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Check Out These Fashion Labels with Palm Beach Addresses For Your Next Designer Piece

By Caroline Perrott | March 25, 2020 | Style & Beauty

Palm Beach is known for many things, and fashion is definitely one of them. Let us remind you of the top designer labels with storefronts in Palm Beach to dream about

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This heritage label has a timeless Parisian style, having been a staple in Palm Beach since 1977. The two-story store in The Royal Poinciana Plaza allows for all 16 Hermès product categories, including leather and luggage, diaries, small leather goods, equestrian apparel, men’s and women’s silk, ready-to-wear, fine jewelry, watches, belts, gloves, shoes, hats, enamel and fashion jewelry, tableware, furniture, furnishing fabrics and wallpaper! 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. 301,

Tory Burch

Having recently launched the spring 2020 collection at its Worth Avenue store last month, Tory Burch embodies its executive chairman and the essential Palm Beach woman about town. The newest collection was inspired by the late Princess Diana, who has become quite the fashion muse as of late. The very subtle retro silhouettes and puff sleeves make this collection on-trend with all that Palm Beach fashionistas hold dear. 255 Worth Ave.,


The French fashion house opened its doors recently on Worth Avenue, revealing brand-new, uberluxe interiors across two stories (one of which includes a shoe salon, three ready-to-wear salons and a VIP event space on the top floor). The chic aesthetic is really something to marvel at, with the marriage of Mademoiselle Chanel’s taste and modernist architect Peter Marino’s design direction. Now carrying the 2020 resort collection, visit for the day or plan an event for shopping and Champagne for your friends. The upstairs salon is everything you can expect it to be and more—Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel would be proud. 301 Worth Ave.,

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