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Veranda Jan/Feb 2019

VERANDA is a forum for the very best in living well. Always gracious, and never pretentious, we keep readers abreast of the finest in design, decorating, luxury travel, and more, inspiring them with beauty and elegance. VERANDA is both an ideas showcase and a deeply pleasurable escape, a place where homes feel as good as they look.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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creative class

BETH RUDIN DEWOODY’S FAVORITE THINGS 1. ROLEX COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA “A vintage model with a green face that I found in Alaska.” rolex.com. 2. ROSENTHAL À LA CARTE ORIGAMI SOUP BOWL “I mix and match the dinnerware I have, like these quirky white pieces.” replacements.com. 3. NEW YORK PAINTING AND SCULPTURE: 1940–1970 CATALOG “The Met exhibit that spawned my love of contemporary art.” nypl.org. 4. KJAER WEIS THE BEAUTIFUL OIL “A clean, organic beauty brand.” barneys.com. 5. GUCCI HAINSE SEQUIN SANDAL “I’ll pull these out for a big night.” bg.com. 6. SHIP IN A BOTTLE PENDANT “One of artist Yinka Shonibare’s necklaces that I have my eye on.” louisaguinnessgallery.com. 7. KARLA COLLETTO SWIMSUIT “Her swimwear fits so well.” shopbop.com. 8. THE BUNKER ARTSPACE “We’re launching a website to make booking easier.” 9. PEDRO FRIEDEBERG HAND CHAIR “I’m a devoted collector.”…

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sunshine state

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shore thing

mish Tworkowski loves Palm Beach. The jeweler is a sponsor of the Palm Beach Preservation Foundation and recently bought a house in town with his partner, Joseph Singer. “The whole place inspires me,” Tworkowski says. The city also sparked his latest collection of breezily elegant goods that dress up or down with ease. There are large-scale gold starfish earrings delicately limned with diamonds; simpler scallop shells with diamond-studded French hooks; a jingly charm bracelet dangling with sparkling pendants. All are meant to be mixed at a whim: “The world is so casual these days,” he says. “It’s more sophisticated not to be matchy-matchy. Modern women don’t want a full parure.” mishnewyork.com. PORTRAIT, WATERCOLORS: COURTESY OF MISH NEW YORK; JEWELRY: PAMELA COOK/STUDIO D…

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style field notes

SHARP FOCUS Palm Beach photographer Nick Mele, who grew up among the society set in Newport, Rhode Island, is a natural chronicler of the winter resort town’s denizens. Infused with a Wes Anderson–like whimsy, his portraits and lifestyle images provide a level of intimacy only an insider would have. Dip into his charm-soaked Instagram feed (@a.social.life) for a look at why the cognoscenti are calling him a modern-day Slim Aarons. FINE PRINT Devotees of Goyard leather goods now have more to love. The firm’s accessories line has expanded to include stackable bracelets, bags in new colorways, and chic espadrilles, all embellished with the label’s signature motif—perfect for a breezy weekend away! PAST PERFECT Alixe Laughlin’s Cabana Vintage brand is a purveyor of clothing in a stylishly specific vein: resort wear from the 1960s and ’70s…

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viewpoint

WELCOME YOUR NEW FAVORITE ROOM Elfa Décor from The Container Store takes your custom closet to the next level with gorgeous wood shelves, drawers and trim in a variety of finishes. And right now, it’s 30% off. Sale ends 2/26. containerstore.com/elfa MIA BY CARLO CRACCO Scavolini has partnered with one of the most renowned names in Italian cuisine, to create the collection MIA by Carlo Cracco. Bringing a domestic interpretation of the professional kitchen featuring modern day luxuries. www.scavoliniusa.com MINT MUSEUM ROOM TO BLOOM 2018 VERANDA joined the Mint Museum Auxiliary to celebrate the 2018 Spring Symposium, the highlight of the annual Room to Bloom design series. More than 500 guests enjoyed a morning with celebrated tastemaker and designer Mark D. Sikes. The Auxiliary has donated more than $13.8 million to fund art acquisitions and exhibitions at…

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shell chic

shellwork can trace its roots to ancient Greece, where grottoes decorated with the stuff were constructed as shrines to the Muses; the Romans built shell-clad nymphaeums throughout their empire. Flash-forward to the Renaissance: Grottoes resurfaced, along with much else from the classical world. It’s been a series of revivals ever since, especially during the 18th century, when Europeans returning from the Grand Tour spread a rage for shellwork across the Continent. Notable examples exist at estates like Frederick the Great’s New Palace in Germany and the Château de Rambouillet in France. Modern iterations mine that oceanic allure while upping the style ante: See Sarah Ramsey and Claire Ratliff’s recent showstopping powder room for a client in Palm Beach. With a diamond pattern rendered in shells by artisan Thomas Boog, the room…

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