Leta Foster is offering up her Palm Beach elegance to the world. How so, you ask? Her new venture, PREtty FABulous Rooms, offers rooms with a pre-arranged set of staples, designed by Foster herself. “People will buy an expensive house and then run out to the store to get everything, and it’s all made in China,” Foster says, explaining her inspiration for launching PREtty FABulous Rooms. “This way, people can get it done quickly but everything is the same quality as if you hired a designer.”
Month: December 2018
They look as if they might be taking a cue from the Georges Seurat painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte: the umbrellas, the hats, the modesty-minded skirts sweeping the ground. Here, in a black-and-white photograph of bathers captured sometime between 1900 and 1915 along the Palm Beach shoreline, it’s …
In 2015, Jupiter Medical Center launched their historic $300 million Vision. Innovation. Impact. campaign to secure the philanthropic support it would need to deliver the region’s highest quality healthcare so patients wouldn’t have to seek care elsewhere. More than halfway to that goal, Jupiter Medical Center is opening a staggering six new facilities and programs in 2019: Comprehensive Stroke Center, Timothy & Jayne Donahue Cardiac Surgery Program, Mastroianni Pediatric Emergency Department, Five Story Patient Tower with the Level II De George NICU, Anderson Family Cancer Institute, and James J. Felcyn & Louise Brien Felcyn Observation Unit.
When Tim Barton and Douglas Gray cofounded Barton & Gray Mariners Club in 2006, the duo envisioned the company’s membership, which offers unlimited access to a fleet of crewed yachts throughout the Eastern seaboard, as an alternative yachting experience for boat enthusiasts. While many experienced sailors came aboard, Barton and Gray quickly learned that the boating industry was leaving a lot of consumers behind.
A London mainstay for the past decade, the Connaught Bar in Mayfair decided to commemorate its 10th anniversary with a gin of its very own. Blended and bottled in house, the spirit is the brain child of mixologist Agostina Perrone and combines traditional gin methods with a character all of its own.
For that person who has everything, consider a gift with meaning, and a handmade touch. Urban Zen founder Donna Karan is teaming up with the International Folk Art Market (IFAM) for a multi-dimensional and multi-cultural holiday marketplace. The holiday collaboration is an exciting evolution in the partnership between IFAM and Urban Zen, which worked together this past summer to highlight a group of artisans at the annual Santa Fe Folk Art Market. Karan has been a huge supporter of IFAM and international artists.
The hottest holiday parties in New York and Boston.