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Palm Beach Illustrated

Palm Beach Illustrated

January 2021

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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United States
Språk:
English
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Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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2 min.
dreaming green

The sustainability conversation is not new, but this year it’s taken on increased urgency. Some of that, no doubt, is due to the pandemic-induced awareness of the world around us, but there’s also a wholesale reevaluation of our practices, on both the personal and business fronts. If you look for it, you’ll find this heightened consciousness everywhere, as more and more industries recognize that green practices are safer for humans and for the planet. Nowhere has this change been more needed than in fashion. It’s no revelation that fashion, particularly the fast variety, is one of the world’s biggest polluters. This year brought about the so-called “fashion pact,” in which a couple dozen houses and retailers pledged to do their part to combat the climate and ocean crises. Some—like Maison de…

1 min.
party pics

HUMOR, HOPE, HEALING WHO: 211 Palm Beach WHAT: 211 Envelope Stuffing Party WHERE: Private residence, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Harking back to classic event hosting, 211 Palm Beach held an open-air Envelope Stuffing Party to personalize invitations to the 211 Virtual Luncheon. Guests donned their finest Palm Beach brights while dining on bespoke packaged dinners. THINK PINK WHO: Promise Fund of Florida WHAT: Mammography Screening Center Grand Opening WHERE: FoundCare, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Prominent members of the breast cancer movement celebrated the grand opening of the Promise Fund’s Mammography Screening Center at FoundCare. VIENNESE AFFAIR WHO: Palm Beach Round Table WHAT: Eighty-ninth annual season kick-off luncheon WHERE: The Mara-Lago Club, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Guests indulged in mimosas alfresco and dined in the White and Gold Ballroom in honor of the cultural organization’s eighty-ninth year and…

1 min.
natural beauty

Brazilian-American watercolor artist Amanda Costa Marino has expressed herself through art since childhood. The Boynton Beach resident now teaches occasional online watercolor workshops from her home studio and recently launched LUA Watercolors, a line of earth-toned watercolors. Her work is inspired by causes she’s passionate about and observations of the natural world; her artistic study of Earth and other celestial bodies has fueled her concerns about climate change. “For the last few years, through comparing Venus and Earth, I’ve become more aware of how fast the earth is changing,” Marino says. “The ground we stand on is in need of help. Earth is always speaking, and it speaks in a visual manner. By observing our surroundings, we can learn to listen to it.” In this vein, some of her collections question our…

1 min.
better year, better you

CHECK IT OFF West Palm Beacher Nicole Kowanetz launched personal-assistant service and household-management firm Palm Beach Poppins when she realized that if she was struggling to juggle her job and homelife obligations then she couldn’t be the only one. Now an expert in checking everything off her to-do list (and yours), Kowanetz shares tips for getting it all done—and making it look easy. (palmbeachpoppins.com) 1 How you put your house to sleep matters. Pick up each night (put blankets away, fluff pillows, clean off the tables, put dishes away) to help mornings feel less rushed. 2 If keeping up with laundry is hard for your household, try doing one small load a day so it doesn’t pile up and get overwhelming. 3 Assign easy-to-forget tasks (like changing air/water filters or administering your dog’s heartworm…

1 min.
good morning

After a complicated pregnancy and battle with postpartum depression, business strategist, speaker, and Lake Worth Beacher Tiffany Lanier realized that taking time each morning to process all she was facing was vital to her growth and healing. This led her to establish The Morning Shift Co., with the goal of helping others revolutionize how they begin their days. PBI caught up with Lanier to discuss her advice for starting the day right. (themorningshift.co) PBI: What does a healthy morning routine look like? Lanier: One that is nourishing, meaningful, and centered around activities that are supportive of the specific season of your life. This looks different for everyone; there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to morning routines. Why is the way you start your day so important? We have a responsibility to humanity and the planet…

1 min.
it’s electric

Florida Power & Light Company, headquartered in Juno Beach, is taking full advantage of the Sunshine State’s namesake resource. Across Florida, FPL has 14 universal solar energy centers under construction simultaneously, adding approximately 4.1 million solar panels to the state. The Hibiscus Solar Energy Center, which recently began powering Westlake homes, was the first in the county; the Sabal Palm Solar Energy Center is in the works next door. FPL aims to power your car, too. Upon completion, EVolution fast-charging stations—recently installed at Mainstreet at Midtown (Palm Beach Gardens) and Florida’s Turnpike Service Plaza (West Palm Beach)—will allow drivers to recharge every 50 miles along major corridors. (fpl.com) HARNESS THE SUN THE NEED-TO-KNOW BASICS OF AT-HOME SOLAR • According to EnergySage, the average solar installation in Palm Beach County costs between $11,000 and…