Bon vivant and banker Richard Gaff is well-known for the vibrant, vintage-inspired styles he wears to galas, fundraisers, and polo tournaments. A team financial advisor at Merrill Lynch in Palm Beach Gardens, the Wellington…
Author Paige Bowers Shines a Light on French Heroine Geneviève de Gaulle in her new book "The General's Niece."
During his extraordinary life, Alex Dreyfoos has been an inventor, pilot, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and visionary. It all began with his passion for photography.
Lori Berg inherited her fashion sense and luxury retail know-how from her mother, who opened the first Jean Claude Jitrois couture boutique in the United States. Berg followed in her fashionable footsteps, becoming the president and owner of the Jean…
Media mogul Merv Griffin once quipped, “Las Vegas without Wayne Newton is like Disneyland without Mickey Mouse.”
Erin Manning discusses her role at the Flagler Museum and her plans to further the institution’s reach and mission.
Lummertz’s fascination for rare stones stems from accompanying her gemologist father to Paraiba’s colorful mines.
Originally from Moscow, Sweet specializes in works in oil and graphite that accurately depict a subject and also imbue a unique artistic essence.
When Matthew Chevallard couldn’t find affordable, customized, velvet smoking slippers, he did the next best thing and created his own.
Although Jacob Jennings was on track to become a professional opera singer, he decided to switch gears to pursue competitive dancing and instruction while in his freshman year at Old Dominion University in Virginia.
When professional polo player Brandon Phillips arrived in Wellington in 1995, 120th Avenue was just a dirt road where he and his fellow riders would exercise their horses.
While her father, developer Mark Bellissimo, is a prominent figure in Wellington, Paige Bellissimo is forging her own path by combining a passion for horses with philanthropic diligence.
A lover of the outdoors and especially the ocean, aquaculturist Nicole Kirchhoff Sargent began considering the importance of marine baitfish species after completing her Ph.D. at the University of Tasmania and working on commercial bluefin tuna farms in Australia.
Leaving her position as morning news anchor for WPEC CBS12 is one of the biggest risks Emily Pantelides ever took. It’s also proven to be one of the most rewarding leaps of faith for the entrepreneur.
The daughter of Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot, Paloma Picasso was born with artistry in her veins.
Amanda Schumacher’s passion for philanthropy began at home. The wife of Chuck Schumacher, president of the Schumacher Automotive Group, Amanda could provide her five children with ample material possessions, but she wanted to instill in them a need to give.
Today’s food industry celebrities are the new age Rat Pack. They have far more in common with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. than one might think.
Palm Beacher Anita Gabler is on a mission to share her fashion knowledge with the masses. A designer herself, Gabler has spent the last seven years presenting informative luncheons that focus on fashion’s greatest creators, authors, and photographers.
The couple achieved a vintage vision in their redone home, and celebrated with a festive cocktail party.
When tranquility calls, the Miami Beach resident heads north to her sprawling 86-acre estate in Stowe, Vermont.
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