WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2016

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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3 On May 11, Hammond Residential Real Estate Wellesley agents Beth Petrone and Uni Joo attend- ed the 13th annual Party in the Park Luncheon at Pinebank Promontory at Jamaica Pond. The pro- ceeds of the Party in the Park go directly to the Justine Mee Liff Fund in support of the restoration and maintenance of the Emerald Necklace park system. Visit www.HammondRE.com. 3 Panoply Day Spa & Boutique is pleased to announce that they are now offering eyelash and eyebrow tinting. Customers love the results. Don't forget your eyebrow shaping as well. Call 781.237.8887 today to book your appointments. And be sure to stop by and shop at the boutique where you'll find the latest styles in clothing, jewelry, scarves, and shoes. Visit www.panoplydayspa.com. 3 Pam Kubbins of Pam's Pashminas & Exotic Scarves is excited to announce the arrival of her new fall 2016 collec- tion. It features a gorgeous silk and merino wool ombre scarf in five color gradations. Each piece is individually hand crafted to create gorgeous bursts of color. Visit Kubbin's website, www.pamspashminas.com, to discover the collection, find upcoming shows, book a personalized appointment at her home bou- tique in Wellesley, or host a scarf party for a cause. 3 Bella Santé Day & Med Spa, located in Linden Square, announced that the spa is now offering Olaplex hair treatments. This revolutionary hair product strengthens hair and prevents breakage, especially for color-treated or over-processed hair. Olaplex hair services offered in Bella Santé's Wellesley location reconnects bonds of hair that have broken in chemical processes. To book an appointment with one of Bella Santé's talented hairstylists, please call 617.424.9930 or stop by the spa to make an appointment at 190 Linden Street. 3 Los Angeles-based jewelry brand Spinelli Kilcolin makes its debut this fall at IMPULSE by Adamas Fine Jewelry, located at 180 Linden Street in Wellesley. Launched in 2010 and created from designer Yves Spinelli's own desire for clean and architecturally aesthetic jewelry, the collection's sig- nature design of interconnected rings that stack is innovative and edgy in its simplicity. Visit IMPULSE and see for yourself what has every style editor buzzing: a must-have for the jewelry aficionado. For more information, visit www.trustyourimpulse.com. 3 Pinnacle Residential Properties announced that Mary Beth Grimm, long-time Wellesley resident and well-known, accomplished realtor, has joined its sales and marketing force. Grimm has been selling residen- tial real estate locally for over a decade and has built an outstanding reputation. A multiple award winner, she is highly respected among her colleagues as well as the many clients she has served. Grimm holds certifications as a Fine Homes Specialist, Accredited Buyers Representative, and Sellers Representative Specialist. To reach her, call 781.237.5000. 3 The Parlor Salon & Apothecary now offers a dedicated private room for customers who would like a private haircut or who have wigs they would like maintained or cut. Winner of Best of Boston 2015, clients enjoy high-back settees, button-tufted leather ottomans, and opulent red lucite chandeliers that create a detail-rich, vintage-style sitting room. Visit The Parlor Salon & Apothecary at 398-400 Washington Street in Wellesley Hills or call 781.237.2121 for an appointment. 3 Debi Benoit, Amy Mizner, and Sheryl Simon of Benoit Mizner Simon & Co., with offices in Weston and Wellesley, were recognized for being ranked among the top 1,000 real estate profession- als nationwide in the Wall Street Journal's annual Real Trends Awards. Benoit was ranked #37 in the country for the individual sales dollar volume cate- 28 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | f a l l 2 0 1 6 inbox Beth Petrone (left) and Uni Joo (right) Pam Kubbins clockwise: Debi Benoit, Sheryl Simon, and Amy Mizner Lyn Evans was presented the Business Recognition Award for Community Service by the Wellesley Chamber of Commerce. Lyn Evans gives back to the community through a combination of fundraisers, fashion shows, and charity events throughout the year. Serving clients and local communities is its mission. "Doing well by doing good" is an important core value. The store worked with the Herren Project, Fashion Plates, and Lighthouse Charitable Foundation to help raise money and awareness for their causes.

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