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This project is being developed by 8701 Collins Development, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“Developer”), which has a limited right to use the trademarked names and logos of Terra and Bizzi & Partners Development. Any and all statements, disclosures and/or representations shall be deemed made by Developer and not by Terra and Bizzi & Partners Development and you agree to look solely to Developer (and not to Terra and Bizzi & Partners Development and/or each of their affiliates) with respect to any and all matters relating to the sales and marketing and/or development of the project. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. These materials are not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy a unit in the condominium. Such an offering shall only be made pursuant to the prospectus (offering circular) for the condominium and no statements should be relied upon unless made in the prospectus or in the applicable purchase agreement. In no event shall any solicitation, offer or sale of a unit in the condominium be made in, or to residents of, any state or country in which such activity would be unlawful. Images and designs depicted herein are artist’s conceptual renderings, which are based upon preliminary development plans, and are subject to change without notice in the manner provided in the offering documents. All such materials are not to scale and are shown solely for illustrative purposes. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.
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EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. THIS IS NOT AN OFFER TO SELL, OR SOLICITATION TO BUY A UNIT. SUCH AN OFFERING SHALL ONLY BE MADE PURSUANT TO THE PROSPECTUS AND NO STATEMENTS SHOULD BE RELIED UPON UNLESS MADE IN THE PROSPECTUS OR IN THE APPLICABLE PURCHASE AGREEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL ANY SOLICITATION, OFFER OR SALE OF A UNIT IN THE CONDOMINIUM BE MADE IN, OR TO RESIDENTS OF, ANY STATE OR COUNTRY IN WHICH SUCH ACTIVITY WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. BRANDING & ADVERTISING: AND PARTNERS, NY
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One River Point brings Rafael VinĚƒolyâ€™s concept of architecture as performance dramatically to life. Twin waterfront towers will transform the skyline of Miami as much as they will redefine the luxury lifestyle. For inquiries, please call 305-307-5933 or visit oneriverpoint.com Exclusive Sales & Marketing by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
This is not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy, condominium units to residents of any jurisdiction where such offer or solicitation cannot be made or is otherwise prohibited by law, and your eligibility for purchase will depend upon your state of residency. This offering is made only by the prospectus for the condominium and no statement should be relied upon if not made in the prospectus. The information provided, including pricing, is solely for informational purposes, and is subject to change without notice. Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. For correct representations, make reference to this brochure and to the documents required by section 718.503, Florida statutes, to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee. This advertisement is not an offering. It is a solicitation of interest in the advertised property. No offering of the advertised units can be made and no deposits can be accepted, or reservations, binding or non-binding, can be made until an offering plan is filed with the New York State Department of Law. This advertisement is made pursuant to Cooperative Policy Statement No. 1, issued by the New York State Department of Law. CP16-0027, Sponsor: KAR Miami MRP LLC, 24 SW 4th Street, Miami, Florida 33130
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ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. This is not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy, condominium units to residents of any jurisdiction where prohibited by law, and your eligibility for purchase will depend upon your state of residency. This offering is made only by the prospectus for the condominium and no statement should be relied upon if not made in the prospectus. All plans, features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Use and operation of the helipad are conditioned upon obtaining FAA and other governmental approvals. Approval has not yet been obtained. No assurance can be given about whether the approvals can be obtained, and/or if so, the timing of same. Artist rendering provided by ARX Solutions. | Creative Director Alfred Lamoureux
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Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating representations of the developer. For correct representations, make reference to the documents required by section 718.503, Florida Statutes, to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee. Project is being developed by Sunny Isles Beach Associates, LLC. Which has a right to use the trademark name and logo of Fortune International Group Corp.. Features, illustrations, graphics and depictions are conceptual and preliminary only and are for convenience of reference. Developer expressly reserves the right to make modifications, revisions and changes it deems desirable in its sole and absolute discretion without notice. This is not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy, in any jurisdiction where prohibited by law. Architect of Record â€“ ADD Inc. Creative Agency:
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Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. For correct representations, reference should be made to the documents required by section 718.503, Florida statutes, to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee. This offering is made only by the prospectus for the condominium and no statement should be relied upon if not made in the prospectus. This is not an offer to sell, or solicitation of offers to buy, the condominium units in states where such offer or solicitation cannot be made. Prices, plans and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. This offering is made only by the prospectus for the condominium and no statement should be relied upon if not made in the prospectus. These materials are not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy a unit in the condominium. Such an offering shall only be made pursuant to the prospectus (offering circular) for the condominium and no statements should be relied upon unless made in the prospectus or in the applicable purchase agreement. In no event shall any solicitation, offer or sale of a unit in the condominium be made in, or to residents of, any state or country in which such activity would be unlawful. All plans, features and amenities depicted herein are based upon preliminary development plans, and are subject to change without notice in the manner provided in the offering documents. No guarantees or representations whatsoever are made that any plans,
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Calling all film buffs and circus freaks! Making its Florida debut this summer, the critically acclaimed Cirkopolis, inspired by Fritz Lang’s 1927 dystopian cinematic masterpiece Metropolis, merges the magic of circus, dance, and theater in a fantastical spectacle depicting one man’s quest for identity. Part of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the
Performing Arts’ 10thanniversary season, Cirkopolis is the ninth original production from the Montreal-based Cirque Éloize. Created by Jeannot Painchaud—Cirque Éloize’s artistic director, designer of the stunning acrobatics during the closing ceremonies of the 2006 Olympic Games, and the worldrenowned choreographer of Cirque du Soleil’s
Zumanity and The Beatles LOVE—the show starts with the sad existence of an unidentified blue-collar desk clerk tasked with moving papers all day. “Cirkopolis is different than all the other Cirque Éloize [shows] because everything is turning around the main character’s point of view,” Painchaud explains. “He wants to reinvent his environment.”
Ten gravity-defying acrobats and multidisciplinary artists, an original musical score, and 3-D projections “take [the protagonist] to what his possible and pinnacle reality could be,” with mystery, comedy, drama, surprise, and shock personified during his (and your) escape from everyday life. Says Painchaud, “As a spectator, you know the creators
and performers have succeeded when they take you on an emotional roller coaster. As creators and performers, you know you’ve succeeded when the audience holds their breath.” Cirkopolis runs July 8 through 31 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-949-6722; arshtcenter.org
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full frontal Marc Quinn’s Myth Fortuna sculpture of supermodel Kate Moss in the Design District.
Design District’s New Girl A lArger-thAn-life stAtue of supermodel KAte moss getting her “om” on cAptivAtes the crowds in one of miAmi’s most luxurious neighborhood destinAtions.
Since visionary and Miami native Craig Robins planted its seeds about 15 years ago, the Design District has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors, who flock to the neighborhood in search of high-end fashions and to admire the architectural ingenuity and ever-changing artistic masterpieces
displayed throughout the ultra-posh neighborhood (and maybe even snap an Instagram-worthy shot or two). The latest work causing heads to turn and smartphones to flash is Londonbased contemporary artist Marc Quinn’s massive white-painted bronze, Myth Fortuna. The sculpture,
which depicts supermodel Kate Moss performing a nearly impossible inversion-meets-backbend yoga pose (on her tiptoes), is on loan from the Opera Gallery. The unique piece “explores the idea of Moss as an abstraction, an idealized figure who is more of a cultural hallucination than an actual
person of flesh and blood,” says Opera Gallery Director Dan Benchetrit. “[Quinn] chose Moss because she’s an icon of our age.” As for the sculpture’s contorted position, Benchetrit says a popular flower inspired the artist. “If you look at the sculpture, you will see an
orchid with the legs and the arms.” On display in the District’s Paseo Ponti between Cartier and Hermès, the immortalized Moss perfectly encapsulates Miami’s current crazes of art, fashion, and fitness like a present straight from the Miami Design District.
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Front runner Muhammad Ali meeting the Beatles for the first time, at the 5th St. Gym in Miami Beach, February 1964.
The Good Fight Boxing legend MuhaMMad ali Became an international superstar in miami and helped shape the city into a gloBal destination in the process.
A global icon who changed the sport of boxing, Muhammad Ali became “Muhammad Ali” in Miami Beach. He welcomed the Beatles to town, trained for years at the 5th St. Gym with the legendary Angelo Dundee, and became a champion as Cassius Clay when he “shook up the world” by beating Sonny Liston at the Miami Beach
Convention Center on February 25, 1964. A turning point for the sport of boxing, it was also a turning point for Clay, who a week later changed his name to Muhammad Ali and transformed from a brash boxer to an outspoken political and religious activist who sacrificed significant years of his career for his beliefs. Many feel it was his time
here that shaped his world views. From his nights spent enjoying the music scene in Overtown to lunch counter sit-ins at Woolworth’s and Burdines, Ali connected with the Black Muslim community in Miami. “He used to run across from Overtown to the beach all the time,” says current 5th St. Gym co-owner Tom Tsatas, who welcomed Ali back to the
gym numerous times, including for its reopening in 2010. “He loved Miami Beach and was more personable than anyone I’ve ever met. He was the greatest in many ways.” Throughout his later life, Ali was a presence in Miami, celebrating a University of Miami football championship at Joe’s Stone Crab in 2002, promoting his coffee-table
book at Taschen bookstore in 2010, and throwing out the very first pitch at Marlins Park in 2012. In the wake of Ali’s death following a lengthy battle with Parkinson’s disease, the city of Miami Beach plans to rename a street in his honor, not because of the fight inside the ring that changed his life, but the fight outside it that changed ours.
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The Standard Spa is just one of many elite Miami jewels offering up services during Miami Spa Month.
46 // Full Frontal 82 // letter From the editor-in-ChieF 84 // letter From the Publisher 86 // …Without Whom this issue Would not have been Possible 88 // the list 161 // shot on site
Style 93 // taking the Plunge
Made in South Florida, Montce Swim heats up the beach with its flattering designs this summer.
96 // in the abstraCt Shape up your style with these artful and avant-garde designer accessories.
98 // the neW bronze age Fake it before you bake it: New high-tech bronzers offer a skin-safe way to get a glow.
100 // Cover Worthy
Brazilian swim favorite Adriana Degreas opens in Miami.
Famed swimsuit model Hannah Davis looks back at the Ocean Drive cover that changed her career.
102 // means to an end Lands’ End brings back its classic Canvas collection with an update to cater to a younger, more sophisticated audience.
photography by Carolina Milano (adriana degreas); Courtesy of the standard spa, MiaMi beaCh (pool)
Eco-activist designer Stella McCartney introduces her debut swimwear collection, based on classic patterns and palettes in her ready-to-wear line.
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Scene 117 // in tHe swim of tHings The annual Miami Swim week adds some sizzle to this month’s social scene.
118 // centRe of tHe univeRse Stephen Owens of Swire Properties touts the company’s Brickell City Centre—and the project’s commitment to the community.
120 // undeR tHe sea Oceanography scion Philippe Cousteau Jr. dives deep to help preserve and protect South Florida’s endangered coral reefs.
Stephen Owens masterminded the game-changing Brickell City Centre, raising the bar for mixed-use developments to come.
122 // spice giRL Florida native Arielle Kebbel burns up the screen in HBO’s filmed-in-Miami smash hit Ballers.
124 // goLd RusH Mark this summer’s Olympic spirit with watches esteemed for their precision in official timekeeping.
Cover for the Cuba, Ideal Vacation Land guide, 1951–52, from the Cuban Tourist Commission, part of the “Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction” exhibit at The Wolfsonian-FIU.
106 // Heaven spent Miami Spa Month lets you sample the most decadent treatments in town.
110 // no stRings attacHed Celebrate Swim Week with bikinis from South Florida’s most promising new designers.
112 // pRepaRe to LauncH! Shop till you drop with these new stores and collections popping up all over town.
Cutler Bay gymnast Danell Leyva is aiming to top his bronze-medalwinning performance in London with Olympic gold in Rio.
126 // cuba goes back to tHe futuRe A new (well-timed) exhibit at The Wolfsonian-FIU celebrates the cultural history of Cuba—drinks, jazz, propaganda and all.
128 // catcH a Rising staR Standout students get a shot at the big time at Mindy Solomon Gallery’s BFA pop-up show.
130 // instant gRatification New apps are putting Miami’s hottest bars, beauty spots, and gyms at your fingertips.
114 // naiLed it! Rita Pinto, head of Vanity Projects, Little River’s newest nail-art atelier, tells which trends are handsabove hot this summer.
132 // tickLed pink Millennials and their #RoséAllDay are helping drive the demand for this enticing summer sip.
photography by ra-haus (owens); the wolfsonian–fiu, the Vicki gold leVi collection (cuba)
104 // Race against time
Miami Beach’s new Sarsaparilla Club serves dessert dim sum style.
The neighborhood’s famous murals are rendered in black-and-white outlines for a cutting-edge coloring book for grown-ups.
136 // SWipe, Up and aWay! A haute new app is putting private jet charters and concierge services in the palm of your hand.
revolutionary twist on dim sum, delivered by notable Miami Beach chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth.
150 // holy SpiritS!
144 // What’S Cooking?
152 // SWeet dreaMS
Raise a glass—and a fork!— at these hip new Miami restaurants.
See what Miamians are lining up for when The Salty Donut opens a permanent location at the Wynwood Arcade.
146 // plant kingdoM Plant Food + Wine’s Matthew Kenney adds a raw-food element to Wynwood’s new wellness mecca, Sacred Space.
148 // FrUitS oF SUMMer
141 // deep rooted
Experience all the mangos in paradise at this year’s International Mango Festival.
Sarsaparilla Club is a
A well-stocked bar cart is a welcome presence in any Miami home.
154 // drink Me Sip and savor the season’s refreshing flavored waters, which add a twist to summer cocktails.
156 // Cold aS iCe Beat the heat with these über-cool, only-in-Miami scoop shops.
Named for John Wayne, Duke Kentucky straight bourbon adds a kick to hot-weather staples like Duke Lemonade.
photography by gary James (sarsaparilla); gesi schilling (Duke lemonaDe)
134 // Color Me WynWood
contents 158 // The Duke of MiaMi Miami winemaker Chris Radomski captures John Wayne’s “spirit” in a rich Kentucky bourbon.
Sexy swimwear model Hannah Ferguson talks her military upbringing and the not-soglamorous side of that Carl Jr.’s commercial.
Features 172 // MiaMi heaT Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Hannah Ferguson raises the temperature of the Magic City with a sizzling shoot in this season’s sexiest swimwear.
182 // SuMMer Lovin’ From high-octane concerts to food festivals and outdoor yoga: We’ve consolidated Miami’s myriad events in a “not to be missed” list.
191 // arT of The CiTy A portfolio of the buzziest artists from 11 metropolises—including Ocean Drive’s standout star, Peter Tunney. (Bonus: Works featured in these pages will be auctioned for charity.)
space 207 // The vaCaTion Life Taking up residence in one of the city’s upscale condominium hotels is the ideal way to experience the guest treatment at home.
Pininfarina design doyen Paolo Trevisan heads up the luxury brand’s Brickell studio, the label’s first location outside Italy.
212 // CoMforT Zone Vondom introduces a chic outdoor “shell” to help beat the heat, available at Clima’s Miami showroom.
photography by randall slavin
210 // Making MoveS
Photo Michel Gibert. Special thanks: TASCHEN. 1Conditions apply, contact store for details. 2Program available on select items, subject to availability.
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The upcoming Fasano Miami Beach at the Shore Club will provide five-starresort amenities.
214 // Space Within Inessa Freylekhman uses feng shui to empower homeowners (and help move a little real estate).
216 // the Great OutdOOrS Expand your interior with an artfully curated alfresco living space.
218 // cucina cOuture Accessorize your appliances: Dolce & Gabbana collaborates with Smeg on a line of hand-painted refrigerators.
220 // hOme With a VieW Whether on a private island or in an elite Miami skyscraper, waterfront residences epitomize the South Florida dream.
222 // Fun in the Sun on the cover: Hannah Ferguson Photography by Randall Slavin Styling by Nycole Sariol, Creative Management @ MC2 Styling assistance by Ali Marino Hair and makeup by Jennifer Cruz for Dior Beauty Manicure by Bo Satayakul, Creative Management, using Dior Vernis Shot on location at Delano South Beach, Miami Beach Swimsuit, Mikoh ($215). Bloomingdale’s, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-7921000; bloomingdales.com
Two local hospitality experts discuss the area’s unique hotel amenities that attract millions of visitors from around the world.
224 // GOinG Once… Leading South Florida broker Mark Zilbert explains the trends driving the current luxury-condo market, particularly in the areas surrounding South Beach.
226 // Gran plan The Related Group helps launch an A-list new enclave in Edgewater with its Paraiso-branded towers.
228 // French tWiSt The Jean-Louis Deniot interiors at Elysee capture the glamour of the Côte d’Azur circa the 1930s and ’40s.
ExpEriEncE on the cover: Cailin Double Exposed in My Jeans by Peter Tunney
256 // #trendinGFOrSummer A look at all the hashtags and Instagram feeds burning up Miami’s socialsphere this season.
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LETTER From THE EDITor-IN-CHIEF
What’s in a name? Everywhere you look in Miami—from bridges to streets to buildings and restaurants— great names adorn some of the city’s most-frequented locales, like the Julia Tuttle Causeway, Abe Resnick Boulevard, and, of course, Joe’s Stone Crab. What’s exciting for a place like Miami, which has only been around for a little over a century, is that we are now entering a new era in which our most celebrated monuments bear the monikers of visionaries still alive and still making an imprint on important cultural and landmark institutions all over town, such as Pérez Art Museum Miami, its soonto-be-erected neighbor the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County. The late, great Zaha Hadid’s name will preface the edifice 1000 Museum, one of the last residential projects the Pritzker Prizewinning architect ever conceived. Much like their predecessors, these giants of the Magic City will be memorialized in our city’s architec-
ture for centuries to come, and we’ll be able to tell our grandchildren we were here when it all happened. Of course, we love our visitors, too. And that includes the fashionistas, swimsuit models, and designers from all over the world who converge on our beach town starting July 14 for the annual Miami Swim Week. One shining star among them was here weeks earlier to shoot Ocean Drive’s current cover at the Delano South Beach: Sports Illustrated model Hannah Ferguson. Her beauty and zest for life are a perfect match for the sexy, energized months to come in what is still one of the cultural, lifestyle, culinary, real estate, and entertainment capitals of the world. Keep an eye out for Hannah and some of the world’s most beautiful people down here this summer—although the magazine you are holding in your hands right now may in fact give you the best view of all. Have a great summer!
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clockwise from left: With Ocean Drive’s April cover star, Juanes, celebrating his cover at French 27; posing with two of the stars of World Red Eye’s Cultural Exchanges speaker series, Jon Paul Perez and Seth Browarnik, at El Tucán in Miami; fêting Ocean Drive’s annual May/June Women of Influence feature with Isabella Acker, Tracy Mourning, Rudabeh Shahbazi, Sarah Arison, Kinga Lampert, and Lucy Morillo at the Carillon Miami Beach; spending time on set at the Delano with Hannah Ferguson.
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It’s officially summertime in Miami—and the weather isn’t the only thing heating up the Magic City. Along with sweltering temperatures come the highly anticipated Miami Swim Week and the Swimwear Association of Florida’s SwimShow, drawing posh jet-setters and fashionistas to our powdery white shores to watch the city’s most beautiful models burn up the runways in the hottest swimwear trends. Of course, Miamians can also expect a plethora of poolside soirées and beach celebrations flooded with A-list celebrities, socialites, and supermodels. Speaking of supermodels and swimwear, we’re beyond thrilled to have Sports Illustrated swimsuit model and all-around beauty Hannah Ferguson grace Ocean Drive’s annual Swim Issue cover. The 24-year-old blonde bombshell absolutely stuns in the latest one- and two-piece fashions, with the ever-chic Delano serving as a pictureperfect backdrop. Also, keep an eye out, as we’re elated to be featuring
renowned artist Peter Tunney in our very special “Art of the City” piece and as a limited-edition cover. Anyone who frequents the Wynwood Arts District would be familiar with his Grattitude and Don’t Panic works of art—and his latest venture is equally eye-catching. Tunney takes gigantic striking portraits with a giant vintage Polaroid that was once used by Andy Warhol himself. We’re excited and honored to feature his Cailin Double Exposed in My Jeans on our cover. With so much to pore over and our city reaching sizzling temps, make sure to stay cool with a dip in one of our swank hotel pools and a tropical libation from one of Miami’s celebrated drinking dens—we promise you won’t regret it. I look forward to seeing you around town…
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Robyn A. Friedman is an award-winning freelance writer who has been covering the real estate and housing industries for more than two decades. Friedman has written for The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, and realtor.com, among others. In this month’s issue, Friedman interviews Pininfarina’s head of design, Paolo Trevisan, about the brand’s new Miami digs in “Making Moves.”
One of the most soughtafter fashion photographers working today, Bode Helm has shot for such publications as Elle, Vanity Fair, and Vogue. Today he is best known for his highly polished, uniquely vibrant ad campaigns and his exquisitely styled photographs of the fashion scene. He photographed Ballers star Arielle Kebbel for this issue of Ocean Drive.
Why do you think Pininfarina fits in well in Miami? Pininfarina is a world-class luxury brand that has influenced the design of many products, from Ferrari sports cars to Bovet watches. Now Pininfarina is similarly influencing the design of Miami. There’s no question that Related Group’s 1100 Millecento exhibits the unique touch of Pininfarina, and soon the design firm will use its experience to impact additional projects here.
What did you enjoy most about the shoot with Arielle Kebbel? I loved her Southern hospitality. At one point, she was even singing a few country tunes and dancing around. What do you love about what you do? Being free to do what I want at any old time. Shake and bake!
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Lee Brian Schrager is vice president of corporate communications and national events for Southern Wine & Spirits of America. Widely recognized for his creation of both the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach and New York City Wine & Food Festivals, Schrager is a regular contributor to Ocean Drive and serves on the board of trustees of the Pérez Art Museum Miami. In these pages, Schrager visits new Miami Beach American dim sum spot Sarsaparilla Club.
Jean Nayar writes about the world’s top architects and designers for publications including Departures, Interior Design, and Hamptons. The author of several books including Real-Life DŽcor, Nayar here covers multiple aspects of Miami design, from Jean-Louis Deniot’s Elysee condominium to the fixtures of Spanish furniture maker Vondom.
Which dish did you love most at Sarsaparilla Club? Jeff McInnis’s fried chicken, with any twist, will always shine the brightest for me. What did you enjoy most about writing the piece? The opportunity to sit down with [owners] Jeff and Janine, one on one, in a serene setting. You can tell they are passionate about what they do and have fun doing it.
What trends are you seeing in Miami design? There’s no question that an emphasis on fine contemporary art is stronger than ever in new Miami settings. A fresh take on retro-luxe elements like tufted sofas or geometric tile patterns is also emerging as a refreshing alternative to minimalist modern interiors. The inventive interiors by French designer Jean-Louis Deniot at the future Elysee condominium in Edgewater are a perfect case in point.
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Bod-acious! “I just want to make women feel their best all of the time,” says Stella McCartney, whose first-ever, bodyconscious swimwear collection is designed to “accentuate the most beautiful parts of every woman’s body.”
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Fans of Stella McCartney’s Miracle dress have cause to celebrate this summer—the famed UK designer has reinterpreted her curve-making, color-blocked design made famous by Kate Winslet into one of the seven “stories” in her debut swim collection. “It’s a celebration of a woman’s body,” says McCartney, 44, of the body-conscious illusion design. “As a house we really do cater to everyone; all women, all ages, all sizes. This collection is truly inspired by women, and for women to wear it.” Rounding out the collection, available this July, are swimsuits in neoprene and mesh, Olympic-inspired stripes, crochet, the citrus prints first seen in Stella McCartney’s ready-to-wear collection, giraffe and other patterns, and “timeless basics.” The one- and two-piece suits come in different styles such as one-shoulder, triangle, or bandeau tops, and highwaisted, fold-down, or tie-side briefs (prices for separates, one-pieces, and cover-ups range from $80 to $324). Says McCartney, îî
clockwise from top: Neoprene and mesh black bikini ($100); Miracle black, stone, and white one-piece ($385); models walk the Stella McCartney Spring/Summer 2016 runway show in Paris.
“I just want to make women feel their best all of the time, so I sought to design pieces that tick all of the boxes, that give you confidence, that accentuate the most beautiful parts of every woman’s body and technically deliver on fit and durability.” Swimwear was a natural next step for the always-indemand Londoner, who has found enormous success not only in runway and ready-towear but with lingerie and athletic wear, too—namely her decade-long collaboration with Adidas. “I think it is an incredible area for us as a brand to work in,” says McCartney of her expansion into swim. “On a whole, it’s about all things summer, all things female, and just really loving yourself—taking the time to just celebrate who you are as a woman.” Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-865-1100; saks.com
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STYLE BEAUT Y Get glowing! Makeup artist Dick Page used bronzer at the Michael Kors Spring/Summer 2016 show to create a look he describes as “pared down, clean, and healthy.”
STYLE TIP: Olivier Echaudemaison of Guerlain suggests using a big, fluffy brush to apply bronzer in the shape of the number three from forehead to chin, but he insists on keeping the application “as simple as possible.”
HIGH-TECH BEAUTY: Yves Saint Laurent’s Les Sahariennes Bronzing Stones (BELOW) boast beauty-enhancing squalane—a fatty acid found in plants and vegetable oils—which leaves skin super moisturized.
THESE AREN’T YOUR MOTHER’S ONE-SHADE-SUITS-ALL FACIAL TANNERS. BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE
If the past few years on the runway are any indication, au naturel skin tones are here to stay. “In the ’80s, an intense suntan was the trend,” says Olivier Echaudemaison, Guerlain’s creative director of 16 years. “Today, [the look is] lighter and much softer. It needs to be elegant.”
Newly released formulas pack hydrating extracts and ultrafine pigments for a velvety but sheer finish. “There are far better texture and color options than the heavy, orangey products of the past,” says Dick Page, who created this year’s fresh look at the Michael Kors Spring/ Summer show. Yves Saint
Laurent’s new Les Sahariennes Bronzing Stones ($55), a line of three creamy-matte powders, are micro-milled to create a silky consistency, while light-enhancing agents deliver a glowy finish. The first brand to introduce bronzer, back in 1984, with its iconic Terracotta Bronzing
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“THIS NEW COLLECTION ALLOWS US TO REACH A YOUNGER, MORE FASHIONCONSCIOUS AUDIENCE.”
With the anticipated relaunch of its Canvas collection, Lands’ End debuts new, globally influenced items (the fabrics are woven and the slim-trim tailoring is done in Italy) for a hipper clientele.
PREPPY POWERHOUSE LANDS’ END RENEWS ITS CLASSIC CANVAS COLLECTION WITH A DISTINCTLY MODERN TWIST. BY JILL SIERACKI
“The Canvas by Lands’ End collection is all about the freedom of artistic expression, individuality, and the creative spirit,” says Lands’ End’s Michele Casper, describing the brand’s newly revived line, featuring slimmer cuts and tailored offerings in daywear, swimwear, outerwear, and shoes for men and women. According to Lands’ End CEO Federica Marchionni, former president of Dolce & Gabbana, fans of the brand have been clamoring for her to bring back the Canvas series since she joined
the company in February 2015. “This new collection allows us the opportunity to reach an additional audience, younger and more fashion-conscious, with a strong desire to express their personal style,” Marchionni says. “The line, inspired by the freedom of artistic expression, features a white label symbolizing the ability to personally create one’s own canvas.” Standouts in the online-only collection include stretchy slim pants in White Dahlia, made from a structured twill fabric woven in Italy, which pair perfectly with tops in lightweight cashmere, silk, or cotton linen in the season’s popular blush. The hip cotton slub hoodie in nautical navy and red stripes and the chambray suit trousers are sure to be made-forsummer favorites for the guys. landsend.com
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RACE AGAINST TIME SWISS WATCHMAKERS AND CHAMPION ATHLETES TEAM UP FOR TIMEPIECES THAT OFFER SPLIT-SECOND ACCURACY AS WELL AS WINNING STYLE. BY ALDOUS TUCK
FROM TOP RIGHT: Omega has been an official Olympic timekeeper for nine decades. In honor of this summer’s games, the brand has released the Seamaster Bullhead “Rio 2016” ($9,600). Featuring a central chronograph seconds hand and a 30-minute recorder at 12, the watch has a blue leather strap reflecting the Rio 2016 Olympic Games logo and is accented with yellow, green, red, and black stitching reminiscent of the Olympic rings. This is a limited edition of 316
sporting spectrum. From sailing and equestrian competitions to world-class tennis, golf, motor racing, and more, Swiss watchmakers have pushed their technical know-how to the limit, building reliable instruments that help athletes of all stripes achieve excellence—and perhaps even win that coveted gold medal. For more watch features and expanded coverage, go to oceandrive.com/ watches-and-jewelry.
pieces. Miami Design District, 101 NE 39th St., 786-452-1498; omegawatches.com Worn by golf great Danny Willett at the green jacket ceremony when he won the 2016 Masters Golf Tournament, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph ($36,900) is a self-winding chronograph featuring a 44mm stainless steel case with a black dial and strap. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-864-6776; audemarspiguet.com
Legend has it that the Patek Philippe Aquanaut collection was born in 1974 from Henri Stern’s passion for sailing. The Stern family, which owns the brand, created the latest incarnation of this famed sailing watch, the Aquanaut 5167/1A (price on request), with a mechanical self-winding movement, a 40mm cushion-shaped case, and a screw-down crown. The watch is water-resistant to 120 meters. Kirk Jewelers, 142 E. Flagler St., Miami, 305-371-1321; patek.com
As the official timer of Wimbledon, Rolex has a deep connection to tennis, as well as myriad other partnerships in the sporting world. The Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 in steel and yellow gold ($12,700) is the next generation of a true classic, constructed of 904L steel and 18k yellow or Everose gold. The watch is guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 100 meters. Kirk Jewelers, 142 E. Flagler St., Miami, 305-371-1321; rolex.com
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STYLE BUY THE BEACH Bikini Season Whether you’re hitting the beach or attending a swanky poolside soirée, these are the SoFlo-based labels to wear this summer. Bianca Coletti Swim: Unleash your inner globe-trotter with Bianca Coletti’s travel-inspired collections that are completely customizable. biancacolettiswim.com Ela Swimwear: Transcend the seasons with Elay Die-Girbau’s timeless Ela Swimwear, which features intricately hand-drawn prints and minimalist styles. shopela.myshopify.com
NO STRINGS ATTACHED SOUTH FLORIDA-BORN MONTCE SWIM HAS CULTIVATED A CELEBRITY FOLLOWING FOR ITS UNIQUE COLORS AND PRINTS ON FLATTERING SILHOUETTES. BY KATIE JACKSON
FROM LEFT: Gray faux suede crop top and Uno bottom bikini set; Venus top and Emerald Uno bottom, both by Montce Swim; designer Alexandra Grief.
Ever since she learned to color and draw in preschool, Fort Lauderdale native Alexandra Grief knew she was destined for a career in fashion. “I have always been an artist and designer,” says Grief, 30, who now oversees her own swimwear brand, Montce Swim, launched when she was 24. “My goal is to make everyone feel great.” Since the line’s unveiling (and
with the help of her brother and business partner, Devin), Montce has not only become a bona fide success, but Grief’s designs have been spotted on famous physiques, including those of Jennifer Lopez, Lily Aldridge, and Kendall Jenner. “It’s unreal,” she says of the celebrity demand for her collection of sexy-meetschic swimwear, cover-ups,
and accessories, designed to flatter and enhance any woman’s figure. Montce Swim’s popularity has grown so much that the designer is currently busy expanding her Fort Lauderdale-based store to Miami and Los Angeles. “I’m a dreamer, and I’m so excited for what’s to come.” 915 NE 20th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, 954-4402522; montce.com
Kai Lani: Flaunt your best bikini body this summer thanks to Kai Lani designers and sisters Jordana Quetgles and Jessica Sierralta, whose sexy designs and seamless fit flatter every curve. 305-662-8621; kailaniswimwear.com Luli Fama: Inspired by her Cuban heritage and Miami upbringing, Lourdes “Luli” Hanimian creates sultry swimwear with a variety of bright colors and fun prints. 8785 NW 13th Ter., Doral, 305-234-5656; lulifama.com
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Indie Soul: Long before Hannah Davis posed in one of Tim Gorgol’s Indie Soul bikinis on the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover, the line was highly coveted by South Floridians in the know. 900 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-415-6291; myindiesoul.com
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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Adriana Degreas swimwear brings Brazil’s hottest looks to Sunset Drive; Trina Turk’s poppy pieces include the Demetra top ($248), Corbin 2 short ($198), and hat ($148); Max Mara celebrates Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney with its limitededition Whitney bag ($1,750); Chevauchée silver and jasper ring from Hermès ($2,200).
PREPARE TO LAUNCH! FROM ANNIVERSARY HANDBAGS TO BOUTIQUE OPENINGS, THERE’S A WEALTH OF NEW-IN-TOWN LUXURY SHOPPING TO BE DONE THIS MONTH!
WHAT A RELIEF
Designer Pierre Hardy’s newest Chevauchée Fine Jewelry Collection for Hermès reinterprets the antique period’s horse-head profile with the maison’s signature symbols, like the Lift, Caducée, and Talaris et Chaîne d’ancre. With a spotlight on intaglio, a traditional art form of carving into stone with counter-relief, the baubles use a mix of bold colorways like red, green, and yellow jasper and onyx, and materials like silver and diamonds. We suggest the Chevauchée silver ring in
onyx and diamonds for a classic look ($18,400), and for extra opulence, opt for the Chevauchée silver, diamond, jasper, and onyx bracelet ($26,000). Miami Design District, 163 NE 39th St., 305-868-0118; hermes.com GO BOLDLY
“We love the midcentury architecture [here],” says Trina Turk of the MiMo district, where she’s opening a new, 4,500-square-foot boutique. Inside, the shop features Turk’s Golden State-inspired ready-to-wear pieces (including favorites
such as a bold green dress and brightly hued caftans) and an expanded offering of Mr. Turk. “Miami embraces color, and so do we.” 7200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 786409-4383; trinaturk.com HAUTE HOMAGE
“We wanted to bring [Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney] back to the museum she created,” says Max Mara Creative Director Ian Griffiths of the company’s handbag celebrating the museum’s founder. Limited in quantity to just 400, Max Mara’s Whitney bag re-creates the
museum’s façade with a ribbed structure, but now features decorative motifs and floral designs, honoring a portrait by Baron de Meyer of the artful founder in an outfit that Griffiths says “was ahead of her time, as was she.” Like Ms. Whitney, the bag “celebrates independent spirit… at the same time, it shows a feminine side that Miami women will resonate with.” Miami Design District, 106 NE 39th St., 305-770-6200; us.maxmara.com BRAZIL AT THE BEACH
Brazilian swim favorite
Adriana Degreas opens her first US boutique, inspired by Beverly Hills glamour, on Miami’s Sunset Drive. With pieces that imbue sensuality and elegance, Degreas’s collection features sleek one-piece swimsuits, dresses, and even athleisure, such as the newly launched Private Gym line. Standouts for fall include her collaboration with Havaianas and handmade straw bags from Marrakech. 1563 Sunset Dr., South Miami, 305-363-8686; adriana degreas.com
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Art CurAtor And VAnity ProjeCts mAstermind Rita Pinto mAkes mAsterPieCes on A muCh smAller—And Very PersonAl—CAnVAs. By Carla Torres
clockwise from above: Vanity Projects nail art atelier; colorful, intricate designs by Gena Del Portillo (top, in blue) and Rose Barron.
“When you’re wearing close to nothing, you need some type of fashion statement,” says Rita Pinto of Vanity Projects, a nail art atelier (don’t dare call it a salon) specializing in designer manicures from well-known nail artists the world over. “The nail is like a blank canvas, and nail art dresses you up.” After hugely successful pop-ups at New York’s MoMA PS1
and during Art Basel and Swim Week in Miami, Vanity Projects became a permanent fixture in the city’s flourishing Little River District. Here, Pinto gives Ocean Drive a look into this summer’s sexiest trends: Let’s talk lacquers: We use Dior, Smith & Cult, Floss Gloss, RGB, Trust Fund Beauty, and some
200-plus hues from an elite Japanese gel maker. Hot right now: Faux marbling and faux stone techniques. Cool colors: Metallics are huge. And glitter. I never thought glitter would be so in the front view. Longest to design: Six hours for Star Wars nails. It was monumental. Average manicure time: At least an hour and a half. It’s art, after all.
Life span: Masterpieces stay intact for up to four weeks. Roster of artists in residence: I lost count after 30. Celebrity clients: Adriana Lima is a regular. We’ve done Gigi Hadid, Kylie and Kendall [Jenner], Tyra Banks—so many. Won’t be caught dead with: Totally bare nails. 7338 NW Miami Ct., #2, Miami, 786-292-3442; vanityprojectsnyc.com
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IN THE SWIM OF THINGS MIAMI SWIM WEE IS BACK WITH EVEN MORE PARTIES, MORE CELEBRITIES, AND OF COURSE, MANY MORE BEAUTIFUL BATHING SUITS.
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BY KATIE JACKSON
“This bikini made me into a success,” actress Ursula Andress said of the sporty swimsuit she wore in the classic Bond film Dr. No. It could be said that Miami, too, owes a part of its success to the swimsuit, particularly during the month of July, when Swim Week takes over with a host of runway shows, exclusive beach bashes, and poolside parties. Between July 14 and 19, a number of events will be held around town celebrating swimwear, from the teeny-weeny bikini to the more modest maillot. Over at W South Beach, SwimMiami and IMG’s collaborative set of runway presentations feature must-see shows by Frankies Bikinis, Indah, and Gottex. Elsewhere, Swim Week veterans Luli Fama and Maaji will be walking their latest styles down the runways inside the Funkshion Swim Miami Beach tents in Collins Park. The Swimwear Association of Florida’s SwimShow, the largest trade show in the world, takes over the Miami Beach Convention Center July 16 through 19. With over 2,000 designers and brands, and a variety of new events and services, the exhibition is not to be missed. Says Executive Director Judy Stein, “We’re incorporating amenities such as a dry and braid bar, a nail salon for quick touch-ups, a henna bar, up-to-the-minute social media engagement, and more. We’re really excited.” Miami Swim Week, July 14–19; visit swimweekcalendar.com. Swimwear Association of Florida’s SwimShow, July 16–19, Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Dr.; visit miami beachconvention.com.
Mohini Swim debuting its Welcome to Miami 2016 collection at the Shelborne Wyndham Grand last summer.
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CENTRE OF THE UNIVERSE AS SWIRE PROPERTIES’ EXITING PRESIDENT IN CHARGE OF US OPERATIONS, STEPHEN OWENS BUILT A NEXT-LEVEL MIAMI.
Stephen Owens oversaw the $1.05 billion Brickell City Centre down to the last detail, from the environmentally progressive Climate Ribbon to creating a public greenway under the site’s redeveloped Metromover station.
Walking through Brickell City Centre, the $1.05 billion, 5.4-million-square-foot luxury mixed-use development, Stephen Owens sees more than shops, office buildings, residential towers, and the renowned East Hotel. The president of Swire Properties in charge of US operations looks at his masterpiece and sees progress. “Collectively it is much more significant than it is individually, and I’m not talking about from a valuation standpoint, I’m talking about as a functioning piece of our city,” says Owens, who after completion of the project will step down from his role and transition into a senior advisory role on the company’s board. “This destination aspect of what we are creating is quite unique.” But “unique” is an understatement when you consider that the towers have individual music programs setting the mood based on time of day and a distinctive scent so “everyone will recognize they’re home by the fragrance,” or that the East Hotel dedicates its 38th and 39th floors to meeting space with the best views in town and 40th-floor rooftop to dining and entertainment. Over the course of the project, Swire spent $700,000 to excavate 50 trees from the original lot— some well over 100 years old—and move them to Museum Park. It spent $13 million to redevelop the Metromover station that stops at
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The mixed-use Brickell City Centre’s retail shops are scheduled to open in November. The hotel, East Miami, is already booming, as are restaurant Quinto La Huella and bar Sugar.
Brian Williams, Laurent Fraticelli, Stephen Owens, and Chris Gandolfo at the East Miami ribbon-cutting ceremony.
With Elijah Wood of Wooden Wisdom on the ones and twos at Brickell City Centre for an Art Basel event last year.
Where do you go for a night out? My latest spot I quite like is River Yacht Club (401 SW Third Ave., Miami, 305-200-5716; riveryachtclub.com) and, of course, Seaspice (422 NW North River Dr., Miami, 305-440-4200; seaspicemiami.com). But here locally, The River Oyster Bar (650 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-5301915; therivermiami.com). It’s a wonderful old standby.
“Ultimately what yoU have to become is part of the fabric of the city.”—stephen owens Brickell City Centre, and additional funds transforming the trashstrewn city-owned property beneath the Metromover into a public greenway that welcomed more than 1,000 people at its first farmers market. “Ultimately what you have to become is part of the fabric of the city,” Owens says. “You have to feel that you’ve made a difference in people’s lives. We’re as much about community building and ‘giveback’ as we are about developing successful real-estate projects.” Owens came to Miami in 1979, when the Hong Kong-based Swire purchased and developed what is now Brickell Key, where Owens also happens to live. “If I go to a board meeting at the University
of Miami, I take the Metrorail,” he says. “It takes me 15 minutes, I’m on-line the whole time, and everyone else is stuck out there in traffic.” While connection to the community plays a big part in Owens’s business philosophy, connectivity is also a key aspect of Brickell City Centre itself. The transition from hotel to office to residential and shopping center is seamless, with each detail serving a purpose. From the $30 million Climate Ribbon that circulates the sea breeze and recycles four million gallons of rainwater annually to the shoplined retail walkways above the streets that allow consumers to “stay in the retail psychological moment as they go from one block to the
My Miami From Brickell to Key Biscayne, no one enjoys the South Florida lifestyle more than Swire Properties’ Stephen Owens.
other,” every inch of Brickell City is planned to perfection. Right down to the $3,000 toilets in every condo, Brickell City Centre is a model of excellence. “It’s not just a marketing gimmick,” says Owens. “Swire is doing this to be here for a very long time.” Even though Owens is the mastermind behind the project that’s redefining Miami, you won’t catch him patting himself on the back. “I’m the guy who gets too much credit for everyone else’s hard work,” he says, pointing to the thousands who have helped create Brickell City Centre in one way or another over its years of development. “People are really proud of it, and I feel the same way. It’s pretty special.” brickellcitycentre.com
How do you unwind on an off day? I love sailing. I’ve been sailing here in Miami all of my 35 years. I sail out of Coconut Grove’s Biscayne Bay Yacht Club (2540 S. Bayshore Dr., 305-8586303; biscaynebay yachtclub.com). I have a boat that’s almost as old as I am; she’s really a piece of art. Where do you exercise? I’m fanatical about fly-fishing, which can be quite rigorous, but here I walk around Brickell Key—and I walk a lot in general. I wear out a lot of shoe leather.
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“These are your reefs, forT LauderdaLe. ProTecT Them.” —philippe cousteau jr.
photography by george montiero
Occupying a Project Baseline submersible, Miami Waterkeeper Executive Director and Waterkeeper Rachel Silverstein and Project Baseline’s Robert Carmichael survey the reef at risk of dredging near Port Everglades.
Under The Sea OceanOgrapher, emmy award winner, and 21stcentury philanthrOpist PhiliPPe Cousteau Jr. dives intO the issues endangering sOuth FlOrida’s cOral reeFs. By Carla Torres
Off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, Philippe Cousteau Jr. is going where he’s boldly gone many times before: underwater. The grandson of marine legend Jacques Cousteau, Philippe is here to join Florida water conservation groups Project Baseline and Miami Waterkeeper in bringing attention to what he says “is a crisis here in Fort Lauderdale,” namely the planned dredging project of the port. Today he is boarding an all-glass submersible orb in order to get a close-up of the devastation to South Florida’s coral reefs—80 percent of which have vanished since the 1970s. Why are you turning your attention to the Florida coast? I lived in Florida for several years and have an affinity for this area. There’s a chance that what few reefs are left in this region could be excessively damaged by the deepening and dredging of the port. It would be a tragedy and, considering that there are probably staghorn there, literally a federal crime to do so. Why is the staghorn coral so important? This coral used to be the dominant coral in the Caribbean; it lasted for miles and miles. Now, 98 percent is gone. In 2006 it became the first coral listed on the endangered species list. Florida has the only coral reef in the continental United States. It’s unbelievable to consider, when there are alternative options, that no one would take action to adjust the plan. With rising sea
levels in Miami and Florida, coral reefs are critical buffers against storms. A gem and a jewel for South Florida, they are critical habitat for recreational fisheries. What can people do? Everyone has an underwater camera these days. If we empower the average diver to become a recreational scientist, maybe there will be some accountability. If you take a picture of a reef next time you dive, take a picture again. We can add that to the Project Baseline database. When I think about when my grandfather started exploring the oceans in the 1940s, he had to invent underwater cameras and develop them. Get involved. These are your reefs, Fort Lauderdale. Protect them. What did you uncover on your dive? Some signs of rejuvenation and a rare pillar coral (Dendrogyra). I’ve been all over the world and in [an] area that was devastated by nuclear bombs in the ’50s; after nearly 70 years of being left alone, it is rejuvenating and revitalizing itself incredibly. The message here is nature can recover; nature can bounce back. It’s never too late. What other things cause damage to coral reefs? Climate change, both sea-level rise and warming ocean temperatures. Coral has an ideal temperature—if it’s too high for too long, it has a negative impact. It might even kill the coral. Then there’s issues caused directly by humans on land, like pollution, overfishing, and nutrient loading. This is adding insult to injury. What’s the most important lesson your grandfather taught you? That we’re all connected. He always encouraged me to understand that we’re all in this together and not to stick our head in the sand and ignore these problems, but to stand up and do something about them as citizens and take action. For more information, to make a donation or get involved, visit miamiwaterkeeper.org.
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Spice Girl RetuRning this summeR foR heR second season on Ballers, Arielle ebbel makes woRking in heR home state extRa hot. By Jon Warech
“For me, it’s Fun to play in that world.” —arielle kebbel
Maiollica top ($945) and Maiollica fringe skirt ($2,445), Dolce & Gabbana. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-866-0503; dolcegabbana.com. 18k gold and diamond hoop earrings ($4,995), 18k gold Glamazon Stardust bangles ($3,395$6,495), and 18k gold Lollipop multi-stone rings ($3,295 each), Ippolita. Neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour Shops, 305-865-6161; ippolita.com. Madalena heeled sandal, Christian Louboutin ($845). Miami Design District, 161 NE 40th St., 305-576-6820; christianlouboutin.com
photography by bode helm; Styling by JeSSy Cain; hair by derek WilliamS; makeup by kelSey deenihan
As Tracy Legette on HBO’s Ballers, Arielle Kebbel brings the sexy to the sports world, playing the sassy love interest of Dwayne Johnson’s character on the hit show set in Miami. Sometimes, though, it gets a little too steamy. “One time, DJ and I were doing a love scene and I was getting sweaty,” Kebbel says. “When we called cut, I realized one of my pasties had transferred from me to him in the midst of it all, so we had to take a moment to reset.” Born and raised in Winter Park, Florida, Kebbel spent her childhood either in the water or riding horses, she says. Today she loves filming in Miami, which she calls “an additional character on our show.” Along with Ballers, which returns for its second season on July 17, Kebbel is starring in the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey sequel, Fifty Shades Freed, in which she plays Gia Matteo. “She is so spicy and causes all sorts of drama,” the actress says. “For me, it’s fun to play in that world.” While Fifty Shades Freed was shot in Vancouver, Kebbel hopes her next project returns her to the South Florida sun. “I heard they’re making a Bad Boys 3,” she says. “Bring me back to Miami!”
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SCENE BEACH PATROL Miami native Danell Leyva was also the 2011 US national all-around gold medalist and 2011 world champion on the parallel bars. He takes on Rio this August for the 2016 Summer Olympics.
GOLD RUSH SOUTH FLORIDA’S OWN DANELL LEYVA GOES FOR THE GOLD AT THE SUMMER OLYMPICS IN RIO.
One very good reason for Miamians to follow the Olympics, which kick off in Rio on August 5: Danell Leyva. The 24-year-old Cuban-born, Miami-raised gymnast (who now calls Cutler Bay home) was an all-around bronze medalist at the 2012 London Games—and he’s on the road to Olympic glory once again. Hours of training: 8 ½ on most days. Favorite event: The high bar. It’s the one everyone wants to watch. Biggest challenge: The still rings, because of my body type. My lower body is heavier than most gymnasts’ and my arms are long, which makes it harder for me. Dealing with nerves: I think you need to be nervous— but it’s a good kind of nervous. This is a big deal, and I’m just really excited about it. On competing: Gymnastics is a sport, but it’s also a performance. It’s very artistic, and it’s always different. I rarely see two similar routines. Winning mentality: There are a lot of things I want to change since London, but my mind-set is the same. I want to win a gold. Relationship status: I have a girlfriend. She’s a gymnast, too. Inspiration: It’s humbling to know that I have an amazing Latin community backing me. They motivate me to be better. Go-to Miami spot: Anywhere. I’ve never been to a city quite like Miami—and I’ve been to a lot of places around the world. It has its own culture. It’s a beautiful thing. teamusa.org
“It’s humblIng to know that I have an amazIng latIn communIty backIng me.” —danell leyva
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CUBA GOES BACK TO THE FUTURE A NEW WOLFSONIAN EXHIBIT EXPLORES THE ENDURING HOLD OF A ONCE-FORBIDDEN COUNTRY ON AMERICAN HEARTS.
TOP: A brochure from the Cuban National Tourist Commission, circa 1950. BOTTOM: Musicians Silvestre Mendez, Miguelito Valdes, and Chano Pozo, one of the creators of Afro-Cuban jazz, circa 1945.
“I couldn’t have planned the timing better,” jokes Francis X. Luca, the chief librarian at the Wolfsonian–Florida International University, about his museum’s new exhibition “Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction,” currently on display. Indeed, although its planning began several years ago, “Promising Paradise” seems ripped from today’s headlines. Focusing on the thriving tourist trade between the United States and prerevolutionary Cuba, the show mines a wealth of photographs, advertisements, and rare ephemera to investigate the island’s magnetic pull across the Florida Straits, as well as the cultural ripples produced by that attraction. Prior to President Obama’s December 2014 announcement of a new détente with Cuba, such a museum exhibit would have been primarily of interest to historians. Today, however, with American tourists eager to finally explore a country that’s long been off-limits, the theme of “Promising Paradise” is anything but academic. Call it Cuba’s back-to-the-future moment: What appears to be unfolding is a replay of the era richly depicted at the
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BY BRETT SOKOL
Tropicana Club stars Celia Cruz, Frankie Laine, Nora Osorio, and Rolando, circa 1955. right: A cover to sheet music by Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona, 1929.
“Here is a place tHat can see tHe art in a postage stamp or in a propaganda poster.” —vicki gold levi Wolfsonian, with some American tourists seeking a visceral cultural experience by immersing themselves in Afro-Cuban music and dance, and others simply looking for some louche fun in the sun. Thank New York-based historian Vicki Gold Levi for this vivid romp through pre-1959 Cuba. Over the past two decades, she collected the more than 1,000 items now on display and donated them to the Wolfsonian, an institution that she argues is uniquely suited for them. “It was a marriage made in heaven,” Levi says. “Here is a place that can see the art in a postage stamp or in a propaganda poster.” But she insists that viewers must differentiate the era’s mythology from its reality. For her, the fusion of Cuban mambo and American swing to create an entirely new
school of Latin jazz is far more meaningful than decades-old tales of debauchery. “A lot of people think of old Cuba as Sin City,” she says. “It has its exoticism, but that’s only a slice for those it appealed to.” Perhaps. But that slice of forbidden fruit gave rise to a whole industry. “The well-to-do were coming to gamble, to drink, and to toast the new year,” says Luca, who cocurated the show with Rosa Lowinger, an art and architecture conservator and the author of Tropicana Nights: The Life and Times of the Legendary Cuban Nightclub. “The first boom was in the 1920s. Wealthy American socialites were not going to Europe because of [World War I] and the postwar destruction.” Instead, with Prohibition the new law of the
land at home and legal gambling in Havana, a new getaway beckoned. The exhibition evokes that time with several examples of colorfully illustrated sheet music. William Tracey and Hasley Mohr’s song “It Will Never Be Dry Down in Havana (No Matter What Happens Around Here)” settles for playful allusion, while Jack Darnell gets right to the point in his “Let’s Go to Cuba (Before They Drink the Darn Place Dry).” In the 1930s and ’40s, the Depression and then World War II put a damper on the high life. But the 1950s—thanks to a recovering economy, cheap airfare, and Hollywood’s newfound fascination for all things Cuban—saw American tourists flocking to the country again. But what was once an activity reserved for the elite
now drew throngs of middle-class weekenders, with advertising of the period prefiguring the recent Las Vegas marketing campaign: “What happens here, stays here.” (With Vegas still in its commercial infancy, however, the Cuban National Tourist Commission lured gamblers by billing the island as the “Monte Carlo of the Tropics.”) If history is in fact repeating itself, the lessons of 1959 aren’t lost on Luca. Rampant Cuban social inequality, as well as nationalistic resentment of a government that seemed to treat its people as if they were secondclass citizens in their own country, fed a revolutionary movement that led to the seizure of American-owned hotels and casinos. Neither does the Wolfsonian exhibition sugarcoat the prominent role of the American mob in 1950s Havana. Yet Luca sees the future of Cuba as anything but a rerun. Unlike post-Maoist China, where American tourists (and American investment) are now welcome even as the Communist Party maintains its strict control, he says, “If I’m looking at a model, it’s East and West Germany. After the Wall came down in Berlin, there was no way to stop rapid change.” Luca thinks much the same is in store for Cuba. “Once the door is opened a crack, they’ll never be able to close it again. Rapid change will affect all of society.” And then? “We’ll be able to have a true appreciation of how our cultures are intertwined.” “Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction” is on display through August 21 at the Wolfsonian– FIU, 1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-531-1001; wolfsonian.org
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CatCh a Rising staR The Mindy SoloMon Gallery spoTlighTs a fresh crop of MiaMi’s arT-world hopefuls. by brett sokol
scene with a mix of excitement and trepidation. Although her Little River space is the exhibit’s home, Solomon insists she’s acting more as a teacher than a traditional gallerist; call it Introduction to the Real World 101. “The point is to get them to think about life as an artist after school,” she explains, “to empower them to curate on their own, and also to mentor them about
professional practices, from writing an artist statement to marketing.” Not least among those lessons is how to pay your rent. Referring to last May’s iteration of the show, Solomon adds with a triumphant laugh, “We sold a couple of pieces!” Indeed, while the artists in this go-round may be the very definition of emerging, the New World School of the Arts’
track record suggests that the exhibit will include some names to watch. Thumbing through the CVs of Miami’s art world reveals that a dizzying array of talent has come through the school’s BFA program, from acclaimed painter Michael Vasquez and conceptualist Bert Rodriguez to current buzzed-about artists like Autumn Casey, Rafael Domenech,
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“Raw talent can only take you so far as an artist,” cautions gallery owner Mindy Solomon. “It’s also about all the work you have to do to develop yourself.” To that end, Solomon is presenting a Select BFA Graduate Exhibition, showcasing half a dozen artists who just graduated from downtown Miami’s New World School of the Arts—all, no doubt, eyeing the off-campus art
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Deep Rooted Top Chef alums Jeff mcInnIs and JanIne Booth make a trIumphant return to mIamI Beach wIth amerIcan dIm sum concept SarSaparilla Club.
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Chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth are no strangers to Miami’s rapidly evolving culinary scene. McInnis, who’s been in South Florida since 2004, and Booth, who arrived in 2010, met at the onset of Midtown staple Gigi, shared a stint at Yardbird (where McInnis earned two James Beard nominations), and then moved to NYC to open the much-buzzedabout Root & Bone. But when the opportunity presented itself to do their own thing in Miami, the pair flew back to the beach. “It’s a new genre of cuisine,” says Booth of their “American dim sum” restaurant, Sarsaparilla Club, inside the Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach. “We’re defining it ourselves.” But don’t stroll into their seafaring Oriental lair expecting a completely Asian menu. The novel concept is “more about the service element,” Booth explains. “We wanted a way to bring in the [dim sum] carts and small plates.” One of their biggest sellers is the homemade ricotta with tomato sorbet. “It really surprises people,” says Booth. The very respectable number of vegetarian dishes speaks to a shared love of veggies (particularly those in root form) and offers diners “a plethora of colors” to enjoy. And the drunken deviled eggs? A “happy accident,” McInnis reveals. “I was pickling beets for the îî
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SWEET DIM SUM: Don’t even think about escaping without satisfying your sweet tooth from the dedicated dim sum dessert cart. “No one leaves without a bite of something,” Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth agree. The offerings are truly a testament to the talents of pastry chef Gail Goetsch, who started out as more of a savory chef before homing in on her sweet side. She treats guests to the likes of toffee ice-cream floats spiked with filthy cherries and ginger almond pie.
garnish one day, and [the eggs] just fell in,” laughs Booth. It would be remiss not to order the fried chicken—it’s practically synonymous with McInnis’s name, with Root & Bone’s bird touted as the best in New York City. The Miami version gets a green curry bath and is perfectly accessorized with kaffir lime powder and toasted coconut. You’ll also be glad you ordered the duck pappardelle. It’s the creation of chef de cuisine Marco Ferraro (Miamians will recognize the name from Wish and Wynwood Kitchen + Bar previously), who adds the Sarsaparilla touch in the form of salsify root crème and local root greens. So what drives a duo known more for their mastery of fried chicken than fried rice? Booth was born and raised in Australia, whose own cuisine boasts strong Asian influences, and “saved every penny” to take an eight-month culinary sabbatical through Europe and Asia early in her career. McInnis, in temperament a true reflection of his hometown of Niceville, Florida, has fond memories of his greatgrandmother’s land in Alabama. Other than still having “nightmares about my brother locking me in the goose pen,” he recalls poultry—all of which were considered “yard birds” by Grandma—taking center stage throughout his childhood, and started his affair with fried chicken at age 6. Admittedly, they’ve come a long way together and learned to make their own rules. As for balancing a partnership in the kitchen and at home, he’s “head over heels in love,” and she confesses, “there’s bourbon involved.” And presumably a little fried chicken. 1 18th St., Miami Beach, 305-3411400; sarsaparillaclub.com
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Pork-belly bacon steamed buns. RIGHT: Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth with one of their dim sum carts. BELOW, FROM LEFT: The dessert cart with kumquat fritters, banana cream cake, and Sarsaparilla chocolate cake; South Floridabrewed craft beers on tap at the bar.
savor cuiscene Korean pancake at the Anderson; left: A throwback lounge in the heart of 79th St, the Anderson brings back old school with a jukebox, and a lively scene on the outdoor patio.
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You’d expect nothing short of stellar from a place named for the first two monkeys to survive a trip into space, and at the Japanese speakeasy A&B Food and Co. (tucked behind Able & Baker’s industrial-bohemian bar and lounge), that’s exactly what you’ll get, via a six-course kaiseki meal made with local ingredients and classic French techniques. 920 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 786-216-7730; ableandbakermiami.com
Who is Baby Jane? Who cares when she’s mixing up handcrafted libations (like the tongue-in-cheek Jane and Juice) and dishing out kale oysters Rockefeller, short-rib pastrami tacos, and guava and cheese deepfried pie. Correction: That’s Michael Beltran of Ariete (and formerly Cypress Room) doing the dishing (just don’t call him “Baby”). 500 Brickell Ave., Miami, 786-803-8004 Bachour Bakery
Take a ride in your DeLorean up the Boulevard of Dreams to this ’80s throwback lounge and bar from the Bar Lab Boys (the guys who brought proper cocktails and the Broken Shaker to Miami). Plus, the Vagabond’s Alex Chang created the munchies menu. As Marty McFly would say, “That’s heavy, Doc.” 709 NE 79th St., Miami, 305-757-3368; theandersonmiami.com
Enter the wonderful saccharine world (and first namesake bakery and bistro) of pastry wizard and James Beard Award semifinalist Antonio Bachour. Here, anything is possible, like the quintessential guava and cheese pastelito– turned–French Danish, Nutella croissants, and every flavor of bonbon you never knew you wanted. Have a savory tooth? He’s doing that, too. 600 Brickell Ave.,
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Miami’s most chasedaround food truck now has a second home in Coral Gables (so you don’t have to go to a Walgreens parking lot to get your adult grilledcheese fix). The croqueta monsieur is everything, but did we mention that they’re doing pastelito milkshakes for the first time? Home, sweet home. 1915 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 786-518-3369; mscheezious.com Zest
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Plant Kingdom Raw food GuRu Matthew Kenney’s Plant food + Wine spRinGs to Life at the sacRed space MiaMi. By Carla Torres
“I love that you have to go down a dead end to find us,” says two-time James Beard Award nominee Matthew Kenney of Plant Food + Wine, a sprawling vegan sanctuary nestled on the edge of Wynwood inside the Sacred Space Miami. At his temple of raw eating, Kenney—a past Food & Wine Best New Chef award winner, the
author of 12 cookbooks, and a vegan authority— serves standout dishes like watermelon poke, cacio e pepe, and coconut ceviche tacos. The restaurant also features a reflecting pool, a culinary academy, and (coming soon) yoga classes. Kenney gives us the skinny on journeying through the plant kingdom.
Your first restaurant focused on meat and fish. What caused your shift? A friend invited me to a vegetarian restaurant. I didn’t really get raw food, but it was so extremely flavorful and the restaurant was full of glowing people on a Monday night. It was a light bulb moment. Why Miami? I do things in places where I love to spend time. I love the
warmer climate, the sun, and the palm trees. And there’s so much knowledge about health and nutrition, it’s exciting. How do you come up with the restaurant’s menu? It’s a balancing act of utilizing components of advanced plant-based cuisine and taking influences from the local area to turn nonvegetarian dishes on their head. James Beard nominee Horacio Rivadero is chef de cuisine. Tell us more about that collaboration. Scott Wineguard, our director of culinary, cultivates talented and passionate teams locally wherever we are. There’s a deep story behind every dish, and the menu conveys that. I spent time in Brazil
and fell in love with moqueca, which we do sous vide with mushrooms and sesame plantain quinoa. Horacio’s Latin influence is incredible. Food is just one component of what’s going on at Plant Food + Wine. The flagship [Matthew Kenney] Culinary Academy is in Miami. Educating people is a really important part of what we do. What is the biggest misconception about eating raw? That you can’t get enough protein or [feel] full from eating raw. People were prepared to go to Taco Bell after. Our food isn’t heavy, but it’s nutrient-dense. 105 NE 24th St., Miami, 305-814-5365; matthew kenneycuisine.com
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Raw food doesn’t mean getting a raw deal in terms of flavor or heartiness, as chef Matthew Kenney proves in dishes like his coconut ceviche tacos (left).
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For several weeks every year in South Florida, thousands of fresh mangoes suddenly appear, as if they were a gift from the gods. The juicy, colorful fruits drop from trees in neighborhoods throughout the region, and residents prepare homemade goods, like jams and salsas, that capture the mango’s delightful flavor. And each year during summer mango season, the cherished International Mango Festival returns to Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden to celebrate this seemingly divine bounty. Eight to 10 tons of mangoes, representing 15 species, will be displayed, discussed, and tasted over the course of a weekend. “Everyone who is anyone in the world of mango will be there: growers, packers, mango enthusiasts, and mango lovers,” says Dr. Richard Campbell, Fairchild’s director of horticulture and senior curator of tropical fruit. Now in its 24th year, the festival was created to “showcase the mango and South Florida’s connection to it,” he explains, as our region is the only one in the country where mango trees grow in the wild. In addition to mouthwatering mango tastings, the festival will offer cooking demonstrations, tips on keeping your mango trees healthy, the Mangos of the World display, a growers’ summit, kids’ programs, and other tributes to the “King of Tropical Fruit.” The 24th annual International Mango Festival takes place July 9–10 at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables, 305-667-1651; fairchildgarden.org.
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The theme of this year’s festival is the mangoes of Cuba, says Fairchild’s curator of tropical fruit, Dr. Noris Ledesma. “We want our Cuban residents to reconnect with their memories of their days shaking mango branches or throwing stones to knock down fruit from the giant mango tree planted in their abuelo’s yard.”
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HOLE-Y MOLY!: Weight-watchers: The gluten-free baked chocolate doughnut clocks in at just 120 calories. Bacon lovers: A maple bacon doughnut features Miami Smokers pig and J. Wakefield Brewing porter. Coffee addicts: Try the addictive cinnamon toast crunch cereal milk latte. Spirit connoisseurs: Doughnut holes are spiked with Moscow mule, Cuba libre, and whatever else the bar is stocking.
“If you would have asked me 20 years ago if I was just going to be doing doughnuts, I would have said no way,” admits doughnutier and partner of The Salty Donut Max Santiago, whose résumé over the past 20 years includes stints at the Peninsula Beverly Hills, Chef Allen’s, and The Thompson. “I do very intricate desserts,” he says. For edible proof, simply bite into the guava-and-cheese-filled doughnut, made from scratch with 24-hour-raised brioche and finished with a cream cheese glaze and galleta Maria crumble. The Salty Donut crew bakes through the night so that when copartners (and soon to be life partners) Andy Rodriguez and Amanda Pizarro arrive to collect the day’s worth of doughnuts— “We’re doing over 5,000 in three days,” touts Pizarro—they’re glazed and ready to be delivered to the company’s Airstream in Wynwood. People wait more than an hour in line for the weekend-only pop-up, often arriving before the Salty Donut’s 11 AM opening time. Soon, those craving the spot’s sweet and savory creations will have a faster way to get their fix—a permanent (and seven days a week) place is set to open at the Wynwood Arcade. In the meantime, you can get your fix during their summer pop-up at The Confidante. What’s better than a beach doughnut day? 29 NW 24th St., Miami, 305-925-8126; saltydonut.com
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Salty Donut’s brown butter and salt, baked chocolate, and maple bacon flavors.
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DRINK ME IS “HEALTHY COCKTAILS” AN OXYMORON? NOT THIS SUMMER, THANKS TO GOOD OL’ H2O! BY CHRISTINA CLEMENTE
Gone are the days of sugary, calorie-laden piña coladas and syrupy frozen margaritas. Today’s health-minded consumers are looking for ways to lighten up their summer sips—and that means new takes on nature’s favorite beverage: water. It starts with the upscale Norwegian brand Voss (vosswater.com), which is
debuting flavored sparkling waters in lemon-cucumber and tangerine-lemongrass. “Flavored sparkling is a change of pace from plain bottled water,” says Voss’s Ken Gilbert, and it makes the ideal mixer: Both flavors are all-natural and calorie-free. Gilbert suggests pairing either one with summer faves like
vodka, gin, or tequila. While the latest offerings from Zico (zico.com) are nonfizzy, the health benefits—fiber, electrolytes—are noteworthy. Try one of the chilled juice blends, such as pineapple-mango or strawberry-banana, with your booze of choice, or opt for a margarita using the California brand’s signature
coconut water plus tequila, lime juice, and triple sec. New to the scene is another Golden State company, Glow (glow beverages.com), which has released Sparkling Hydration and Sparkling Energy, two bubbly, mangoapricot-flavored concoctions that pack the brand’s “X Factor”: a blend of amino
acids and vitamins. Glow’s founder and CEO, Dr. John Larson, recommends reaching for either between cocktails in lieu of plain water, “which offers no added benefit aside from hydration.” Another plus? The all-natural, five-calorie drinks battle the effects of a late night on the town (or beach). Bottoms up!
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Eau là là! Following a flood of new releases, posh water has ascended to the ranks of summer drink staple.
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Only in Miami can you get a scoop of trademarked Abuela Maria cream cheese, guava, and cookie ice cream topped with a scoop of café con leche or sweet plantain and call it a cone. 1503 SW Eighth St., Miami, 305-381-0369; azucaricecream.com
At this sweet spot, try Cuban ice cream sandwiches with your choice of guava, chocolate, or strawberry ice cream stuffed between spongy, sweet, and just a tad bit brittle yellow cake. 8501 W. 24th Ave., Hialeah, 786-515-3562 Serendipity
Grovites come to this all-organic gelato gem to chill out with their avocado and pumpkin pie popsicles or vegan pistachio that uses nuts from Sicily. Granitas made with local fruit are the cherry on top. 3137 Commodore Plaza, Miami, 786-717-5315; biancogelato.com
Made with milk from grass-fed cows in Argentina, Freddo’s all-natural helado’s journey to Miami takes a month, but the signature dulce de leche (get it in a helado panini) is well worth the wait. 610 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-6040065; freddo.com
This hidden sliver of a parlor turns ice cream dreams into reality with Panther Coffee, lavender cacao nib, breakfast cereal, or peanut sriracha ice cream and mojito or Champagne sorbet. 421 NW 26th St., Miami, 305-527-7162; serendipity creamery.com VIXI
This Italian eatery keeps its cool by churning out new flavors of the week, like coconut rosemary, Grand Marnier stracciatella, Ferrero Rocher, and tiramisu. 3301 NE First Ave., Miami, 786-5774362; latteriaitaliana.com
Have you ever had Parmesan or ricotta orange zest ice cream or fig sorbet? Pay VIXI a visit, then do as the Italians do and make it an affogato by topping your ice cream with a shot of espresso. 374 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 786-953-7407
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When was the last time you had ice cream made on the spot with flashfreeze liquid nitrogen? Head to Chill-N and order their creamiest and most popular flavor, Nutella (of which they sell 66 pounds a week). 17831 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 786-9163313; chillnicecream.com Freddo
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Many people have attempted— and failed—to emulate legendary actor John Wayne, but now, thanks to Chris Radomski, they can at least drink like him. One of the founders of the Hundred Acre Wine Group, Radomski has collaborated with his partner, renowned winemaker Jayson Woodbridge, and Wayne’s youngest son, John Ethan Wayne, to produce Duke Kentucky straight bourbon (named for the actor’s nickname) as well as a rare 24-year-old special reserve Napa brandy—spirits crafted according to Wayne’s original formulas and taste. It started when Ethan discovered vaults of his father’s belongings, packed away since the Duke’s death in 1979. “In there was his private liquor collection, including bottles with no labels,” says Radomski. After reading through some of the actor’s letters and other writings, Wayne and Radomski realized that the bottles were the Duke’s own blends. “Ethan uncovered what was essentially a road map—his father’s reflections and work with top master distillers at the time to create his own spirits,” says Radomski, who labored tirelessly alongside Woodbridge and Wayne to reproduce the blend. With the strong support of
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Mix Master In the Dining with the Duke Challenge, participants were asked to blend Duke bourbon with wine. Greg Richie, executive chef of SOCO Kitchen + Bar in Orlando, created the Red River:
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Southern Wine & Spirits, their seven-year quest resulted in an 88-proof bourbon nearly identical to John Wayne’s original in its luscious yet balanced flavor, with hints of charred oak, alluring vanilla, cinnamon, and caramel. Duke bourbon debuted in June 2014. Helping the brand take off were Hundred Acre’s sterling reputation and a variety of marketing events, like a contest to write a song about the Duke for a star-studded CD benefiting the John Wayne Cancer Foundation, and Meeting of the Masters: The Dining with the Duke Challenge, which had master sommelier Fred Dame, chef Rick Moonen, and mixologist Francesco Lafranconi hosting a food, bourbon, and wine pairing competition. “If you’re walking into
an account such as Prime 112, Faena, MC Kitchen, or other highly discerning accounts, all you have is your reputation,” says Radomski, whose company also produces the critically acclaimed Hundred Acre wines and the more mainstream Layer Cake Wines. “We’re fortunate, as we can approach almost any account, have them open their mind, and try the product.” But ultimately, the key factor in Duke Kentucky straight bourbon’s success has been its namesake. “The man was a noble American who saw all people as equal,” says Radomski. “He said, ‘If you work hard, I’ll respect you.’ That’s what we tried to reflect in the brand, and that’s the way we’ve run our business.” dukespirits.com
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¾ oz. Duke bourbon 3 ½ oz. Layer Cake Cabernet Sauvignon ½ oz. sweet vermouth ½ oz. dry vermouth ½ oz. carrot juice celery bitters
Stir with ice, strain into a coupe glass, and garnish with three skewered pearl onions. “It’s something that crosses the boundaries,” says the Hundred Acre Wine Group’s Chris Radomski, “but bourbon and a big red really blend themselves together.”
The Duke Lemonade combines Duke bourbon and lemonade with a Cherry Tart Pinot Noir float, garnished with a lemon wheel and a bourbonsoaked cherry.
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INVITED ROCK ROYALTY MiaMi power couple Juanes and aren Martinez stepped out in style to celebrate the latin rocker’s Ocean Drive cover at French 27.
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By Katie JacKson
Juanes and wife Karen Martinez rocked the red carpet before stepping inside French 27 to celebrate his Ocean Drive cover.
No stranger to flashing cameras and clamoring fans, singing sensation Juanes took center stage on the red carpet to celebrate his Ocean Drive cover at South of Fifth’s slice of Paris, French 27. The two-time Grammy- and record-setting 21-time Latin Grammy-winning rock star donned his signature suave style in a Metallica T-shirt, leather jacket, and acid-wash jeans and was joined by his wife, actress/model Karen Martinez, who stunned in an ALC minidress. The famous duo spent the evening mingling with Miami VIPs and taking selfies with fans. Although an international megastar, Juanes remains humble and down-toearth, prioritizing his family and spending time at his Key Biscayne home. “That’s what Miami gives me a lot of: tranquility and focus on my work and on my family… At home, I’m just a father,” he says with a laugh about his three kids (daughters Luna and Paloma and son Dante). “I’m just papa.”
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Amar’e Stoudemire, George Bamford, Daniel Arsham, and Matthew Chevallard at Stoudemire’s “In the Paint” Series celebration presented by Lionheart Capital at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach.
Nicolás Massú and Alexander Peya at The Big Serve tennis exhibition and clinic.
Sam Robin, the late Zaha Hadid, and Iran Issa-Khan at Michele Oka Doner’s “How I Caught a Swallow in Midair” exhibition opening celebration at the Pérez Art Museum Miami.
Vanessa Hudgens at the W South Beach.
DJ Khaled at Story.
Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, and Dwyane Wade Sr. at the ProPops Foundation’s 10th-anniversary fundraiser and Wade Sr.’s birthday celebration at Private Key.
NBA all-star Dwyane Wade and wife Gabrielle Union were all smiles at Private Key as they celebrated Dwyane Wade Sr.’s birthday, which just happened to align with the 10th-anniversary fundraiser of his ProPops Foundation. On the Beach, starlet Vanessa Hudgens splashed around in the W South Beach’s posh pool, while DJ Khaled successfully partied the night away at South of Fifth destination Story.
Iggy Azalea and Elvis Duran at the VIP fundraiser benefiting the LGBTQ community at the W South Beach.
Michael and Gil Dezer, Rusell Galbut, Keith Menin, Jorge Pérez, Jon Paul Pérez, Jessica Goldman, and Seth Browarnik at World Red Eye’s Cultural Exchanges Speaker Series: The Next Genesis of Miami Real Estate, presented by Perrier-Jouët and Tequila Avión at El Tucán.
Andy Cohen and Adrienne Arsht at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts 2016 gala.
SWANK SOIRÉES Celebrity photographer and World Red Eye founder Seth Browarnik gathered Miami’s top real estate tycoons for the second installment of his Cultural Exchanges Speaker Series: The Next Genesis of Miami Real Estate at El Tucán. Across the bridge on Mid-Beach, Sean Kingtson and Bow Wow partied it up at megaclub LIV, while designer Mara Hoffman let loose at the underground Basement Miami.
Chris Brown and Shannon “Slam” Ridley at the WizPak unveiling and launch party hosted by Brown at Bella Fortuna Estate.
Sean Kingston and Bow Wow at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Mara Hoffman and Javier Piñon at Basement Miami at The Miami Beach Edition.
Boaz Vaadia at his discussion and book signing at the Residences by Armani/Casa. `
Nan Bush, Caetano Veloso, Bruce Weber, and Gilberto Gil at the Faena Theater for an exclusive event presented by MercedesBenz at the Faena Hotel Miami Beach.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SETH BROWARNIK Lourdes Lopez and Victoria Rogers at the Miami City Ballet’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream donor dinner.
Leonardo Lanaro, Iva Kosovic, and Thierry Adam at the Friends of New World Symphony Patron Dinner at the Metropolitan.
Anna Sherrill and Michele Oka Doner at the Louver House celebration honoring Oka Doner.
Rafael de Cárdenas and Craig Robins at the Maison&Objet Americas Rising Star Awards Ceremony at The Moore Building.
Daniel Wingate Silvia Rios Fortun and ing/Summer at Wingate’s Escada Sprtation at 2016 Collection presenGables. Neiman Marcus Coral
Nathalie Cadet-James and Andreea Baclea at the Pérez Art Museum Miami International Committee Luncheon at PAMM.
Amanda Giacomini, Dawn B. Feinberg, Lee Brian Schrager, MC Yogi, and Arlene Chaplin at YogArt at Palm Court in the Design District.
Nina Johnson-Milewski and Daniel Milewski at the Miami Rail fundraiser at Gallery Diet.
Ariadna Gutiérrez, Jhon Santos, and Angeles Almuna at the Shoe and Handbag event at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour.
Sid Goldberg, Linda Levy Goldberg, and Jeff Berkowitz at the Caviar Russe Miami VIP unveiling at the Four Seasons Hotel Miami. Shareef and Al Malnik at the Make-A-Wish annual Garden Party at the Malnik residence.
Alexa Wolman and Katharine Rubino at the 2016 Miracle Makers Luncheon and Fashion Show at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne.
Chris Benz and Michelle Collins at Fashion for Breakfast with Benz at Cecconiâ€™s at Soho Beach House.
John Rock and Mark Rosenberg at the Sapphire: A Sparkling Celebration of the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine event at the InterContinental Miami.
Pedro and David Martin at the Eighty Seven Park sales center unveiling.
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Esther Park, John Lin, and Debra Scholl at the Locust Projectsâ€™ annual Spring Fling fundraiser: Black and White Bash.
Gabby Mejia and Walshy Fire at the Lacoste L!VE X Addict celebration at Soho Beach House.
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Amy Buchman and Eva Silverstein at the Miami City Ballet’s annual school benefit reception at Vintro Hotel.
Federico Rossi and Benjamin Mascolo of Benji & Fede at the Billboard Latin Music Conference at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach.
Jorge Moreno at Moreno’s Cuba.
Adriana Lima at Victoria’s Secret on Lincoln Road..
Antonio Banderas at the Miami Fashion Week press conference at the Mandarin Oriental, Miami.
Mariacelia Blandon and Alfredo Gonzalez at the 94th annual Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Gala at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Athina Klioumi and Maestro Eduardo Marturet at the Miami Symphony Orchestra Big Hats and Bow Ties brunch at Cipriani.
B-Real of Cypress Hill at their performance at Revolution Live. David Edelstein at the 94th annual Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Gala at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Stanley Whitman at the 94th annual Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Gala at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Gavin Rossdale of Bush at their performance at The Fillmore Miami Beach. Elaine Gregory and Victoria Coifman at Rockwell.
FAMOUS FACES Miami’s elite gathered downtown at Cipriani for the Miami Symphony Orchestra’s annual Big Hats and Bow Ties brunch. On the Beach, Bush rocked the house at the Fillmore Miami Beach, while supermodel and Angel Adriana Lima posed for photographers during a special in-store appearance at Victoria’s Secret on Lincoln Road.
Yeni Xiques and Nicole Desiderio at the Chapman Partnership’s seventh annual Womenade Take a Walk in Her Shoes fashion show and luncheon at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami.
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Scottie and Larsa Pippen with Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West
Isabela Rangel Grutman and David Grutman
Peter Tunney and Hulk Hogan Drew McCourt, Josh Wander, Alexander von Furstenberg, Cynthia and Wayne Boich, Valerio Morabito, and Vita Sidorkina
David Grutman, Jeffrey Soffer, and Isabela Rangel Grutman
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A-list celebrities and superstar DJs including Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West, Kaskade, Shanina Shaik, Michael Bay, Hulk Hogan, Ryan Seacrest, and many more flocked to the Magic City to witness nightlife king David Grutman exchange vows with model Isabela Rangel Grutman at their lavish #grootwedding at Wynwood Walls. Charlie Walk, Anita Ko, Laurie Lynn Stark, Lauran Walk, and Richard Stark
Benny Shabtai, Rony Seikaly, Martha Graeff, and Stacey Shabtai
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One-piece swimsuit, Agent Provocateur ($175). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-865-3909; agentprovocateur.com
Model Hannah Ferguson swelters in the latest swimwear on a scorchingly sexy day at the Delano South Beach. by JareD Shapiro photography by ranDall Slavin
It’s 90 degrees outside as gorgeous Sports Illustrated swimsuit model–turned– Ocean Drive cover star Hannah Ferguson frolics in the pristine waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Just another day at the beach? Hardly. Slipping in and out of swimwear from a range of designers, including Agent Provocateur and Luli Fama, Ferguson hardly notices the gawkers and paparazzi who crowd the shimmering white sands to catch even a glimpse of one of the world’s most beautiful women. Tomorrow night in Miami, Tiësto will rock Story, while the Heat will battle the Raptors in the second game of their seven-game NBA playoff series at AmericanAirlines Arena. Across town, Jennifer Lopez will be snapped shopping for Valentino purses at Bal Harbour Shops. It’s all a far cry from Ferguson’s childhood home in San Angelo, Texas, just a stone’s throw from an Air Force base, where a little ballerina who dreamed of being an ice-skater was homeschooled. “It’s a pretty small town,” says the IMG supermodel. “There’s not a lot going on there.” In the years since, Ferguson has traded her Midwestern upbringing for the fast-paced world of fashion and modeling in New York City, but as she tells Ocean Drive, she’s never far away from the ocean, where she truly feels most at home… Let’s start straight from the beginning. How did you get into modeling? At 19 years old, after I graduated from high school, I drove to Dallas with my mom from my hometown of San Angelo, Texas, did a model search, and ended up winning. So I quit my job and moved to Dallas to model for six months, and then they sent me off to New York. Was it something you always wanted to do? It’s something that came up when I was about 15. I used to want to be a figure skater, and then I wanted to be a ballet dancer, and then I was like, “I want to do Sports Illustrated.” So modeling was my dream, and has been ever since.
Maillot, Lisa Marie Fernandez ($395). Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-865-1100; saks.com. Chaos cuff, Jennifer Fisher ($1,635). jenniferfisherjewelry.com
“I feel like once you get to a certain age, if you want to lift something or fill something, do what makes you happy.”
Swimsuit, Mikoh ($215). Bloomingdale’s, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-792-1000; bloomingdales.com opposite page: Jacket, DSquared2 ($2,365). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-866-7880; dsquared2.com. Bikini top, Luli Fama ($78). Nordstrom, The Village at Merrick Park, 358 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables, 786-999-1313; nordstrom.com. Shorts, Isabel Marant ($345). Neiman Marcus, The Village at Merrick Park, 786-999-1000; neimanmarcus.com. Abstract line pinky ring, Jennifer Fisher ($215). jenniferfisher jewelry.com
Bomber jacket, DSquared2 ($2,150). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-866-7880; dsquared2.com. Bandeau bikini top, Canvas by Landsâ€™ End ($75). lands end.com. T-shirt (worn around hips), Vince ($55). Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, 305-865-1100; saks.com. Curved loop earrings, Jennifer Fisher ($215). jenniferfisher jewelry.com
“That was the only reason I got into modeling, to be in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit issue. I’m hoping to get the cover now—that’s my next goal.”
Were you a figure skater? No. In San Angelo, we don’t have any ice. It’s a small town in West Texas. It’s pretty dry, and we didn’t have any ice-skating rinks or places to take lessons. I had taken ballet ever since I was 3, so I kind of figured that was a good way to get my ground for figure skating if I ever got the chance to start taking lessons, but it just never really happened. That’s sad, right? If you’re a kid and you want to be something and you never get the chance? Yeah, but one thing led to another… I love ballet—still to this day I love ballet—so whenever I realized that ice-skating probably wasn’t going to be my thing, I figured I would become a professional ballet dancer. Some models talk about being an ugly duckling or how boys never liked them. Were you always aware of your beauty? I never really thought that I was anything special. I always felt like I was a pretty average person and a normal girl, but I wouldn’t say I was an ugly duckling. I’ve never been out of shape, and I was well-endowed at a young age, I’ll put it that way. People always thought I was older than I was; I was always the tallest in my class. But I was never a weird, skinny, funnylooking kid. I just had a dream and I wanted to at least go for it so I could say that I tried. I went for it, and it worked. What are your views on plastic surgery? I find it interesting, learning about things, or doing research, or asking people questions… My mom was always firm on not wanting us to ever get into plastic surgery and doing injections. She would always say just be happy with what God gave you. But I feel like once you get to a certain age, if you want to lift something or fill something, then do what you want, do what makes you happy. I do think that there is a fine line between doing too much and something that looks good. My boobs are 100 percent real—thanks, mom! Everything about me is real. I read that your parents were both Marines, your dad was a sniper… My parents never had to go to war, thankfully, but my dad trained to be a sniper. Both of my parents were on the shooting team, which is actually how they met. My mom was a drill instructor—that’s something that kind of stays with you and had an effect on our childhood. Is that still how you live your life? [Laughs] No, I’m really bad about making my bed in the morning, to be honest. I actually think it’s more comfy when it’s messy and you
“I’m happiest to be in a city by the beach, or on the water, or in the ocean… that’s where I feel at home.”
Romper, Adirana Degreas ($525). Intermix, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-993-1232; intermixonline.com. Choker, Martha Calvo ($100). Capretto Shoes, 5822 Sunset Dr., Miami, 305-661-7767; caprettoshoes.com Styling by Nycole Sariol, Creative Management @ Mc2 Styling assistance by Ali Marino Hair and makeup by Jennifer Cruz for Dior Beauty Manicure by Bo Satayakul, Creative Management, using Dior Vernis Shot on location at the Delano South Beach, Miami Beach
get back in and the blankets are already disheveled. But it obviously affects your feelings on guns and the Second Amendment. My point of view, from being a Texan and having two Marines as parents—I just think having gun knowledge is so important. Whether you want to have a gun or you think people should be allowed to have guns or not, I think that at least knowing how to handle and operate one and knowing how it works and not being afraid of it is pretty crucial. Shifting gears, on a Carl’s Jr. commercial, you had to take a bite out of 70 burgers? It was something I had never experienced before, that’s for sure. They had a spit bucket, actually, on the side, so every time we would do a take and I would take a bite out of the burger, this guy would have to run over with a bucket and I would have to spit it out, otherwise I would probably end up not feeling so good. I did have a stomach full of barbecue sauce by the end of the day. Did you eat any of it? I ate a few bites, but most of it I put in the spit bucket. It’s like behind the scenes, where people never realize what’s going on. It’s like, “Oh, this commercial is so sexy…” If only you knew what was really happening. You were originally part of Trump Modeling? I was with Trump for a little over two years. I met [Donald] the second day after signing my contract with a few other girls. He was nice, basically asking us about our careers. Let’s talk about Sports Illustrated. That was a dream come true? That was the only reason I got into modeling, to be in that issue. My third issue came out just this past February. I’m hoping to be in there for many issues to come. Is that the ultimate goal?
Absolutely. I’m hoping to get the cover now —that’s my next goal. Four of Ocean Drive’s recent swimsuit cover girls have done the cover of Sports Illustrated afterwards: Lily Aldridge, Chrissy Teigen, Nina Agdal, and Hannah Davis. I love it. Hopefully, I’m following in their footsteps. What do you love about Miami? I love that it’s sunny and there are beaches everywhere. That is the kind of environment that I love to be in. Every time I’m flying here, I am excited. It’s funny because for the longest time I had never been on a beach, but I always knew inside that it was the place I wanted to be, and to live on a beach or by the beach. It was just something I always felt. That’s why I’m happiest to be in a city by the beach, or on the water, or in the ocean… that’s where I feel at home for sure. What’s the perfect swimwear for you? Definitely a two-piece. I usually go to a triangle top, just because they fit me the best. But then I love the smaller bottoms, kind of like Brazilian cut. I like bright colors sometimes, but at the moment [I’m favoring] earthy tones. Having a swimsuit that is a tan color, a military green, or a salmon color— I think those look so good with tan skin. And I love wearing body chains and dainty gold jewelry. You’re currently dating fellow Sports Illustrated model Hannah Davis’s brother, Conn. And if you got married, you would also be Hannah Davis? That’s funny—we actually joke around about that. How did you guys meet? I actually met him in Miami. His sister brought him to one of the Sports Illustrated events my first year. At first I didn’t know that he was her brother, which is pretty funny, but also ironic… We met and hit it off, and I guess the rest is history.
LOVIN’ Miami is hot—literally and figuratively—as the dog days of summer heat up the beach with 100-degree days and steamy Magic City nights. Here, Ocean Drive curates a complete list of what not to miss during July and August. by Jon Warech
Funboy flamingo inflatable pool float (center). opposite page: Miami artist Alex Yanes designed the giant swan float for Funboy’s Artist Edition.
AmericAnAirlines ArenA. The Miami Heat are off negotiating contracts for the summer, so the house that Dwyane Wade built welcomes Justin Bieber (July 2–3) and Drake (August 30–31). If you’re more into the afterparty, odds are both Biebs and Drake will make their way to LIV, Story, or The Villa Casa Casuarina (where many were turned into “Beliebers” during the heartthrob’s last $50,000 two-night stay in town). 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; aaarena.com BArBecue. Summers are for barbecuing, but who wants to do all that work? W South Beach Summer BBQ Series by The Dutch fulfills all of your grillin’ and chillin’ needs. Every Wednesday evening starting July 7, local chefs and breweries team up for a night of bourbon, beer, and barbecue, Miami style. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-938-3111; thedutchmiami.com BAseBAll. Giancarlo Stanton! José Fernández! The boys of summer are back, and your Miami Marlins put on quite a show. Of course there are also special events like Yoga Day (July 10) with a postgame yoga class on
the field and Dontrelle Willis Bobblehead Day (July 23), but nothing quite screams summer like a cold beer and hot dog at the ol’ ballgame. Marlins Park, 501 NW 16th Ave., Miami; marlins.com BAssX. Artist John Salvest’s can’t-miss solo show “Forever” from The Bass Museum of Art’s bassX gallery is on display at the Miami Beach Regional Library until July 10. His work features business cards, reclaimed medicine cabinets, used crutches, secondhand romance novels, and other everyday objects recontextualized into some pretty cool art. 227 22nd St., Miami Beach, 786-436-8133; bassmuseum.org concerts! In a more intimate concert setting, ray lamontagne (August 13) and Jill scott (August 30) take the stage at The Fillmore in Miami Beach (fillmoremb.com), while sublime with rome (July 2) and rock legends Brand new and modest mouse (July 8) will intertwine their musical legacies in their first-ever co-headlining tour at Bayfront Park Amphitheater. bayfrontparkmiami.com
Cook. Get hands-on with chef Gaetano Ascione at Spasso Italian restaurant in Coconut Grove as he hosts a cooking class every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Debone a fish, make authentic red sauce, and learn all the tricks from inside the kitchen of the famed chef who is known for his “brutally honest” cuisine. 3540 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove, 305-441-0219; spassomiami.com DIY DrInks. Jealous of your kids’ summer camp stories? Adults can attend “Cocktail Camp” at Craft Social Club every Wednesday from 8 to 11 pm and learn cocktail mixing from bar manager Ray Tremblay. Use their rose-hibiscus or grapefruitlime-jalapeño soda with an array of garnishes and bitters and feel like Tom Cruise in Cocktail. 100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-216-7719; craftsocialclub.com EatIng. Through July 31, famed chef Daniel Boulud’s Mediterranean-inspired NYC eatery, Boulud Sud, will “pop up” in his Magic City brasserie. Order the grapefruit givré, which The New York Times lauded “as if straight from a cookbook by Escoffier and Ferran Adrià.” 255 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-421-8800; dbbistro.com
Fontainebleau’s pastry shop, Chez Bon Bon. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-535-3283; fontainebleau.com go-karts. If you feel the need for speed, head to K1 Speed, where you can race electric go-karts on an indoor track at speeds upwards of 45 mph. It’s fun with the kids, but it’s even more fun when you leave the kids at home. 8600 NW South River Dr., Medley, 786-0612; k1speed.com
Miami Beach, 305-534-2423; sobefireice.com JuMp arounD! Dance like no one is watching at ball & Chain (1513 SW Eighth St., Miami; ballandchainmiami.com), Calle Ocho’s retro jazz bar, where Billie Holiday once serenaded folks and master salsa instructor Rene Rodriguez teaches gratis salsa classes every Thursday night. Everyone from Gloria Estefan to Gigi Hadid
One epic Summer pOOl party will be epic indeed, thankS tO an array Of dJS blaSting hitS until well after the Sun gOeS dOwn.
Float. It’s not a pool party unless there’s a Funboy luxury pool float involved. The inflatables made famous by Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, and Miami’s own Dave Grutman now have a swan float designed by Miami artist Alex Yanes in their lineup, which includes a flamingo, unicorn, lips—even a hashtag. funboy.com
horsEraCIng. Opened in 1939, Gulfstream Park has grown into a hotbed for horseracing, but now there is also a casino, top-notch restaurants, and shops. Nyquist won the Florida Derby here in April and went on to win the Kentucky Derby, so keep an eye out for the next big winner. 901 S. Federal Hwy., Hallandale Beach; gulfstreampark.com
FontaInEblEau MIaMI bEaCh. There is no better getaway than a staycation at the famed Fontainebleau Miami Beach, which this summer has programming ranging from Michael Mina 74 mixology Wednesdays to painting lessons with a side of rosé at La Côte on Thursdays. There are also behind-the-scenes tours of the
ICE VoDka bar. When the Miami heat hits unbearable levels, don’t just cool down—freeze down, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice’s 23-degree Ice Vodka Bar, where guests don plush faux fur coats and gloves to survive the arctic temperatures while drinking their vodka straight. Who needs rocks when you’ve got 100,000 pounds of ice? 1672 Collins Ave.,
has stepped up to the dance floor, including NFL star Antonio Brown, who flew in to practice during his run on Dancing with the Stars. Want to go all week? Enjoy five straight days of shaking your hips at the Miami salsa Congress (miami salsacongress.com), the Latin music and dance festival held at Deauville Beach Resort from July 27 to 31. In its 15th year, the MSC features pool parties, workshops, concerts, and dance showcases from the world’s top salsa swingers. kaYak. There is no shortage of drum circles and parties celebrating the full moon, but on July 19 and August 18, join Blue Moon Outdoor Center for a Full Moon Kayak Tour around Biscayne Bay to Oleta’s
private beach, followed by a bonfire and marshmallow roast. Don’t forget to bring glow sticks. bluemoonoutdoor.com kEYs. Islamorada, or as out-oftowners call it, “that place where they film Bloodline,” is just a hop, skip, and a jump from Miami, and it’s pure summer paradise. Sip a cocktail on a hammock on the private beach at amara Cay resort (amaracay resort.com), get a Japanese facial or an island body massage at the Moorings Village & spa (themoorings village.com), or celebrate the full moon at pierre’s at Morada bay (moradabay.com). If you’re up for traveling further, little palm Island resort & spa (littlepalmisland.com) is known as one of the most exclusive and captivating private islands in the world. At Key West’s ocean key resort & spa (oceankey.com), the all-suite resort embraces the elegance of the West Indies while still capturing the playfulness of the Florida Keys. laMborghInIs. Fast cars aren’t just for Tracy Chapman lyrics, so live life in the fast lane and swing by Lou La Vie to rent a Lamborghini or Ferrari for a weekend (or all summer). Just don’t go drag racing like Justin Bieber after you do it. 1444 Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 113, Miami, 305-974-1914; loulavie.com ManatEEs. A day trip up to Manatee Lagoon, an FPL EcoDiscovery Center, is fun for the whole family with a multifunctional educational center, two levels of exhibit and observation areas, and a picnic area. Best of all, the “fun-filled flippers-and-whiskers” experience is on the lagoon! 6000 N. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach, 561-626-2833; visitmanateelagoon.com MIaMI spICE starts in August, which means delectable three-course lunches ($23) and dinners ($39) at almost every restaurant in town. The fun starts with Iron Fork from the Downtown Development Authority on July 28 at AmericanAirlines Arena. Attendees can sample food from more than 70
photography by carol grant (manatees)
clockwise from left: Experience manatees up close at Manatee Lagoon; a Lou La Vie Lamborghini; Ball & Chain salsa lessons on Thursdays; oysters at db Bistro. opposite page: Funboy’s Pegasus pool float.
restaurants and watch some of the city’s finest chefs battle it out in a live cooking competition. NocturNal Beats. Only in South Beach would there be a music store open Thursday through Sunday from 9 pm to 3 am, but such is the case at South Beach Music Exchange, where store owner Marty is happy to teach you to play guitar, drums, or a number of other instruments in the shop. 1771 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305-984-5999 oNe epic summer pool party. The aptly named monthly series (taking place July 16 and August 13) at Epic Hotel downtown will be epic indeed, thanks to food, lots of booze, and an array of DJs blasting hits until well after the sun goes down. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-424-5226; epichotel.com
passport 305. Spend the whole summer like you are on vacation with Passport 305, a membership program that allows access to high-end boutique hotels. Work out in the gym, relax in the spa, and lounge by the pool at places like Nautilus, Hotel Astor, and Surfcomber. runway-resorts.com retail therapy. Miami was just named the country’s numberone retail market, so stroll around the high-end boutiques in the open-air Bal harbour shops or head to aventura mall, one of the largest malls in America. Meanwhile, the Design District, which recently added Tom Ford, Hermès, Dior, Theory, and Helmut Lang to the mix, is basically an entire neighborhood devoted to shopping. sailiNg. No boat? No problem. Sailo lets you live the boat life for a half
or full day. Whether it’s a romantic affair for two or party for 20, choose a boat from their inventory of 1,500 speed and sail boats, catamarans, or megayachts, and even get your own captain. Catering not included. sailo.com sweet liBerty DriNk & supply compaNy. If you’ve ever wanted to see a party through the eyes of the bartender, grab some friends and reserve the Bartender’s Table at Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Company. For $75 a person, guests sit behind the bar and enjoy an hour-long food and cocktail tasting, while watching the common folk fight for space—and attention—at the bar. 237 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-763-8217; mysweetliberty.com theater. Miami Theater Center hosts a teen theater workshop for ages 13 to 18 from July 5 to 23, where, under the tutelage of
photography Courtesy of Morgan LehMan gaLLery and the artist (forever); opposiite page: andrew Meade (fLower MuraL)
above, from left: John Salvest’s sculpture Forever, 2013, is made using thousands of secondhand romance novels; the Bartender’s Table at Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Company. below: Funboy flamingo pool float. opposite page: A Wynwood Walls flower mural by Fafi; Rainforest Riptide at Jungle Island.
Rosalind Thomas-Clark, students can sing, dance, and act their way through the summer. There are also two sessions of musical theater camp. mtcmiami.org
the coast of the Miami animal center has everything from a catapult to a climbing wall for the more adventurous. 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, 305-400-7000; jungleisland.com
Stories of Vizcaya” exhibit into a full sensory experience and takes place on the property’s 100-year-old farm. $100 per person, 7:30 pm. 3251 S. Miami Ave., Miami; vizcaya.org
Trucks. Every fourth Wednesday at the North Shore Bandshell (Collins Avenue and 73rd Street), the Miami Beach Food Truck and Music Fest welcomes trucks like GastroPod, Ms. Cheezious, and Mushaboom. There’s also Food Truck Tuesdays at Haulover Park (10800 Collins Ave.) and Third Thursdays in Surfside (95th Street between Collins and Harding Avenues).
VeneTian Pool. Swimming in public pools is cool, especially when they’re almost as old as the city itself. The Venetian Pool, an 820,000-gallon natural spring created in 1923 from a coral rock quarry and recently brought up to date, is the perfect place to splash around this summer while soaking in the history of old Miami. PS: You’ll never find a cleaner swim—it’s drained every day! 2701 de Soto Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-460-5306
WellTh saTurdaYs. Brunch and yoga next to the megayachts at The Deck at Island Gardens’ WELLTH Saturdays, a weekly event hosted by yoga expert and author Dashama featuring yoga classes, a water blessing ceremony, breath work, meditation, music, dancing, and an organic brunch. The festivities kick off at 10:30 am. Island Gardens, 888 MacArthur Cswy.
ulTiMaTe challenge. Rainforest Riptide, a floating water playground and obstacle course, is back at Jungle Island. The massive structure located in Biscayne Bay off
ViZcaYa. Forego sight and tap into your senses of smell, taste, and sound during Vizcaya Museum & Gardens’ dark dining event on July 13, which turns its latest “Lost Spaces and
WYnWood. Whether it’s Art Walk on the second Saturday of every month or the Wynwood Farmer’s Market every Saturday, weekends this summer are made for the graffitied neighborhood. Enjoy the street art, schmooze with locals, and while
you’re there, check out the Wynwood Garden, the newest extension of the Wynwood Walls, or culinary incubator Wynwood Yard. YachTs. Have you ever sat at a bar in Miami and thought, Let’s move this party to the Bahamas? Lique Miami can make that happen, as the waterfront restaurant and lounge also happens to have a private yacht available for charter. Order your meal in North Miami and finish it at Atlantis Paradise Island. 3957 NE 163rd St., North Miami, 305-705-2425; liquemiami.com Yoga. Defy gravity, do handstands on a stranger, and practice the art of acrobatic partner yoga every Sunday at South Pointe Park’s acroyoga jams (usually from 3 to 7 pm), where the city’s top yogis school you in physical education—but with playtime.
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4. LITTLE PALM ISLAND RESORT & SPA Little Palm Island Resort & Spa located in Little Torch Key, Florida is known as one of the most exclusive and captivating islands in the world. Views of turquoise water and uninhabited islands are enjoyed from thirty luxury suites. Thatched bungalows exude tropical flair and insure a serene experience. In addition to exquisite accommodations, award winning Chef Earl Morse has created a culinary experience to savor. A visit to this tropical hideaway is a must for discerning guests. Call 800-343-8567 or visit littlepalmisland.com
5. THE CONFIDANTE HOTEL Introducing Miami Beach’s newest retreat: The Confidante. Mid-beach’s mid-century inspired oceanfront hotel combines the vibrant glamour of Miami’s past with the sophistication and amenities of modern day. The Confidante is home to “Top Chef” alum Dale Talde’s Asian-American restaurant and bar, TALDE Miami Beach; the casual, classic Floridian brasserie Seagrape; a rooftop, open-air spa with full-service salon by Warren-Tricomi and more. Summer rates from $229. Explore The Confidante and its summer events and offers at theconfidantehotel.com
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Steps from Lincoln Road and the Atlantic Ocean, Kaskades South Beach features 24 exclusive spa guestrooms. Each stay includes VIP express checkin at the hotel’s new Guest Lounge, continental breakfast, sunset happy hour with wine and refreshments, rooftop pool access, shuttle service, private beach club, and onsite concierges. In addition, guests can enjoy full privileges at its sister property, Gale Hotel, including access to the pool, fitness center, restaurants and bars. Please call 305-673-0199 or visit kaskadeshotel.com
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ART of the CITy 2016
This year, our exclusive and unique Art of the City portfolio presents a true celebration of the exceptional talent and diversity of our nation’s artists. In what has become one of the most exciting events in our GreenGale Publishing calendar, the 2016 lineup represents the best, the boldest, and the buzziest from each of our 11 cities. From Boston to New York City and the Hamptons, to Washington, DC, and Philadelphia, Chicago and Miami, Los Angeles, Aspen, Las Vegas, and Austin, we are showcasing this
spectacular array of artists in each of our magazines, on our covers, and through a series of exclusive events around the country, designed to connect our readers and communities with America’s art superstars. In addition—and to underscore our commitment to art awareness in our cities—this year’s featured artists have donated select works to charities to help provide much-needed support. Twyla Tharp said, “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” Now, on your mark, get set… go!
PETER TUNNEY WITH HIS GIANT POLAROIDS, THE ARTIST, PHILANTHROPIST, AND ENTREPRENEUR IS CAPTURING MOMENTS AND CREATING TREASURE. BY JON WARECH SIPPING A GO CLASICO bottled juice from Jugofresh and sucking on a Cohiba cigar from Cuba, artist Peter Tunney is enjoying the moment. In fact, these days he’s enjoying every moment. “It used to be I was on the bow of a boat just ripping across to nowhere in a big rush, but I never once looked behind me,” says Tunney, 54, from the makeshift 1940s-inspired living room inside his Wynwood gallery. “Now I’m attempting to balance my life better between action and reflection and production—and that’s been very satisfying.” You could say living in the now is sort of his thing. The messages in his famed paintings—Grattitude, The Time is Always Now, Enough is Possible, which hang in living rooms around the world—come from decades of taking it all for granted. But with a lifetime of partying in his rear-view mirror, the Wall Street wunderkindturned-artist knows that time is of the essence. “The overarching theme is that I hate that we’re getting older, I hate that time is slipping by,” he says. “I really love being here, even when things are shitty. It’s just the best gig in town.” Both time and the things that represent it are important to Tunney. He’s a collector. Maybe a hoarder. He refers to the 750 or so items in a kitchen cabinet he once had as “stuff that I treasure.” And he should, since everything from Cap’n Crunch boxes to figurines to bleached-out beer cans has ended up in his art. His life’s collection serves as the underpainting for his canvas work and the foundation of his time capsules. Tunney also estimates that he has taken roughly 800,000 photographs in his life and marvels at finding a plastic tub filled with 125 rolls of film from a two-week trip to St-Tropez, Istanbul, Namibia, Cannes, Slovenia, and Paris that he took in 1999. “I still have stuff in my pockets from those days.” His obsession with time is what makes his latest project, Giant Polaroids, so interesting. It involves a large Polaroid camera—one of only five made, manufactured in the late ’70s and used by Andy Warhol and Chuck Close—that produces huge 20-by-24-inch photos. But, much like the life that Tunney so cherishes, the film remaining is finite.
TOP: Peter Tunney’s Wynwood gallery. LEFT: Warhol Cigarettes (Shut the Puck Up!) (2016). ABOVE: Warhol Soup (Wake Up!!!) (2016). OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Tunney (with cigar) in his studio working with Mr. Brainwash on a Giant Polaroid.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN REUTER (MR. BRAINWASH)
While every day counts in his world, so does every photo. He has taken pictures of some of his “stuff,” like a childhood Lassie book (“The quality of pages, the shoddiness of the book, the elegant but naïve illustrations inside—the whole thing just turns me on,” he says), and portraits of people who are fans of the camera and of Tunney’s style. Mainly, though, he captures images of people today and juxtaposes them with classic art. Occasionally he rolls the dice and mixes in elements like his jeans, which found their way into the Ocean Drive cover photo. “Honestly, it’s whatever comes into my mind that day,” Tunney says of his process. “Generally, my ideas of what I’m doing don’t come out as good as the accidents of what I didn’t think would work.” And there’s a lot that’s good in his current projects involving the giant camera. He’s working on a piece for Tony Bennett that incorporates 48 of the crooner’s albums, and he has partnered with the estate of photographer Bert Stern to shoot Stern’s photos of Marilyn Monroe, the last taken before she died. “When you’re taking those pictures, you’re like nose to nose with Marilyn Monroe telling you, ‘Come and get me, baby,’” says Tunney, who began working with the camera 20 years ago. “And I zoomed in a little bit so she’s really close, really alive and really present.” That’s what it’s all about for Tunney: being present. He’s at peace with his life—he lives with his wife of almost 10 years, Amy, and their 9-month-old son, Art—and with the fact that the film will soon run out. He doesn’t even have any plans for the last shot. Of course, long after all the film for the giant camera is gone, Tunney’s work will still be making its mark. As part of Ocean Drive’s Art of the City initiative, the artist has agreed to donate a work from his collection, with proceeds benefiting Artists for Peace and Justice (apjnow.org), a nonprofit that encourages peace and social justice and addresses issues of poverty around the world, with an immediate goal to serve the poorest communities in Haiti. “If we ran out tomorrow and they said the other film got spoiled and we can’t shoot anymore, then c’est la vie,” Tunney says. “It would just make me treasure these pictures more, and would make me think I should have done more Marilyns. Every one is just a piece of treasure.” Tunney’s studio is located at 220 NW 26th St., Miami, 646-245-7904; petertunney.com.
What Tunney calls “stuff that I treasure” has a way of becoming part of his art, which may explain how his paint-smudged jeans wound up in Cailin Double Exposed in My Jeans on our cover. left: A Giant Polaroid of Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh. above: The giant Polaroid camera. right: A doubleexposed Giant Polaroid self-portrait at ages 3 and 53. below: Brillo (2016).
“The overarching Theme is ThaT... i haTe ThaT Time is slipping by. i really love being here, even when Things are shiTTy. iT’s jusT The besT gig in Town.” —peter
RONALD B E VE RLY THE HOWARD UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR IS DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF PHOTOGRAPHERS BY LOOKING TO THE ART FORM’S PAST IN ORDER
When it comes to photographic techniques, Ronald Beverly, the head of the photography department at Howard University in Washington, DC, is a film purist— except when he isn’t. He grounds his own art—and insists that his students ground theirs—in an understanding of traditional practices, darkroom and all, even if 90 percent of the work he is shooting right now is digital. “I’m always accustomed to the complete loop from beginning to end, from image capture to presentation,” Beverly says. Consider Nature’s Avatar, a kaleidoscopic series of digital giclées (printed on canvas) that look like something Google’s DeepDream program might generate. They scan plainly as landscapes and vaguely as natural: rectilinear mandalas that emphasize form, pattern, and fractal geometry. Obviously, these are digital transformations. But Beverly’s black-and-white silver gelatin landscape prints are no less sharp and craggy. Still, the 56-year-old artist is clear with his students that he prizes large-format film photography over digital. “It’s about craftsmanship first, and your meaning and message later,” he says. (Or as he likes to describe the digital-versus-film divide, “The microwave is quicker, but the food doesn’t taste as good.”) In the end, his overarching theme remains the same. “My goal,” says Beverly, “is to bring to light what we can’t see.” Ronald Beverly’s work will be on display at the MGM National Harbor when it opens this fall. 7100 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill, 844-346-4664; mgmnationalharbor.com. boxlightstudios.prosite.com
Ronald Beverly’s digital giclée Over Time #2 (2009), from his Texture Series. The photographer prints his own images so viewers get to see his complete vision, “from image capture to presentation.” COVER, AT LEFT: Aurora Series #9 (2014), from Beverly’s Temporal Kinetics series.
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE ARTIST (AURORA SERIES #9 AND OVER TIME #2); TONY J PHOTOGRAPHY (BEVERLY)
TO SEE ITS FUTURE. BY KRISTON CAPPS
NEW YORK CITY
LISA SCH U LTE THE NEON ARTIST IS TAKING A POPCULTURE MEDIUM AND BENDING IT INTO SOMETHING ENTIRELY UNEXPECTED.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY BODE HELM
BY KARI MOLVAR
Lisa Schulte’s years of experience have taught her to “see” in light: “You just have to keep doing it... Then you have the natural feel to shape things within you,” says the neon artist, shown here with Untitled Wood Series #1 (2014). COVER, AT RIGHT: All Your Life You Were Only Waiting for This Moment to Arise (2015).
After a freak accident in childhood, Lisa Schulte lost her sight for three months. It was a moment that shaped the rest of her life. “One doesn’t take sight for granted when you get it back,” says the 60-year-old artist. “It changed my sense of light.” Now, as a visual artist known for her neon work, she’s constantly surrounded by an electric glow. “Many artists take a stab at using neon, but only a few in the world are true experts,” says Blair Clarke of New York’s Voltz Clarke Gallery, which will mount an exhibition of Schulte’s pieces this summer. Schulte is largely self-taught and came to neon through the event production industry—she had her own signage shop in Los Angeles, Nights of Neon, in the mid-’80s. “I just reached a point where I had so much experience in how glass works that I started creating three-dimensional sculptures with neon,” she says. These days, Schulte muses that she can literally “see” in neon—and she’s helping the next generation see it too, by donating a work of art to be auctioned for the artsmentoring nonprofit Free Arts NYC (freeartsnyc.org). “You just have to keep doing it, doing it, doing it,” she says of her work. “Then you have the natural feel to shape things within you.” “Summer Selections,” an exhibition featuring Schulte’s work, runs July 1–August 31 at Voltz Clarke Gallery, 141 E. 62nd St., Second Fl., 212933-0291; voltzclarke.com
MICHAE L DWECK THE SURFINSPIRED PHOTOGRAPHER RELEASES A HIGHLY ANTICIPATED NEW EDITION OF HIS BELOVED BEACHCENTRIC TOME. BY KARI MOLVAR
Photographer Michael Dweck captures the Montauk of his youth in The End: Montauk, N.Y., an ode to disappearing Hamptons surf culture. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Jessica and Kurt (2002); Dweck; Surfer, Ditch Plains (2002); Skinny Dipping, Cavetts Cove (2006). COVER, BOTTOM LEFT: Julia and Brittany, Hither Hills (2010).
PHOTOGRAPHY BY MICHAEL DWECK (BEACH SHOTS); JUPITER JONES (DWECK)
When photographer Michael Dweck, 58, published The End: Montauk, N.Y., in 2004, an homage to the Hamptons’ surfing culture and sun-streaked landscape, the initial print run of 5,000 copies sold out in less than three weeks. Collectors will have another chance to grab the book this summer, though: In July, Dweck will publish 300 copies of a new edition of The End. The $3,000 clothbound volume includes 85 previously unpublished images, as well as an essay by photographer (and Montauk resident) Peter Beard and an 11-by-14-inch gelatin silver print (Surf’s Up, Adriana, or Lilla), numbered and signed. To celebrate its release and preserve the shorelines depicted in the pages, a portion of the proceeds of the book will go toward the Surfrider Foundation (surfrider.org), Oceana (oceana.org), and Splash (splash.org), which help maintain US waterways and beaches. For Dweck, the new edition is also a chance to expand on the book’s original narrative—the spellbinding allure of summer and surfing, and a way of life that’s fading away. “The work was my way of freezing Montauk from when I was a kid,” says Dweck, who grew up in Nassau County, Long Island, and began visiting the seaside community in the ’70s. “It was about a feeling—of what it’s like to be free, young, and 19 again.” The End: Montauk, N.Y. (Ditch Plains Press, $3,000) is available at ditchplainspress.com. michaeldweck.com
BILLY AL BENGSTON
Nicknamed “Rainbow” in high school for his multicolored outfits (“I’d do a complete wardrobe change at lunch,” he says), Billy Al Bengston, photographed in his Venice studio in front of Milwaukee Monster (2016, FAR LEFT) and Ascot (2016), has been a lively fixture on the LA arts scene for nearly 60 years. COVER, BOTTOM LEFT: Riders of Destiny (1966).
PHOTOGRAPHY BY BODE HELM (BENGSTON); BRIAN FORREST (RIDERS OF DESTINY )
AN L.A. LEGEND ARTS ON. BY MICHAEL HERREN In the pantheon of postwar California Cool artists— adventurers with names such as Ruscha, Price, Bell, Altoon, Irwin, and Graham—Billy Al Bengston is the trickster god. He’s one thing; he’s its other—an entertaining introvert who’s naturally the life of any party but who’s also a natural in his studio, alone, a party of one. A self-proclaimed pistonhead who has surfed toes-on-the-nose and raced motorcycles for cash and glory—and who then translated this love of speedy sleekness and slick sheen into motifs and finishes in his paintings. Born in Dodge City, Kansas, at the height of the Depression, Bengston and his family settled in LA in the late 1940s, just in time for high school, where he developed a passion for ceramics before switching to painting. He then proceeded to have five solo shows at the famed Ferus Gallery on North La Cienega Boulevard between 1958 and 1963, and at age 82 he continues to strive to paint a pretty picture—noting, however, that his idea of a pretty picture might not be yours. “Painting, it’s like self-flagellation,” he says. “You sort of like it, and hope other people like what you did while you were beating yourself.” Bengston is donating a hand-colored monoprint, Untitled (1972), which will be auctioned on July 16 at Summer on Seventh, the annual LA fundraisercum-arts happening benefiting Inner-City Arts (innercityarts.org), a nonprofit that provides underserved youth in Los Angeles with access to free arts education. Bengston’s work is featured in “Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection,” which runs through February 12, 2017, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort St., New York, 212-5703600; whitney.org. billyalbengston.com
“PAINTING, IT’S LIKE SELF-FLAGELLATION. YOU SORT OF LIKE IT, AND HOPE OTHER PEOPLE LIKE WHAT YOU DID WHILE YOU WERE BEATING YOURSELF.” —BILLY
MEG SALIGMAN THE CELEBRATED MURALIST HAS CREATED SOME OF THE CITY’S MOST ICONIC PUBLIC ARTWORKS. THIS SUMMER, SHE REIMAGINES TWO OF THEM. BY JOANN GRECO As the creator of such beloved Philadelphia images as Our Flag Unfurled, artist Meg Saligman has become an integral part of the vibrant cultural life that drew her to the city. Painted on the side of a warehouse near the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, the mural was an immediate response to the events of 9/11, but now Saligman, 50, is meticulously restoring Flag so it will be ready to welcome the thousands coming to Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention in July. Then she will turn her attention to a new Project HOME residence to serve the city’s homeless: More than 100,000 prayer ribbons from the public installation she created for Pope Francis’s historic visit to Philadelphia last September will form part of the building’s façade. Saligman’s oeuvre has grown to include private commissions in Mexico City, Ecuador, Tanzania, and a handful of American cities. Last year she completed her largest work ever, the 42,000-square-foot M.L. King Mural: We Will Not Be Satisfied Until... in Chattanooga, Tennessee, a richly hued tribute to an AfricanAmerican neighborhood. “I’m very proud of my body of work,” she says. “It’s a great feeling when I drive by one and can say, ‘I did that!’” megsaligman.com
Participating in Philly’s Mural Arts program offers Meg Saligman “three things I absolutely love: painting on a large scale, being outside, and working with people,” she says. Seen here, Common Threads, an eight-story mural she painted in 1998, features local high school students mirroring the poses of antique figurines. COVER, BOTTOM LEFT: Our Flag Unfurled (2001).
PHOTOGRAPHY BY TOM CRANE (COMMON THREADS); MICHAEL SPAIN-SMITH (SALIGMAN); COURTESY OF SHERWIN WILLIAMS (OUR FLAG UNFURLED)
SUSH MACHIDA WITH HIS UNAPOLOGETIC EAST MEETSWEST FUN FUSION STYLE, THIS POP MURALIST HAS LEFT A STRONG IMPRINT ON THE CITY. BY KRISTEN PETERSON
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE ARTIST
Japanese-born painter Sush Machida, 43, has made a distinctive mark on the city of Las Vegas with his brilliantly colorful Pop murals. His work includes the large-scale mural he painted with Tim Bavington on Downtown’s Emergency Arts building and 2,000 square feet of peaceful and happy murals for Hope Corridor at Clark County’s Child Haven, which he supports for its work in protecting children from abuse. Machida’s artistic lexicon is vast: Waves and clouds create minimalist forms that bring Japanese woodcut traditions solidly into the now; brightly hued tigers represent Japanese symbols of luck; and other works teem with colorful fish, air fresheners, perfume bottles, and cigarette packs. The Pop muralist is making his mark on Las Vegas in other ways, too: Machida is donating a work of art through Vegas’s Art of the City project to assist in the massive fundraising effort to build The Modern (the modernlv.org), a contemporary art museum planned for Downtown’s burgeoning arts neighborhood. Of Machida’s work, renowned art critic David Hickey says, “It’s always kind of crazy, but it’s never too much, never more than you want. It’s just right—exquisite and graceful. It lives on the surface.” Machida’s work appears in “Tilting the Basin: Contemporary Art of Nevada” at the Nevada Museum of Art, August 5–October 23; nevadaart.org. sushmachida.com
Sush Machida’s exuberant style has earned him fans like Los Angeles Times art critic David Pagel, who writes, “Pop art never looked more scorchingly gorgeous or wickedly Zen.” COVER, AT LEFT: Uneri-zu (2016).
NICK CAVE THE PERFORMANCE ARTIST AND SOUNDSUIT INVENTOR TACKLES TOUGH SOCIAL ISSUES WITH HIS STUNNING FOUNDOBJECT CREATIONS.
A must-have for any contemporary art museum or top-level collector, Nick Cave’s instantly recognizable soundsuits—exuberant, brightly colored wearable sculptures adorned with everything from buttons and hair to toys and other found objects— have made the 57-year-old professor in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s fashion design department one of the most sought-after artists in the world. Although festive in spirit, the multimedia creations are rooted in a dark moment: the 1991 police beating of Rodney King after a high-speed car chase in Los Angeles. Soon thereafter, Cave found himself gathering twigs and constructing a kind of protective garment-sculpture that served as a prototype for what he later termed soundsuits. He has made more than 500 of them since. Cave, who grew up in rural Missouri and began his studies at the Kansas City (Missouri) Art Institute, is part of a growing trend of community engagement in which an artist becomes what he calls a “cultural change agent.” Whether it’s with his soundsuits, sculptures, installations, or community projects, Cave seeks to transport people into a contemplative, healing, and transformative realm. “I’m creating this space,” he says, “that allows one to imagine.” “Nick Cave: Until” opens at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art on October 16. 1040 Mass MoCA Way, North Adams, MA, 413-662-2111; massmoca.org. nickcaveart.com
With its roots in issues like gun violence and racial inequity, Nick Cave’s colorful art ultimately seeks to transport viewers into a realm that allows for healing and transformation. COVER, AT LEFT: Soundsuit (2015).
PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEOF TEAGUE/WWW.GEOFTEAGUE.COM (CAVE, BACKGROUND); JAMES PRINZ PHOTOGRAPHY. COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND JACK SHAINMAN GALLERY, NEW YORK (SOUNDSUIT)
BY KYLE MACMILLAN
DICK CARTE R THE COLORADO ARTIST EXPLORES THE UNIVERSEONE BRUSHSTROKE AT A TIME.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHAWN O’CONNOR (CARTER); TONY PRIKRYL (MODERN MANDALA, YELLOW X MANDALA)
BY CHRISTINE BENEDETTI
It’s been 40 years since artist Richard Carter was Herbert Bayer’s assistant in Aspen, but the Bauhaus architect and artist’s influence is clearly present in Carter’s newest series of works. “It’s in my blood,” he says of the modernist movement known for bold lines, stark shapes, and bright colors. Titled “Mandalas Considered,” Carter’s new exhibition is the fruit of two years of painting and drawing. “I got interested in the mandala, not in the spiritual way but in a formal way, the structure of it,” he says about the geometric pattern used to represent the universe in many Eastern cultures. A cofounder of the Aspen Art Museum, Carter, 70, is deeply rooted in the Aspen Valley’s arts scene, serving on the board of the Art Base, the nonprofit that will be the beneficiary of an Aspen Peak summer fundraiser where one of his pieces will be auctioned off. During a residency at Anderson Ranch Arts Center last summer, he was inspired by Takashi Nakazato’s studio and created three mandala series with the Japanese symbol for a cherry blossom at their center. “They’ve evolved over different ways in the past two years,” he says, “but they all have some reference to scientific notation.” The new series visibly transitions from complex, physics-centered pieces to modern, simplified, more abstract works. The same could be said of Carter himself. “Mandalas Considered” runs June 3–25 at The Launchpad in Carbondale, 76 S. Fourth St., 970-963-1680; launchpad carbondale.com. “Drawings” runs June 10–July 1 at the Art Base in Basalt, 99 Midland Spur, 970-927-4123; theartbase.org. richardcarterart.com
The mandalas of Dick Carter, seen in his studio, have grown simpler over the years but retain their grounding in natural structures, from cherry blossoms to subatomic particles. ABOVE: Modern Mandala (2015). COVER, AT LEFT: Yellow X Mandala (2014).
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J E N NIFE R CHE NOWETH NO ONE UNDERSTANDS THE TEXAS CAPITAL’S PASSION FOR PLACE LIKE CHENOWETH, WHOSE XYZ ATLAS SHOWS WHERE AUSTINITES HAVE EXPERIENCED THEIR HIGHS AND LOWS. BY KATHY BLACKWELL
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNY SATHNGAM
Jennifer Chenoweth jokes that she feels like “a dinosaur” because she can use power tools and has classical training, but she is learning the computer graphics program Rhino in order to do 3-D design. “Digital prints help art be more affordable for more people,” she notes. Her XYZ Atlas project also includes small sculptures (TOP) based on the flowerlike color wheel of emotions that’s also at the heart of The Hedonic Map of Austin (2015; RIGHT).
This spring, artist Jennifer Chenoweth unveiled the final installment in her collaborative multimedia project XYZ Atlas, which employs art, technology, and psychology to illustrate how Austinites feel about places around their city. Over a three-year period, 500 people responded to her surveys, which asked questions like “Where did you fall in love?” and “Where did you have your worst night?” Inspired by Robert Plutchik’s color wheel of emotions (lemon yellow for joy, dark green for terror, and so on) and using geospatial information systems technology, Chenoweth created The Hedonic Map of Austin, which depicts where residents have felt their highs and lows. The happiest point is a lemon-yellow peak right over Barton Springs and Zilker Park, the urban oasis in this outdoors-obsessed city. “I thought people would just answer with two-word locations, but they told these rich stories,” says Chenoweth, 47, who was also surprised by how the surveys tracked Austin’s rapid growth. She has expanded XYZ Atlas to include temporary art installations, a catalog, and a large solar-powered steel sculpture of a lotus flower called Dance of the Cosmos. Chenoweth is now applying for grants to help her fund the digital platform of XYZ Atlas so she can take it to other cities. “The possibilities of art have completely changed through technology,” she says. Artwork from XYZ Atlas is on display through August at the Beverly S. Sheffield Education Center at Barton Springs Pool Bathhouse, 2201 Barton Springs Road; barton s p r i n g s c o n s e r v a n c y. o r g . fisterrastudio.com
R ACHE L PE RRY THE ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM’S ARTISTINRESIDENCE CREATES MASTERFUL ART FROM WHAT THE REST OF US THROW AWAY.
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND YANCEY RICHARDSON GALLERY (LOST IN MY LIFE SERIES); IAN TRAVIS BARNARD (PERRY)
BY LISA PIERPONT
A fruit sticker, a plastic twist tie, a price tag: Rachel Perry collects, cherishes, and creates world-class art out of them—thousands and thousands of them. The current artist-in-residence at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Perry, 54, has spent her career exploring how our identity is defined by modern consumer culture. She’s a collector first, hand-peeling labels and meticulously preserving them on wax paper; then, she is a sculptor, photographer, performance artist, and painter. Her mission: “What I am doing here is trying to comment on the daily life of one small life on this planet as it may relate to art, and that is all.” Born in Tokyo, Perry earned a BA from Connecticut College and a diploma and fifth-year certificate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She was honored with the Catherine Boettcher Fellowship at the MacDowell Colony and is a two-time winner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Award for Excellence in Drawing and Sculpture. Her work is displayed in numerous museums and private collections around the world. Her solo show, “What Do You Really Want?,” is currently on view at—literally on the outside wall of—the Gardner Museum. “Rachel Perry: What Do You Really Want” runs through June at the Gardner Museum, New Wing Façade, 25 Evans Way, 617566-1401; gardnermuseum.org. Perry’s work will also be featured at “First Light: A Decade of Collecting at the ICA,” which runs August 17, 2016, through January 16, 2017, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, 25 Harbor Shore Dr., 617-478-3100; icaboston.org. rachelperrystudio.com
Rachel Perry painstakingly sculpts tin foil into letters. Language’s inability to really communicate “what we humans are trying to describe” is an ongoing fascination for the artist. ABOVE, FROM LEFT: Lost in My Life (fruit stickers) (2010); Lost in My Life (wrapped books) (2010). COVER, AT LEFT: Lost in My Life (silver twist ties #1) (2011).
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A dedicated explorer of our cultural lexicon, culling disparate media for images and words to assemble the collages that allow these messages to take shape from negative space, Peter Tunney is an artist and gallerist who splits his time between Miami and New York. Peter is often heard saying that he is, happily, “busy for the rest of [his] life,” living and making art between his two galleries and studios in New York and Miami. Peter’s current project, ‘GIANT POLAROIDS.’ Peter is using a Giant Polaroid camera (see image below - it’s not what you think), one of only 5 made in the world between 1977/78, and the only one that is still functional. Andy Warhol has used this camera, Chuck Close uses it for various projects, and right now the camera calls the Miami based “Peter Tunney Experience” studio it’s home. Tunney has been photographing celebrities and socialites using the large format 20x24 camera ﬁlm to print Polaroid posters. Here is the interesting part: there was only a speciﬁc amount of large format Polaroid ﬁlm produced when they made the 5 cameras and their is no more ﬁlm to be made/had once it’s ﬁnished. Peter has/owns all of the leftover ﬁlm. But once it’s done, it’s done. With each photo he shoots, the format becomes closer to extinction. Each photo he takes or portrait he does, becomes that much closer to ‘never again.
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The VacaTion Life Room seRvice, valet, spa, laundRy and a quick dip in the pool—FoR miamians living in a luxuRy hotel, vacation is always at youR FingeRtips. By MARCELLE SUSSMAN FISCHLER
Imagine having five-star resort services—including a spa, fitness center, infinity pools, star chefs and opulent shops—at your disposal, without even leaving home. Whether it’s an oceanfront penthouse in a separate tower or an amazing apartment on the upper floors of a single-residence hotel building, a spectacular space in a condominium hotel can deliver such a lifestyle. Here, a look at amenities residents enjoy at nine of Miami’s top condominium hotels:
Soul Mate: 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach
Owners of the penthouse residences at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach enjoy a Tesla house car, priority reservations at Tom Colicchio’s Beachcraft restaurant, an on-site SoulCycle studio and choice seating at the rooftop pool. Twentyfour-hour in-home dining, private chef services, pre-arrival pantry stocking, housekeeping, dry cleaning and in-residence massage, spa and fitness services
make life a beach. 103 24th St., Miami Beach, 305-361-5100; 1homessb.com SHore tHing: Fasano Miami Beach
Five-star-resort treatment at the upcoming Fasano Miami Beach at the Shore Club includes concierge, room, cabana and pool service for its 75 residences and 100 guest suites. Celebrated for its Michelin-starred cuisine, the São Paulo-based hospitality company brings îî
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Rendering of the pool at Fasano Hotel + Residences at Shore Club
Space living the life acclaimed chefs and signature gastronomy to its poolside restaurant, bar and lobby lounge, infusing the hotel’s Italian heritage with Brazilian flair. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-535-0111; fasanoshoreclub.com School’S In: Acqualina Resort & Spa
Perks for kids rock. Children ages five to 12 living at Acqualina Resort & Spa learn about the deep-blue sea at the hotel’s marine biologyinspired Acquamarine Center. Using computers and iPads, they size up whales; explore reefs and the habitats of Arctic fish and sea turtles; and learn about saving the oceans. There’s supervised pool play and art adventures, too. 17875 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 305-514-7000; acqualina.com WellneSS neSt: carillon Miami Beach
Mind, body and soul get pampered at the Carillon Miami Beach’s 70,000-square-foot oceanfront spa and fitness palace. Residents can indulge in the European thermal spa experience, climb a two-story indoor rock wall, work out on state-of-the-art ARTIS cardiovascular equipment by Technogym, choose from over 40 daily fitness classes and listen to progressive daily wellness lectures. 6801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-514-7000; carillonhotel.com
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At the Epic Miami Hotel and Residences, seafaring homeowners get an apartment in the 54-story residential tower, plus a marina with 900 linear feet of direct dockside access and deepwater slips where Biscayne Bay meets the Miami River. Pre- or post-sail fare is savored at Area 31 and Zuma, with craft cocktails and live entertainment at Lilt Lounge. 200 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-400-7399; epicmiami.com
A rock-climbing wall is just one of the fitness amenities available to residents at Carillon Miami Beach.
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The Clefs d’Or concierge team helps residents of the Setai Tower plan bespoke experiences like a show at the Adrienne Arsht Center or a tour of the neighboring Bass Museum of Art. Residents can join guests doing downward dog at beachside yoga classes on weekends. Towel, magazine and bar service make a dip at the three infinity pools a resort experience. 2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-520-6000; thesetaihotel.com
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FoodIeS’ pARAdISe: SlS Brickell
Condo owners at SLS Hotel & Residences Brickell dine at Michael’s by Michael Schwartz, Katsuya by Philippe Starck or José Andres’ Bazaar Mar and listen to jazz at SBar. They can
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SLS Brickell offers unparalleled views from both the residences and from a sky roof pool.
swim in their own 45thfloor sky roof pool, or head to the ninth floor’s amenity-laden pool terrace to mingle with guests at Hyde Lounge and get pampered at Ciel Spa. 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-393-8060; slsbrickell.com
The Setai’s resortlike entrance is just one of many luxuries available to its discerning residents.
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The pampering starts before condo owners are whisked from the airport to their St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort residences. Groceries are delivered, with personal chefs and in-room catering an option. Housekeeping, dry cleaning and laundry are taken care of and help with pets is available. There’s even bag pickup service from Bal Harbour Shops. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-993-6000;stregisbalharbourresidences.com Water WorLd: W Hotel south Beach
Water views, upscale on-site dining, a 16th-floor pool deck with open-air cabanas, and live entertainment are just a few of the amenities available to residents at the Epic.
Residents at the St. Regis Bal Harbour can enjoy a fully stocked kitchen before they arrive.
At the two oasislike swimming pools at the W Hotel in South Beach, attendants cater to residents’ every whim, providing invigorating towelettes and serving muddled mojitos, blueberry quinoa smoothies, bowls of frozen grapes or tuna tartare at preferred prices. Spa treatments are available poolside or in private cabanas and residents have access to rooftop tennis and basketball courts. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-938-3000; wsouthbeach.com
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making Moves the luxury Brand Pininfarina opens its first design studio outside italy in MiaMi’s Burgeoning Brickell neighBorhood. By RoByn A. FRiedmAn
above, from left: A promenade view of Pininfarina’s new Brickell design studio; Paolo Trevisan, the firm’s head of design. “Normally all of the design has been done from Italy,” he says. “Now we have moved some of the creative [to Miami], and we bring new ones. For the first time in the history of Pininfarina, we have a creative office outside of Italy.”
When the iconic luxury brand Pininfarina decided to establish its first design studio outside Italy, there was no question as to where it would be: Miami. And while the trendsetting firm—founded 86 years ago by legendary car designer Battista “Pinin” Farina—has clients in New York and Silicon Valley, it has a history in South Florida, a business foundation it hopes to expand on. “Some of our
biggest clients are in Florida,” says Paolo Trevisan, Pininfarina’s 44-year-old head of design, who recently relocated from Italy to the company’s Brickell office. Trevisan drives the design of everything but automotive products, so his influence can be seen in the brand’s industrial, architectural, interior, graphic, packaging, nautical, and aeronautical designs. He has led proj-
ects for companies like the Related Group, CocaCola, Chivas, Lavazza, Schaefer Yachts, Snaidero, and Samsung. Miami also gives Pininfarina easy access to Latin America, where it has projects in Brazil and Argentina—and plans to expand. “Miami is a hub between North and South America,” notes Trevisan, who says he will hire local creatives to supplement the firm’s knowledge and
experience. “It’s a fantastic place to be.” The designer’s latest projects include a residential building in Bay Harbor Islands and a new marina on Virginia Key, as well as a mixeduse vacation village in Orlando called Magic Place by Pininfarina. Says Trevisan, “We are here to make our dreams a reality.” 1101 Brickell Ave., South Tower, Eighth Fl., Miami, 305-424-1653; pininfarina.com
space outdoor “Respect foR the enviRonment is in ouR DnA.”
Available in a diverse palette of neutral hues (such as ice, champagne, and anthracite) or vibrant colors (like orange, pistachio, and plum) and with several lighting options, an O5 surround-sound system, and tablet connections, the ultrastylish 71-inch-by-55-inch Faz daybed is the ultimate outdoor comfort zone.
Comfort Zone Clima elevates MiaMi’s outdoor spaces with spirited style froM the spanish furniture Maker vondoM. By Jean nayar
If comfortable glamour in outdoor living spaces is your goal, then Vondom is your ticket. The innovative Spanish company produces design-focused outdoor furnishings that not only push formal and material boundaries in bold new directions, but also embrace technology and embody sustain-
ability. “Respect for the environment is in our DNA” is a declaration the brand lives by. Sought by tastemakers around the globe, Vondom’s groundbreaking products are created by a stable of more than 20 world-class designers and studios. And its rich mix of offerings from more than 50
collections encompasses everything from chaises, lamps, and rugs to planters, canopies, and sofas, bringing energy and excitement to restaurants, hotels, and office atriums. The company’s pieces could also be found in the VIP spaces at this year’s Miami Open at the Crandon Tennis Center on Key Biscayne.
Of course, these soulful, sophisticated furnishings are also ideal for the terraces and decks of townhouses, condo penthouses, and other homes, elevating the alfresco atmosphere of any Miami Modern residence with rarefied style. Take, for example, the Faz daybed ($8,300), by Vondom’s
artistic director, Ramón Esteve. Its faceted shape offers a fresh take on its “Venus on the half-shell” inspiration, with a plush upholstered lounging pad and a sun-shielding parasol enveloping you in a sensory-stimulating cocoon of aesthetic bliss. 3650 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305576-8181; climaoutdoor.net
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space harmonious home clockwise from left: The Oceanfront Suite, the concierge desk, and the lobby at Carillon Miami Beach, where Inessa Freylekhman (shown clearing a space with Balinese bells) is the in-house authority on feng shui.
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Space Within Feng Shui expert Inessa Freyle hman uSeS SubconSciouS deSign to create a blueprint For your liFe. By Carla Torres
It’s a typical sunny morning in Miami, and every floor-toceiling window in a 13th-floor condo overlooking Biscayne Bay is wide open. Inside, a woman briskly loops around with a bowl of orange peels, followed by a bowl of sage, while reciting mantras, before she rings a set of bells from Bali. “Some follow me around while I do my work, but I prefer for them to meditate,” says Inessa Freylekhman, founder of Feng Shui from the Heart and the inhouse feng shui expert at
Carillon Miami Beach. “It’s more effective that way.” Trained in the Black Sect Tantric Buddhism school of feng shui and with two master’s degrees, in spiritual psychology and counseling psychology, Freylekhman got her start in what she likes to call “subconscious yet conscious design with intention” on the sets and in the corner offices of Hollywood. Today she exercises her intuitive talents at the holistic hospitality haven Carillon and its residences and works with architects
and developers, as well as brokers, to “clear out” properties that haven’t sold. Recently, Freylekhman trained the designers at Sharron Lewis’s Design District showroom in the 5,000-year-old art of feng shui. “What if you make your home, office, or any sacred space a 3-D vision board of your life?” she asks. For Freylekhman, it seems, it’s out with the old and in with the even older. Carillon Miami Beach, 6801 Collins Ave., 305514-7000; carillonhotel.com; fengshuifromtheheart.com
Bed refreSh: “You’d be surprised at how many women change their mattress and their whole lives change,” says Freylekhman. “It’s where you put everything to rest.” Spirit Box: Want something from the universe? All you have to do is put it on paper, then put the paper in a silver box in the right-hand corner closest to the door of your room. When your wish comes true, throw it away.
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SPACE TRENDS The clean lines of the Paros chaise are inspired by 1950s Modernism. “The simple design adds quiet elegance to a large pool deck,” says Dalia Berlin. Restoration Hardware ($2,695). 19575 Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 751, Aventura, 305-9351253; restoration hardware.com
The sun-drenched terrace of the Mondrian South Beach.
Brown Jordan’s Loop fire pit is wrapped in marine-grade nautical rope. “Fireplaces are the perfect gathering spots.” Brown Jordan ($4,795). Miami Design District, 3625 NE Second Ave., 305-573-1946; brownjordan.com
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Miamians love color and aren’t afraid to use it, says Dalia Berlin, a North Miami Beach designer whose projects range from the public spaces in Miami’s Seybold Building to Fort Lauderdale’s Point of the Americas and Alhambra Beach Resort to a beachfront residence in Acapulco. And that vivid design palette isn’t limited to living rooms and bedroom suites; it’s also popping up in kitchens and in the new focus of many homes: the outdoor eating area. “We want to have comfortable environments outside,” says Berlin, whose influences include the vibrant shapes and colors of the region’s tropical plants. “We have wine cool-
ers, bars, and seating with small lounges. We’re finding nooks and crannies in the backyard to have tea and areas that provide privacy.” Look for pops of color in outdoor accessories. Outdoor fabrics that are stain and mildew resistant are now so beautiful that designers are using them indoors as well. Another amenity making its way to South Beach backyards: a fireplace. “Fire pits and fireplaces are de rigueur in South Florida,” Berlin says. “Where [people] used to congregate in the kitchen… now everything happens outside.” Berlin Designs, 19020 NE 20th Ave., North Miami Beach, 305-3313350; berlindesigns.com
“The Spider chair’s bold legs are also armrests with a spacelike feel.” Artefacto ($1,381). 4440 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Ste. 1600, Coral Gables, 305-774-0004; artefacto.com
This Escapade sofa from Missoni Home in the colorful Papavero fabric has removable covers that are treated for outdoor use. Roche Bobois ($9,255 as shown). 450 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables, 305-444-1017; roche-bobois.com
Henrik Pedersen designed this sculptural Bell table. “It’s portable and is perfect to hold your drink or iPad by the pool.” Clima Outdoor ($1,000). Miami Design District, 3650 N. Miami Ave., 305-576-8181; climaoutdoor.net
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Although it’s more common in older women, ovarian cancer affects women of all ages, even in their 20s. There is no early detection test, and symptoms can be subtle. But while you can’t see it, you can take steps to get ahead of it by knowing your risk factors. Family history of cancer and presence of gene mutations like BRCA are risk factors, so talk to your family and your doctor. This information makes you less likely to ignore vague signs that could indicate disease. Meanwhile, promising collaborative research will continue to shed light on new advances in diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer. To learn more about symptoms, risk factors and research go to SU2C.org/ovarian
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CUCINA COUTURE DOLCE & GABBANA REDEFINES “COOL” WITH ITS LATEST DESIGNER COLLABORATION.
“We really do draw endless inspiration from Italy,” says Stefano Gabbana, half of the forever trendsetting duo behind Dolce & Gabbana, which, for the first time, has partnered with the luxe Italian appliance brand Smeg on a limited-edition collection of hand-painted refrigerators. “Both Domenico [Dolce] and I love our roots and where we come from… It’s almost as if we are giving back to Italy everything we feel it has given to us.” Each of the 100 Fab 28 Smeg refrigerators is unique: painted and signed by a Sicilian artist—participants include the mother-daughter duo Adriana Zambonelli and Tiziana Nicosia; craftsmen Biagio Castilletti and Damiano Rotella; and brothers Antonio and Giuseppe Bevilacqua, both ceramic artists—and featuring iconic Sicilian images, such as lemons, cart wheels, and the Trinacria, the head of Medusa surrounded by three bent running legs. “Vibrant colors, references to the local culture—it’s everything that we love and that reminds us of Italy,” says Dolce of the refrigerators, which retail for €30,000 (approximately $34,000). “Much of our work is all about the details. That’s something that’s always present and part of our brand DNA. This project is no exception.” smeg.com
A brush with history: Sicily (ABOVE LEFT) is a major source of inspiration for the new refrigerators from Dolce & Gabbana in collaboration with Smeg, which draw on the rich tradition of elaborately painted Sicilian carts. ABOVE RIGHT: A refrigerator designed by brothers Antonio and Giuseppe Bevilacqua.
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Located in an exclusive boutique building in the heart of South Beach, this magnificent penthouse at 321 Ocean Drive offers a private rooftop terrace with an infinity pool, as well as an outdoor living room and a top-of-the-line kitchen. Listed at $53 million by Jorge E. Uribe, ONE Sotheby’s International Realty, 1430 S. Dixie Hwy., Ste. 110, Coral Gables, 786-3718777; onesothebysrealty.com Palm D’Or
Head out for a cruise from the private dock of this Palm Island beauty, before returning to take in a spectacular sunset from the spacious rooftop terrace. A $21 million tour de force at 288 South Coconut Lane, it features a private elevator, an outdoor kitchen, and marble floors throughout. Hilda Jacobson, Douglas Elliman, 2950 SW 27th Ave., Miami, 305-695-6070, and Ysha Arteaga, 305-695-6070; elliman.com
Home witH a View MiaMi’s waterfront hoMes offer the absolute best in beaching and boating, with stunning views to boot. here we look at four standout listings. By Becky Randel
The sevenpanel sliding doors in the living room of 306 West San Marino (top) provide access to the pool and deck (bottom) for seamless indoor-outdoor living. The private rooftop terrace at 321 Ocean Drive (middle) has a 36-foot infinity pool, a bar, and a BBQ area.
Enjoy panoramic water views from this Venetian Island masterpiece. The fully renovated home, at 306 West San Marino Drive, is exquisitely tailored to an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Listed at $14.995 million by Dora Puig, Luxe Living Realty, 1680 Michigan Ave., Ste. 100, Miami Beach, 305-535-6005; dorapuig.com Fisher Fantasy
The bright, spacious home at 7744 Fisher Island Drive is just steps from the sand and boasts an expansive balcony with views of the Atlantic Ocean, large entertaining areas, and a beautifully appointed chef’s kitchen. Listed at $14.6 million by Jill Eber, The Jills, 1682 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, 305-915-2556; thejills.com
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FUN IN THE SUN TWO HOSPITALITY PROS DISCUSS THE MAGIC CITY’S HOTTEST OCEAN AND POOLSIDE ACTIVITIES, FROM ALL-DAY ROSÉ PARTIES TO SWEATING AT SUNRISE. BY KATIE JACKSON
More than 14 million visitors flock to the Miami area annually—a number that rises year after year. Drawn by the unparalleled beaches, dazzling nightlife, and world-class cultural attractions, they fill hotel rooms and boost the local economy to the tune of nearly $24 billion. Steven Hiblum, general manager of the über-chic Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel, and Michael Boucher, founder and chief operating officer of the hospitality firm Boucher Brothers Management, help ensure that each of these guests enjoys a top-notch experience in Miami. They sat down with Ocean Drive to discuss the exciting beach and poolside amenities unique to the Magic City’s shores.
Chill with a rosé on a lounger by the pool at the Nautilus Cabana Club, or take a short stroll to the beach.
Michael Boucher: There’s a fitness craze now—I’m seeing a lot of paddleboarding. There is this new six-person paddleboard that people are going crazy about, and people doing yoga on paddleboards. A great company called V Art of Wellness does boot camps strictly on the beach and other wellness activities. Steven Hiblum: Before, it was more [about] lying out, getting sun, and after two, three hours, just calling it a day. But now you see people who come out at six, seven o’clock at night and they
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want to explore, walk, jog, talk. And then in the morning, a lot of people are out early doing fun activities and then are done by 10 or 11 am. MB: From First Street to 41st Street, we have eight different water-sport channels, with Jet Skis, WaveRunners, banana boats, kayaks, and all of those activities. There’s something for everyone. SH: We’ve recently launched “Rosé All Day” brunch on Sundays. We have a buffet brunch from 11:30 am until 4 pm, with an option for unlimited Whispering Angel rosé for $25. You can then move on to the pool, and that’s when our pool party kicks in! It really is a fun way to spend a Sunday. MB: Steven also designed special king-size beds for the beach with the Nautilus’s custom color and logo. You can sit on a king-size bed and lie on the beach all day. It’s very popular. SH: The service doesn’t end once you go out to the beach; it actually begins. The Nautilus really continues that experience of having full menus and bottle service. Whatever you wish. MB: The beach is the beach, and that’s why people come. That’s why Miami Beach has been so successful. People up north want to come down to the sun, and now they expect to have a trainer, they expect to exercise, and many other things. Miami Beach is special, and people know that. Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-503-5700; sixtyhotels.com; Boucher Brothers Management, 1451 Ocean Dr., Ste. 205, Miami Beach, 305-535-8177; boucherbrothers.com
At the Nautilus, Michael Boucher and Steven Hiblum discuss the work of keeping visitors flocking to Miami. below left: The elegant yet casual rooms at the Nautilus evoke a European beach house. below right: The heated saltwater pool features a teak deck, a bar, and eight luxurious cabanas.
“The service doesn’T end once you go ouT To The beach; iT acTually begins.”—steven hiblum
GoinG Once… Some RepoRtS Say miami iS facing a Real eState Slowdown, but bRokeR Mar Zilbert explainS why the maRket at the beach RemainS hotteR than eveR. By RoByn A. FRiedmAn
above: Mark Zilbert says it’s a buyers’ market for high-end real estate in Miami, with the coastline north of South Beach now attracting the affluent. top right: Setai Townhouse A in Miami Beach.
“There is strong demand for the luxury market in South Beach through Sunny Isles,” says Miami Beach broker Mark Zilbert, whose Zilbert Realty Group sold half a billion dollars’ worth of real estate last year and who projects sales in the $750 million range for 2016. Zilbert—whose company holds the record for the top condo sale in
Florida history (the Faena House penthouse, sold for $60 million in 2015)— joined forces last year with the New York-based real estate firm Brown Harris Stevens; he is now president of the combined companies. Here, Zilbert explains why now is better than ever to buy, buy, buy. What’s happening in the Miami condo
market now? The market is segmented. Downtown, new development is driven by investment dollars and by desirability. There’s a lot of competition: In 2015, a lot of buyers delayed their purchases because currencies made prices more expensive, so inventory levels rose, but sellers held steady on prices. Sellers are bringing asking prices down now, and we’re seeing an increase in contracts, but ironically, prices per square foot are not dropping. Is now a good time to buy? This is one of the best times over the last 12 to 15 months. Because inventories are high, sellers are anxious, so if a buyer really wants a good deal, they can pretty much
name their price. Are any areas hotter than others? An area that has become very hot is the coastline north of South Beach. Developers have put five-star-plus buildings there. It’s become cool and acceptable to the ultrawealthy to live away from the heart of South Beach. What are your predictions for the remainder of 2016? We’ll see a reduction in the amount of inventory and an increase in the number of transactions. We’ll see prices per square foot stay flat or maybe drop a little— maybe as much as 5 percent—and buyer confidence reinstated. Brown Harris Stevens | Zilbert, 1129 Fifth St., Miami Beach, 305-7260100; bhszilbert.com
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Luli Fama, Heart of a Hippie Weave Fringe Triangle and Weave Full Bottom, ($94, 86), lulifama.com. SEE, Italian Acetate with Brow Bar and Polarized Lenses in the color Butterscotch, ($99), Lincoln Road, 921 Lincoln Rd., 305-672-6622, seeeyewear.com Cowboy Hat, ($145), Mermaids Boutique, 7328 SW 57th Ave., 305-662-8621, mermaidsboutique.com OPPOSITE PAGE Vix Swimwear, Chris Chrocheted Strappy Swim Top and Chris Crochet-Side Bottom, ($163, $106), Mermaids Boutique, 7328 SW 57th Ave., 305-662-8621, mermaidsboutique.com
BECCA by Rebecca Virtue, Prairie Rose Ric Rac High Neck and Ric Rac Vintage High Waist, ($68, $68), everythingbutwater.com OPPOSITE PAGE Sauvage Swimwear by Elizabeth Southwood, ‘Sueded’ Lyrca – Sea Shell Bikini and Fringe Skirt, ($185, $88), sauvagewear.com Jewelry by Hayley Style, Capretto South Miami, 5822 Sunset Dr., 305-661-7767, hayleystyle.com
Lolli Swim, Sunshine Triangle Top and BFF Ruffle Bikini Bottom ($88, $115), Mermaids Boutique, 7328 SW 57th Ave., 305-662-8621, mermaidsboutique.com Luxchilas, ($450), luxchilas.com OPPOSITE PAGE Kai Lani Swimwear, Golden Double Trouble One Piece, ($202), kailaniswimwear.com
alĂŠ BY ALESSANDRA, Mother Earth Monokini, ($170), everythingbutwater.com Hair: Danny Jelaca for Creative Management at MC2 Makeup: Alisha Rodriguez Model: Alina Boyko at Wilhelmina Miami Photography: Gary James
Ariel Knapp Friedman
Design Director, Perry Ellis International Fashion Swim Division
Senior Swim Designer, Lands’ End
What was the inspiration for your 2017 collection? We recently launched Canvas by Lands’ End™ and this new line features a great selection of women’s swimwear with a more youthful and fashionforward design aesthetic. The swim assortment was inspired with an AllAmerican theme and the styling is carefree, whimsical and feminine. The prints were inspired by the most iconic American symbol — the American flag — with a focus on stars and stripes.
What was the inspiration for your 2017 collection? Jantzen has always had a jet set flair to it and this season we’ve been very inspired by 1970’s Morrocco.
When designing, do you have pool or beach in mind? The Canvas by Lands’ End Swim collection can easily transition from a fun day at the beach to sitting poolside. The collection includes one-pieces, bikinis and coordinating cover-ups that can be worn on and off the beach.
What is your must-have beach essential? A fabulous cover up, like our “Wow Factor” chiffon caftan.
What is your must have beach essential? The Lands’ End Swim Tee. Protection from the sun is a priority, especially when spending time at the beach or pool. Lands’ End has designed stylish, protective and wearable UPF 50 Swim Tees that can be worn over swimsuit tops – even while wearing it in the water. The incredibly lightweight, extra soft Swim Tee also works as a colorful cover-up when there is a breeze. Rated UPF 50, the Lands’ End Swim Tees provide the ultimate sun protection. The fabric is recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation as an effective UV protectant so you can enjoy the summer months without worry. What is your suit of choice: bikini, one-piece, or monokini? We love the playful ease of a bikini and the ability to select the amount of coverage and support preferred. I personally love the halter one-piece swimsuit from the Canvas by Lands’ End collection in dark cherry red. The swimsuit features a plunging neckline and retro styling that is subtly sexy, with an understated tone that perfectly reveals and conceals.
When designing, do you have pool or beach in mind? The beauty of our swimwear is that we’re more focused on how women feel in our suits, as opposed to specifically where they will wear it.
What is your suit of choice: bikini, one-piece, or monokini? I’m personally very into one pieces at the moment. I love when they can make you feel sexy and confident at the same time. What do you love about Miami Beach? Miami Beach holds a very special place in my heart. I was born and raised here. That drive over the Julia Tuttle Causeway toward the beach always gets me, along with the architecture and the food! My favorite Cuban restaurant on 41st St. is always the very first place I hit up whenever I come back to town. I also love the Miami Beach art scene. I was raised by artists and saw first hand how it has evolved since the 80’s. It has been a big creative influence and has played a big part in who I am today. Which current swim trend has been the easiest to include in your wardrobe? High necks. I love that this trend is continuing for swim. It’s dramatic and flattering for almost every body type and it also happens to be great for running around after a 3 year old at the pool or beach!
Hayley’s Bag Stylist Hayley Denman shares must-haves for the beach this summer.
Morgenthal Frederics, Devon Frame, ($495), Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-866-2020
Muche et Muchette, Pinta Aztec Tote, ($55), hayleystyle.com
BloqUV, Women’s Tennis Crop Top Orange, ($60), bloquv.com
Hat Attack, ($275), Splash South Miami, 7297 SW 57th Ave., 305-662-9883, shopsplash.com
Calypso St. Barth, Rindinara Cotton Eyelet Dress, ($275), calypsostbarth.com
Ipanema, Neo Flora Flower Flip Flops, ($25), ipanemausa.com
Bobbi Brown, Beach Eau De Parfum, ($74), bobbibrowncosmetics.com
Essie, Come Here, ($8.50), Hi Maintenance, ($8.50), essie.com
Oribe, Balm d’Or, ($43), oribe.com
Chanel, Lévres Scintillantes Aqua Glossimer in Tanami, ($30), chanel.com Apple, iPhone 6s, ($649), apple.com
Jewelry by Hayley Style, Capretto South Miami, 5822 Sunset, Dr., 305-661-7767, hayleystyle.com SkinCeuticals, Physical Fusion UV Defense SPF 50, ($34), skinceuticals.com
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What’s Hot: Dining & Nightlife Curated By Lissette Colls and Dara Hirsh Mandolin Aegean Bistro | Authentic countryside cuisine from Greece and Turkey. 4312 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-749-9140
Cypress Tavern | The Genuine Hospitality Group’s latest Design District haunt gives an elegant nod to 1920’s American fine dining. 3620 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-520-5197 Beaker & Grey | Wynwood’s new hotspot for globally-inspired cuisine and a vibrant bar scene. 2637 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-699-2637
Sugarcane | From the creators of Sushi Samba, a raw bar and grill with a South American spirit. 3252 NE 1st Ave., Miami, 786-369-0353
Mina’s Mediterraneo | A diverse array of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern plates located in Miami’s Upper East Side. 749 NE 79th St., Miami, 786-391-0300
BRICKELL/DOWNTOWN Komodo | The three-story indoor/outdoor eatery and lounge combines the cuisine of Southeast Asia with a South Florida vibe to elevate the dining and nightlife experience on Brickell Ave. 801 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-534-2211
SOUTH OF FIFTH My Ceviche | The indoor-outdoor eatery flaunts the brands signature seafood selections alongside seasonal, craft, and local beer options. 235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-397-8710 Smith & Wollensky | Classic steak dishes, outstanding seafood and award-winning wine selections. 1 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-2800 Estiatorio Milos | Coastas Spiladis celebrated the arts, culture and cuisine of Greece and is committed to providing guests a true understanding of fresh ingredients simply prepared with integrity. 730 1st St., Miami Beach, 305-604-6800 Prime Fish | Fish shack meets sophisticated fine dining; renowned restaurant owner Myles Chefetz has done it again with his new restaurant that is sure to please all seafood lovers. 100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-532-4550
SOUTH BEACH STK | A freshly renovated, high-energy restaurant that artfully blends two concepts into one — The modern steakhouse and chic lounge. 211 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-604-6988 Macchialina | The Italian spot for locals with rustic, seasonally inspired cooking by acclaimed chef Michael Pirolo. 870 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-534-2124 Byblos Miami | Brings the exciting flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean to diners in a progressively designed space. 1535 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-508-5041 The Dutch | A roots-inspired restaurant, Bar and Oyster room at the W South Beach. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-938-3111
The Bazaar by José Andrés | Masterfully re-imagined Spanish cuisine, at the SLS Hotel South Beach. 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-455-5000
SUNSET HARBOUR NaiYaRa | Exotic yet traditional Thai cuisine paired with crafty cocktails and an intimate, upscale vibe. 1854 Bay Road, Miami Beach, 786-275-6005 Lucali | Brooklyn’s most coveted pizza in the heart of South Beach. 1930 Bay Rd., Miami Beach, 305-695-4441
Ice Box Café | Offering the finest desserts in Miami Beach. 1885 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-8448
Jugo Fresh | One of the few places in Miami with cold pressed organic juices that cater to your nutritional needs. 1935 West Ave., #102, Miami Beach, 786-472-2552
MIAMI BEACH/BAL HARBOUR Le Zoo | Stephen Starr’s latest South Florida eatery combines French spirit with the hustle and bustle of Miami, Creating a lively dining experience in a brasserie setting that will transport diners to the iconic sidewalk cafes of Paris. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-602-9663 Café Prima Pasta | Authentic Italian meats, cheeses, pastas and desserts since 1993. 414 71st St., Miami Beach, 305-867-0106
Stripsteak | With its classic menu, dynamic dining and bar scene, and sophisticated atmosphere, acclaimed Chef Michael Mina breaks new ground with Stripsteak, the modern alternative to the traditional steakhouse setting. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 877-326-7412 27 Restaurant | Diverse, phenomenal flavors utilizing the freshest local ingredients, some of which are grown on-site at The Freehand garden. 2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, 305-531-2727
WYNWOOD/DESIGN DISTRICT Kyu | Modern, wood-fired Asian eatery in the heart of the Wynwood Art District. 251 NW 25th St., Miami, 786-577-0150
Komodo | The three-story indoor/outdoor eatery and lounge combines the cuisine of Southeast Asia with a South Florida vibe to elevate the dining and nightlife experience on Brickell Ave.. 801 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-534-2211 Fooq’s | Serves “Feel Good Food” in an urban, yet distinctly cozy setting. Global travels and Persian-French heritage inspire the eclectic menu at this charming eatery. 1035 N Miami Ave., Miami, 786-536-2749
River Yacht Club | A waterfront lifestyle-oriented venue featuring a fine dining restaurant, stunning outdoor garden, lounge, and docking facilities. 401 SW 3rd Ave., Miami, 305-200-5716 Edge Steak & Bar | This stylish departure from the traditional steak house is the new crown jewel of the Four Seasons Hotel Miami. 1435 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-381-3190 Zuma | Internationally acclaimed Japanese “pub fare” from London restaurateur Rainer Becker, at the Epic Hotel. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-577-0277 Quinto La Huella | Latin-inspired dishes made with a unique fire cooking method and a downto-earth atmosphere. 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, 786-805-4646
NIGHTLIFE LIV | The hip, high energy, mega-club at the Fountainebleau. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-4680
Rockwell | Located on Miami’s historic Washington Ave., this celebrity hotspot combines the perfect mix of LA cool, New York music and Miami energy. 743 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-793-3882
Blackbird Ordinary | Catchy and energetic vibe with delicious cocktails hidden downtown. 728 SW First Ave., Miami, 305-671-3307
Wall | The entirely VIP boutique lounge at the W South Beach. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-938-3130
E11even | A unique 24-7 No Sleep show club and after-hours experience that features beautiful entertainers and 11-style theatrics in an environment that is as sexy as it is sophisticated. 29 N.E. 11th St., Miami, 305-829-2911
DAYLIFE 1 Hotel Rooftop | Rooftop pool and lounge with unbearable views of the ocean and the Downtown Miami skyline, located atop the 1 Hotel South Beach. 2341 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-604-1000
The Standard | While away the weekend or hit up happy hour at this tropical hotel and spa beside the beautiful Biscayne Bay. 40 Island Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-1717 Hyde Beach @ SLS | Artful mixology and the ultimate pool party at the first oceanfront location of sbe’s premier day and nightlife brand at SLS Hotel South Beach. 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-455-2990
Broken Shaker | Laid back indoor/outdoor bar featuring exotic handcrafted cocktails, at the Freehand Miami Hostel. 2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, 305-531-2727
LATE-NIGHT BITES Gigi | Bustling & hip hot spot featuring Asian-inspired fare. 3470 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-573-1520 Bodega Taqueria y Tequila | “Shepard Style” Mexican St. food straight out of a vintage Airstream taco truck filling the area’s void for vibrant, authentic Mexican cuisine. 1220 16th St., Miami Beach, 305-704-2145
Sweet Liberty | A homegrown concept created by bartender John Lermayer along with partners Dan Binkiewicz and David Martinez serving world-class cocktails and creative American food. 237-B 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-763-8217 Talde | Features Dale Talde’s Asian-American cuisine at the Thompson Miami Beach, Dinner nightly with late-night hours on weekend. 4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-605-1094 La Sandwicherie | Grab an outdoor stool at this French-owned sandwich counter, a South Beach staple since 1988. 229 14th St., Miami Beach, 305-534-8736 David’s Café | Family owned and operated restaurant serving traditional Cuban food with a twist since 1977. 919 Alton Road., Miami Beach, 305-534-8736
Summer Essentials Curated By Lissette Colls
A few of her favorite things
Born in New York and raised in Miami Beach, Judy’s first paying job in her field was as a copywriter for Jordan Marsh Department Stores. She’s been the Executive Director of the Swimwear Association of Florida for over 19 years and says, “I’ve grown up with the job and the organization has grown with me”!
1. My husband Michael…the love of my life. 2. My twin daughters made the Dean’s List during their first year of college. I’m so proud of them.
3. Fruits and Veggies with a splash of lentils.
4. Running, spinning and the gym…keeps me sane!
5. Bubble Gum. Delicious! 6. Cartier and diamonds…my husband loves me!
7. The color white...always a favorite. 8. The Real Housewives TV Show. Shout out to Bravo.
TOP TO BOTTOM
Original Penguin, Stripe Swim Volley, ($79), 925 Lincoln Rd., 305-673-0722, originalpenguin.com
Banks, Stratton Backpack, ($120), First Surf Supply, 40 South Pointe Dr., 305-397-8103, f1rstshop.com
Otis Eyewear, Up All Night, ($230), First Surf Supply, 40 South Pointe Dr., 305-397-8103, f1rstshop.com
Vans, Doil Unstructured Snapback, ($26), First Surf Supply, 40 South Pointe Dr., 305-397-8103, f1rstshop.com
Original Penguin, Chambray Stripe Swim Volley, ($79), 925 Lincoln Rd., 305-673-0722, originalpenguin.com
Roark, Camo Fear the Sea Snapback, ($28), First Surf Supply, 40 South Pointe Dr., 305-397-8103, f1rstshop.com
Vissla, Bandya Boardshort, ($59.95), First Surf Supply, 40 South Pointe Dr., 305-397-8103, f1rstshop.com
Vilebrequin, Limited Edition Merise “Rolling Stones” Collaboration Swim Trunks, ($295), Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-861-4022, vilebrequin.com
Black Flys, Flyami Vice, ($109.95), First Surf Supply, 40 South Pointe Dr., 305-397-8103, f1rstshop.com
Vilebrequin, Motu Embroidered “Tangier” Swim Trunk, ($360), Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-861-4022, vilebrequin.com
Vilebrequin, Matching Moorea Father & Son “Soccer Turtle” Swim Trunks, ($250-$280), Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-861-4022, vilebrequin.com
Billabong, Tribong Lo Tide Boardshort, ($54.90), First Surf Supply, 40 South Pointe Dr., 305-397-8103, f1rstshop.com
9. Go U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team! 10. And my all time favorite things: swim wear, beachwear, and resortwear!
“Swimwear is my world — thanks for sharing it with me!”
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GRAN PLAN With the multifaceted Paraiso District, the Related GRoup is cReatinG miami’s neWest hot spot. By Marcelle SuSSMan FiSchler
Part of The Related Group’s master-planned luxury Paraiso community in booming Edgewater, Gran Paraiso features Miami’s largest circular pool—close to 100 feet in diameter—in a deck by Enzo Enea, with a stunning view of Biscayne Bay.
A new neighborhood is rising on seven city blocks in Edgewater. Known as the Paraiso district, the enclave is more than The Related Group’s four striking new towers—Gran Paraiso, One Paraiso, Paraiso Bay, and Paraiso Bayviews; also included are Arquitectonica’s reflective glass bubbles that seemingly rise from Biscayne Bay, a bayfront restaurant topped by a private beach club, retail shops on 31st Street, three acres of parks and green spaces, and a
waterfront art park connecting to the Biscayne Line. Here, The Related Group’s condo guru, Carlos Rosso, talks about bringing the waterfront alive. When The Related Group started building in Edgewater, did you set out to create a new neighborhood? The idea was to develop a project in phases. We assembled close to 11 acres. At the end, we had a coherent view of what the whole neighborhood would
look like. Close to three acres of it are parks and green spaces, even between buildings. We are creating a public space of close to an acre on the bay, anchored by a restaurant by Michael Schwartz. What makes it a community? The landscaping will make you feel like you are inside a community, surrounded by beautiful buildings with great designers like Piero Lissoni. You enter through two streets; ground-floor retail lines the entrance to
Paraiso Bay. We tried to create an environment that doesn’t feel dead on the ground floor, whether [it’s through] lobbies, retail, the restaurant, or the townhouses over the bay. What distinguishes Gran Paraiso? Gran Paraiso is the last tower we have in the neighborhood. It is the last chance to buy in [Edgewater]; everything else is sold. It is the tallest building. All units have 10-foot ceilings; corner units have beautiful wraparound balconies. What are the amenities at Gran Paraiso? We went overboard. We have two bowling alleys, a tennis center, wine and yoga rooms, a spa, and a restaurant with a private club above. Miami’s largest circular pool—close to 100 feet in diameter—is in the middle of a beautiful pool deck designed by Enzo Enea. Those amenities are on the bay; people want the water views. There will be a water sports club with jet skis, paddleboards, and windsurfing on the bay. Why are celebrities drawn to Gran Paraiso? They saw the prices, liked the location, and how it aligned with what they like, what they do. [NBA champion] Manu Ginóbili liked the location close to the AmericanAirlines Arena. [Tennis star] Gaël Monfils loved that there were all these tennis courts. [New York Yankee] Alex Rodriguez saw the opportunity to buy a great penthouse at an amazing price. Alex is a fan of David Guetta’s [another buyer] music. They all like the idea that they are living in the same community. What effect will the Paraiso district have on Edgewater? What is important is the size of the project, the sense of community it creates, and the positive impact it will have on the whole neighborhood. From 14th to 32nd Streets, those blocks are going to be the next Brickell. Everybody is talking about doing office buildings and more commercial. In Brickell, first came offices and then residential. Here, first is luxury residential on the bay and then offices on Biscayne. 600 NE 31st St., Miami, 305-393-8060; granparaisoresidences.com
The Gran Paraiso tower by Arquitectonica will include a restaurant by Michael Schwartz, a tennis center, wine and yoga rooms, and a spa. below: Residences are by the renowned Italian designer Piero Lissoni.
SPACE Sky HigH clockwise from left: A rendering of Elysee’s grand lobby bayside lounge; the Arquitectonicadesigned tower in Edgewater; the 30th-floor dining room. Says designer Jean-Louis Deniot (inset), “I thought it was important to show how stylish, glamorous, and elegant life in Miami is!”
French TwisT at ElysEE, dEsignEr Jean-Louis Deniot blEnds thE FrEnch riviEra with MiaMi glaMour. By Jean nayar
Known for the luxe interiors he has conjured for private clients around the world, French designer Jean-Louis Deniot is now bringing his multifaceted take on style to Miami, where he’s been tapped to design the interiors of the new 57-story Arquitectonica-designed Elysee condominium in Edgewater. Always drawing from different repertoires, Deniot looked to the Magic City’s past for inspiration, then added a dash of the Côte d’Azur for extra glamour. “I watched the 1964 film Soy Cuba, read architecture books by Morris Lapidus, and went through hundreds of images of Dorothy Draper,” says
Deniot of his approach to the décor. Homing in on the 1930s and ’40s to shape the design narrative, Deniot’s plans for public spaces like the lobby, dining room, and sky lounge feature bold elements like black-andwhite marble, striking geometries, high-gloss 16-foot double doors, and unique mosaic tile patterns that pay homage to French bathing suits of the 1930s. Slated for completion in 2018, the 100 half- and full-floor residences in the waterfront condominium by Two Roads Development range from $1.8 to $10 million. 254 NE 30th St., Miami, 305-767-1414; elyseemiami.com
“I watched the 1964 fIlm Soy Cuba and read archItecture books by morrIs lapIdus.” —jean-louis deniot
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4. BRICKELL CITY CENTRE’S REACH AND RISE Brickell City Centre’s REACH and RISE, two sleek, 43-story premier luxury condominium towers comprised of 390 units, are part of Swire Properties’ landmark $1.05 billion mixeduse development center transforming Downtown Miami’s skyline and raising the standard in urban-living. Residences are delivered move-in ready with top-of-the-line fixture packages, diverse room layouts, and personalized amenities. Living the ultimate live, work, play lifestyle, owners will enjoy a one-of-a-kind world-class experience with a great deal of quality of life. Finished units now available to view. Call 305-521-1468 or visit brickellcitycentre.com
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1. BROWN HARRIS STEVENS | ZILBERT Brown Harris Stevens | Zilbert has been working with Miami’s luxury buyers and sellers for the past 12 years. As a branch of New York’s Brown Harris Stevens, the company holds many high end sales records, including last year’s $60M sale of the Faena penthouse. Over 60,000 people each month visit BHSZilbert.com, its award-winning website, which also now works on mobile devices. Call 305-726-0100.
2. COLDWELL BANKER Coldwell Banker Previews listed Unit 1103 in Tower House, a full service luxury condominium, at 5500 Collins Avenue, for $3.4 million. This new residence is offered turn-key, with the finest Italian furnishings and finishes. This magnificent unit has 2 bedrooms, 3 .5 baths, 2,850 SF + 325 SF terrace with unobstructed water and Miami Skyline views. The stunning décor, aerial views, and Smart Home features make this residence stand out. Please contact Hope Fuller at 305-793-3761 or visit hopefuller.com.
3. APT TEAM AT DOUGLAS ELLIMAN Addressing luxury living with APT-itude, not attitude is the telling philosophy of the APT TEAM at Douglas Elliman which has sold the most exclusive properties in Miami for over a decade. With a portfolio that caters to discerning clients and includes every property type from the area’s best singlefamily homes, to oceanfront condos, to million-dollar plus properties, every client can expect exceptional service as evidenced by their expanding client list and impressive track record. For them, business is personal. Please call Adriana Pinto-Torres at 786-608-7005
4. ELYSEE MIAMI Elysee Miami is a luxury boutique high-rise underway in Miami’s East Edgewater neighborhood by South Floridabased Two Roads Development. With only 100 luxury residences, the 57-story waterfront tower will rise directly along Biscayne Bay. With interiors designed by the modern master of French design Jean-Louis Deniot, Elysee’s timeless elegance will bring a new level of fine living to Miami. Please contact Cervera Real Estate, call 305-767-1414 or visit elyseemiami.com
5. THE ENCLAVE AT CORAL RIDGE COUNTRY CLUB Fort Lauderdale’s first gated community in three decades offers single home sites with beautiful golf course views. The Enclave at Coral Ridge Country Club is a unique community where owners may build custom designed homes. With a private guard house, residents will enjoy living in a quiet setting where incomparable scenery is matched with oak tree lined streets in an intimate setting. For information on the home sites, call 954-839-9722 or visit enclavecrcc.com
6. INSIGNIA INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES One of a kind bay loft at Jade Brickell. This completely renovated loft w/2bds+den/2.5ba has over 1827 sq.ft. with oversized rooftop terrace looking right on to the water. This loft comes finished with Boffi cabinetry, Miele and Sub Zero appliances, Hans Wegner light fixtures, Kreon lighting, custom stainless doors, and custom designed staircase and railings. Offered at $1,568M. Contact Darin Feldman for more info at 305-582-6200
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1. JADE SIGNATURE Designed in collaboration between Pritzker Prize winning architect firm Herzog & de Meuron and Parisian interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the Upper Penthouse at Jade Signature is the ultimate display of modern luxury. The twostory masterpiece features 360-degree floor-to-ceiling views along with a staggering 7,571 square feet of terrace space overlooking Sunny Isles Beach. Luxurious amenities include a private pool, library, gym, wine bar, sauna and entertainment lounge. Please visit jadesignature.com
2. LAGUNA HOUSE How would you like Gucci, Burberry and Neiman Marcus as your backyard amenity playground? Laguna House is the only ultra-luxury boutique residences in Shops at Merrick Park – Coral Gables’ premier fine dining and luxury shopping destination. Featuring only 13 residences with the largest floorplans in the area, the units exude the privacy of a grand estate. The Mediterranean-style exterior is complimented by sophisticated interiors with oversized great rooms, spainspired master baths and outdoor summer kitchens. Please visit lagunahousecoralgables.com
3. ONE RIVER POINT Redefining sophisticated waterfront living, One River Point shifts ultra-luxury-living away from the beach to the heart of Miami. As internationally acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly chooses this hot new neighborhood for his Miami debut, Miami’s riverside renaissance receives its landmark. Consisting of two graceful towers, One River Point will be connected at its summit by a three-level floating glass skybridge boasting a private Sky Club curated by Adrian Zecha. Discover more at oneriverpoint.com or call 305-809-7566
4. HYDE MIDTOWN SUITES & RESIDENCES Nestled between Miami’s Design District and Wynwood, Hyde Midtown puts residents at the center of Miami’s artistic and cultural boom. With designs by Arquitectonica, interior finishes by David Rockwell and exclusive amenities tailored by global hospitality firm, SBE, Hyde Midtown is set to be a place to relax, plug in and be inspired. The project will feature a luxuriously landscaped seventh-level pool terrace with private cabanas, a Hyde music lounge and a full service spa. Please visit hydemidtown.com
5. THE RITZ-CARLTON RESIDENCES, MIAMI BEACH The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach are Piero Lissoni’s first full-scale architectural project in the United States and are comprised of 111 condominium residences and 15 Lissoni-designed Villa Residences. Owners have access to a selection of world-class amenities throughout the expansive seven-acre residential community located on an ocean inlet including an on-site captained VanDutch 40’ yacht, private marina, the world’s first residential art studio, a private cinema-style screening room, state-of-the-art fitness center, and half-acre rooftop pool deck with private cabanas. Visit theresidencesmiamibeach.com
6. DOUGLAS ELLIMAN Unique home in the sought-after South of Fifth district with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and den, just blocks from Miami Beach. Three stories give you the townhome feeling and open spaces with light and open rooms invoke the South Florida lifestyle. Features include wood floors, light wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, modern lighting and fixtures. Balconies, lanai and a private garden area are surrounded by tropical plants. Located at 208 Jefferson Avenue, 111 – Miami Beach, Florida. For more information call 786-866-4022 or email Director of Luxury Sales, Laura Cresto, at Laura.Cresto@elliman.com
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1. THE ESTATES AT ACQUALINA The $10 million Sales Center for the world’s finest residences, The Estates at Acqualina, is now open. Boasting a full-scale model of a residence, the Sales Center offers a firsthand look at the luxury amenities that will be offered at the Estates – from multiple design schemes to Circus Maximus, a full floor of amenities including an ice skating rink, bowling lanes, and a Wall Street Trader’s room. Residences are priced from $3.9 to $40 million. Please visit estatesatacqualina.com
2. TURNBERRY OCEAN CLUB Turnberry Ocean Club is an oceanfront residential masterpiece that will be comprised of 154 luxury residences designed by renowned architects Carlos Zapata and Robert Swedroe. All residents are exclusively treated to an astounding six levels of amenities including the signature $100 million dollar Sky Club on levels 30, 31 and 32. For more information, visit our sales gallery at 215 185th Street, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160, call 305.933.3000, or visit turnberry.oceanclub.com
3. WORLDWIDE PROPERTIES Worldwide Properties is a full-service residential and commercial brokerage based in South Beach’s premier South of Fifth neighborhood. Our world-class brokers and associates represent, market and sell the most luxurious private homes, condominiums and commercial projects in South Florida and the Caribbean. Our international network of clients in the United States, Caribbean, Europe, Asia and South America depend upon our highly experienced team to plan and execute strategic acquisitions of the most exclusive real estate in Miami and worldwide. Call 305-531-3100 or visit worldwideproperties.com
4. PARAMOUNT MIAMI WORLDCENTER The signature residential tower of the expansive Miami Worldcenter will be just an elevator ride away from the vibrant blend of retail, restaurants, galleries and nightlife planned for the mixed-use development. Featuring more than 40 cuttingedge offerings, PARAMOUNT is one of the most amenitized condominiums in the country presenting an unparalleled lifestyle. The 513 residences will be adorned with a four-acre private amenity deck with lush parks and multiple resort-style pools. Please visit PARAMOUNTmiami.com or call 855-853-3503.
5. W FORT LAUDERDALE RESIDENCES Ideally located between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal, The Residences at W Fort Lauderdale will reimagine the 147 luxury condominium residences in the property’s West Tower, along with a complete revamp of the project’s expansive public spaces, amenities and guestrooms by the awardwinning New York based design house, Meyer Davis Studio. Each of the all-new residences will embody the signature W style and deliver every comfort of modern oceanfront living. Please visit wfortlauderdaleresidences.com
6. EIGHTY SEVEN PARK Located where the park meets the ocean, Eighty Seven Park is a private, luxury beachfront condominium in Miami Beach. The 70-unit landmark building by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, will float atop two lush parks with unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean. Developed by Terra in partnership with Bizzi & Partners Development, the project features custom interiors by RDAI, exquisite landscape design by West 8 and much more. For more information, call 305-834-4999 or visit eightysevenpark.com
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1. PARAMOUNT FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH With a prime oceanfront location, PARAMOUNT Fort Lauderdale Beach will be the first luxury residential development built in the area in more than a decade. The 18-story, 95-residence tower is expected to be delivered in spring 2017 and will feature full-service luxury amenities including the largest residential pool on the beachfront, massage and spa treatment room, cabanas, gym, restaurant and private concierge. Prices from $1.2 million. For more information visit PARAMOUNTresidences.com or call 954-514-7492
2. THE JILLS
The Jills, the leading real estate agents in South Florida and Miami Beach, have sold more than $3.17 billion in real estate since 2005. Their knowledge of the luxury market has helped them achieve record-shattering sales, including the second highest recorded sale in Miami ever, the $47 million 3 Indian Creek. Named Coldwell Banker’s No. 1 sales team worldwide - fifth consecutive year and Florida’s No. 1 Sales Team by the Wall Street Journal. Please visit thejills.com
3. FASANO RESIDENCES AT SHORE CLUB Giving Rise to A New Era of Appointed Living. Fasano, Brazil’s most celebrated hospitality and gastronomy group, is expanding its world-renowned brand to include the first ever Fasano hotel in the U.S. with its Miami Beach debut. Situated in the heart of Miami Beach at the former Shore Club’s storied address, the 3-acre oceanfront Fasano Residences + Hotel Miami Beach will feature sixty-seven luxury condominium residences and a hotel complex designed by award-winning Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld. Please visit fasanomiamibeach.com or call 305-535-0111
4. DOUGLAS ELLIMAN Live in one of the most desirable buildings in Brickell Key. This exclusive residence offers 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 half bath and enormous 1,834 sf terraces with amazing views - perfect for entertaining. Exquisite marble flooring, custom lighting, multi-zone sound system and Miele & Sub-Zero appliances set the tone for luxury living; Central to shops, restaurants and financial district. Located at 901 Brickell Key Blvd, PH3705, Miami, Florida. For more information call 786-608-7005 or email Andres.Jara@elliman.com
5. THE RITZ-CARLTON RESIDENCES, SUNNY ISLES BEACH Soaring 52 stories amid expansive, pristine beachfront, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach is one of the most highly anticipated residential properties in Miami. Developed by Fortune International Group and Château Group, the record-setting tower offers a dazzling array of amenities and services that will be managed by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. Featuring generously appointed residences and interior design by acclaimed Michele Bönan, The Residences combines elegance with excellence to create unparalleled oceanfront experiences. Call 305-907-3140 or visit theresidencessunnyislesbeach.com
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1. 321 AT WATER’S EDGE Situated on the widest stretch of Fort Lauderdale’s Intracoastal Waterway, steps away from pristine beaches and minutes from Downtown Fort Lauderdale, 321 at Water’s Edge’s location is simply perfection. 321 at Water’s Edge overlooks some of South Florida’s most sought-after waterfront real estate. Residents walk to several renowned international luxury resorts and are moments from the premier shopping, dining, cultural events and entertainment that make Fort Lauderdale the ultimate tropical destination. Please call 877-969-3571 or visit 321fortlauderdale.com
2. MISSONI BAIA
Missoni Baia is the first branded residences from the iconic Italian fashion house. Each of the 146 residences opens onto deep, shaded terraces overlooking Biscayne Bay. The building offers a suite of amenities designed in collaboration with Missoni, offering the comforts of a luxurious boutique resort. Features include a flow-through deck with cabanas, five swimming pools, expansive fitness center and spa overlooking the bay. Missoni Baia’s contemporary architecture is the vision of Asymptote Architecture. Please call 305-894-1770 or visit missonibaia.com
3. BOTANIKO WESTON Terra’s latest visionary residential development in West Broward, Botaniko Weston is bringing the best in modern design and world-class architecture to one of the region’s most desirable communities. The private enclave of 125 architecturally-distinctive, designdriven estate homes will be surrounded by luxurious amenities and natural landscapes, with breathtaking architecture by FAIA Fellows Chad Oppenheim and Roney J. Mateu, and modern interior design schemes by V Starr, the interior design firm led by Venus Williams. Visit botanikoweston.com
4. PARK GROVE Designed by OMA/Rem Koolhaas, Park Grove is a stunning 5.2 acre, three-towered luxury development set in the quiet seaside enclave of Coconut Grove. The property boasts interiors by Meyer Davis, kitchens and baths by William Sofield, landscapes by Enzo Enea and amenities that rival those of a luxury resort. Terra and The Related Group are the forces behind this magnificent development, which is slated for completion in 2018. Please call 305.521.0982 or visit park-grove.com
5. THE OCEAN RESORT RESIDENCES CONRAD FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH RESORT As the first Conrad resort property in the America’s, highly esteemed for its serene luxury in Asia, The Ocean Resort Residences Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort is the ultimate yachting lifestyle luxury condo-hotel. Originally designed by one of the world’s most famous architects, Michael Graves, the property offers fully-furnished residences and beachfront villas where buyers will have full access to a selection of resort-style amenities in one of the most coveted shorelines in Fort Lauderdale. Please call 954-749-7200 or visit theoceanfortlauderdale.com
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Alonzo Mourning, Stephen and Petra Levin, Kinga Lampert, Tracy Mourning, and Eddie Lampert
Rudabeh Shahbazi and Isabella Acker
Barry Brodsky, Lisa Petrillo, and Adam Levy
Shira Suveyke Irene Annikova and Angielle Knowle
Michelle Konz, Jane Muir, Jessica Lewis, and Rick Folbaum
Kate Meenan with Lucy and Yanessa Morillo
Priscilla Delgado, Jonathan Seltzer, and Terri Echarte Phil Roberts and Steven Chernoff
Michael Choiniere, Jose Acosta, and Jo Colonna
GIRL POWER Ocean Drive hosted an exclusive celebration at the Carillon Miami Beach in tribute to the magazine’s 2016 Women of Influence honorees. Guests wound down with luxury spa treatments courtesy of the Carillon Miami Beach and personalized fashion sketches by Chic Sketch. The evening was supported by THE OUTNET.COM and Executive Vice President Shira Suveyke, who unveiled a special collaboration with Miami fashion designer Alexis, California Closets, Anna de Codorníu, and VOSS.
Sarah Arison, Lauren Fitzpatrick, and Giselle Kovac
Craig and Mijanou Spurdle with Vicki Keisch
Andrea Viana and Damaris Aguiar at Ocean Drive’s March edition of “The List” at French 27.
Juanes at his Ocean Drive April issue release party at French 27.
Vivian Galego-Mendez, Zeida Andreu, Oscar Roger Jr., and Monica Betancourt at Mariposa at Neiman Marcus Coral Gables for an exclusive breakfast hosted by Ocean Drive and Laguna House at Merrick Park.
OPULENT OUTINGS Erik Andersen and Michele Reese Ledezma at the “Derby with a Twist” event, hosted by Ocean Drive and Woodford Reserve at Miami Beach Woman’s Club.
Angela and Louis Birdman at Ocean Drive’s March edition of “The List” at French 27.
Ocean Drive and One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects hosted the March edition of “The List” at French 27, featuring an exclusive dinner and cocktail celebration. Further north, Woodford Reserve, Ocean Drive, and Miami’s top mixologists presented “Derby with a Twist,” fêting the Kentucky Derby, at the Miami Beach Woman’s Club. Guests enjoyed canapés from Hotel Croydon’s The Tavern and specialty themed cocktails. In Coral Gables, Laguna House at Merrick Park and Ocean Drive welcomed Miami brokers for an intimate breakfast with historian and author Arva Parks at Mariposa in Neiman Marcus Coral Gables. Back on the Beach, Ocean Drive celebrated the April issue’s cover star, Juanes, with a soirée at French 27, where guests toasted the evening with Anna de Codorníu cocktails.
Andrea Minski at Ocean Drive’s April issue release party, hosted by Juanes at French 27.
Teddy Collins, Ranieri Cassuola, Oleksandr Petriuk, Sergey Borisov, and Chevy Farrell at the “Derby with a Twist” event, hosted by Ocean Drive and Woodford Reserve at Miami Beach Woman’s Club.
Oscar Roger, Carlos Dunand, Vanessa Ferbeyre, and Jim Dockerty at Mariposa at Neiman Marcus Coral Gables for an exclusive breakfast hosted by Ocean Drive and Laguna House at Merrick Park.
Ana Rivera and Amin Noorzai at Ocean Drive’s April issue release party, hosted by Juanes at French 27.
Eloy Carmenate with Lana and Leon Bell at Ocean Drive’s March edition of “The List” at French 27.
Maria Corina Azpurua and Melissa Ledezma at the “Derby with a Twist” event, hosted by Ocean Drive and Woodford Reserve at Miami Beach Woman’s Club.
Arva Parks at Mariposa at Neiman Marcus Coral Gables for an exclusive breakfast hosted by Ocean Drive and Laguna House at Merrick Park.
Ludlow Dawes, Cindy Sepulveda, and Jordan Dick at the “Derby with a Twist” event, hosted by Ocean Drive and Woodford Reserve at Miami Beach Woman’s Club.
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Melanie Grafton, Isaac Reyes, Joanna Krupa, and Stephanie Ripstein at The Humane Society of the United States’ Miami Benefit Gala 2016.
Martin Bravo and Fernando Ulloa at The Collection for the exclusive launch of the Audi Q7 and A4.
Tricia Stevens and Brandi Halls at the Humane Society of the United States’ Miami Benefit Gala 2016.
FUN FÊTES Miami philanthropists headed to the Mandarin Oriental, Miami, for the 15th annual Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program Gala, joining founders Jennifer Valoppi and Don Browne in celebrating the organization’s 19th year of mentoring at-risk high school girls. Up north, animal lovers gathered at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort for The Humane Society of the United States’ Miami Benefit Gala 2016, which raised funds for the HSUS Rescue Team and the South Florida Wildlife Center. In Coral Gables, Ocean Drive and The Collection celebrated the unveiling of the 2016 Audi Q7 and A4 with the support of Kirk Jewelers and Equinox.
Nancy Batchelor, Karen Brooks, and Christine Klingspor at the Humane Society of the United States’ Miami Benefit Gala 2016. Marisa Toccin Lucas, Krista Rosenberg, Catherine Rappaport, and Alexandra Toccin at the 15th annual Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program Gala.
Tony Imbesi and Julia Conatser at the Humane Society of the United States’ Miami Benefit Gala 2016. Lesli Brown, Swanee DiMare, Bronwyn Miller, and Tara Solomon at the 15th annual Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program Gala. Kasey Langston and Lisa Fairman at the 15th annual Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program Gala.
Louis Aguirre, Ardath Rosengarden, and Jeffrey Arciniaco at the Humane Society of the United States’ Miami Benefit Gala 2016.
Colleen and Chris Suarez at the 15th annual Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program Gala.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY CLAUDE ZICK (DIMARE, LANGSTON, SUAREZ, TOCCIN LUCAS, TOUZET); JESUS ARANGUREN (GRAFTON, STEVENS); MARC SEROTA (AGUIRRE, BATCHELOR, IMBESI) OPPOSITE PAGE : PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE MIAMI OPEN PRESENTED BY ITAU
Lydia and Rudy Touzet at the 15th annual Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program Gala.
Yesenia Pena at The Collection for the exclusive launch of the Audi Q7 and A4.
Jonathan Huberdeau, Garrett Wilson, Alex Petrovic, and Reilly Smith
Max Mirnyi and Treat Huey
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Evan Fournier
Tomáš Berdych Victoria Azarenka
Dominic Thiem, Pablo Carreño Busta, and Leonardo Mayer
John Isner Novak Djokovic and Kaká Gabrielle Union
Chung Hyeon, Elias Ymer, and Kyle Edmund
PARTY AT THE NET Hundreds of thousands of tennis fans headed to Crandon Park Tennis Center (90 degree weather and all) to watch the world’s most famous tennis pros face off at the 2016 Miami Open presented by Itaú. Victoria Azarenka dominated the courts and claimed her third Miami Open title, while Novak Djokovic won his sixth title, tying Andre Agassi for the most men’s singles titles in Miami Open history.
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Michael Wadler, Neil Fairman, George Vallejo, Anthony Burns, and Gus Phillips at the Maria Palms Yacht Club and Residences’ official topping-off ceremony for the project’s South Tower.
Dennis DeGori, Daniel Solomon, and Ken DeGori at E11even. Carin Kirby and Darlene Pérez at the Power of the Purse celebration hosted by Elle Macpherson at the Hermès boutique in the Miami Design District.
Eddie, Stephanie, and Jules Trump at the Acqualina Resort and Spa 10th-anniversary celebration.
Gabriel Carballada, Florencia Tabeni, Jonathan Galindo, and Michael Bali at the annual Miami Children’s Health Foundation Diamond Society Appreciation Dinner.
Annelies Da Costa Gomez, Jayne Abess, and Ingrid Hoffmann at the Spring Edition of VeritageMiami, benefiting United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education.
Manuel and Lyanne Vidal at a Baptist Health Foundation fundraiser in support of the Miami Cancer Institute, hosted by Laguna House and Merrill Lynch at Mariposa at Neiman Marcus Coral Gables.
Barry and Patty Goldstein at the Pérez Art Museum Miami annual benefactor recognition dinner at the Vhernier boutique in the Miami Design District. Eric Fordin and Carlos Rosso at a dinner honoring César Pelli hosted by The Related Group and Dezer Development at Residences by Armani/Casa.
Carlos Arriola, Maria Cristina Miranda, Carmen Lopez, and Juan Lopez at the Bulgari and Saks Fifth Avenue Dadeland event benefiting the Humane Society of Greater Miami.
Carl Hiaasen and Ron Magill at the unveiling of the “Newsman” exhibition at HistoryMiami Museum.
Marc Schmulian, Andres Oppenheimer, and Ryan Shear at the Property Markets Group and S2 Development’s “Muse Inspiration Series” with Oppenheimer.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ADI NAYEV (DE GORI); COURTESY OF THE MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT (KIRBY); COURTESY OF UNITED WAY (GOMEZ); COURTESY OF 3900 ALTON (MIGUEL); JOSE LAROTTA (SCHMULIAN); SANDY REICHMAN (WADLER); TAMZ (FORDIN, VIDAL); WORLD RED EYE (ARRIOLA, HIASSEN, TRUMP); YAMILA LOMBA (CARBALLADA)
Camilo Miguel and Edgardo Defortuna at an intimate luncheon at Nobu Miami Beach hosted by Mast Capital and 3900 Alton.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SETH BROWARNIK Lan Zhenghui at his art talk at Florida International University’s College of Architecture + The Arts.
David, Barabara, and Sam Herzberg with Ellen Salpeter at the John Varvatos Bal Harbour in-store celebration benefiting ICA Miami.
Lucrezia Buccellati and Victoria Gallegos at Buccellati’s VIP event at The St. Regis Bal Harbour.
Michael Grieco and Jerry Libbin at the 94th annual Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Gala at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Sonia Gibson and Mayda Cisneros at the 2016 Miracle Makers luncheon and Fashion Show kickoff celebration at Cisneros’s boutique.
Anastasia Wachter, Oxana Kyyda, Ekaterina Ishutina, and Vlada Finskaya at the Stephen Webster Jewelry showcase at a private residence.
Tobias Ostrander, Doris Salcedo, Julie Rodrigues Widholm, and Franklin Sirmans at Pérez Art Museum Miami’s exclusive preview of the Doris Salcedo exhibition.
Ugo Colombo and Carlos Giménez at CMC Group Inc.’s Brickell Flatiron groundbreaking.
Fred Tutino and Stephen Brunelle at Tutino’s Elie Tahari Spring 2016 collection presentation at Neiman Marcus Coral Gables.
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Hassan Pierre, Grace Potter, Kelly Framel, and Zachary Lynd at the Grace Potter concert presented by Faena Theater’s Live Spring Concert Series at the Faena Hotel Miami Beach.
Torrence and Rosemary Harder with Ralph Pucci at Vladimir Kagan and Rebecca Moses’s celebration hosted by Pucci at Pucci’s Miami Design District showroom. Rodman Primack and Michaela Dosamantes at the “Marquetry in Leather” exhibition at Loewe in the Miami Design District.
Sara Larson and Taylor Anne Abess at the PARLOR Showroom New York pop-up at the Miami Beach Woman’s Club.
Ximena Caminos, Brett Ratner, and Alan Faena at Ratner’s Hilhaven Lodge unveiling at the Faena Hotel Miami Beach.
Spike Mendelsohn and Mike Colletti at the VIP preview of Campton Yard at The Hall South Beach.
DMX and Chris Paciello at the DMX and N.O.R.E event at Rockwell presented by World Red Eye.
Stephen Owens, Adriana Vargas-Hernandez, and Alberto Navarro at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s annual Developer Roundtable, presented by One River Point and Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
SHOT ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY SETH BROWARNIK Josh Richardson, Alyson Furch, and Goran Dragic at Seaspice.
Pontus Winnberg and Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow at FDR at the Delano.
Mr Mauricio and Rick Ross at Rockwell.
NeNe and Gregg Leakes at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Natalie and Nicole Albino of Nina Sky at the Catalina Hotel & Beach Club. Jake Jefferson and Bonobo at Bonoboâ€™s appearance at 1306 presented by XY Miami.
Kane Sarhan and Barry Sternlicht at the Earth Day celebration at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach. Harley Demyers, Mase, Vito, and DKing at STK at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach.
Dirt Nasty and DJ Irie at Wall at the W South Beach.
Monica Suleski, Stephanie Saunders, and Rob Gronkowski at Craft Social Club.
Simply Jess and Jamie Foxx at Story.
Naz Tokio and Taryn Manning at the Marco Marco Miami collection debut at Icon.
Hubert Baudoin, Esad Cicic, and David Bocognano at Cicic’s “Ocean” presentation at the Moorings.
Wiz Khalifa and YesJulz at Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach. Lil Kim at Story.
Justise Winslow and Navin Chatani at Wall at the W South Beach. Pauly Shore and David Guetta at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. 2 Chainz at Story.
Usher, Lil Wayne, and Stevie J at LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Yandel and Lil Jon at Wall at the W South Beach.
Jennifer McDaniel and Hulk Hogan at Story.
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Seagrape Floridian brasserie helmed by James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein located at The Confidante, 4041 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 786-605-4043
COCONUT GROVE, CORAL GABLES, KEY BISCAYNE Artisan The newest hot spot in Key Biscayne perfect for sandwiches or tapas. 658 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne;
Hotel. 1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables, 305-913-3201
Cafeina Diverse hot-spot offering intriguing art, nightlife and tasty cuisine in the heart of Wynwood. 297 NW 23rd Street,
Pascal’s on Ponce Contemporary French cuisine.
2611 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-444-2024
Bizcaya Mediterranean-influenced cuisine serving fresh fish and prime cuts of beef, at the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove.
Peacock Garden Cafe The ideal setting for outside dining at anytime of day. 2889 McFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove, 305-774-3332
3300 SW 27th Ave., Coconut Grove, 305-644-4680
Cantina Beach Miami’s only oceanfront, coastal Mexican restaurant located at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne.
Red Fish Grill Romantic, waterside seafood dining experience. 9610 Old Cutler Rd., Miami, 305-668-8788
455 Grand Bay Dr., Key Biscayne, 305-365-4500
Sushi Samba The finest fusion of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine at the Westin Colonnade Hotel.
Caffe Abbracci Dine beneath the glow of a ruby-red starlight chandelier and the brilliance of Venetian glass on Italian-inspired foods including great carpaccio’s, the freshest fish, homemade pastas or succulent NY meats.
180 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, 305-448-4990
318 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, 305-441-0700
Christy’s Restaurant The steak house meets the piano bar at this Miami staple. 3101 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-446-1400
Cioppino Tuscan cuisine capturing the romance of Old World Italy, at the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne.
The Cypress Tavern The Genuine Hospitality Group’s latest Design District haunt gives an elegant nod to 1920’s American fine dining. 3620 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-520-5197 The Federal Tackling comfort food classics like pot pies, biscuits and gravy, this eatery will rock your world. 5132 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-758-9559
Harry’s Pizzeria Chef and owner Michael Schwartz’s newest creation offers a cozy and comfortable neighborhood spot to enjoy some creative, wood-oven pizzas, craft beers, and a selection of delectable desserts. 3918 N. Miami Ave., Miami,
Swine Southern Table & Bar This joint is a place to hang with friends, sip a little whiskey, and indulge in genuine Southern cooking. 2415 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables,
3470 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-573-1520
Town Kitchen & Bar Global comfort foods and an irresistible brunch special. 7301 SW 57th Ct., South Miami, 305-740-8118
Mandolin Aegean Bistro Authentic countryside cuisine from Greece and Turkey. 4312 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-749-9140
Versailles The authentic and famous Miami-Cuban classic.
MC Kitchen Modern Italian cuisine offering seasonal dishes with ingredients selected on the basis of quality, harvest maturity, and farming integrity. 4141 NE 2nd Ave., Suite 101A,
3555 SW 8 Street, Miami, 305-444-0240
455 Grand Bay Dr., Key Biscayne, 305-365-4156
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Gigi Bustling and hip hot spot featuring Asian-inspired fare.
Eating House Not your typical steakhouse, this hipster-esque hotspot is known for its eclectic menu serving playful dishes such as “Cap’n Crunch” pancakes for brunch.
Beaker & Gray Wynwood’s new hotspot for globally-inspired cuisine and a vibrant bar scene. 2637 N. Miami Ave., Miami,
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink Michael Schwartz’s highly successful Design District eatery. 130 NE 40th Street,
804 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-448-6524
Atlas Plaza, Miami, 305-573-5550
George’s in the Grove Lively, casual bistro featuring French classics. 3145 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, 305-444-7878
Bocce Bar Midtown’s latest addition distinguishes itself from the rest with a bocce ball court and its rustic feel and cozy ambiance. 3252 NE First Ave., Miami, 786-245-6211
Midtown Oyster Bar Boasting “A Fish Kitchen” as its tagline, the menu showcases Mediterranean and classic American seafood dishes while offering a selection of extraordinary oysters from the East and West coasts. 3301 NE 1st Ave.,
Brasserie Azur The sister restaurant of Romantic Villa Azur, a modern yet casual concept serving lunch/brunch and dinner showcasing French Mediterranean cuisine in the up and coming Midtown neighborhood. 3252 NE 1st Ave, Miami,
Love Is Blind A culinary adventure that takes you all over the globe. 225 Altara Avenue, Coral Gables, 305-748-6118 Monty’s Raw Bar Scenic waterside spot offering seafood goodies. 2550 S. Bayshore Dr., Coconut Grove, 305-856-3992
Ortanique on the Mile New World Caribbean cuisine, island elegance. 278 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305-446-7710 Palme d’Or Fabulous French fare, at the landmark Biltmore
Mignonette A raw oyster bar with a welcoming environment where seafood lovers can share a bottle of bubbly while enjoying a dozen of the freshest oysters. 210 NE 18th Street, Miami, 305-374-4635
The Butcher Shop Trendy addition to Wynwood that fuses retail, restaurant and beer garden into one gourmet hot-spot. 165 NW 23rd Street, Miami, 305-846-9120
Morgans Modern, home-style comfort food for brunch, lunch and dinner. 28 NE 29th St., Miami, 305-573-9678
LISTINGS db Bistro Moderne The New York sensation from chef Daniel Boulud, in downtown’s JW Marriott Marquis.
happy hour, “Aperitivo Italiano,” every Wednesday. 900 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-371-2767
255 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, FL 33131, 305-350-0750
Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita Located in the heart of Brickell’s Financial District, the restaurant, offers a unique selection of International fusion cuisine.
Tamarina Specializes in Italian cuisine inspired by the Mediterranean coast incorporating freshly caught seafood and local produce which is prepared using classic Italian techniques. 600 Brickell Avenue, Miami, 305-579-1888
1000 South Miami Ave., Miami, 305-403-3103
Edge Steak & Bar This stylish departure from the traditional steak house is the new crown jewel of The Four Seasons Hotel Miami. 1435 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-381-3190
Azul A Forbes Five-Star restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental featuring a menu of modern American dishes with Asian influences. 500 Brickell Key Dr., Miami, 305-913-8358 Salumeria 104 Authentic Northern Italian salumi shop and trattoria serving traditional dishes and cured meats. 3451 NE 1st Ave., Miami, 305-424-9588
Sugarcane From the creators of Sushi Samba, a raw bar and grill with a South American spirit. 3252 NE 1st Ave., Miami, 786-369-0353
Truluck’s Seafood Steak & Crab House A fantastic combination of the freshest Florida Stone Crab, juicy steaks and a selection of over 100 wines. 777 Brickell Ave., Miami,
1035 N Miami Ave., Miami, 786-536-2749
Garcia’s Seafood Grille & Fish Market Fabulously fresh fish, right on the river. 398 NW North River Dr., Miami, 305-375-0765
Tuyo Sitting atop Miami Dade College’s new Miami Culinary Institute, Tuyo is an exquisite fusion of New World flavors. 415 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, 305-237-3200
Il Gabbiano Decadent, exquisite Italian cuisine served inside or out, overlooking Biscayne Bay. 335 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-373-0063
La Mar by Gaston Acurio Features the acclaimed Peruvian cuisine of celebrity chef Gastón Acurio in a high-energy setting with dramatic water views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline, at the Mandarin Oriental. 500 Brickell Key Dr.,
LILT Lounge Hosts happy hour from 6 to 8 pm, Tuesday thru Saturday, with live music. Specialty cocktails, $1 oysters and the terrace has direct water views and a breeze, at the EPIC. 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, 305-351-7403
270 S. Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-424-5234
Ave., Miami, 305-503-6529
Azul A Forbes Five-Star restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental featuring a menu of modern American dishes with Asian influences. 500 Brickell Key Dr., Miami, 305-913-8358 Batch Fresh off a successful opening, this Gastropub, with cocktails on tap, is soon to be Brickell’s favored hotspot. 30 SW 12th St., Miami, 305-808-5555
Biscayne Tavern Located in the B2 Miami downtown, this casual neighborhood gathering post serves up the next evolution of comfort food. 146 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-358-4555
Cantina La Veinte A cultural expression of true Mexican cuisine featuring traditional Mexican decor with an art deco flare and over 100 brands of Mexican wine pairings. 465 Brickell Ave., Miami, 786-623-6135
Cipriani Exquisite Italian restaurant with impeccable service and elegant design. 465 Brickell Ave. CU1, Miami, 786-329-4090
Zuma Internationally acclaimed Japanese “pub fare” from London restaurateur Rainer Becker, at the Epic Hotel. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305-577-0277
MIAMI BEACH 1930s House A historic, intimate Mediterranean-inspired hideaway where music, conversation and avant-garde cocktails flow at the Thompson Miami Beach. 4041 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 786-605-4041
Naoe Experience natural Japanese cuisine as Chef Kevin Cory serves a unique Chef’s Choice menu. 661 Brickell Key Dr., Miami, 305-947-6263
Atrio Restaurant and Wine Room A contemporary restaurant and lounge offering guests an innovative and international menu paired with a minimalistic setting to complement the view of an incandescent Miami skyline. 1395 Brickell
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Wolfgang Zweiner’s famous steak house has finally arrived in Miami. 315 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-487-7130
Komodo The three-story indoor/outdoor eatery and lounge combines the cuisine of Southeast Asia with a South Florida vibe to elevate the dining and nightlife experience on Brickell Avenue. 801 Brickell Avenue, Miami, 305-534-2211
Fooq’s Serves “Feel Good Food” in an urban, yet distinctly cozy setting. Global travels and Persian-French heritage inspire the eclectic menu at this charming eatery.
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar Affordable global Latino cuisine meets cutting-edge art. 2550 NW 2nd Ave., Miami,
Area 31 Great seafood from the namesake region encompassing the Florida coast and Central America.
Touché Rooftop Lounge & Restaurant From celebrity chef Carla Pellegrino, featuring an array of dishes ranging from meat to pastas to seafood and sushi. 15 NE 11th Street,
Novecento Argentinean and Mediterranean cuisine. 1414 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-403-0900
The Oceanaire Ultra fresh seafood and American Steak house. 900 S. Miami Ave., Miami 305-372-8862 PM Buenos Aires Fish & Steak House Born from the nostalgia felt from the “Porteño”-like cuisine, PM has the influence of not only the parrilladas but also all the different styles all over the world. 1453 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-200-5606 Pollos y Jarras Authentic Peruvian cuisine with an extensive selection of BBQ, grilled meats, and tapas all ideally complimented by signature cocktails. 115 NE 3rd Ave., Miami, 786-567-4940
A Fish Called Avalon Contemporary tropical menu featuring award-winning seafood dishes. 700 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-532-1727
Baires Grill This casual and trendy establishment satiates your appetite with an authentic, high-quality Argentinian cuisine. 1116 Lincoln Rd. Mall, Miami Beach, 305-538-1116 Bakehouse Brasserie Your neighborhood brasserie focusing on classic dishes, French inspired cocktails and artisanal baked goods located South of Fifth. 808 First Street, Miami Beach, 305-434-8249
The Bazaar by José Andrés Masterfully re-imagined Spanish cuisine, at the SLS Hotel South Beach. 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-455-5000
Bâoli Miami A dining experience that truly excites the senses: an elegant and vibrant ambiance with an alluring menu. 1906 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-8822 Barceloneta Catalan Bistro and Mercat that will transport you to Spain through taste alone. 1400 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-538-9299
River Yacht Club A waterfront lifestyle-oriented venue featuring a fine dining restaurant, stunning outdoor garden, lounge, and docking facilities. 401 SW 3rd Ave., Miami, 305-200-5716 Seaspice A seafood brasserie and lounge, is a celebration of the sense that marks the return to the core values of gastronomy. 422 NW North River Drive, Miami, 305-440-4200
Barton G. The Restaurant Upscale American eatery, plus lots of dazzle. 1427 West Ave., Miami Beach, 305-672-8881 Bianca Modern Italian fare at the Delano’s signature restaurant. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-6400 Big Pink Bright and fun diner, serving full-bodied classics. 157 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-532-4700
Crazy About You A truly unique lounge setting, and picturesque water front dining experience. 1155 Brickell Bay Dr,
Segafredo Bayside From the partners of Segafredo L’Originale on Lincoln Road, the new waterfront spot at Bayside Marketplace serves light Italian fare and an expansive selection of cocktails. 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
CVI.CHE 105 This bustling Peruvian eatery has quickly become a hip downtown landmark. 105 NE 3rd Ave., Miami,
Soya y Pomodoro Intimate Italian located in a quaint Neoclassical alcove. 120 NE 1st St., Miami, 305-381-9511
Bodega Taqueria y Tequila “Shepard Style” Mexican street food straight out of a vintage Airstream taco truck filling the area’s void for vibrant, authentic Mexican cuisine.
Toscana Divino Brickell’s Italian trattoria features an Italian
1220 16th Street, Miami Beach, 305-704-2145
BLT Steak at The Betsy Hotel Laurent Tourondel’s interpretation of the American steak house. 1440 Ocean Dr., Miami
LISTINGS Byblos Miami Brings the exciting flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean to diners in a progressively designed space. 1535 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-508-5041
Café Prima Pasta Authentic Italian meats, cheeses, pastas and desserts since 1993. 414 71st St., Miami Beach, 305-867-0106 Canyon Ranch Grill Wholesome seasonal dishes with an emphasis on local farming methods. 6801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-514-7474
Casa Tua Italian restaurant with a private upstairs lounge and la dolce vita vibe. 1700 James Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-1010
Cecconi’s The Italian sensation from Mayfair and West Hollywood has brought its A-list vibe to the Soho Beach House. 4385 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-507-7902
Michael Mina 74 Award-winning chef Michael Mina, brings sophisticated, American bistro-style fare to the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 1-877-326-7412
The Continental Under the culinary direction of Chef Matthew Oetting, the menu at Stephen Starr’s The Continental features an eclectic blend of global flavors and creative cocktails in a fun and casual atmosphere.
restaurateur Alan Yau, at the Fontainebleau. 4441 Collins
2360 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-604-2000
Ave., Miami Beach, 786-276-1388
David’s Café Cafecito Family owned and operated restaurant serving traditional Cuban food with a twist since 1977.
HaVen Gastro-Lounge An intimate, high-tech gastro-lounge featuring global small plates by Chef Todd Erickson and innovative craft cocktails. 1237 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-987-8885
919 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 305-534-8736
DiLido Beach Club A casually elegant oceanfront restaurant and lounge with ocean-table cuisine and a relaxed, chic ambiance perfect for people-watching, at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach. 155 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 786-276-4000 Dolce Italian Contemporary take on Italian classics located at The Gale Hotel. 1690 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-975-2550 Driftwood Room At the newly opened Nautilus, A SIXTY Hotel, in South Beach led under the culinary direction of Food Network Star and Executive Chef Alex Guarnaschelli.
Icebox Offering the finest desserts in Miami Beach. 1855 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-8448
Il Mulino From Abruzzo to South Beach, Il Mulino New York presents unforgettable, classic Italian cuisine in a chic, modern dining experience. 840 First St., Miami Beach, 305-372-1221
Michael Mina 74 Award-winning chef Michael Mina, brings sophisticated, American bistro-style fare to the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach, with a dynamic menu that features whimsical dishes and handcrafted cocktails from across the globe. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 1-877-326-7412 Meat Market Chef Sean Brasel has created an imaginative, top-flight menu with flair at this packed hot spot. 915 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-532-0088
Jaya Five-star, trans-ethnic cuisine with a strong Asian influence. 2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-520-6402 Joe’s Stone Crab A must-see Miami institution since 1913.
1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-483-2650
11 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-0365
Drunken Dragon A hidden gem, South Beach’s first Korean barbecue restaurant presents a method of table side cooking with Asian inspired fare and exotic handcrafted tikithemed cocktails. 1424 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, 305-397-8556
Juvia Artistic food presentation and an innovative take on Asian fusion, with stunning views of South Beach.
The Dutch A roots-inspired restaurant, Bar and Oyster Room at the W South Beach. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Maxine’s Bistro At The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club, is an institution on Collins Avenue, serving American bistro fare with an international twist, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 1732 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-674-3527
1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-763-8272
Monty’s Sunset Miami’s ultimate Seafood Bistro features a raw bar and ceviche bar with breathtaking sunset views and a bay front location. 300 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-672-1148 Moreno’s Cuba At the Riviera South Beach A Cuban-inspired eatery developed around an authentic Havana-style café, with a culinary ethos based around Cuban Tapas and small plates made for sharing. 318 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-538-7444
Katsuya Traditional Japanese cuisine with a provocative twist, at the SLS Hotel South Beach. 1701 Collins Ave.,
Mr Chow Iconic Chinese showplace at the W South Beach.
Miami Beach, 305-455-2995
2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-1695
La Locanda Classic Italian just south of Fifth Street.
Estiatorio Milos Costas Spiliadis celebrates the arts, culture and cuisine of Greece and is committed to providing guests a true understanding of fresh ingredients simply prepared with integrity. 730 1st St., Miami Beach, 305-604-6800
419 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-6277
My Ceviche This indoor-outdoor eatery will flaunt the brand’s signature seafood selections alongside seasonal, craft, and local beer options. 235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
La Piaggia A St-Tropez beach club without the jet lag.
Fogo de Chão The original Brazilian steak house with continuous tableside service and 15 cuts of meat.
Larios on the Beach Gloria and Emilio Estefan’s award winning go-to destination for cuban cuisine. 820 Ocean Drive,
836 1st St., Miami Beach, 305-672-0011
Miami Beach, 305-532-9577
Nobu Legendary Japanese seafood delicacies, at the Eden Roc Miami Beach. 4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
The Forge Restaurant & Lounge Chef Christopher Lee brings his award-winning talent to this culinary institution with an innovative take on the classic American steakhouse.
The Lido Restaurant & Bayside Grill Stunning waterside dining featuring chef Mark Zeitouni’s cuisine, at The Standard.
40 Island Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-1717
Orange Blossom A modern bistro featuring internationally, high-quality, affordable fare inside the Boulan South Beach Hotel. 2000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-763-8983
1000 South Pointe Dr., Miami Beach, 305-674-0647
432 41st St., Miami Beach, 305-538-8533
Fratelli La Bufala Sumptuous pizzas and pastas prepared with the freshest buffalo mozzarella imported from Italy. 437 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-532-0700
French 27 Contemporary French restaurant that strives to provide guests with the most decadent culinary creations and a one of a kind dining experience. 850 Commerce St.,
Lucali Brooklyn’s most coveted pizza in the heart of South Beach. 1930 Bay Rd., Miami Beach, 305-695-4441 Lure Fishbar A seafood-driven menu, overseen by Josh Capon, includes raw bar, sushi bar and Miami-inspired plates. Robert Ferrara helms the beverage program with nauticalthemed libations including the Catch and Release, at the Loews Hotel. 1601 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-695-4550
Miami Beach, 305-764-3948
Macaluso’s Restaurant Staten Island home-cooked Italian. Fung Kú Asian Cuisine Korean BBQ and Sushi Bar, at The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club. 1720 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
1747 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-604-1811
Macchialina Taverna Rustica The Italian spot for locals with rustic, seasonally inspired cooking by acclaimed chef Michael Pirolo. 820 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, 305-534-2124
Hakkasan The exquisite Chinese creations of London
News Cafe This 24-hour spot remains the heart and soul of South Beach. 800 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-538-6397
Picciolo Italian Bistro Located at the Bentley Hotel, home of the one-pound meatball showcases flavors of Italy and offers great people watching along Ocean Drive. 510 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305-531-2100
Prime Fish Fish shack meets sophisticated fine dining; renowned restaurant owner Myles Chefetz has done it again with his new restaurant that is sure to please all seafood lovers. 100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-532-4550 Prime Italian Upscale American-Italian sister restaurant to Prime One Twelve. 101 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-695-8484
LISTINGS Prime One Twelve Extraordinary, modern take on the classic steak house. 112 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-532-8112
Pubbelly Gastropub This innovative tavern features a menu of homemade pâtés, specialty terrines and braised dishes, and its signature Asian street food. 1418 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-532-7555
Pubbelly Sushi Japanese small plates with Latin, Indian and Italian influences. 1424 20th St., Miami Beach, 305-531-9282 Pura Vida Serving raw Brazilian organic acai bowls, fresh made fruit protein smoothies or cold-press veggie juices with soups, salads, sandwiches, pitas & wraps with vegan options. Eat-in, pick-up or delivery. 110 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, 305-535-4142
Indulge in Asian-inspired locally-influenced fare at Miami’s new favorite spot located in the South of Fifth neighborhood. 736 1st St., Miami Beach, 305-433-6876
Quality Meats Rated top steakhouse in Manhattan in Zagat 2014 and named best new steakhouse by Details, Quality Meats has opened in the heart of South Beach at Collins and 15th. 1501 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-340-3333 Terrazza at Shore Club This casual, Italian chophouse offers the ultimate in indoor-outdoor dining with the cool vibe and energy of Shore Club. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
located within the Turnberry Isle Miami. 19999 West Country
Quattro Gastronomia Italiana Twin chefs Nicola and Fabrizio Carro stir up traditional Northern Italian cuisine. 1014 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-531-4833
Red Ginger Indulge in Asian-inspired locally-influenced fare at Miami’s new favorite spot located in the South of Fifth neighborhood. 736 1st St., Miami Beach, 305-433-6876
Texas De Brazil A unique concept that offers diners a parade of meats and an extravagant seasonal salad area.
Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails Fresh, seasonal, Contemporary American cuisine by award winning Chef Danny Elmaleh with a stunning ocean view.
Red, The Steakhouse Hot Mediterranean-influenced steak house. 119 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-534-3688 Restaurant Michael Schwartz Locally inspired dishes and a fantastic ambiance at the iconic Raleigh Hotel pool deck.
TiramesU A neighborhood dining spot with perfectly executed traditional and non-traditional dishes in the South of Fifth area. Whether served with Alla Bolognese or Rabbit Ragu, the homemade pastas are a must along with the Lamb Chops and Branzino. 101 Washington Ave., Miami
1775 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-612-1163
Scarpetta Ravishing Italian cuisine from chef Scott Conant, at the Fontainebleau. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Traymore Restaurant and Bar Locally sourced seafood fare, as well as the hotel’s signature COMO Shambhala cuisine by Executive Chef Jonathan Lane at Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach. 2445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Seagrape Floridian brasserie helmed by James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein located at the The Confidante. 4041 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 786-605-4043
Club Drive, Aventura, 786-279-6800
111 South Surf Road, Hallandale Beach, 954-699-0901
300 Alton Rd., Suite 200, Miami Beach, 305-695-7702
Umi Sushi & Sake Bar A communal, Japanese-style dining experience in the lobby at Delano. 1685 Collins Ave.,
J&G Grill A contemporary bar and grill featuring a curated selection of Jean-Georges’ innovative dishes, at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-993-3333
Kuro Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood’s newest culinary innovation offering new-style Japanese cuisine with handcrafted dishes featuring both locally sourced and imported ingredients direct from Japan. 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, 954-327-7625
Le Zoo Stephen Starr’s latest South Florida eatery combines French spirit with the hustle and bustle of Miami, creating a lively dining experience in a brasserie setting that will transport diners to the iconic sidewalk cafes of Paris. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-602-9663
Miami Beach, 305-674-5752
The Setai Grill Prime steak house with the finest seafood selections, accompanied by The Setai’s impressive wine list. 2001 Collins Ave., Miami, 305-520-6400
Smith & Wollensky Classic steak dishes, outstanding seafood, and an award-winning wine selection. 1 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-2800
Makoto Modern Japanese cuisine in the Bal Harbour Shops. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar Farm Fresh Southern Cooking, Bourbon and Blues. 1600 Lennox Ave.,
9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-864-8600
Miami Beach, 305-538-5220
Palm Restaurant Old New York-style steak house.
Villa Azur A taste of South of France combining exquisite food, fine wines, friendly service and inviting atmosphere. 309 23rd St., Miami Beach, 305-763-8688
Spris Lincoln Road The authentic Italian brick-oven thin-crust pizzas have made this casual spot a favorite for locals and visitors over the last 18 years. 731 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-673-2020
Vintro Kitchen Committed to the craft approach of food. A place where you can escape, live in the moment, explore the flavors, taste, experiment and share with your friends.
9650 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor Islands, 305-868-7256
ROK:BRGR Gourmet burger bar and gastropub with a modern approach on American comfort foods, located at The Village at Gulfstream Park. 600 Silks Run, Suite 1210, Hallandale Beach, 954-367-3970
STK Miami A freshly renovated, high-energy restaurant that artfully blends two concepts into one – The modern steakhouse and a chic lounge. 2311 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar Farm Fresh Southern Cooking, Bourbon and Blues. 1600 Lennox Ave.,
S3 An island-chic retreat with indoor-outdoor seating, lush patio with fire pits and custom-designed lounge seating with breathtaking views of the ocean serving steak, seafood and sushi. 505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale,
Miami Beach, 305-538-5220
NORTH DADE, BROWARD
St. Regis Bar & Sushi Lounge A modern Miami atmosphere with a Japanese twist, this Sushi Lounge is nothing short of luxury, at the St. Regis Resort. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour,
2216 Park Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-704-3680
Stripsteak With its classic menu, dynamic dining and bar scene, and sophisticated atmosphere, acclaimed Chef Michael Mina breaks new ground with Stripsteak, the modern alternative to the traditional steakhouse setting. 4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 877-326-7412
Sushi Samba Dromo Japanese-Brazilian fusion fare amid a bustling ambience. 600 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-673-5337 TALDE Miami Beach Features Dale Talde’s Asian-American cuisine at the Thompson Miami Beach. Dinner nightly with late-night hours on weekends. 4041 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 786-605-1094
Adena Grill & Wine Bar Elegant and upscale steakhouse with an authentic unique farm-to-fork experience, at The Village at Gulfstream Park. 900 Silks Run #1740, Hallandale
Taco Beach Shack World famous gourmet farm fresh tacos and cocktails, at Hollywood Beach Hotel. 334 Arizona Street,
Carpaccio Bal Harbour Shops’ most bustling spot for delicious Italian fare. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour,
Hollywood Beach, 954-920-6523
Tap 42 Enjoy a combination of Fort Lauderdale’s finest American Craft Beers, hand-crafted cocktails made from fresh local ingredients, a creative menu of burgers and other inventive dishes. 1411 S Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale,
Corsair Award-winning chef and television personality Scott Conant has crafted a rustic, seasonal menu rooted in the farmhouse cooking of America and the Mediterranean,
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Located in the heart of Downtown Miami’s Arts & Entertainment District, Fooq’s is a restaurant serving “Feel Good Food” in an urban, yet distinctly cozy setting. The farm-to-kitchen fare at Fooq’s features international menu selections that change seasonally. With its bright interior, the modern vibe at Fooq’s is calm and cool, evoking memories of home. Visit fooqsmiami.com
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6. TORO TORO Brought to downtown Miami by acclaimed Chef Richard Sandoval, Toro Toro offers a twist on the contemporary steakhouse by artfully blending Pan Latin flavors and creative sharing plates. Foodies can enjoy an extensive beverage menu, a well-curated collection of fine wines and exceptionally fresh ingredients in a sophisticated, sleek setting. Visit torotoromiami.com
7. VERDE As the exclusive caterer and operator for all events at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Starr Events presents Verde restaurant and bar helmed by Executive Chef Kaytlin Brakefield. The Miami-centric menu highlights fresh ingredients and local flavors along with specialty cocktails. Guests can enjoy dinner on Thursday nights and lunch Friday through Tuesday. Visit Verde-restaurant.com
Wall The W South Beach’s on-site hot spot from a dream team of nightlife innovators. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-938-3130
DESIGN DISTRICT, WYNWOOD
The Broken Shaker Laid-back indoor-outdoor bar featuring exotic handcrafted cocktails, at the Freehand Miami Hostel.
Rec Room New York-influenced upscale basement lounge, at the Gale Hotel. 1690 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, 305-531-2727
Gavanna “Vibe dictates the night” at Wynwood’s hot-spot. 10
Club Deuce Everyone’s favorite timeless dive bar.
NE 40th St., Miami, 305-573-1321
222 14th St., Miami Beach, 305-531-6200
The Regent Cocktail Club Dimly lit and classically elegant cocktail bar and lounge, at the Gale Hotel. 1690 Collins
Wood Tavern Artsy and relaxed indoor-outdoor enclave where hipsters, art-walk crawlers, and collectors mingle.
Drawing Room Bar & Lounge Mixologist Albert Trummer brings his signature libations and one of a kind blend of apothecary and designer cocktails to the Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach. 1801 Collins Ave, Miami
Rockwell Located on Miami’s historic Washington Avenue, this celebrity hotspot combines the perfect mix of LA cool, New York music and Miami energy. 743 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach 305-793-3882
FDR Subterranean lounge at the Delano. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-924-4071
Set A modern South Beach tribute to Old Hollywood glamour. 320 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-531-2800
Foxhole New watering hole and neighborhood bar owned by nightlife veterans. 1218 14th Court, Miami Beach, 305-534-3511
SkyBar The Shore Club’s exclusive nightlife setting overlooking the ocean. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-695-3100
Hyde Beach Enjoy artful mixology and José Andrés cuisine at Hyde Beach — the first oceanfront location of sobe’s premier nightlife brand at SLS Hotel South Beach.
Story A unique, high energy nightlife experience. The 27,000 square foot space is equipped with 60 exclusive VIP tables, five full-service bars and is transformed nightly into a circus-style setting with extravagant theatrics. 136 Collins
Bardot Intimate lounge featuring live music and an edgy scene. 3456 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-576-557 0
Avenue, Miami Beach, 786-975-2555
2531 NW 2nd Ave., Wynwood, 305-748-2828
DOWNTOWN, BRICKELL Blackbird Ordinary Catchy and energetic vibe with delicious cocktails hidden downtown. 729 SW First Ave., Miami, 305-671-3307
Blue Martini Upscale atmosphere with a local-bar mentality, at Mary Brickell Village. 900 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-981-2583
E11EVEN MIAMI A unique 24 / 7 No Sleep show club and after-hours experience that features beautiful entertainers and 11-style theatrics in an environment that is as sexy as it is sophisticated. 29 N.E. 11th Street, Miami, 305-829-2911
1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-455-2990
Ave., Miami Beach 305-538-2424
Jazid Intimate, live jazz and blues and nightly drink specials.
Kill Your Idol Hipster kids plus cheap drinks plus high irony equals a perfect night. 222 Española Way, Miami Beach,
Sunset Lounge Mondrian South Beach’s indoor/outdoor lounge is comprised of multiple spaces, offering the only bayside destination for watching the sunset over Miami’s downtown skyline. 1100 West Ave., Miami Beach,
1342 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-9372
Grand Central Former railRd. station turned contemporary event space with weekly events for Miami’s most discerning music lovers. 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-377-2277
Hyde AmericanAirlines Arena A posh VIP lounge on the court-level of the Arena. 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
LIV The hip, high-energy megaclub, at the Fontainebleau.
4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-4680
Libertine Downtown’s newest bar, featuring crafty cocktails and live music. 40 NE 11th Street, Miami, 305-363-2120
Mokaï A modern lounge with New York sensibility and Miami joie de vivre. 235 23rd St., Miami Beach, 786-735-3322
Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Co. A homegrown concept created by bartender John Lermayer along with partners Dan Binkiewicz and David Martinez serving world-class cocktails and creative American food. 237-B 20th Street, Miami Beach, 305-763-8217
Sidebar A sexy bar scene and idyllic outdoor garden for creative cocktails and modern sounds. 337 SW 8th Street,
Mynt A vibrant club that plays host to South Beach’s fabulous crowd. 1921 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Ted’s Hideaway A laid-back local bar with a pool table and a delightfully grungy scene. 124 Second St., Miami Beach,
Tobacco Road Miami’s oldest bar, serving patrons for more than 95 years. 626 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-374-1198
Nikki Beach Mostly outdoor hot spot to see and be seen. 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-538-1111
Twist Popular gay pit stop with late-night action and seven uniquely themed bars. 1057 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-9478
MIAMI BEACH Basement Miami A one-of-a-kind entertainment venue at the Miami Beach EDITION, complete with a nightclub, bowling alley and ice-skating rink. 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-257-4548
Purdy Lounge The perfect dark and laid-back local bar. 1811 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305-531-4622
Wall The W South Beach’s on-site hot spot from a dream team of nightlife innovators. 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Radio Bar Hip local bar, new to the SoFi area. 814 First St.,
Miami Beach. 305-397-8382
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#trending for the summer In the mIdst of mIamI’s sIzzlIng summer, we scoured the cIty to fInd the hottest news feeds burnIng up the socIalsphere. By Carla Torres and KaTie JaCKson
What’s Up, Doc? Enzyme doctor @DrMatthewCooper has set up shop at @Faena’s Tierra Santa Healing House (1) to help you with all of your digestive and health needs. #TrustYourGut Brides to Be: Celebrate your last weekend of singlehood South Beach style with @DelanoBeachClub’s (4) infamous bachelorette packages. Bottles and daybeds included. #HappilyEverAfter
On a Tuesday: Work, work, work... your booty with the Miami Heat’s lead dancer, Tiffany Jackson, every Tuesday at @Anatomyat1220’s BootyWork’s nightlife-meets-the-fit-life class. @MSBootyWork #FitLife Cool Runnings: Strut through the colorful streets of Miami’s Art District every first Wednesday of the month during the Wynwood Art Run (5), which ends with @Pilathon rooftop yoga and local yogi-lebrity @CatVanHaayen. #Namastizzle Rock On: @ModestMouse and @BrandNewRock are stopping by Bayfront Park July 8 to shake the ground beneath your feet as part of
their first-ever co-headlining tour. #MusicToYourEars Summer Bod: Get your sweat on with fitness app @TRNMeApp that sends elite personal trainers to your home, hotel room, pool, or anywhere else in Miami. #MuscleBeach Hotline Bling: Missed @ChampagnePapi’s (6) cameo during @BadGalRiRi’s (aka #Rihanna) Anti World Tour? Then catch #Drake on his #SummerSixteenTour at @AmericanAirlinesArena. Get your tickets ASAP if you want good #VIEWS. Bottoms Up: Drink a beer and save the marine wildlife with
@SaltwaterBrewery’s #EdibleSixPack (3)—a biodegradable six-pack ring that turns into fish food. Chef’s Choice: Take your taste buds on a culinary tour through Japan with @KatsuyabySBE’s (2) eight-course traditional and ever-changing omakase menu. Think sushi on sushi on sushi. #SoMuchSushi Art for All: Pérez Art Museum Miami (@PAMMpics) under the direction of Franklin Sirmans announced the acquisition of over 100 pieces of art from Craig Robins, Jorge Pérez, and others on display permanently. #pammpics #Cultured #MuseumLife
photography by Nik koeNig (FaeNa Spa); CourteSy oF art yoga ruN (yoga); DaNa eDelSoN/NbC/NbCu photo baNk via getty imageS (Drake)
Warm-Up: Are you ready for some football? Tune in on August 12 when the @MiamiDolphins face the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium for the preseason opener. #StrongerTogether #FinsUp
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