Bal Harbour Shops is the latest stop for Fleurs de Villes’s globally touring floral arts experiential activation. Brands like Chopard and Neiman Marcus collaborated with local florists to create incredibly detailed couture ensembles made entirely from plant materials. This edition’s theme “Rosé” calls for a whimsy of pink and benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. It’s on display through March 28.
Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal may be absent from this year’s Miami Open, but there are still plenty of major players and rising tennis stars to cheer on. Held at Hard Rock Stadium through April 4, the annual tournament is in the process of draw matches to determine which 96 players will snag 12 places in each draw.
Boulud & Friends
Already known for his Passover and Easter extravaganzas, Daniel Boulud is adding more to his plate this year. The famous French chef is hosting Daniel Entre Amis with guest chefs Emma Bengtsson (Aquavit), George Mendes (Aldea) and Marcus Samuelsson (Red Rooster) at his Café Boulud in Palm Beach. Attendees have their choice of a March 30 dinner or March 31 luncheon.
For Easter dresses and other springtime affairs, Tanya Taylor launched girls’ apparel based on its signature women’s looks. Tanya Taylor Mini recreates bestselling frocks like the Gia style in its colorful, hand-painted prints of poppies, hyacinths and sailboats. It’s currently available through the brand’s website and Maisonette.com, with more stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue in the works.
Advance tickets and masks are required for the 35th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show in West Palm Beach on March 25-28. Upgrade to its VIP Winward Club and make sure to see highlights including the $66 million, 238-foot Quantum of Solace superyacht inspired by the James Bond movie, as well as world premieres of the Sirena 88 and Princess X95.