In this Palm Beach County estate, Foster achieved a timeless design by focusing on one invariable: the ocean view.
Nearly 60 years ago, Alfonso Fanjul, joined a few years later by his brother J. Pepe Fanjul, planted their first sugarcane crop in Florida with their father and uncle. Earlier this year, that lifetime of dedication was recognized with the founders’ induction into the 2018 Florida Agriculture Hall of Fame.
Tucked into a long, narrow bay of the newly energized Royal Poinciana Plaza, a 1950s architectural treasure of a shopping center that was once chic, then sleepy, and is now more chic than ever, Honor Bar is the sexy, younger sister of the Hillstone family of restaurants.
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
Palm Beach County’s latest hot spot, 1000 NORTH, has that supremely casual attitude (with just a soupçon of swagger) that a pro golfer at the Masters exhibits when he is approaching the green—and his ball is about three feet from the hole.
Here’s your chance to move right into this totally restored Fatio with utmost quality and detail located at 330 Island Road in the heart of Palm Beach.
The designer celebrated the bag’s launch last night at her home in Wellington, Florida—the winter capital of equestrian sport—with a cocktail reception hosted with the Longines Masters. Among the guests were Hannah Selleck, Georgina Bloomberg, and equestrian Olympic medalists Nick Skelton and Laura Kraut.