Everything old is new again as classic products and services take on a few new twists.
OLD SCHOOL, NEW SCHOOL Aimed at updating a limited wardrobe for a Hamptons guy, preppy lifestyle brand Bonvivants has reshaped the oxford shirt by adding a cheeky twist. Founders Daniel Spelman and his partner, James Zimmerman, set out to make clothes they wanted to wear and in return created updated needlepoint accents for both men and women. Shop their new Palm Beach Collection featuring belts of palms, banana leaf trims and more! Skinny Dip Palm Beach, 100 N. County Road
SPA-VOYANT The ultimate luxury in beauty services has arrived! The new Aura Nail Spa will treat you like a princess while you sit in a high back pink throne and soak your tired feet. Blissful manicures and waxing treatments are also available and, if that isn’t enough to send you into nirvana, the owner, Armani, a gifted clairvoyant, will guide you to peace and happiness with a personal reading and an explanation of your multicolor auras only he can see. Once you walk through the Versace-like decor, your stress level will diminish, leaving you refreshed and with more answers to life’s burning questions. 302 S. County Road, 561.500.6245
TIMELESS STYLE CALDesign Vintage is in the business of creating truly unique jackets, now available at their Eye of the Needle pop-up. Founder and CEO Carolyn Losty has repurposed vintage Hermès, Cartier and Gucci scarves, sewing them into garments with master seamstress Trang DiPasquale to create truly bespoke pieces. 313 Worth Ave.
TURKISH DELIGHT Shop the beautiful, curated collection at J’da. Istanbul native and wife of Sant Ambroeus’ manager, Adil, boutique owner Ceyda Avunduk wanted to sell items from her hometown and highlight designers she loves. Along with the most authentic Turkish coffee in town, shoppers will love her variety of dresses, handbags and home decor, as well as jewelry designed by Ceyda and her partner in Istanbul, featuring semi-precious and fine jewels. 313 1/2 Worth Ave.
Photography by: courtesy of Bonvivants; courtesy of Aura Nail Spa; by Nick Mele; by Holly Matteson Pagon