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Palm Beach Illustrated

Palm Beach Illustrated

April 2020

An expertly curated, luxuriously produced compendium of all things Palm Beach, Palm Beach 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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Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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palm beach illustrated

Editor in Chief Daphne Nikolopoulos Creative Director Olga M. Gustine Executive Editor Mary Murray Senior Editor Liz Petoniak Fashion Editor Katherine Lande Wine & Spirits Editor Mark Spivak Lifestyle Editor Liza Grant Smith Automotive Editor Howard Walker Travel Editor Paul Rubio Editorial Assistant Abigail Duffy DESIGN Senior Art Director Ashley Meyer Art Directors Airielle Farley, Jenny Fernandez-Prieto Digital Imaging Specialist Leonor Alvarez-Maza CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Judy Martel, Nick Murray, Emily Pantelides, Skye Sherman CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Nick Mele, Robert Nelson SOCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Tracey Benson, Janis Bucher, CAPEHART, Davidoff Studios, Jacek Gancarz, Corby Kaye’s Studio Palm Beach, LILA Photo, Paulette Martin and Amy Meister CUSTOM PUBLISHING Editor, Palm Beach Custom Content Jason Davis Editor, Naples Custom Content Cathy Chestnut Publisher Terry Duffy ADVERTISING Associate Publisher Deidre Wade, 561-472-1902, dwade@palmbeachmedia.com Account Managers Melissa Zolin Schwartz, 561-472-1922, mschwartz@palmbeachmedia.com; Dina Turner, 561-472-2201, dturner@palmbeachmedia.com Marketing Manager Shalyn Ormsby, 239-298-7512, sormsby@palmbeachmedia.com Advertising Services Coordinator Ashley Fleak PRODUCTION Production Director Selene M. Ceballo Production Manager Brian Beach Digital Pre-Press Specialist George Davis Digital Production Coordinator Kassandre Kallen Advertising Design Coordinators Anaely J. Perez Vargas, Jeffrey Rey OPERATIONS Chief…

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the spice of life

A couple of months ago, after waiting two weeks to get a reservation, I had dinner at Swifty’s, a little slice of Manhattan transplanted at The Colony. The place was absolutely packed with A-listers and chic up-and-comers mingling over designer meatloaf, and it struck me: Our dining scene is at least as exciting as that of far bigger metro areas and known foodie destinations. If you have doubt, check out this month’s cross-county “Epicurean Excursion.” From north to south and everywhere in between, we highlight our favorite restaurants, hidden gems worth discovering, and buzz-worthy breweries. Writer Nick Murray serves up enough fodder to inspire several foodie road trips and keep your taste buds entertained for weeks. Turn to page 86 for the full scoop. If brunch is on your list of musts…

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party pics

THE WINTER BALL WHO: Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County WHAT: The Winter Ball WHERE: The Breakers, Palm Beach HIGH-LIGHTS: In addition to a concert by club members and entertainment courtesy of Bob Merrill, the evening also included a moving speech by Youth of the Year Kalayah Samuels. LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA GALA WHO: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society WHAT: EPIC Gala WHERE: The Breakers, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: An unforgettable speech by the evening’s Honored Hero, T.J. Light, made the elegant event’s exclusive auction, dinner, and live entertainment even sweeter for guests. OLD BAGS LUNCHEON WHO: Center for Family Services WHAT: Old Bags Luncheon WHERE: The Breakers, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: The twenty-first annual event’s 500 attendees mingled and bid on designer handbags to benefit the organization’s mission to provide accessible behavioral health and education…

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PALETTE Pleaser In wine is truth—and a door to creative expression if the popularity of the paint-and-wine concept is any indication. In our screen-saturated society, the draw of a hands-on activity paired with real-life mingling proves inviting. “I’m a product of this trend,” says Jennifer Hernandez, who founded Wellington’s Art Cellar in 2014. “I used to be a high school math teacher and I started going to a pottery-painting place as a form of social therapy. It’s such a positive way to spend the evening or afternoon. You have a little wine, socialize, create, and tap into a whole part of yourself that you might’ve not explored since you were a child.” A break from digital domination, paint-and-sip spots pair analog interactions and guided instruction with wine—or “creative juices,” as Hernandez calls them.…

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music man

PBI touches base with Grammy-winning, chart-topping trumpeter, musician, and composer Chris Botti ahead of his performance at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach April 21. (kravis.org) PBI: What can audiences expect from your show? Botti: It’s super fun to come back to what I affectionately call Carnegie Hall South. … I’ve sort of made it my passion in life to curate a Rubik’s Cube of an all-star band. So, we’re bringing some brand-new members to the Kravis Center, really showcasing this incredible group of mine and letting the audience witness something you just don’t see in modern-day music. … Everything has its place to envelop a whole night of music that crosses over so many different genres. What do you look forward to most when performing? I love to see the audience moved.…

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boutique renaissance

As online shopping became the norm, many industry insiders forecasted the fall of retail. But in Palm Beach County, brick-and-mortar stores continue to emerge and thrive, even in our digital age. With the consumer climate driving online commerce, boutiques like Lola Dré secure the longevity of shopping local by providing an experience unmatched online. A team of women with backgrounds in corporate and retail—and a shared love of shopping—Lorry Rahman, André Arceneaux, and Lauren Murray opened Lola Dré in Jupiter’s Harbourside Place in late 2019, presenting an upscale shopping experience with a range of hand-selected contemporary pieces. They were later joined by creative director and partner Maria Brogna. “We’re online shoppers ourselves, but there are a lot of hassles that come along with that—not being able to see, feel, or touch the…