“‘Another day in paradise!’—This is my favorite tagline to use and truly how I approach life,” says Lori Berg, general manager of The Royal Poinciana Plaza. Fashion has played a role in Berg’s life from a young age—from watching her mother open the first Jean-Claude Jitrois in the U.S. to several Paris shopping excursions as an adult—inspiring her to pursue a career in the bustling New York City fashion scene, and, later, opting for a more relaxing pace by becoming a full-time resident in PB after many years of weekending in the chic-glamorous isle. The one-of-a-kind merchandise that tenants offer at The Royal Poinciana Plaza allows Berg to surround herself with extraordinary beauty in the everyday. Below, she lets us in on her best-kept secrets.
“Edward’s has been on the island for 20 years. Its newest addition to the team, esthetician Despina Jaime Serveta uses the most luxurious products, as well as Babor massage, in her unforgettable signature facial. It will leave you coming back for more!” 561.835.0360, Edward Fleming Salon, The Royal Poinciana Plaza
“Celis Produce’s Classic bowl with acai sorbet, peanut butter, honey hemp/flax granola, coconut flakes, banana and berries, makes me feel beautiful from the inside out. You’ve got to eat beautiful to feel so, and acai berries are rich in antioxidants and vitamins A, B, C and E, helping to revive my skin and restore moisture—a perfect midafternoon refreshment when I’m walking the property during our hot Florida summers.” $11, 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. C4
“Beauty is a state of mind. The Astier de Villatte Rue Saint-Honoré scented candle (9.17 oz. for $120) with notes of delicate greenery, jasmine rose, amber and leather, and Hermès’ Eau De rhubarbe ecarlate eau de cologne (3.3 oz. for $129) with its bold notes of rhubarb and velvety musks, both evoke a romantic, French feeling reminding me of my time spent in Paris.” Both at Valentina Kova, The Royal Poinciana Plaza
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