University Savor a sundae at Serendipity at the Boca Resort Tour the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

MALLET TO MALLET Thundering hooves signal the start of the U.S. Open Polo Championship at the International Polo Club Palm Beach. The 114th edition of the top tournament of the American polo season kicks off April 4 and plays through April 22. A team sponsored by Daily Racing Form will join prior winners Valiente, Audi, and others. An authority on equestrian racing since 1894, Daily Racing Form makes the leap over the rails and onto the polo pitch for the first time. Two-time U.S. Open Polo Championship winner Hilario Ulloa captains the team of rising polo talent that includes Jared Zenni, Mariano Obregon, and Augustin Obregon. Meanwhile, powerhouse Valiente fields a team with the No. 1 and 2 players in the world, Adolfo Cambiaso and Facundo Pieres. (561-282-5334, ipc.coth.com) —Terry Duffy

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After Hannah Cecil Gurney of de Gournay learned Aquazzura designer Edgardo Osorio had her brand’s wallpaper installed in his apartment, the two teamed up for a footwear collaboration that incorporated de Gournay’s hand-painted, tropical chinoiserie. Now in its second collection, the five limited-edition styles present a print of the original artwork, inspired by Osorio’s stockpile of nineteenthcentury botanical illustrations, on aqua blue suede. Featuring lush flora, cranes, monkeys, and butterflies, these shoes ooze old-Florida style. Keep reading for more colorful picks.

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MELLOW YELLOW Nile bracelet bag ($1,690), Chloé, Kirna Zabête, Palm Beach

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CONNECT THE DOTS Multicolor medium shoulder bag ($3,175), Valentino, Palm Beach

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STEP UP Periwinkle patent pumps with metallic buckle ($750), Roger Vivier, Bal Harbour

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