The two-ring circus sizzled with chic women on stilettos heels and in fancy shorts, and men in floral pants and glittery shoes — not quite South Beach but more like a Monte Carlo casino.
In Palm Beach, Saks Fifth Avenue had DJ Adam Lipson, whose riffs brought in a young crowd and Palm Beach Zoo representatives selling painted created by, yes, the animals!
Wine flowed freely at 150 Worth, where a Cake Couture booth sold its usual fare of mini-cupcakes.
Neiman Marcus had a three piece band but Juicy Couture didn’t scrimp on the goodies.
Juicy had a psychic, a massage table and a “bang bar,” yes, a bang bar. That’s where women got their bangs reshaped.
Juicy was filled with young energy and buzz, and not just because that’s where the best swag bag was to be had.
Up I-95 in Palm Beach Gardens, meanwhile, thousands of people gathered in The Gardens Mall atrium at first, then fanned out throughout the mall to enjoy the specials.