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Naples Illustrated

Naples Illustrated July/August 2106

An expertly curated, luxuriously produced compendium of all things Naples, Naples Illustrated brings to life personalities and takes you inside the exclusive homes, parties and interests of the world’s most affluent and influential people.

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United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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summer breeze

Our small town has long been considered a top destination for luxury vacationers. Although there is little doubt we already live in paradise, the carefree days of summer are always ripe for travel. Whether you’re a world explorer or prefer to hit the open road bound for destinations within driving distance, we have you covered. In our annual “Road Trip,” beginning on page 46, we take you on a journey that hopscotches a half dozen states in the Southeast for a sampling of some of the best luxury destinations. Closer to home, we also traverse the Sunshine State’s many resort gems from Sunset Key to Palm Beach, then to Orlando and Tampa-St. Petersburg before making the drive up to Amelia Island for a dose of rustic charm. Oenophiles looking for a more…

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recipe RED, WHITE, AND BLUE The Fourth of July is upon us, and Americans are breaking out picnic baskets and planning summer parties. For a patriotic dish full of fresh Florida flavors, whip up this colorful arugula, berry, and citrus salad courtesy of chef Justin Timineri and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Ingredients (serves 4) 16 oz. arugula, rinsed and drained 1 lemon, juiced 1 tbsp. olive oil 12 strawberries, rinsed, hulled, and sliced 1 cup blueberries 2 oranges, peeled and segmented 8 oz. goat cheese, crumbled Candied pecans for garnish Sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste In a medium-sized mixing bowl, add arugula, lemon juice, and olive oil. Lightly toss the arugula to coat and season with salt and pepper. Place an even amount of the dressed arugula in the center of four chilled plates and add…

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in focus

NAPLES BOTANICAL GARDEN WHAT: FOOLIN’ AROUND IN THE GARDEN WHO: GUESTS WHO ENJOYED DINNER, DANCING, AND ENCHANTING ENTERTAINMENT TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE GARDEN WHERE: NAPLES BOTANICAL GARDEN. THE EVENT WAS SPONSORED BY NAPLES ILLUSTRATED. THE SHELTER FOR ABUSED WOMEN & CHILDREN WHAT: THE OLD BAGS LUNCHEON HANDBAG AUCTION, PLUS A FASHION SHOW PRESENTED BY SAKS FIFTH AVENUE WHO: CHAIR KIRSTEN FERRARA AND SUPPORTERS OF THE SHELTER WHERE: THE RITZ-CARLTON GOLF RESORT, NAPLES. THE EVENT WAS SPONSORED BY NAPLES ILLUSTRATED. LEE MEMORIAL HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATION WHAT: WILD ABOUT KIDS GALA WHO: HONORARY CHAIR JANET COHEN AND GUESTS SUPPORTING THE GOLISANO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WHERE: NGALA WILDLIFE PRESERVE. THE EVENT WAS SPONSORED BY NAPLES ILLUSTRATED.…

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blues power

The founder of the eponymous Betty Fox Band(bettyfox.net) fills the stage with smoky notes and a sultry presence, energizing crowds with smooth, powerful vocals. Born into a musical family, the Tampa native discovered her passion at an early age. Fox’s grandparents traveled around to churches with their kids, singing gospel hymns. Later, the family gathered around the piano every Sunday to sing harmonies, a tradition they continue now on holidays. The group hits the Watkins Lawn for the fourth time at SummerJazz on the Gulf August 20 at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club. (naplesbeachhotel.com) NI: What’s cool about playing at SummerJazz? Fox: For one, the view is incredible. It’s also neat the way they have it set up. Most of the crowd sits in lawn chairs, but by the end…

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giving back: crafting a better community

Once Tom Riley secured a loan to build a new 12,000-square-foot facility six years after starting the Thomas Riley Artisans’ Guild, he began looking for ways to give back to the community. He was out at breakfast one day in 1997, talking about that very thing, when a teacher from East Naples Middle School happened to overhear. She tapped him on the shoulder and said, “I’ve got something you can do.” As a result of that chance encounter, Riley began bringing troubled teens into his woodworking company to learn about the trade. Thousands have come through the doors since then, and many have completed their own projects alongside master craftsmen. “I was blessed with a loving background, so it was an easy choice to work with those kids,” Riley says. His sons,…

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coco loco

We’re not exaggerating when we say coconut is a beauty cure-all. It’s hydrating, healing, calming, and nourishing. Some of our favorite ways to incorporate coconut in a beauty regimen: Coconut Revolution Organic Coconut Oil Beauty, a natural moisturizer and conditioner ($10, coconutrevolution.com.au); EmerginC Scientific Organics coconut-argan body oil ($54, emerginc.com); Artisan Skin coconut body scrub with real coconut flakes ($22, artisanskinrevolution.com); Truly’s Creamsicle natural deodorant with an organic coconut oil base ($10, trulysnaturaldeodorant.com); Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus foaming milk and body wash ($9, Bed Bath & Beyond); and Pré de Provence pure coconut soap ($7.50, thefrenchybee.com).…