Wyatt Ingraham Koch is an expert in the art of generosity. Son of billionaire oil baron and Palm Beach philanthropist Bill Koch, the Connecticut native moved to the island in 2006. Last year, he launched a line of Wyatt Ingraham dress shirts designed with vibrant, whimsical prints like lightning bolts and shamrocks and sold at boutiques around Palm Beach County. Following in his father’s altruistic footsteps, he donates a portion of his company’s profits to charity. When he’s not spending time at his Florida farm, he supports children’s causes and cancer organizations close to his heart, including Place of Hope, Boys & Girls Clubs, and the American Red Cross.
Favorite TV show: Veep
Favorite musician: Frank Sinatra
Favorite fashion designer: Isaia. I love the colorful blazers.
Bucket list: Skydive over the Grand Canyon
Currently reading: Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
Guilty pleasure: Godiva milk chocolate and caramels
Manscape must: John Frieda hair gel
Springtime to do: Playing tennis at Mar-a-Lago when the weather is perfect
Seasonal accessory: Colorful shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo or Del Toro
Favorite jewelry designer: Cartier for its innovative and timeless designs and style. I also appreciate Cartier’s philanthropic charitable foundation.
Sartorial staple: Hudson jeans
Worth the splurge: An Etro dress shirt
Top travel destination: Cape Cod. I have so many great childhood memories there, and Martha’s Vineyard is a true classic.
Hidden talent: I’m a good basketball shooter and public speaker.
Recent coveted purchase: Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date. It was a gift from my father.
Dinner craving: Renato’s spaghettini alla bolognese and an arugula salad
Signature tipple: I don’t drink alcohol, but I love sparkling water with cranberry juice.
Stress reliever: Spending time at my Florida farm and enjoying the outdoors with friends
Something secret: I like singing karaoke. Can’t Take My Eyes Off You by Frankie Valli is a favorite.
Favorite item from his line: Wyatt Ingraham shirt with hot-pink handcuffs. I love daring to be different and bold.
Next goal: Design a line of women’s clothes