PaperCity Magazine

PaperCity Houston January February 2022

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 33 of 83

Kathie, and Colleen) on South County Road in 1985 and has been dressing sophisticates ever since — initially just women, but now men can buy a needlepoint belt and classic blue blazer here as well. 336 S. County Road, Palm Beach, Lilly Pulitzer: The OG of the community, Lily Pulitzer set the standard and created the uniform for residents. The boutique is filled with color and whimsical prints for all outfits a Bergdorf blonde needs while in PB. 240 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, The Church Mouse: The "thrift" store where God-fearing congregants of The Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea donate their gently used Birkins and Lilly housedresses. 374 S. County Road, Palm Beach, DECORATION + VINTAGE HUNTING One of our favorite Palm Beach girls (and many other islands), designer Amanda Lindroth, shares her PB design haunts. Kassatly's. One of the most old-fashioned linen shops in America. Madeira linens rare as can be. 250 Worth Ave. Leta Austin Foster. The most beautiful taste there is. Great decorator and prettiest PB shop! 64 Via Mizner, Lori Jayne. Monograms galore! Linens, tableware. Happiness. 301 S. County Road, Mary Mahoney. Tabletop wonderland. 336 Worth Ave., And, too modest to mention, but we love: Amanda Lindroth. The design-world darling has Palm Beach in her DNA, having grown up here in the 1970s. Shop the Amanda Lindroth collection of breezy linens and rattan and wicker furniture and accessories, as well as all manner of vintage furnishings and other tropical finds. 312B S. County Road, Palm Beach, RECOMMENDED DESIGN SHOPS Authentic Provence. A treasure trove of hand-sculpted garden antiques and large-scale architectural elements. A favorite of leading landscape architects and interior designers with the largest inventory of garden antiques in the US. 3735 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach, Casa Branca. Designer Alessandra Branca's newest location for her exuberant Casa Branca collection of fabric, wallpaper, furniture and tableware, as well as French porcelains and ceramics, vintage finds, artworks and lampshades. 344 Worth Ave., Casa Gusto: Filled with Swedish, English and French antiques, hand- painted Talavera dishes, white tole and papier-mâché blooms, hand-painted mattes and frames, with furniture and objects displayed like art 6316 Georgia Ave., West Palm Beach, While on the subject of home design, don't miss the 19th Annual Palm Beach Show, February 17 through 22, and Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, returning for its fifth consecutive year for one month, March 5 through April 3. All will be designed as usual by the international designer set with names we know and love. Tickets WHEN YOU'RE FEELING PECKISH La Goulue: This classic French bistro, has been a weekly go-to for Upper East Side New Yorkers. If you're fortunate enough to get a Friday 8 pm seating, indulge in Le Cheeseburger Maison made with grilled black angus. 288 S. County Road, Palm Beach, 561.284.6292, Le Bilboquet: On the agenda for my friend's birthday was a brunch at this tucked-away spot on Worth Avenue, another NYC import. Spotted in the dining room that day were Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble and designer Tommy Hilfiger. 245 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, 561.812.2363, TWO OTHER HOT NYC OUTPOSTS Café Boulud at The Brazilian Court hotel, an outpost of chef Daniel Boulud's lauded restaurants. 301 Australian Ave., Swifty's, poolside at The Colony H o t e l . 1 5 5 H a m m o n Av e . , LEST WE FORGET SOME CULTURE Christie's Pop-Up: Nestled between Brioni and Le Bilboquet on Worth Avenue is hallowed auction house Christie's gallery residency open during the vibrant winter calendar. November 30 through April 30, showcasing fine art and luxury objects in a series of exhibitions featuring auction highlights, as well as Private Sale works available for immediate purchase. 249 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, The Society of the Four Arts: This nonprofit is one of the most popular and respected cultural destinations on the island. The institution offers dynamic programming with renowned speakers and a rotating schedule of art exhibitions. 100 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach, Casa Branca Amanda Lindroth (Continued from page 30) 32

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of PaperCity Magazine - PaperCity Houston January February 2022