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Livre Palm Beach - Assouline

$149.00

Assouline

Livre Palm Beach - Assouline

$149.00

Marchandise Épuisé

Au début des années 1900, l'ancien baron du pétrole Henry Morrison Flagler s'est intéressé à la côte sud de la Floride et a commencé à développer une communauté de villégiature exclusive. Établissant un chemin de fer qui permettrait un accès plus facile à la région, il a ensuite construit deux hôtels - il espérait que les premières familles américaines viendraient peupler la région. Cette modeste communauté deviendra plus tard une destination américaine emblématique, accueillant la royauté britannique, des stars de cinéma américaines et devenant le second chez-soi de certaines des principales familles du pays. Au fil du siècle, Palm Beach s'est imposé comme un refuge de luxe synonyme de glamour du vieux monde et de sophistication du nouveau monde.

Dans ce splendide volume, Aerin Lauder, résidente de longue date et société sociale de Palm Beach, nous emmène à travers son Palm Beach. Des restaurants préférés comme Nandos et Renatos, aux maisons préférées comme La Follia et Villa Artemis, elle nous emmène dans les boutiques d'élite de Worth Avenue et les allées pittoresques du sentier du lac Worth, tout en nous racontant les histoires, les visages et endroits qui sont devenus si identifiés à Palm Beach.

 

Early in the 1900s, one-time oil baron Henry Morrison Flagler took interest in the Southern coast of Florida and began developing an exclusive resort community. Establishing a railroad that would allow easier access to the area, he went on to build two hotels—his hope was that America’s first families would come to populate the area. This modest community would later evolve into an iconic American destination, hosting British royalty, American movie stars, and becoming the home-away-from-home to some of the country’s leading families. As the century continued, Palm Beach established itself as a luxury hideaway synonymous with old-world glamour and new-world sophistication.

In this splendid volume, longtime resident and Palm Beach social fixture Aerin Lauder takes us through her Palm Beach. From favorite restaurants like Nandos and Renatos, to favorite houses like La Follia and Villa Artemis, she takes us to the elite shopping of Worth Avenue and the scenic walkways of the Lake Worth trail, all the while relating to us the histories, faces, and places that have become so identified with Palm Beach.

 

272 pages
plus de 250 illustrations
langue Anglaise
Sortie en septembre 2019
L 9,8 x L 13 x P 1,4 pouces
Couverture rigide en tissu
ISBN: 9781614288626
5,9 livres

 

272 pages
over 250 illustrations
English language
Released in September 2019
W 9.8 x L 13 x D 1.4 in
Cloth hardcover
ISBN: 9781614288626
5.9 lb

 

In the early 1900s, former oil baron Henry Morrison Flagler took an interest in the South Florida coast and began to develop an exclusive resort community. Establishing a railroad that would allow easier access to the area, he then built two hotels - he hoped that the first American families would come to populate the area. This humble community would later become an iconic American destination, welcoming British royalty, American movie stars and becoming the home away from home for some of the country's leading families. Over the century, Palm Beach has established itself as a luxury retreat synonymous with old world glamor and new world sophistication.

In this splendid volume, Aerin Lauder, longtime resident and social society of Palm Beach, takes us through her Palm Beach. From favorite restaurants like Nandos and Renatos, to favorite homes like La Follia and Villa Artemis, she takes us through the elite shops of Worth Avenue and the quaint alleys of the Lake Worth Trail, while telling us the stories, faces and places that have become so identified with Palm Beach.



Early in the 1900s, one-time oil baron Henry Morrison Flagler took interest in the Southern coast of Florida and began developing an exclusive resort community. Establishing a railroad that would allow easier access to the area, he went on to build two hotels — his hope was that America's first families would come to populate the area. This modest community would later evolve into an iconic American destination, hosting British royalty, American movie stars, and becoming the home-away-from-home to some of the country’s leading families. As the century continued, Palm Beach established itself as a luxury hideaway synonymous with old-world glamor and new-world sophistication.

In this splendid volume, longtime resident and Palm Beach social fixture Aerin Lauder takes us through her Palm Beach. From favorite restaurants like Nandos and Renatos, to favorite houses like La Follia and Villa Artemis, she takes us to the elite shopping of Worth Avenue and the scenic walkways of the Lake Worth trail, all the while relating to us the histories, faces, and places that have become so identified with Palm Beach.



272 pages
more than 250 illustrations
English language
Released in September 2019
L 9.8 x W 13 x D 1.4 inches
Hard fabric cover
ISBN: 9781614288626
5.9 lbs



272 pages
over 250 illustrations
English language
Released in September 2019
W 9.8 x L 13 x D 1.4 in
Cloth hardcover
ISBN: 9781614288626
5.9 lbs