LOVE Binetti Design

As the season approaches, so do the finalizations on upcoming shopping experiences in Palm Beach. The ever-changing and ever-growing Palm Beach fashion scene continues to impress us with exciting new storefronts. This season we’re keeping an eye on some favorites.

In Love with Binetti

First up: LOVE Binetti, a long-time Altima favorite, founded by Argentinian designer, Diego Binetti. The designer claims to be inspired by the well-traveled, curious and creative “citizen of the universe” female who puts love at the forefront of everything she does. Over the years, Binetti has developed a cult following in Palm Beach through pop-ups at The Colony Hotel. The designer is ecstatic to be setting roots with his own store. This coveted brand will  arrive November 1st at Worth Avenue’s Via Bice.

LOVE Binetti Designs

Binetti’s shop, will also include fine jewelry and accessories from Greenwich Village shops Marie LichtenbergCresta BledsoeEmily PWheelerLauren RubinskiJenna BlakeSophie JoanneYi CollectionLoquet of LondonLinda FarrowDeMellierSophiqueDragon DiffusionCarrie ForbesIl BisonteMaria la RosaSensi Studio ItalyExquisite J, and Benoit Missolin. As well as luxury beauty products from Grace de MonacoHouse of BoVeronique GabaiCoqui- CoquiMaison la bougie, and Fornasetti.

Luxury Classics

Two other legendary names will also be taking up real estate on Worth Avenue this season.  Versace and Carolina Herrera will open their doors in November. Carolina Herrera, the vivacious Venezuelan designer, will be taking over Louis Vuitton’s 150 Worth Avenuespot. Herrera, known for dressing America’s first ladies, will debut her  ready-to-wear resort ’24 collection. Versace, opening its flagship store at 243 Worth Avenue, is sure to inject some Milanese flair to Palm Beach. And we can’t wait to visit.

Qixi in Pre-Fall 23 Carolina Herrera

Archival Versace

St. Barth’s in Palm Beach

Self-taught designer, Poupette Giraud, discovered St. Barths in 1979 and fell in love with it. While there, she was inspired by the island and all it had to offer, leading her to create the wardrobe of her dreams which she then launched into her brand, Poupette St. Barth. With stores in Greece, St. Barths, New York, and France, it was only a matter of time before Palm Beach got its own piece of Poupette. Look for the storefront at 237 Worth Avenue this fall.

Poupette St. Barth’s Designs

LA comes to PB

Coming to the Royal Poinciana Plaza (340 Royal Poinciana Way), LA-based lifestyle brand, STAUD, will open its first Florida storefront. STAUD, founded by Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto in 2015, seeks to empower women through fashion, by offering a luxury aesthetic at an affordable price-point. Using timeless vintage as inspiration, STAUD brings its unique, well-rounded and sustainable approach to fashion. Their goal is to eschew trends and instead elevate a woman’s wardrobe with staples made to be worn again. STAUD will open before the end of the year.



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