New openings and anticipated launches galore take Palm Beach by storm this November. Here’s what’s trending now.
Frida Kahlo self-portrait showcased at the Norton Museum of Art
On view through Feb. 6 at the Norton Museum of Art, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism From the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection is capturing the attention of people near and far. Featuring over 150 works ranging from photographs, period clothing, paintings and more, this exhibition showcases authentic modern Mexican art connected to the artistic renaissance following the Mexican revolution. Through Kahlo’s and Rivera’s creative interpretations, themes of nature, home and family are explored through various unique mediums. A sight you won’t want to miss—this is the largest group of works by Kahlo and Rivera ever on view at the Norton. 1450 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
One of Beachside’s inside lounging areas by Windsor Architecture and design by Hadley Keller.
Founded in 2006 as Boston’s first high-end sneaker boutique, LACED is now bringing its edgy style to the streets of Palm Beach. Whether you’re looking for a statement pair of shoes to spice up a muted look or you just need a classic white set of Nikes, LACED has all the accessories needed to take your streetwear to a whole new level. LACED is an acronym for Living And Creating Experiences Daily, and there’s no better place to set the tone for your adventures than at LACED picking out a chic new fit. “We strive to provide a one-of-a-kind experience: It may be conversation about sneaker talk, fashion trends or just about you,” says founder Joamil Rodriguez. “We will provide knowledge, and our love of streetwear will be genuinely felt.” 1781 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Ste. W218, West Palm Beach
Emmanuel Gonzales uses vibrant colors to paint a pink flamingo
Fresh off the shelves, Hadley Keller’s Beachside: Windsor Architecture & Design (Vendome Press) is capturing the eyes of design lovers throughout Palm Beach. Page by page, this book depicts the elegant seaside escape that is Windsor, a community found on a barrier island in Vero Beach. Get lost in the crisp exteriors of Windsor’s picture-perfect neighborhoods, and you might just gather some inspiration for your next home design project. “The views and sites of Windsor never tire the eye,” says the book’s photographer, Jessica Klewicki Glynn. “The architecture and interiors are so beautiful that they make your heart flutter.”
Details on display at Keller Donovan’s Keller Palm Beach furnishing store. PHOTO: COURTESY OF EMMANUEL GONZALES; BY ANDY FRAME
Founder of the popular home furnishings store Keller Palm Beach, renowned designer Keller Donovan has made a huge move with his business. Relocating Keller Palm Beach from its location on Brazilian Avenue, Donovan has found a new home for his craft. The fresh, nautical-inspired furnishing hub now has a new location—and an exciting new launch of products to go with it. “I wanted the luxury to offer more products, including more categories of products in a larger space, at a more visible location,” Donovan says. From monogrammed barware and accessory pieces to mix-and-match, modern farmhouse-style charcuterie boards, Keller Palm Beach will define the destiny of your living space. 308 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Downtown Palm Beach Gardens is undergoing a revamp—and Emmanuel Gonzales is playing a huge part. The South Florida artist is creating vibrant art panels that will be displayed for a full year between the shopping center’s Fro-Yotopia and Whole Foods. While soaking in your sunny afternoon in this lifestyle haven, keep your eyes peeled later this fall for Gonzales’ captivating artwork, which will add a pop of color to downtown’s southern end. Gonzales’ inspiration for the 4-by-8 panels? The beautiful Sunshine State itself. “I tried to incorporate flora and fauna that exists in our environment yet is often overlooked as a result of rushing from one busy day to another,” Gonzales says. 17701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens
Elevating the styles of moms and children alike, A Little Wyld is making its mark on the families of Delray Beach. Founded by the power duo of singer-songwriter Skye Dyer and Project Runway’s Amanda Perna, A Little Wyld is a fashion force to be reckoned with. “Downtown Delray Beach no longer had a kids shop, and with both of us being fashion-loving mamas, we saw the need and wanted to fill the void,” Perna says. This contemporary fashion and home boutique offers everything from women’s athleisure and denim, throw pillows, kitchen accessories, kids fashion pieces and more—many sourced from small businesses. “Our biggest wish was to support women-owned and small brands and be able to give back locally at the same time,” Dyer says. 157 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach
Photography by: From Top: PHOTO COURTESY OF THE JACQUES AND NATASHA GELMAN COLLECTION OF 20TH CENTURY MEXICAN ART AND THE VERGEL FOUNDATION; PHOTO: BY JESSICA KLEWICKI GLYNN