Rosewood’s PlaceMaker Kendall Conrad Hosting Tablescaping Demo

By Montecito Journal   |   November 1, 2022

Rosewood Miramar Beach, one of California’s most luxurious seaside resorts, is thrilled to announce an entertaining masterclass in partnership with Kendall Conrad, the designer and Santa Barbara native and resident, who also serves as the property’s official PlaceMaker.

Just in time to help participants prepare for the holiday season, this entertaining masterclass offers guests and visitors to the resort the chance to learn all the tricks and tips for throwing a perfectly curated event from Kendall herself. Known for her sustainable and effortless chic accessory designs, Kendall is also an accomplished hostess with an eye for curating simply stylish get togethers. Serving as the property’s PlaceMaker, Kendall is pleased to offer this latest installment of expertly crafted experiences for visitors and guests of Rosewood Miramar Beach.

Taking place on Thursday, October 27, from 6 to 8 pm, this intimate event will feature a “tablescaping” demonstration led by Kendall, who will also be on hand to answer participant questions and facilitate what is sure to be an interesting discussion on the topic of celebrating together. The event will feature products and items from The Well Summerland to help attendees curate their ideal “tablescape.” Included in the event will also be light bites and drink pairings, featuring Kendall’s own signature cocktail, all served by the resort’s award-winning culinary team.

Taking place from 12 to 5 pm on the same day, October 27, Kendall Conrad will also be hosting a trunk show on the property open to the public. Here visitors will have the chance to shop items from Kendall’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection, which includes a selection of new bag styles in autumnal colors ranging from mini options to oversized weekenders. The handpicked selection will include styles in rich suedes, nubuck, and napa leather, and will all be available alongside many of Kendall’s new sculptural jewelry offerings, which include pieces made from hand-polished solid brass, gold plated brass, and sterling silver.

Tickets for the event are $50. For more information, please visit the site!


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