Palm Beach Daily News: It’s all about the royals: Happenings in Palm Beach from princess-created collections to fashion and local royalty
From royal-created clothing brands to fashion royalty and presidential stylists, these are the Palm Beach events and collection releases you don’t want to miss.
Can’t miss happenings
Fashion royalty is making its way to Palm Beach this month with Oscar de la Renta and Monse co-creative directors Laura Kim and Fernando Gacia making personal appearances at The Royal Poinciana Plaza.
Just two months after their first visit to Palm Beach, where they showcased their Spring 2020 collection for Hospice Evening, the duo is returning for a trunk show from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Kirna Zabête. They will be showcasing the Spring 2020 collection from their cool-luxe label, Monse, which they founded in 2015. The next day, Kim will be one of the panelists at the plaza’s second annual International Women’s Day Celebration. Starting at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Kim will join store and vineyard owner Joey Wolffer and vice president, regional director of Phillips Auction House Maura Smith, on a panel moderated by local PR extraordinaire Elisabeth Munder.
First lady elegance
Melania Trump’s stylist and designer Hervé Pierre will be in town March 12 for a trunk show of his designs created with his business partner and renowned French pattern-maker Nicolas Caito. After they both created Trump’s inaugural ball dress in 2017, the duo founded Atelier Caito for Herve Pierre, a fashion house that creates limited-edition capsules twice a year, with pieces focusing on the detail and craftsmanship they’re known for in their respective fields. The trunk show will be at The Royal Poinciana Plaza’s Serenella through March 14.