Here's Your Sneak Peek At Palm Beach's Hot List

The Editors | April 15, 2021 | Lifestyle Feature

From salon openings and collection launches to gallery news and can’t-miss events, Palm Beach is abuzz. Here’s all you need to know.

New Salon Yoshiko
New Salon Yoshiko is around the corner from Worth Avenue favorites like Chanel and Tiffany & Co.

PAMPER Hosting a covetable list of the who’s who in the high-end salon world, recently debuted Salon Yoshiko is the Palm Beach counterpart to Bergdorf Goodman’s iconic The Salon. With guest appearances from celeb favorites already garnering attention, Palm Beach regular Anthony Cristiano recently made an appearance. (Look out for more local bookings with this pro and other guest stars this summer.) With more than 30 years’ experience and an A-list client roster including Demi Moore, Robert Downey Jr. and Uma Thurman, this haircare guru gave us the inside scoop on his industry secrets. 400 Hibiscus Ave., Palm Beach, thesalon.com

Gray Malin's new collection with Cloth & Company

SHOP Photography darling Gray Malin ushers in spring with his new collection of indoor-outdoor pillows in collaboration with Cloth & Company. In a nod to his fine art snaps of jet-set locales from Palm Springs to Palm Beach, the offerings inject a dose of escapism into the everyday. Drawing on the Palm Beach aesthetic, the Cabana Stripe Palms pillow (shown above), Malin says, “brings the stunning sight of endless palm trees and a poolside resort feel to the design. I’ve always loved Palm Beach and have been inspired by the old-world glamour and the exquisite scenery, which I paid tribute to in my Gray Malin in Palm Beach images. It was a joy using images from my series and the fun, colorful atmosphere of Palm Beach as inspiration for the design.” graymalin.com

Robert Rauschenberg, “Publicon Station IV from Publicons” (1978), edition of 30, on view at Robert Fontaine Gallery
Robert Rauschenberg, “Publicon Station IV from Publicons” (1978), edition of 30, on view at Robert Fontaine Gallery

SEE Palm Beach’s gallery scene continues to dominate with new exhibits and openings. Robert Fontaine Gallery quits its longtime Miami home for a recently bowed Worth Avenue location, debuting with The Spring Exhibition, which looks at notable modern and contemporary artists, including Ellsworth Kelly, Andy Warhol and Joan Miró. Through May 15, 256 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, robertfontainegallery.com Acquavella Galleries premieres Impressionist, Modern and Postwar Masters, highlighting the works of Georgia O’Keeffe, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Pablo Picasso and others. Through May 28, 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. M309, Palm Beach, acquavellagalleries.com Paula Cooper Gallery closes out its South Florida sojourn with Carte Blanche: A Changing Exhibition, a rotating selection of works by Donald Judd, Mark Di Suvero, Cecily Brown, Veronica Ryan and many more. Through May 2, 243A Worth Ave., Palm Beach, paulacoopergallery.com Pace Gallery welcomes Tara Donovan in a solo exhibition that explores the artist’s Composition (Cards) series. Through May 9, 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. M333, Palm Beach, pacegallery.com

A preview of this year's Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach

VISIT The highlight of the design world social calendar, Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach returns with both i-person and virtual viewing options. With participation from top interiors luminaries and the incomparable Bunny Williams serving as honorary show house chair, this year’s rendition—hosted by Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County—transforms a 4,400-square-foot Mediterranean-style West Palm Beach villa into a masterpiece of design. On the must-see list are the Menagerie dining room from Lorna Gross Interior Design (previewed above), the primary bedroom courtesy of Courtney Giles Interiors and a sun-filled vignette from Mally Skok Design, among many others. Through May 9, 7417 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org/palmbeach


New scent Louis Vuitton On the Beach
From left: New scent Louis Vuitton On the Beach; one of Alex Israel’s gradient paintings, “Untitled (Flat),” also adorns the accompanying accessories, including surfb oards, a fragrance trunk and a travel case.

SPRITZ With the essence of beachside living at its core, Louis Vuitton releases its latest scent, Louis Vuitton On the Beach. In collaboration with contemporary artist Alex Israel, whose “Untitled (Flat)” gradient painting graces the packaging, the fragrance is characterized by notes of yuzu, neroli and aromatic herbs, transporting wearers to a sunny day on the ocean. “On a personal level,” says Israel of the scent, “it’s just where I want to be: on the beach, in my hometown, watching the sunset.” 150 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, louisvuitton.com



Photography by: Courtesy of salon; Gray Malin; Robert Fontaine/the artist; Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach/Lorna Gross Interior Design; Louis Vuitton