Palm Beach Daily/The Shiny Sheet: “Magasin in Royal Poinciana Plaza focuses on men’s fashion”
They don’t sell magazines, but Magasin, located inside the Royal Poinciana Plaza in suite 307, is a multi-brand men’s boutique focused on Italian, Japanese and American designers. Even though the shop focuses on menswear, some items are unisex.
The $2,350 Valextra portfolio features a short handle, inside pockets and slots for your tools. They’re offered in various shades of dark colors including blue, black and grey. The vertical wallet from the same brand is made in Italy and has interior lining leather, soft textured calfskin and 12 credit card slots.
They also offer beauty products from Lockwood New York including a $38 soy candle made from non-toxic bio-degradable wax with a mint sage aroma and their No. 22 rosemary geranium body wash for $48.
Summer vibes — London-based illustrator and painter Alice Tye collaborated with British swim company Orlebar Brown on the Bulldog swim shorts portraying a serene art deco West Coast home.
The tailored $345 swim short is based on the traditional tailored trouser pattern and crafted from quick-drying fabric. Orlebar Brown is at 340 Royal Poinciana Way Suite C3.
Navajo style — St. Frank has collaborated with Etkie jewelry company, which works with Native American artisans in New Mexico, to create Southwest-inspired jewelry. Together, they designed a contemporary cuff based on antique Navajo rug motifs.
Each piece is hand-beaded on a traditional Navajo loom. The diamond design represents the Navajo homeland surrounded by four sacred mountains.
The cuffs are offered in three sizes, two colors and can be found at the shop, 340 Royal Poinciana Way Suite C1. Prices range from $215 to $575.
Frida fashion — Frida Kahlo was an iconic artist and fashionista who continues to inspire generations to come. She thought of life as a theater, and fashion was her costume.
After seeing the first-ever exhibition in 2012 of Kahlo’s clothing at the La Casa Azul museum, Susana Martínez Vidalwas inspired to write Frida Kahlo: Fashion as the Art of Being. A book with a vibrant tribute to Kahlo’s bold character, style, art and fashion which includes pictures of celebrities channeling their inner Frida. The book can be found at Assouline 340 Royal Poinciana Way Suite M306.