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Contents July/August 2017

features 40 / Coniglio Nation

Staying connected and preserving family rituals ground the Coniglio clan BY LIZA GRANT SMITH

44 / World View

Alex Dreyfoos reflects on a lifetime of travel and photography

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BY DAPHNE NIKOLOPOULOS

54 / Road Trip

Our annual roundup of the best vacation destinations within driving distance BY TERI EVANS, CHELLE KOSTER WALTON, MARY MURRAY, DAPHNE NIKOLOPOULOS,

Our Lady of the Rocks monastery in Montenegro, shot by Alex Dreyfoos on the nation’s first day of independence from Yugoslavia

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departments 10 / From the Editor 12 / Party Pics

The Jupiter Medical Center Foundation transports guests to NYC and FAU hosts an ocean-themed ball

17 / Insider

A numerical guide to Air Force One, travel essentials for any trip, and more hot happenings around Palm Beach

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23 / Style

Casual wear gets a luxe makeover

26 / Sparkle

Sartorial seashells for summer

28 / Shop Local

Set the stage for a posh pool party

31 / Escape

Discover Cartagena, a colorful port city on Colombia’s northern coast

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Ocean-fresh fare at PB Catch, the county’s best prix fixe menus, a beer garden worth visiting in West Palm, and bites from the local dining scene

82 / Pour

Tired of Chardonnay? Cool off with these refreshing alternatives BY MARK SPIVAK

85 / Home

Raise a glass to fabulous dining digs

86 / Elements

Feast your eyes on fine kitchen decor

99 / Balance

Top-notch water bottles deliver haute hydration, brain gain in Palm Beach County, sea-inspired spa treatments, and more

113 / Agenda

BY MARY MURRAY

What to see and do this month

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122 / Seen

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128 / Last Look

Paradise isn’t far from home at Resorts World Bimini

36 / Jet Set

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THOMAS WINTER

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From the Editor

Lawrence Durrell, one of my favorite writers, once observed, “Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.” I’ve always subscribed to that way of thinking, which is what has driven my lifelong passion for exploring places that aren’t on everyone’s radar. Traveling off the beaten path isn’t always easy or comfortable, but it yields great rewards in terms of contemplation and self-reliance. When I saw Alex Dreyfoos’ book, A Photographic Odyssey, I knew he was of a similar mindset. His photos of people, landscapes, and animals from every corner of the globe—even the far-flung ones—portray a desire to capture the essence of a moment before it evaporates in an ever-evolving world. Everyone knows Alex as a brilliant inventor and entrepreneur, as well as the driving force behind such Palm Beach County treasures as the Kravis Center, the Cultural Council, and the School of the Arts that bears his name. What is perhaps less known is that his own artistic capacity is fueled by a taste for adventure: At 85, he remains an active diver, pilot, and photographer. (This summer, he even plans to traverse the Northwest Passage—with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV in hand.) Learn more about Alex’s global experiences, and see the resultant photography, in “World View” on page 44. Touring the Southeast by car may not have the same exotic ring to it, but it can be just as fun, especially for families. There’s a real beauty to traveling together in close quarters and discovering our country through its highways and byways. If that’s on your vacation wish list, check out “Road Trip,” beginning on page 54. Our staff and contributors have driven hundreds of miles to assemble an at-aglance guide to top destinations in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C. Whether you have a predilection for the energy of a city or the mayhem of a rodeo, you’ll find something that interests you in this annual package. Wherever you journey, I hope our travel-themed issue will serve as insight and inspiration.

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LIGHT UP THE NIGHT WHO: JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION WHAT: “A NEW YORK STATE OF MIND” BALL WHERE: THE BREAKERS, PALM BEACH HIGHLIGHTS: THE BIGAPPLE–THEMED BLACK-TIE BALL FEATURED A PERFORMANCE BY CROONER MICHAEL CAVANAUGH. THE EVENT RAISED MORE THAN $900,000 FOR JMC’S COMPREHENSIVE CANCER PROGRAM.

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OCEAN’S EDGE WHO: FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY WHAT: PRESIDENT’S GALA WHERE: FAU STADIUM, BOCA RATON HIGHLIGHTS: THE MARITIME-THEMED GALA CELEBRATED FAU’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO OCEAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. MORE THAN 1,000 GUESTS WERE TRANSPORTED TO THE GILDED AGE OF VINTAGE SHIPS. FUNDS RAISED SUPPORTED STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS.

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THE FLYING WHITE HOUSE

PALM BEACH COUNTY RESIDENTS SAW A LOT OF AIR FORCE ONE THIS YEAR. BUT WHAT LIES INSIDE THIS REMARKABLE AIRCRAFT? HERE, WE TAKE A LOOK AT ITS FEATURES BY THE NUMBERS.

8,000 Air Force One has a range of 8,000 miles when unrefueled. But, it has the ability to be refueled midair, resulting in an unlimited flight range.

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Air Force One measures 4,000 square feet, including three levels and a presidential suite with an office, a bathroom, and a conference room. There’s also an operating room, and a doctor is always onboard.

IT WEIGHS ROUGHLY 833,000 POUNDS WHEN FULLY LOADED.

620 MPH Even at that weight, Air Force One can hit speeds of 620 miles per hour—about 40 mph faster than similar commercial aircrafts.

232 The plane is 232 feet long, 63 feet tall, and has a wingspan of 196 feet.

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There are 85 phones onboard. Some are beige, denoting a secure connection, while others are white and used for unclassified conversations. Between phone calls, staffers can catch up on the news using one of the plane’s 20 TVs.

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The term Air Force One literally refers to any Air Force aircraft carrying the president. For the last half-century, however, it has denoted specific planes designed for the sole purpose of transporting the commander in chief. Currently, Air Force One refers to two custom Boeing 747-200B series airplanes.

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Packing List

This summer, don’t leave home without these haute and handy travel necessities REST EASY It’s time to give jet lag the slip. Philip Stein’s lightweight Sleep bracelets ($395-$425) naturally increase the production of melatonin (the hormone responsible for syncing our sleep-wake cycles), leading to a deeper, more rejuvenating slumber even when adjusting to a new time zone. JR Dunn Jewelers, Lighthouse Point (954-782-5000, jrdunn.com)

STOW AWAY Keep all of your important travel documents in order and looking chic with the Ted Baker Goodman window box wallet ($149), made of leather and comprising passport and boarding pass compartments. (tedbaker.com)

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EAU DE TRAVEL Maison Francis Kurkdjian Paris makes it easy to smell good while on the go with the Baccarat Rouge 540 travel set ($295), composed of a gold travel spray case and five refills of a lovely blend of jasmine, saffron, cedar wood, and ambergris. Neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour (305-865-6161, neimanmarcus.com)

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FLORIDA FEELING Show off your state pride even while lounging at farflung beaches with the Spartina 449 Greetings from Florida beach towel ($39) and the Ame & Lulu Florida Tucket Tote ($70). (spartina449.com); Eye of the Needle, Palm Beach (561-833-4533, ameandlulu.com)

INSTANT INSIDER Discover the best restaurants, hotels, and more no matter where you roam with LUXE City Guides. The LUXE World Grand Tour Box ($189) includes print guides to 12 posh destinations as well as a six-month subscription to each city’s corresponding app. (shop. luxecityguides.com)

EYES WIDE SHUT Not all sleep masks are created equal. The Rikumo Binchotan charcoal eye mask ($26) features a satin front and an organic cotton back lined with fine charcoal powder to help reduce puffiness and under-eye bags. (rikumo.com)


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COURTESY OF THE WEST PALM BEACH ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT

Clara, Hula, part of Canvas

A&E ETC. In November 2014, the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority brought more than 20 cultural organizations in downtown West Palm and Palm Beach together to form the Arts & Entertainment District. Connected by a free trolley, this collection of arts institutions and entertainment venues highlights the area’s vibrant cultural landscape. In May, the DDA took the idea a step further and established a dedicated A&E District nonprofit organization to support and enhance the district’s offerings. DDA officials believe this move will bring more visibility and allow for more external funding to produce arts initiatives, like the popular Canvas Outdoor Museum Show. A&E’s latest project? Dotting downtown with kiosks that dispense short stories. (downtownwpb.com)

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BIG SCREEN SCENE

The summer movie season is polluted with bloated studio productions and redundant blockbusters. Just how many Marvel movies can one take?! We reached out to Charlie Birnbaum, film director and manager at the Stonzek Theatre in Lake Worth, to get the scoop on some under-the-radar flicks to see this season. (561-296-9382, lakeworthplayhouse.org)

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The Beguiled Set during the Civil War, The Beguiled revolves around a Southern boarding school for girls, where the headmistress (Nicole Kidman) takes in an injured enemy soldier (Colin Farrell). Based on a 1966 novel and a 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood, this iteration is director Sofia Coppola’s first attempt at a remake, one that seeks to flesh out the female cast (including Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning) into fully formed characters. A Ghost Story Fresh off his Academy Award win for Manchester by the Sea, Casey Affleck dons a white sheet to play a recently deceased ghost in a lyrical story of loss and longing from director David Lowery. This indie film cost next to nothing to make and takes place almost entirely in one home in Texas, where Affleck returns in his current specter state to attempt to comfort his widow, played by Rooney Mara. Lost in Paris A French-Canadian romp by Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon, Lost in Paris follows a spinster librarian as she travels to Paris to find her elderly aunt. The filmmakers, who also star as the two leads, describe the movie as a burlesque comedy with a simple plot that makes way for scene-stealing performances. After opening to international acclaim in 2016, Lost in Paris will be released in the U.S. this summer. Okja This Netflix film from South Korean director Boon Joon-ho can best be described as King Kong for the new millennium. In this adventure movie, a young girl must save Okja, a massive, mystical animal, from being kidnapped and put on display by a powerful business conglomerate. Okja, which stars Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal, is streaming on Netflix and will also receive a limited theatrical release.

Island Manual THERE’S ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW TO DISCOVER ON PALM BEACH, AND TRAVEL WRITER PAMELA ACHESON MYERS IS HAPPY TO SHARE IT ALL. FOR HER LATEST BOOK, PALM BEACH: A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE ISLAND (TWOMOOSE PRESS, $14.95), MYERS COMPILED A COMPREHENSIVE COMPENDIUM OF EVERYTHING TO DO, SEE, EAT, DRINK, AND BUY ON THE 16-MILE-LONG ISLAND SHE CALLS HOME. BEYOND OUTLINING RESTAURANTS, STORES, AND GALLERIES, SHE ALSO OFFERS TWO WORTH AVENUE BARHOPPING PATHS, A PLETHORA OF WALKING ROUTES, A LIST OF COVETED SPLURGES, AND HER PERSONAL TAKE ON THE PERFECT PALM BEACH DAY. (HINT: IT ENDS WITH S’MORES AT CHEZ L’ÉPICIER.) AN ESSENTIAL READ FOR VISITORS AND LOCALS ALIKE, PALM BEACH: A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE ISLAND IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND, INCLUDING THE CLASSIC BOOKSHOP AND THE PALM BEACH BOOK STORE.


Another First in Cancer Care from Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter Medical Center is the first regional medical center in the country to adopt IBM Watson for Oncology. This new technology gives our world-class cancer team the ability to make more personalized and informed decisions about treatment options for patients. Watson for Oncology can quickly: • Analyze your medical information to help your oncologist better understand your unique attributes • Read the vast and expanding body of medical literature, including millions of pages of medical journals and textbooks • Cross-reference cancer guidelines and best practices to provide personalized, evidence-based treatment options to Jupiter Medical Center cancer experts To learn more, visit jupitermed.com/Watson or call 561-277-0312.

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The athleisure trend is reaching new heights. Following up on Saint Laurent’s roller skate sneakers, creative director Anthony Vaccarello’s stiletto roller skates recall the skating craze of the 1970s and turn sport-inspired fashion on its head. Forget comfort in the Anja Panther sling-back pump roller ($1,995) and Anja Pop Patch pump roller ($1,995)—these skates are all about excessive disco fever style. Read on for more adventurous interpretations of athletic fashion.

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METAL WINNER Embossed aged white metal nylon backpack ($2,900), Chanel, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens

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HANDS FREE GG Marmont matelassé leather belt bag ($1,050), Gucci, Palm Beach, Boca Raton

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SOFT STEPS Crushed stretch velvet sneakers in blonde ($595), Jimmy Choo, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens

JONATHAN SIMKHAI PREFALL 2017 Sporty styles constructed in rich fabrics achieve a highlow look.

MESHING AROUND Fusion sneakers in black mesh embellished with metal flower embroideries ($1,450), Dior, Miami

TIME IT Patravi ScubaTec watch ($5,100), Carl F. Bucherer, Provident Jewelry, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Jupiter

BUCKLE UP Sneaky Viv gray double strass sneakers ($1,395), Roger Vivier, Bal Harbour

GOLD MINE Valentino Garavani Rockstud spike crossbody bag ($1,495), Valentino, Palm Beach

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3 Shell Game Become one with the sea in organic ocean motifs by mary MURRAY 1. REEF LIFE Ippolita coral reef earrings with diamonds set in 18-karat gold, $4,500. Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach, Boca Raton (561-805-6150, 561-4175151, neimanmarcus.com) 2. SWEET SUMMERTIME Conchiglia brooches in turquoise, diamonds, rock crystal, and 18-karat white gold, $17,350, and pink mother-of-pearl, diamonds, rock crystal, and 18-karat white gold, $16,000. Vhernier, Miami (786615-2722, vhernier.it) 3. SANDY SIREN Buccellati Unica necklace with diamonds set in gold and white gold, price upon request. Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach (561-805-6150, neimanmarcus.com) 4. CORAL CRAZE Katy Briscoe earrings with carved coral and 18-karat gold, $12,000. Saks Fifth Avenue locations (877-551-7257, saksfifthavenue.com) 5. TIDAL WAVE Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. shell bracelet with sapphires, emeralds, and diamonds set in platinum and 18-karat gold, price upon request. Tiffany & Co. locations (800-843-3269, tiffany.com) 6. TAN LINES John Hardy Cinta Collection Sumatra ring with a marble cone shell, a blue spinel, and pavĂŠ blue spinels, London blue topaz, and diamonds set in 18-karat gold, $7,900. Special order, Saks Fifth Avenue locations (877551-7257, saksfifthavenue.com) 7. BEACH BUMS Four shell cuff links with faceted sapphire, pink tourmaline, citrine, and peridot set in 18-karat gold, $3,750. Seaman Schepps, Palm Beach (561-802-4410, seamanschepps.com)


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Pool Paradise

Make a splash at your next poolside bash with these entertaining essentials By Liz Petoniak

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FLOAT ON No summer celebration is complete without a fun float. This playful Sunnylife Rose Gold Flamingo Luxe Float ($70) will be the life of the party. P.B. Boys Club, Palm Beach (561-832-9335)

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COLOR STORY Pair Juliska’s Al Fresco Splatter and Spin indigo dinner plates ($20 each) with linen napkins in a contrasting hue, like orange or yellow, for a trendy tablescape. Hive Home, Gift & Garden, West Palm Beach (561-514-0322, hivepalmbeach.com)

STYLISH SIP Ixnay tacky plastic cups. Govino shatterproof, stemless wine glasses ($30 for set of four) resemble fine crystal yet are safe to sip by the pool. Pineapples, Palms, Etc., Jupiter (561-7488303, pinapplespalms.com)

FLAME FACTOR TAKE A DIP Dry off with an ultra-soft Briland Blu emerald tie-dye Turkish cotton towel ($40) that looks just as chic draped over shoulders as it does lounge chairs. Simplicity in Mind, West Palm Beach (561-619-4925, simplicityinmind.com) 28

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Gather around the portable EcoSmart Fire Lighthouse 150 fire pit ($1,131). Place one atop any table, or use multiple to line the pool for a mesmerizing effect once the sun goes down. Excentricities locations (excen tricities.com)

Serve up a signature tipple (may we suggest frosé?) from the tropical Tommy Bahama Island Estate Lanai bar with Weatherstone top (price upon request) to guests who will be sitting pretty atop coordinating swivel counter stools and cushions (price upon request). Island Living & Patio, West Palm Beach (561-683-7373, island livingpatio.com)

SECRETS OF AN EVENT PLANNER Cameron Keating knows nobody throws a pool party like a Palm Beacher. The senior designer at The Special Event Resource and Design Group shares his secrets for pulling off the perfect poolside fête. West Palm Beach (561-686-7757, specialeventresource.com) 1. There’s no reason to spend your inheritance on decor. Introduce small pops of color on your tables by incorporating pineapples or citrus fruits. Or, take Monstera palms from the yard and spray them with orange, yellow, or gold paint. 2. Have fun with food that recalls childhood. Pass frozen daiquiris in hollowed-out pineapples with fun straws, hot dogs and corn dogs, and root beer and orange soda floats and ice cream sandwiches for dessert. Guests of every age will adore you. 3. Nothing replaces live music. If you can’t book Jimmy Buffett, there are many great local bands that will transport guests to paradise for a lot less. Personally, I love a traditional Bahamian steel drum band.

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For more tips from Keating, visit palmbeach illustrated.com/poolparty

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