In this Palm Beach County estate, Foster achieved a timeless design by focusing on one invariable: the ocean view.
Sarah Flint has been redefining luxury footwear since she launched her eponymous shoe collection in 2013 at the age of 25. Tonight, the young designer is serving as chair for The Frick Collection’s Young Fellows Ball. We caught up with Flint before her big evening to find out her pre-event rituals as well as what—and who—she’s wearing.
Palm Beach–based interior designer Jennifer Garrigues’ first love may be design, but art is a very close second. Lucky for her, the universe has been painting her an artful 2018, starting with this month’s Art & Decor showcase for the Cultural Council of Palm Beach. The exhibition pairs leading designers with local artists to create one-of-a-kind vignettes, on display now through May 12.
Religiously inspired designs will be on display at the Costume Institute’s upcoming Spring 2018 exhibition at The Met, titled, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.”
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
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.
In an era when brides can register for just about anything—from honeymoons and charitable donations to tech accessories and, of course, tableware—without leaving their homes or even putting shoes on, Scully & Scully is doubling down on individualized, in-person service.