PALMER Editorial Director Stefano Tonchi and ADDF Board Governor Nancy Goodes hosted an afternoon of holiday shopping for a cause – along with Bettina Anderson, Sarah Cooke, Devon McCready, Lauren Merck, Sally Roosevelt and Whitney Schott, at LAFAYETTE 148‘s new location at The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens. 

Twenty percent of revenue will be donated to ADDF – the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation, through Thursday, December 15th. Founded in 1998 by brothers Leonard and Ronald Lauder, ADDF is dedicated to rapidly accelerating the discovery of drugs to prevent, treat and cure Alzheimer’s disease. It is the only public charity solely focused on this cause. Through the generosity of its donors, ADDF has awarded more than $209 million to fund over 690 Alzheimer’s drug discovery programs, biomarker programs and clinical trials in nineteen countries.

Click HERE to shop for the cause using Code: ADDF22

Devon McCready, Bettina Anderson, and Sally Roosevelt
Nancy Goodes and Stefano Tonchi
Lafayette 148 at The Gardens Mall
Deb Gray and Nancy Goodes
Sarah Cooke takes the fringed maxi skirt for a spin
Devon trys on looks from the Lafayette 148 Collection
Bettina Anderson shops for a cause
Bettina perusing PALMER
Katherine Lande and Bettina Anderson