EyeOnSouthFlorida (video) – Host Evan Golden hit the red carpet on Worth Ave for the grand opening of Golfino USA’s flagship store. Evan mingled and chatted with Seinfeld’s John O’Hurley, USA Network Satisfaction actress Stephanie Szostak, Dancing with the Stars’ Maks Chmerkovskiy, and Josh Cohen of ESPN just to name a few. It was a spectacular event with Lamborghini’s, great food, great atmosphere, beautiful clothes and a portion of the proceeds went to Els to help support autism.
GOLFINO, Europe’s market leader for high-quality golf wear announces the opening of a new US Flagship Store, located at 150 Worth Avenue (2nd Floor)
in Palm Beach, FL. This will be GOLFINO’s first stand alone boutique in the United States. Situated on legendary Worth Avenue, in the heart of Palm Beach, GOLFINO Palm Beach is the
latest in a long line of store openings in cosmopolitan and resort locations, including London, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Zurich, St Andrews, Marbella and Palma in Mallorca.
GOLFINO Palm Beach is a contrast to our other stores utilizing a different generation of store design, incorporating into our concept, the mood and the atmosphere of Palm Beach.
GOLFINO Palm Beach exudes a modern sporty lifestyle with a relaxed and prestigious ambience. The store features bright furnishings with a white background combined with
wooden elements in warm beige colors to create a marine beach atmosphere that is reminiscent of sporty elegance.
Founded in 1986, by Dr Bernd Kirsten and his wife Christel, GOLFINO has grown into one of Europe’s sportswear success stories. In addition to its standalone stores, GOLFINO also boasts
500 Shops- in-Shop partners across 18 European countries.
As European market leader in golf sportswear, GOLFINO stands for fashion, function and outstanding quality.
Since 1986, every outfit in each collection has been stylish, comfortable and functional, while protecting the
wearer from adverse weather conditions. As an owner-managed, family-run business, GOLFINO attaches great
importance to continuous communication with customers and fulfilling individual needs and wishes.
When Bernhard Langer won the US Masters in 1985 and became the World’s No.1 player a year later, founders
Dr Bernd Kirsten and Christel Kirsten, decided to make the most of the passion for golf in Europe and established
GOLFINO – a niche label that initially only sold knitwear for golfers. Eye-catching motifs and adornments were the
trademarks of fashion in the 1980s and the Kirstens successfully integrated them into the golf wear sector.