An avenue of ancient live oaks, their branches clothed in resurrection ferns and Spanish moss, leads to the two-story brick house that is the heart of Mulberry Plantation. Built in 1714 by royal governor Colonel Thomas Broughton, the third oldest house in South Carolina is situated on a high bluff overlooking the former rice …
Month: March 2018
Martha Stewart and co-author Kevin Sharkey hosted a luncheon at Christie’s on March 8 to celebrate their new book, and preview the Peggy and David Rockefeller Collection.
It’s a good time to be Gil Walsh. This spring, her design firm will move into a new office on Palm Beach’s antique row, where it will be in good company with favorite shopping destinations—like Mecox Gardens, James & Jeffery Antiques, and Heath & Company, to name a few
The JW Marriott Venice Resort and Spa will host Europe’s first ever Food & Wine festival May 3 through 6.
In the span of 40 years (from the early 1930s to ’70s), Norman Norell helped reshape American fashion, creating pieces that were both beautiful and comfortable—a duality that was largely unavailable to women of that era. Now, nearly 50 years after his death, Norell is having a moment.
Some girls love horses, others love fashion—and many love both. Luckily, there’s Free x Rein, a sleek new clothing line perfect for all of them. Created for women by women, Free x Rein is the brainchild of entrepreneurs and horse enthusiasts Andrea Hippeau Vogel and Dana Schwartz.
When you come across Charlotte Kellogg’s boutique in charming Via Amore along Worth Avenue, the story behind the clothing is as beautiful as the pieces themselves—luminous silks in easy-to-wear styles, staple pants, one-of-a-kind cashmere scarves and cocktail accessories that are exotic and fit the Palm Beach lifestyle effortlessly.