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Palm Beach's March Additions That You Must Check Out

By Jayne Chase & Caroline Perrott | March 11, 2020 | Lifestyle

March has our heads turning with the latest collections arriving in stores, new products and cutting-edge beauty treatments popping up in Palm Beach.


SHEET SMART The iconic streets of Palm Beach, Via Del Lago and Jungle Road now have a new meaning. Lori Jayne Signature Patterns has debuted custom designs named after PB’s enchanting streets with embroidered fretwork and bamboo motifs that can be completely customized, in-house. Create your own color combination and sleep easy. 304 S. County Road,


DESIGN DRIVEN What do fast cars and jewelry design have in common? More than just the basic plot elements of The Italian Job, it turns out. Lawson Aschenbach, a seven-time professional sportscar champion and current IMSA WeatherTech Championship driver, and his brother-in-law, Gregory Beattie, are racing to Worth Avenue with their new jewelry retail and design store LaMuse Jewelers. “As a professional driver, I’ve always been interested in mechanics and design,” Aschenbach explains. “Jewelry represents a perfect balance between functionality and elegance.” 209 Worth Ave., Ste. B,


HEALING Wellness junkies are raving over the alternatives to anti-aging methods coming from the hands of acupuncture and crystal specialist Dr. Elizabeth Trattner (elizabethtrattner.‌com). Dr. Trattner works with clients to create a comprehensive plan of action that accounts for a woman’s emotional well-being and what’s on the outside.


UPGRADE YOUR EVERYDAY One of The Royal Poinciana Plaza’s popular pop-up retail stores has come back to stay. After a successful seasonal visit, St. Frank home decor has moved into a permanent island shop dubbed “the Beach House” and is filled with its signature bedding, shams and everyday home decor. Situated at 330 South County Road, the new home is the perfect location for co-founder Christina Bryant. “Palm Beach is one of my favorite destinations, and our stores reflect our unique aesthetic,” says Bryant. We can’t wait to shop! 330 S. County Road,

Photography by: clockwise from top, photos: by Christopher Fay Photographer | by Lila Photo | by Carmel Brantley | courtesy of Dr. Elizabeth Trattner