Your guide to delighting in a little Palm Beach at your summer destinations
 

As summer moves in, many of us are out—on to cooler temps and refreshing new vistas. Find a little Palm Beach up the coast and around the country with this roundup of your favorite Palm Beach pleasures at your favorite summer destinations.

 

ST. AMBREOUS
Aspen | East Hampton | Southampton

LOLA 41
Nantucket

HONOR BAR
Aspen* | Beverly Hills | Montecito

BILBOQUET
Sag Harbor

Altima Caviar

ALTIMA CAVIAR
Wherever you are! (need a link/ info on delivery times dates etc.) 

*Aspen’s “Honor Bar” goes by White House Tavern , but don’t let the name change fool you; it’s your favorite hight-top eatery with a slight altitude adjustment. 

Altima Caviar

The Fashionable Favorites from Palm Beach to…

Spotlight on…

Crystal & Jarret are home for the summer, and Blue One Bridgehampton is back!It’s full circle for the high fashion loft with the warm welcome and laid-back luxe vibe. This style destination for cool-girl-couture is a must-visit fashion venue no matter where its doors are open. For the next few months, that’s “home” in Bridgehampton, where Crystal and Jarret started it all!

Blue One Boutique, 2397 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, NY.

Summer lovin’ never looked so good! 

If you are anything like us, it was love at first sight when Diego Binetti opened his boutique doors in Via Bice. If The Hamptons is your home away from home, this romance was not just a Florida Fling.  LOVE Binetti all summer long at his new Sag Harbor location on Washington Street!

LOVE Binetti, 17 Washington Street, Sag Harbor, NY

The perfect fit for every paradise, Lauren Layne’s sustainable and stunning swimwear is summering in Southampton. For Lauren Layne Swim  summer plans & pop-ups:Join the Lauren Layne Swim Club and be the first to know about new collections, events, exclusive discounts and more here.

follow @LaurenLayneSwim on Instagram

Exquisite Exposures

C + C Photography Gallery, with year-round spots in Palm Beach and New York, is celebrating its 5th summer season in Nantucket.  C+C’s curated selection features works from significant contemporary photographers as well as iconic works by important photographers of the last century, including Steve McCurry, Stephen Wilkes, Terry O’Neill, Dean West, and Nathan Coe. And making her debut at C + C is Palm Beach-based photographer Lisa Pearlman. A limited selection of exquisite floral images offers a sneak peek of Lisa’s forthcoming hardcover book, In Full Bloom expected to hit the shelves late November.

The Palm Beach Island Icon

The Pink Paradise meets the Gray Lady as the Colony Palm Beach heads north for Nantucket by Design. Organized by the Nantucket Historical Society (NHA), Nantucket by Design aims to illuminate Nantucket’s rich historical and design significance, as well as support the NHA’s mission to preserve historic properties on the island.

The Pink Pop-Up

Enjoy a slice of Palm Beach from July 15th-18th, at the Colony’s pop-up at Nantucket’s Hawden House.

Celebrate summer, sip rosé, mix, mingle, and in true Colony fashion, expect a few delightful surprises along the way!

Sarah Wetenhall talks Transformative Design

The Colony Palm Beach’s very own Sarah Wetenhall  joins Kit Kemp and Young Huh, for the Transpire & Inspire panel moderated by Mitch Owens.

The details: Thursday July 18th, 10am-11am at the White Elephant Ballroom; 19 N. Water Street.

The Colony Palm Beach is always making plans!  Follow@thecolonypalmbeach  and stay in the loop with all the summer happenings! And for the Colony Palm Beach’s summer offerings at home, it’s all right here.

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