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New Palm Beach Boutiques: Cartier, Veronica Beard and Sisley

Heading to Palm Beach? Here is your shopping guide to the newest openings


Cartier has opened a seasonal boutique at The Royal Poinciana Plaza through May. The airy space features a palette of fabrics and materials in soft neutral tones incorporating cream, bronze and gold throughout, as well as local touches and impressive finishes. The iconic Panthère synonymous with Cartier anchors the salon, which features a warm, champagne-toned color palette combined with precious and natural materials with soft curves and an eye-catching light installation with sleek, hand-blown glass orbs. “We are thrilled to unveil our new seasonal Palm Beach boutique, a unique blend of modernity and local flavor,” says Mercedes Abramo, president and CEO of Cartier North America. “Palm Beach is an ideal location for Cartier, and we’re looking forward to returning to the community and welcoming guests with an exciting experience at The Royal Poinciana Plaza.” The range of Cartier jewelry and watch creations—from High Jewelry to the new Clash de Cartier collection and signature jewelry lines including Love, Panthère de Cartier and Juste un Clou, along with timepieces such as Santos de Cartier, Tank, Panthère de Cartier and more—are on offer.

The Cartier boutique


Jeweler Mish Tworkowski has opened an outpost of his Mish boutique in a historic Addison Mizner–designed pink stucco building that was once the home of Palm Beach’s first department store. Joseph Singer, Tworkowski’s partner, oversaw the architecture, with local preservationist architects Smith Kellogg Architecture executing his vision and New York City interior designer Katie Ridder masterminding the interiors. To celebrate the opening, the brand unveiled the new Why Knot? collection, which reimagines knotted ropes in stylish, playful and luxurious ways. The jewelry designer has also debuted a one-of-a-kind turquoise bracelet featuring his favorite shells and sea creatures turned into vibrant turquoise charms.

The Mish boutique

Veronica Beard

Veronica Beard has opened its 18th U.S. store in Palm Beach at The Royal Poinciana. The cool-girl label was founded by sisters-in-law Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard in 2010 and has fast become a household name with devotees like Meghan Markle, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez. This location offers the newest ready-to-wear, denim, swim, footwear and accessories.

The Veronica Beard boutique

Via Flagler by The Breakers

Via Flagler by The Breakers, an alfresco plaza located down the road from the oceanfront property on Royal Poinciana Way, has lots in store this spring. First is the opening of Main Street by The Breakers, a contemporary boutique-meets-café. The boutique features a comprehensive selection of accessories, fragrances, home décor and specialty items alongside coffee drinks, freshly made donuts, craft ice cream, homemade baked goods and a variety of sandwiches and snacks. “Through this venture, we wanted to re-energize the island’s original town center as a best-in-class lifestyle destination,” says The Breakers CEO Paul Leone. “Via Flagler is the newest gem on the island, not only marking the revitalization of historic Main Street but creating renewed excitement in retail.”

Via Flagler by The Breakers

Also notable this season at Via Flagler is the opening of a freestanding boutique from French beauty brand Sisley. With a clean, elegant, minimalist aesthetic, the new store showcases high-quality skincare, cosmetics, haircare and fragrances. The location will also house an exclusive spa cabin, where customers can benefit from the brand’s signature radiance-enhancing and anti-aging facial treatments. “The beautiful location in the heart of Palm Beach offers a high-end shopping and lifestyle destination for our already devoted local clientele,” says Sisley U.S. president James Maki. “We are pleased to join such a fantastic collection of luxury boutiques and eateries this spring.”

The Sisley boutique