Bonnie Roseman's Blog

  • Bonnie's Buzz About Town

    It's been a busy holiday season, but one of the best yet!

    Recently I've enjoyed taking in the local art scene. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach is spotlighting local talent, and the latest exhibition of local art is by Tony Arruza. He spent five years creating a collection featuring hand-crafted surfboards inlaid with photographs, and no two boards are the same. Catch the wave of creativity by surfing down to 601 Lake Avenue, where the boards are on display until January 21st.
    The gorgeous exhibition on display at the Cultural Council headquarters. The gorgeous exhibition on display at the Cultural Council headquarters.
    I was very proud to assist in the fundraising for Achilles International, an organization dedicated to enabling people with disabilities to participate in running events across the country. We had a beautiful fundraiser at Mar-A-Lago, and I donated three of my one of a kind items: a leopard and floral scarf from the U.S., an acrylic leopard bracelet from Milan, and a pair of animal print earrings from London. The women could "spot" my style from a mile away!
    img_0577 Founder Mary Bryant McCourt shares her charity's wonderful mission with us in the ballroom space donated by President Elect Donald Trump.
    In the spirit of the season, I am happy to announce that I have partnered with Legends Radio for a feature to keep locals informed as to the most exciting social events in Palm Beach County. Legends is one of the classiest radio stations featuring fabulous artists such as Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennet and more.  I'll be on air this winter talking about all the best events and sights to see  Tune in to Legends Radio at 100.3 FM or listen to the livestream here for"Bonnie's Buzz About Town"every Thursday morning during the 9 o'clock hour!"
    Founder Mary Bryant McCourt shares her charity's wonderful mission with us in the ballroom space donated by President Elect Donald Trump. Bonnie in the Legends Radio Studio. 
  • The Nantucket Project

    What an incredible journey! This year’s Nantucket Project brought in the best and the brightest writers, politicians, artists, and world leaders to the island of Nantucket for a whirlwind week that was certainly a meeting of the minds.

    It was fabulous to hear so many successful people tell their stories. Norman Lear, creator of All in the Family, The Jeffersons and Good Times, took us through his groundbreaking career in television. At 94 years old, he is still producing: He just wrapped a 13 episode show for Netflix that premieres January 2nd. It’s a cuban version of One Day At a Time, starring Rita Moreno. I can’t wait to watch – she’s been a client and a friend for years!

    Acclaimed actor Paul Giamatti, known for his work in Sideways, the HBO series John Adams and more, is currently traveling the country with his project called Theater of Wars. He and his fellow actors are performing Greek Tragedies for veterans all over the United States.

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    Another voice taking the stage was two-time Olympic gold medalist Hope Solo, the best goal-keeper in the world. She now has a new goal: fighting for equal pay for women. Monica Lewinsky is an anti-bullying ambassador, focusing her activism on preventing cyberbullying. Seeing so many strong women gave me such a thrill for the future.

    For all the inspiring women, there were certainly hard-working men as well. Tom Scott is the man who made it all happen, and it was such a joy to meet the founder of the Nantucket Project. Deepak Chopra was on hand to help us all harness our chi and align our chakras, representing a voice for alternative medicine. Gordon Gund startedFoundation Fighting Blindness, dedicated to helping those who are losing their site. Through his research he has been able to reverse the blindness of seven children worldwide, and one of them was interviewed live at the event! The eyes of the audience were as wet as the coastal weather.

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    Upper left: Bonnie with Deepak Chopra. Lower right: Bonnie with Nantucket Project Founder Tom Scott.

    Soon I’ll be leaving this gorgeous island for my tour down the Eastern Seaboard. Now is the perfect time to give me a call and schedule your appointment. I’ll be making stops in every state from Massachusetts to Florida!

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    I am looking forward to hearing from you. Give me a call at (917) 209 – 0516 or email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com to schedule your personalized appointment.
    Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

    1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
    2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
    3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

    Feel good, and look even better!

  • One Accessory, Five Looks

    While you are still enjoying your late summer adventures, I want to share one of my very important travel wardrobe secrets with you…

    My advice is to pick just one very special accessory, and choose multiple ways to utilize it, which will enable you to avoid overpacking.

    To demonstrate this principal, I have chosen a one of a kind silk shantung wrap. It is made with black and copper taffeta with hand-painted touches and a large gingham print.

    You need to start with your basic black separates: A tee top, slacks, a skirt or a simple dress.

    It is essential to have a variety of jewelry pieces that can add a little pop, and don’t require a lot of room in your carry-on.

    Rather than weighing your suitcase down with gemstones, opt for lighter wearable art pieces made with treasures from the sea.

    Nee Guinea pyrene shells, enamel-dipped coral, and hand-carved Mother-of-Pearl.

    As a final addition I’ve selected a beautiful belt made with hand-cast polished pewter, onyx and horn inlay and a custom made leather-netted strap. It’s adjustable to any size, so it fits any body type.

    The versatility of this accessory allows me to transform your simple pieces into dynamic, unique, one of a kind looks that can take you through an entire week, never looking the same way twice.

    Everyone has their wardrobe basics. It’s my job to transform your clothing options with touches of color and one of a kind accessories.

    I am looking forward to hearing from you. Give me a call at (917) 209 – 0516 or email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com to schedule your personlized appointment.
    Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

    1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
    2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
    3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

    Feel good, and look even better!

  • Summer Sparks

    Have you ever wanted to dance on a rooftop while watching the sunset over the sea?

    I'll never forget tapping my toes on the Whaling Museums beautiful rooftop observation deck while I watched the sun dip into the waters of the Nantucket coastline. The Nantucket Historical Association is hosting more fabulous summer events on their gorgeous roof, so if you missed this party, there are more to come!

    Rooftop Party

    On July 14th, the Nantucket Preservation Society hosted the Summer Lecture and Luncheon. Attendees dined and enjoyed a talk from authors Hutton Wilkinson and Flynn Kuhnert, as they detailed their new book set titled A Walk to Elsie's, which chronicles one of the most famous interior designers of the 20th century.

    Bonnie with the authors.

    It's been so fabulous to attend the summertime community events of Nantucket and see all the fabulous women wearing B-L-T! It was like a mini fashion show at the Artist's Association of Nantucket dinner party. Way to "B," ladies!

    13600166_10209505957623207_857880960759991308_n Bonnie and her clients in B-L-T wardrobe pieces.

    If you attend as many events as I do, you need a wardrobe to keep pace! Now is the perfect time to schedule your wardrobe consultation, and make sure your clothes are working for you. Call (917) 209 - 0516 and we can schedule an appointment when it's most convenient. Not on island? Not a problem - let's Facetime and I'll showcase the best of my collection while you enjoy the comforts of home.

    Always remember my three Golden Rules to dress by:
    1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
    2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
    3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

    Feel good, and look even better!

  • Fourth of July

    What better place to celebrate our nation's birthday than one of its historic islands! Nantucket is an absolutely magical place to have the Fourth of July.

    Downtown Main Street becomes the hub for all kinds of patriotic themed events.There are pie-eating contests, games, and of course a parade! It's a wonder to witness all the beautiful houses in bloom.

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    The annual fireworks display on Jetties Beach is so fabulous, and it seems like each year is better than the year before! Flags are hanging high from all the homes, and everyone is having picnics on the beach. I like to enjoy the spectacle with a nice bottle of rosé.

    Fireworks Ack Beach

    I’m now on island for the summer season, so be sure to schedule your stylist appointment by calling me at (917) 209 – 0516 or emailing bonnie@bonnieroseman.com. Don’t forget to wear your patriotic combination of red, white and blue for the holiday!

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    When dressing for events and special occasions, always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

    1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
    2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
    3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.
     Feel confident whenever and wherever you go!

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