One-Stop Shops on The Island

Ralph Lauren
300 Worth Avenue / 561.651.3900

Ralph Lauren might be said to have invented modern American style. For over 40 years, the brand has embodied luxury. Certain accessories—like the elegantly modern Ricky bag—have become so popular, they’re iconic. This Worth Avenue location boasts a beautiful Beaux-Arts façade and an imported European stone fountain. As with all Ralph Lauren stores, you can find apparel for a glamorous evening on the town or a few classic cotton piqué polos for the tennis club. In Palm Beach, you can never go wrong with a brightly colored cableknit cashmere sweater (or a few).

Jennifer Garrigues
308 Peruvian Avenue / 561.659.7085

Interior designer Jennifer Garrigues began her career as a fashion model with Christian Dior. It’s no surprise that she has a trained and talented eye for sumptuous things. Known for her creative taste that blends style and comfort, Garrigues offers design services for residential, commercial, and hospitality projects. She has designed locally for the Palm Beach Polo and Country Club and in New York for The Carlyle. Her showroom is a treasure trove of unexpected discoveries. From luxurious textiles and pillows to one-of-a-kind furniture pieces and decorative objects (which make great hostess gifts), there’s something for every type of living space at Jennifer Garrigues.

J.McLaughlin
225 B Worth Avenue / 561.655.5973

The first J.McLaughlin store, located in an Ivy League–riddled enclave on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, was a small place with a welcoming, faded-paint feel. It was preppy. It was rustic. People loved it. Today, with bricks-and-mortar retail locations in communities across the country—not to mention a flourishing e-commerce business—J.McLaughlin celebrates its continued success as a classic American clothier and one of the country’s last great first-name-basis retailers. Their clothes are simple and smart (the J.McLaughlin website describes them as “innovatively nostalgic”). And that means they’re a perfect match for Palm Beach style.

Assouline
340 Royal Poinciana Way / 561.791.6051

Since 1994, Assouline has been known for bringing luxury to the publishing industry with its glossy coffee table books on fashion, art, architecture, photography, and design, which are equally as informational as they are beautiful. The attention to detail, passion, and top level of craftsmanship that is put into each work yields the highest quality of books in the world. One of the brand’s new and notable tomes includes Windows at Tiffany & Co., which features a tour of the jeweler’s intricately crafted displays.

Leta Austin Foster Boutique
64 Via Mizner / 561.655.5489

A leading authority on style and design, Leta Austin Foster opened her boutique in the 1990s to be able to finish her interior design projects. As a result, the boutique specializes in beautiful custom items for the home. Foster loves fine linens and it shows: we always have a hard time narrowing it down here because any selection of hers could truly make a bedroom (in addition to carrying other custom Italian and French linens, this is the Porthault store for Florida and the Southeast). Then there’s the fine china and porcelain, not to mention writing papers, candles, and room sprays. And, of course, Foster is well known for her wonderful selection of children’s clothes—many made exclusively just for this store.

Stubbs & Wootton
340 Worth Avenue / 561.655.6857

Purveyors of the handmade slipper—which can be spotted both day and night, on men and women alike—Stubbs & Wootton is a favorite among locals (or anyone looking for an authentic touch of Palm Beach style). The brand’s iconic designs embody everything you want on this island: fine quality and fashion sense mixed with wit, humor, and flair. Whether in velvet or needlepoint, prepare to turn heads when stepping out in your Stubbs. Stroll into the handsome store at 340 Worth Avenue, and you’ll find a perfect match.

Serenella
340 Royal Poinciana Way / 561.220.2442

For over 37 years, Serenella has been a top destination for fashion presented in a chic, refined, elegantly minimalistic atmosphere. As a multi-brand boutique featuring top designers such as Bottega Veneta, Alexandre Birman, Oscar de la Renta, Emilio Pucci, Versace, and Tabitha Simmons, devoted customers—both cosmopolitan and international—have developed an inseparable connection with the shop. The curated experience is led by Leslee Shupe, who consistently follows fashion’s ever-changing trends to impress the brand’s elite consumers.

Betteridge
236 Worth Avenue / 561.655.5850

Betteridge is one of America’s most historic fine jewelers. The Betteridge name has been associated with jewelry for centuries: the company’s president, Terry Betteridge, is a fourth-generation jeweler whose roots date back to the 1700s in Birmingham, England, where the name was synonymous with fine jewelry design and silversmithing. Today, the Betteridge boutique in Palm Beach is a joy to visit, offering all types of fine jewelry, by both classic and contemporary designers. Then, of course, there are pearls, pre-owned watches, and the brand’s own Betteridge Collection—in short, something is sure to catch your eye under one of the vitrines. They also offer many on-site services, such as repairs and appraisals.

Charlotte Kellogg
256 Worth Avenue / 561.820.2407
332 South County Road / 561.820.2402

It’s the reliable destination for tropical colors in linen, silk, and cotton. Tucked away in a corner of the Amore Courtyard, Charlotte Kellogg’s fanciful boutique offers casual clothing designed for the lifestyle of South Florida and other bright-hued resort communities. Her cheerful and breathable designs have been making a colorful splash on the Palm Beach scene since the boutique opened in 1998. Now, the store has become a true Palm Beach tradition for fashionable pieces that will suit every occasion, from sportswear to eveningwear.

Cremieux
340 Royal Poinciana Way / 561.255.1884

During the 1960s, Daniel Cremieux, a French native, traveled to New York and immediately fell in love with preppy menswear and traditional American brands—he was inspired to bring this style back home with him. Cremieux, who aimed to create the best French preppy clothing brand out there, launched a line in 1976 and opened his first retail shop in Saint-Tropez. Soon after, Cremieux introduced additional locations in Paris and Aix-en-Provence, and now has boutiques all over the world featuring his luxury French-American menswear collections.

The Grand Tour
340 Royal Poinciana Way / 561.660.7883

The Grand Tour, a 2,000-square-foot design destination curated by Caroline Rafferty and her mother, Julie Fisher Cummings, will open next month at The Royal Poinciana Plaza. The display will feature an ever-changing collection of vintage and contemporary finds from around the world. Sought-after antiques, artisanal furnishings, and sumptuous textiles blend old and new—each telling a unique story of time and place. The Grand Tour will also become the new home of Caroline Rafferty Interiors—an interior design atelier known for creating colorful residences in Palm Beach and New York.

Joey Wölffer
340 Royal Poinciana Way / 561.469.9368

Originally debuted as the Styleliner Truck, the world’s first luxury accessories boutique on wheels has evolved into Joey Wölffer’s namesake brand—a nationwide constellation of year-round and seasonal boutiques. With two permanent locations in Sag Harbor and Palm Beach, the shops serve as a unique retail destinations—each a treasure trove of Hamptons-inspired women’s jewelry, clothing, and accessories specializing in vintage finds and new items from artisan-inspired designers here and abroad.

Gil Walsh interiors
5505 S. Dixie Highway Suite, #2
West Palm Beach / 561.932.0631

Renowned interior designer Gil Walsh’s namesake firm is ideally situated on Palm Beach’s antique row, in close proximity to top design shops like Mecox Gardens. Officially founded in 2008, Gil Walsh Interiors is a full-service design firm specializing in the seamless integration of style and function. Since its establishment, the company quickly gained exceptional recognition—especially in Palm Beach, where the industry is flourishing. Walsh, an interior design master herself, is perhaps best known for her expertise in color and shading.

Peter Millar
313 Worth Avenue / 561.833.8332

Founded in Raleigh, North Carolina, in 2001, Peter Millar offers a wide selection of luxury apparel and accessories for men and women, including outerwear, button-downs, shoes, and a performance line. Famous for its selection of golf apparel designed with athletic fabric and sophisticated style, Peter Millar retails in the most exclusive golf clubs around the country. The brand also boasts an impressive collegiate line that allows you to design custom embroidered apparel. Definitely pop into the Palm Beach boutique to prepare to support your team on game day or dress like a pro for your next big round.

Valentina Kova
340 Royal Poinciana Way / 561.444.2157

Inspired by real women around the globe, Valentina Kova is dedicated to creating effortlessly chic, comfortable clothing with a fabulous fit. The label is known for its use of the finest fabrics, including Italian cashmere, silk, cotton, and wool. In addition to apparel, you will come across exquisite collections of jewelry with both contemporary and classic options—all crafted from the most precious diamonds and gemstones by master jewelers in New York. Whether you find a perfect strand of Australian pearls or a stylish outfit, your heart will skip a beat after visiting Valentina Kova.