Those in the creative community have a significantly higher incidence of depression, according to research done by the Hope For Depression Research Foundation (HDRF). With this in mind, Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show President Scott Diament partnered with the organization to present the Hope Designer Showcase, which supports the HDRF and serves as a platform to raise awareness of depression and its related mood disorders.
Now celebrating its third year, the showcase invited six top interior designers and two event designers to create a group of room settings featured at the entrance to the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, which opened to the public earlier this month.
Vignette designed by Scott Snyder
Vignette designed by Bruce Bierman
Jim Aman, John Meek, Bruce Bierman, Campion Platt, Jennifer Post and Scott Snyder carefully selected art and antiques from the 180 international exhibitors of the show to create the vignettes, from a vast range of antiquities to the mid-20th century modern. The designers' goals were to create individual room settings that showed guests how the products and creativity could enhance their environments and their lives.
Vignette designed by Jim Aman and John Meeks
Vignette designed by Campion Platt
The Hope Designer Showcase was previewed at the show’s Opening Night Preview Party and all guests were able to mingle with the designers and have a sneak peek at the show’s offerings.
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