From comedy to Clash de Cartier, we have rallied the hottest must-haves of the month.
The comedic duo Steve Martin and Martin Short will perform at the Kravis Center Gala.
RAISE A LAUGH
This March, The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts intertwines black ties and a whole lot of laughs for its upcoming gala, welcoming legendary, award-winning artists like Steve Martin and Martin Short to the stage, featuring Jeff Babko and the Steep Canyon Rangers. Chairing this year’s gala are long-standing supporters Kathryn Vecellio and Monika Preston with Christine and Bob Stiller as honorary chairs. Kicking off the night is an elegant cocktail reception in the Harris Pre-Function Hall, followed by Martin & Short’s performance of You Won’t Believe What They Look Like Today! in the Dreyfoos Hall. True to their 30-year friendship, the act never misses a beat with jokes about the fickle nature of celebrity, Hollywood’s one-of-a-kind-culture and, of course, personal roasts that only the best friends could get away with. As the party goes on, guests will trade in laughs for oh-so-delicious bites courtesy of Catering by The Breakers at the Kravis Center and dance their way into the Gimelstob Ballroom that’s filled with live music by Marcia Mitchell Music. “The Kravis Center is known for having brilliant entertainment for its gala, and this year is no exception,” says Vecellio. “We look forward to an evening of laughter from comedic geniuses Steve Martin and Martin Short, extraordinary food and a night of dancing.” March 4, 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, 561.651.4320
The Styled in Studs and Turnberry Trellis wallpaper are available through Chelsea & Co.’s showroom
IN STYLE Next stop on the Cartier expansion tour is its Palm Beach seasonal boutique at the Royal Poinciana Plaza. With an eye on design, the space boasts an array of architectural and design elements from Cartier’s renewed design concept—think soft neutrals of cream, bronze and gold, custom floor coverings, an eye-catching light installation with handblown glass orbs, the iconic Panthère anchoring the salon and pops of vibrant colors and patterns that pay homage to the local lifestyle and community. “We are thrilled to unveil our new seasonal Palm Beach boutique—a unique blend of modernity and local flavor,” says President and CEO of Cartier North America Mercedes Abramo. “Palm Beach is an ideal location for Cartier, and we’re looking forward to returning to the community and welcoming guests with an exciting experience at The Royal Poinciana Plaza.” From high jewelry to the new Clash de Cartier, the boutique is home to a variety of signature collections to shop from. To top it off, favorite Cartier accessories will also be for sale, like the new Double C de Cartier leather goods, fragrances and the maison’s Art of Living collection. Through May 2022, 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, 561.328.2129
Interior of Cartier’s seasonal boutique.
MIX MASTER This spring, bring the best of Palm Beach indoors with help from local interior design showroom and home decor boutique Chelsea Lane & Co. Interior designer and owner Chelsea Lane boasts over 20 years’ experience in the wallpaper industry, and the powerhouse now specializes in a variety of luxurious, statement-making wallpaper, textiles and full-service interior design. “Palm Beach is sophisticated without taking itself too seriously, and our product assortment caters to that perfectly,” says Lane. “We offer chic and timeless textural wallcoverings alongside cheeky and bold prints and patterns, and in the homes of Palm Beach, there is definitely room for both!” Be on the lookout for new murals coming early this year, along with exclusive new collections from Phillip Jeffries and Thibaut. “I am loving all of the fresh new designs that Thibaut has released,” says Lane. “From reimagined yet classic trellis patterns to rich multicolor florals and scenic designs, they have not shied away from color this season.” 501 Fern St., #102, West Palm Beach, 561.904.6503
Photography by: FROM TOP: PHOTO BY MARK SELIGER; COURTESY OF CHELSEA LANE & CO.; BY ROBERT PEREZ