A 19th-century beach cottage restored by a jewelry designer.
Where in The Abacos to swim with stingrays along a secluded stretch of sand.
Where golf meets style.
A designer’s dwelling.
My go-to dress when my skin is still hot from the sun.
This simple drape of dress can take you from day to dinner to dancing.
A stalwart structure in the heart of busy and bustling downtown.
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The oldest of its kind to still stand on New Providence.
How I would style a beach shack.
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It’s said that Eleuthera was the first island to harvest pineapples on a commercial scale. In 1844, upward of 15,000 dozen were shipped to England. It’s a time now remembered at the annual Pineapple Festival, held the first weekend of June, each year, in Gregory Town. Here I’ve pinned some pineapple-esque products-and-pictures.