Jul 19, 2014 | Latest News


Where to Stay:
the breakers

Check out this grand old hotel
before checking in anywhere
else. Built in 1896, it sits on
a dreamy stretch of beach and
was modeled after an Italian
Renaissance palace, though the
recently redone rooms are
contemporary and coastal cool.

Where to eat:
Bistro Chez Jean-Pierre

A little bit of Paris in Palm Beach,
this always-lively art-covered
bistro is a locals’ fave and one
of the spots Aerin was most
excited to bring our team to.
Everyone had a blast swapping
stories over the eatery’s
mouthwatering French fare.

Where to shop for Jewelry:
House of Lavande

Aerin’s wild for this gem of
a jewelry store known for its
incredible vintage pieces sourced
everywhere from Parisian
flea markets to Beverly Hills
estate sales. Our team
morphed into giddy little kids
when they started opening
its color-coded drawers!

Where to Shop for Vintage:

Aerin adored this quirky vintage
shop full of Palm Beach-style
pieces—think vibrantly
colored accents, seashell and
coral motifs, and plenty of
rattan, bamboo, and chinoiserie.
It reminded her of her
grandmother Estée’s aesthetic.

Where to Play:
The beach, of course!

In Aerin’s opinion, a perfect
day in Palm Beach always
starts with a walk on the sand.
There’s nothing she loves more
than strolling along, not a care
in the world, searching for
shells and looking at the historic
houses lining the oceanfront.

LOVE  it!

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