• Wanderers Palm Beach

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    Del Toro, the youthful Prince Albert slipper start-up helmed by Matthew Chevallard, set up shop on Palm Beach earlier this month. Wanderers Palm Beach is a limited edition store inspired by its surrounding artistic atmosphere—more or less a fresh take on the traditional pop-up shop. Chevallard, along with fellow designer Christina Coniglio, curated a selection of local photography, jewelry, mens swimwear, and pottery to complement the offering at Wanderers. I popped into the Royal Poinciana Way location over the weekend to check out the latest collection for men and women. That’s right, Del Toro is debuting their womens collection at the shop, boasting leopard and zebra pony hair slippers as well as velvet and linen options. Also debuting next month at Wanderers? An F.E. Castleberry for Del Toro black watch Prince Albert slipper.

    Nov 22, 2011 | Permalink (5) Total Comments

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    emjkmj left a comment on 11/24/2011 at 9:23 PM:

    @Laguna, I thought the same thing when I moved to PB.  But during storm season we get 6-8 waves.

    Laguna Beach Fogey left a comment on 11/24/2011 at 12:36 PM:

    Very nice.

    My Prince Alberts are from Edward Green and Stubbs & Wootton, but I might have to give Del Toro a try.

    I have to laugh at the picture of the surfboard. A surfboard…in Florida?! LOL!!

    emjkmj left a comment on 11/24/2011 at 12:20 AM:

    Show us some pics of your slippers… Is it a black watch plaid with any embroidery?