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Naples IllustratedNaples Illustrated

Naples Illustrated

May/June 2019

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
语言:
English
出版商:
Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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naples illustrated

Publisher Kaleigh Grover Editor in Chief Loretta Grantham Creative Director Olga M. Gustine Managing Editor Mary Murray Fashion Editor Katherine Lande Wine & Spirits Editor Mark Spivak Automotive Editor Howard Walker Travel Editor Paul Rubio DESIGN Art Directors Airielle Farley, Jenny Fernandez-Prieto, Ashley Meyer Digital Imaging Specialist Leonor Alvarez-Maza CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Judy Martel, Caroline Ridgway, Kat Smith, Liza Grant Smith, Mary Thurman Yuhas CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Michael Caronchi, Bob and Dawn Davis Photography, Elaine Palladino Photography, Mark Poucher Photography, Audrey Snow Photography SOCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Vicki Baker, Laura Cecil Photography, Vandy Major, John Mancuso, Charlie McDonald Photography, Reagan Rule/Lifetouch ADVERTISING National Account Manager Dee Wade, 561-472-1902, dwade@palmbeachmedia.com Account Managers Kathleen Beuttel, 239-298-7506, kbeuttel@naplesillustrated.com; Meegan Wyatt, 239-298-7511, mwyatt@naplesillustrated.com Marketing Manager Shalyn Ormsby, 239-298-7512, sormsby@naplesillustrated.com PRODUCTION Production Manager Selene M. Ceballo Production Coordinator Brian Beach Advertising Design Coordinator Jeffrey Rey Digital Media Coordinator Dallas Holland OPERATIONS Chief Operating Officer Todd Schmidt Process Integration Manager Sue Martel Circulation/Subscriptions Administrator Marjorie Leiva Distribution Manager Judy…

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elegant individuality

Once upon a time, weddings were as much about rules as romance. There was who sat on what side, who wore what color, who saw whom before the ceremony, and other Emily Post edicts that propelled many a bride into a protocol frenzy. When my oldest sister got married back in the ’70s, someone forgot to put candles in the church fellowship hall, and my horrified mother could barely stand upright in the receiving line from the shame. She would resurrect this oversight for nearly 40 years—“who’s ever heard of a reception without candles?!”—cementing the gravity of nuptial tradition. But that was something old. Today’s couples are embracing and expressing their personal style from savethe-date cards to seating arrangements and from more fashion choices to less cake frosting. We invite you to…

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in focus

THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY WHAT: Bucket List Bash SUPPORTS: Programs and research to save lives, celebrate survivors, and lead the fight against cancer. WHERE: Naples Grande Beach Resort. The event was sponsored by Naples Illustrated. CHAMPIONS FOR LEARNING WHAT: Fifth Annual Night of Champions HONORS: Community members who improve the lives of students through mentoring, leadership, and collaboration with educators. WHERE: Naples Grande Beach Resort. This event was sponsored by Naples Illustrated. HUMANE SOCIETY NAPLES WHAT: Nineteenth Annual Unleash Your Heart Pet Lovers Gala SUPPORTS: Programs to temporarily shelter and find permanent homes for animals, and promote responsible pet ownership. WHERE: LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort, Naples. This event was sponsored by Naples Illustrated.…

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jacket required

“I love a lady’s tuxedo,” says Dominic Lacquaniti. “In a sea of dresses, it shows power and confidence. When a lady walks in wearing a tuxedo, all heads turn.” The son of Rocco’s Tailor Shop founder Rocco Lacquaniti, who opened the Naples business in 1968, the younger Lacquaniti recalls attending a gala with a tuxedo-clad woman years ago and noticing the stir it caused. “She wore it with a white shirt, red lips, and her hair pulled back, and I knew I had something. It was different and elegant, and I could certainly see designing one in white for a bride.” Lacquaniti, who plied his trade in textiles in New York before moving to Naples six years ago to continue the tailoring tradition started by his father, now will be…

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letter perfect

Whether on invitations or menus, embroidered linens or save-the-date cards, the trend with matrimonial monogramming is artistic personalization. “What we’re seeing right now are brides creating what I call a custom crest around one or two initials,” says Laura Melges, owner of Monogram Goods in Naples (monogramgoods.com). “Once I show them this type of thing—that they can include their pet or favorite sport or flowers or whatever’s important to the couple—they’re onboard. We had one couple who loved their dogs and had met on a tennis court, so we had an artist incorporate those elements into their design.” Embellished duograms, which feature either the two first or last initials of the couple, are popular as well. “You can’t use a monogram on a wedding invitation because the couple isn’t married yet,”…

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venues galore

Garden Grandeur Those searching for lush grounds and a dash of historic significance can look no further than Shangri-La Springs. This landmark property in Bonita Springs offers organic dining and will soon be able to host guests in its on-site hotel. Weddings can be held in light-filled indoor spaces or amid verdant outdoor areas comprising the namesake springs, a 95-year-old Mysore Fig tree, and Old Florida architecture. Your celebration will continue with customized meals featuring ingredients from the on-site garden, and conclude with dancing under a canopy of trees and stars. (shangrilasprings.com) Nautical Nuptials In Naples, waterfront weddings are de rigueur. Move from land to sea and exchange vows aboard the Naples Princess. This 105-foot yacht can ferry up to 149 guests around Naples Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, making for a…

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