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Palm Beach Illustrated

Palm Beach Illustrated

April 2021
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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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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
Frequency:
Monthly
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11 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
well and good

Even for those who have long prioritized healthy living, the last year has invited a deeper dive into the more complex folds of well-being. Is it enough to go for a daily run, maintain a sensible diet, and make the occasional attempt to meditate? Or is a lifestyle reset warranted? As so many of us rethink what it means to live well and with purpose, it helps to be inspired by the people who have figured it out. One of those is the indefatigable lawyer Bill Bone, who rises before dawn to begin his considerable fitness routine, which prepares him for intense workdays and a full calendar of cultural and charitable activities. He goes nonstop into the evening, when he often hosts friends at his home for multicourse meals and Symposium-style…

2 min.
party pics

RACE OF HOPE KICK-OFF LUNCH WHO: Hope for Depression Research Foundation WHAT: Race of Hope Drive-by-Lunch WHERE: The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Waves of yellow swept over The Royal as guests took Sant Ambroeus lunches to-go in honor of the organization’s Third Annual Palm Beach Race of Hope. PROMISE FUND MAJOR DONOR DINNER WHO: Promise Fund of Florida WHAT: Major Donor Dinner & Awards WHERE: Private residence, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: The organization hosted an alfresco dinner for steadfast supporters and an award ceremony to honor Ambassador Sheikh Meshal Bin Hamad Al-Tahani and Michele and Howard Kessler for their dedication to ensuring health care for all. TRUNK SHOW FOR CHARITY WHO: Wyld Empire, Ala von Auersperg, and MDVII WHAT: Trunk Show for Charity WHERE: The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: The three luxury brands…

1 min.
art arising

Art aficionados should head to the new District Flats in the Warehouse District to see West Palm Beach’s first public kinetic artwork, Bercade Dudali, and nearby Fatin Dudali. French-American artist and West Palm resident Béju, best known for his playful Dudali characters, says these pieces signify Floridian flora and fauna, the site’s industrial past, and his own mother and siblings. The sculptures came together after months of planning, trips to Miami for 900-pound impact-glass panels, many studio hours, and an arduous installation process. Made of copper plumbing pipes, they are constructed to be site-specific and relatable to the people who share space with them. On-site, the works are introduced by a poem written by the artist. Through his art, Béju aims to illustrate “the power of feigned simplicity,” capturing echoes of body…

2 min.
jungle out there

The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach is leading efforts to revamp Phipps Ocean Park. The $140,000 master plan (which goes to the Palm Beach town council this month for approval) will turn the 18-acre site into a richly terrained destination complete with hillocks, hollows, and hiking trails. The tennis courts, 1886 Little Red Schoolhouse, and beach access will remain, but the redesigned park introduces outdoor event spaces—a great lawn and a gathering area—plus an environment restored to its indigenous glory, enhanced by educational signage throughout. Renowned landscape architect Raymond Jungles is helming the landscaping and will employ 100 percent native plants. Here, Jungles fills us in on what’s to come. (palmbeachpreservation.org) PBI: Describe the vision for the park. Jungles: The vision, initiated by the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach on public land…

1 min.
a sight on south flagler

The Florida iteration of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House has returned for a fourth year, with top designers from 18 firms nationwide descending on West Palm’s SoSo neighborhood to transform a Mediterranean-style waterfront home into the epitome of domestic style. While the number of open designer slots depends on the house size, there are typically 18-25 spaces available each year. Designers apply or are invited to participate, and participation is not granted by vote but by selection, with the committee looking to balance a mix of established and new designers, styles, and geography. “We’ve witnessed the Show House launch design careers, expand a firm’s business to new markets, and draw national media attention to young, talented designers who are just getting started,” says Nazira Handal, Show House director. Following a preview…

1 min.
switching costs

SARAN WRAP Bee’s Wrap ($20 for three), made of beeswax, makes sustainable food storage a cinch. Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach (marinelife.org) STRAW The now infamous plastic straw can easily be replaced by stainless steel ($16 for four), hay ($9 for 100), or bamboo ($10 for two). Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach (marinelife.org) GROCERY BAGS Grocery shopping doesn’t get chicer than this Rani Arabella canvas tote ($595) with hometown pride. The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach (raniarabella.com) WATER BOTTLE A disposable water bottle can’t hold a candle to Yeti’s Rambler bottle with Chug cap ($40). West Palm Beach (yeti.com) TAKEOUT CONTAINER The leak-proof screw-top of W&P’s Porter seal-tight bowl ($25) can replace many a takeout container. Jar the Zero Waste Shop, Stuart (jarzerowaste.com) DEODORANT Instead of plastic, Cleo + Coco natural deodorant bars ($18) are encased in waste-free wax molds. Jar…