Palm Beach Daily News: LoveShackFancy’s Rebecca Hessel Cohen in Palm Beach during coronavirus outbreak
Her days in Palm Beach consist of family bike rides on the Lake Trail, homeschooling her 6-year-old Scarlett and 4-year-old Stella, moonlight swims in the pool with her husband Todd Cohen and enjoying dinners made by her mother Nancy Hessel Weber on LoveShackFancy table settings and antique China that would make Marie Antoinette envious.
After homeschool, she makes arts and crafts with her daughters, such as doll houses made of the Superga shoeboxes and cake decorating that she shares via Instagram and the brand’s website. After a photo shoot in her dining room with cakes from Publix, she donated all the treats to St. Mary’s Medical Center along with handmade Easter cards from the girls. She also joined forces with resident Christina Coniglio to employ out-of-work seamstresses for 1,000 face masks that will be donated to local hospitals. The hospital shipments are free, but the brand will also start selling masks in a few days and profits will be donated to a non-profit organization.