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FEATURES 28 They Live to Give Meet 5 philanthropists whose passion for giving is not just inspiring—it’s helping them make a difference.

37 Santa’s Little Helper Our gift guide’s got 41 excellent ideas to help take the stress out of holiday shopping.

46 Raise Your Paws Paws Up resort in Montana takes glamping to a higher level.

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EAT, DRINK & EAT SOME MORE At this month’s Doral Food & Wine Festival.

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The Doral Relay for Life is a philanthropic tradition you’ll want to be a part of.

Lace up your trainers and get ready to walk for a cause at Doral Relay for Life/Harvest for Hope. At this yearly event, team members take turns walking around a track or designated path during the six- to 24-hour event, which requires each team to have a member in motion on the track at all times to signify the fact that cancer never sleeps. Each team sets up a themed campsite at the event and continues its fundraising efforts by collecting donations for food, goods, games and activities, with the money counting toward the team’s fundraising goal. The event’s beginnings go back to May 1985, when Dr. Gordon Klatt walked and ran for 24 hours around a track in Tacoma, Washington, to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Friends, family and patients watched and supported him as he rounded the track trying to think of a way to get others to take part. He came up with the 24-hour Relay for Life, and the following year, 19 teams were part of the first Relay, raising $33,000. Dr. Klatt passed away in 2014, at age 71, from heart failure after battling stomach cancer. But his legacy lives on in a big way—the Relay for Life event has raised more than $5 billion worldwide, and now you can be a part of it. This year’s event takes place Saturday, November 18, from 2 p.m.-9 p.m. at Doral Downtown Park, 8395 NW 53rd St., Doral; for more information, call Nikolai Guzman at 305-779-2843 or visit



Is there anything we’d rather do in South Florida than eat and drink? Combine that with a party atmosphere, and you’ve got a winning concept: the Doral Food & Wine Festival, to be specific. The second annual DFWF, as it’s known, will showcase nationally and internationally recognized wineries along with the best restaurants from around Doral and the entire South Florida region. On the agenda: Chef Showdowns, culinary and mixology demonstrations, live music, interactive retail displays, and, new this year due to popular demand, a children’s section. Sample wines, craft beers and spirits, chat with sommeliers, brew masters and distillers, and tuck into treats from eateries such as Cooper’s Hawk Winery, Angelo Elia’s, Suviche and Aromas Del Peru, among others. The festival’s going on Saturday, November 4, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday, November 5, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Doral Central Park, 3000 NW 87th Ave., Doral. Tickets can be purchased online at

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And Terra Group is at the forefront with its continued development in Doral. The real estate community is buzzing about the fact that Terra Group recently secured a $60 million construction loan for its planned retail center, located near the Trump National Doral Miami. What to expect from the center: 81,000 square feet of stores and restaurants, according to the South Florida Business Journal. The site is close to a number of up-and-coming developments in Doral, including Codina Partners’ Downtown Doral project and CityPlace Doral. The Miami-based Terra Group is also building a 78,000-square-foot, mixed-use office building in Coconut Grove called Mary Street with Mayfair Real Estate Advisors, plus they own the single-family-home community of Modern Doral, along with Doral Commons, which is occupied by Publix, Citibank, McDonald’s and TJ Maxx.


In this ever-growing city, this workshop can benefit every entrepreneur.

Whether you’ve already established a company or you’re just preparing to start one of your own, the Start-Up Doral Series of Doral and the Doral Chamber’s “How to Start and Run a Successful Business in Doral” can be beneficial. Held the first Thursday of every month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., the series consists of a workshop for the first



hour and networking during the second, features guest speakers (if you own a business in Doral and are interested in hosting, email and is free of charge through a partnership between the Doral Chamber City of Commerce, the City of Doral and local area businesses. It takes place at the Doral Government Center, 3rd Floor Training Room, 8401 NW 53rd Terrace; for more information, call 305-477-7600 or email

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all well & good

By Alison Ryan

It’s that time again—holiday parties and merriment are commencing, and you need to be ready to shine. Barry Beck, founder of Blue Mercury, a new luxury beauty retailer on Fort Lauderdale’s Las Olas Boulevard and Miami’s Lincoln Road, shares his top product picks that use nature to obtain a good-for-you holiday glow. M-61 PowerGlow Peel ($28) Think of it as a serious time-eraser in a neat little package. This one-minute, one-step exfoliating peel resurfaces, clarifies and firms the skin. M-61 Vitablast C Serum ($92) Packed with concentrated vitamin C, this face serum protects skin from environmental stressors and naturally brightens skin. Lune+Aster RealGlow Primer ($30) For makeup that will outlast any late-night holiday party, prep your face with this lightdiffusing primer made with vitamin E, licorice and appleseed extract.

Have a Blue (Mercury) Christmas READY. SET. GLOW!

Probiotics for Your Face? Products from LaFlore help balance good bacteria on your skin.

By now you’ve probably heard about the benefits of taking probiotics to help boost your gut health, but what about slathering them on your face? While you could simply apply a yogurt mask, the luxury skincare line LaFlore is just one of many new skincare products developed with live probiotics. So how does it work? The brand offers a three-step system with a Probiotic Cleanser, Daily Defense Moisturizer and Serum Concentrate that are designed to balance good bacteria on your skin. “Unlike other skincare products, LaFlore gets to the root of the issue and targets skin dysfunction at its core,” says Maya Ivanjesku, V.P. of R&D LaFlore Skincare. “It goes to work to enhance the good flora, tackle unwanted flora and allow skin to function properly on its own. With consistent and continued use, skin will be renewed and collagen and elastin production will be improved, which means fewer lines.”



Lune+Aster Hydrabright Concealer ($26) Holiday stress be gone—at least on your face. Formulated with hyaluronic acid, shea butter and essential vitamins E, C and B5, this concealer melts into the skin to boost hydration. Use it to blur imperfections and hide dark shadows anywhere on the face. Blue Mercury, 1010 E. Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale; 954.779.1600. 1109 Lincoln Road, Miami;

All well & good

Running Wild If you’re running in a holiday 5K—like the “Turkey Trot,” perhaps—it’s time to get serious and train. Don Wennerstrom, owner of Fort Lauderdale’s longtime Running Wild store, shares four tips for crossing the finish line. TIP #1: It can be daunting to start out running

an entire distance, so build up gradually. Make it a goal to jog to a telephone pole and then walk to the next (for recovery). This challenges your mind, not just your body. TIP #2: Eat healthy. Cut out junk food and get

plenty of sleep.

TIP #3: Pack energy gels, which help

provide necessary nutrients to replace what is lost through sweat—primarily sodium and potassium. TIP #4: If you want to meet and train with

other runners, Running Wild has a free 5K “Funky Fun Run” at 6:30 p.m. every Thursday that weaves down scenic A1A and ends with sharing Funky Buddha beer on the pool deck of the Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. Running Wild, 2563 Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954-565-9400;

Fiery Fall

Forget apple-picking this autumn—go for this libation instead. Want to indulge in a fall cocktail, but could do without the guilt that comes with it? Take a cue from Brimstone Woodfire Grill, with locations in Doral and Pembroke Pines, and make this Fiery Appletini ($14), which combines two of autumn’s classic ingredients: antioxidantrich cinnamon and apples.

FIERY APPLETINI RECIPE ■ Fill a shaker 3/4 full with ice. ■ Add 1-1/2 ounces of Jack Fire Whiskey, 1/2 ounce of Cointreau, and a teaspoon of cane sugar ■ Cover and shake for 10 to 15 seconds, or until condensation forms on the outside of the shaker ■ Rim your martini glass with cinnamon sugar and strain cocktail into glass. Garnish with a bruléed apple slice. Brimstone Woodfire Grill, 14575 SW 5th St., Pembroke Pines, 954-430-2333; 8300 NW 36th St., Doral; 786-837-8960;





Founder and President, No More Tears Why did you start the non-profit? I was sexually abused as a child growing up in Pakistan, and a victim of rape at 13 years old when my family moved to Miami. When I was in India shooting Bollywood films, I also saw a lot of abuse—women raped, beaten and burned—and I realized that abuse was universal and I had to do something. I had $300,000 in savings, and I couldn’t think of a better way to invest my money. For me, it’s taking everything awful that happened, and bringing something good out of it. What’s the mission of No More Tears? We provide every service imaginable for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. Unlike shelters, there’s no wait list and we work directly with volunteers, families and hotels to house victims immediately. No one takes a salary and a hundred percent goes to our victims’ services programs. Describe your proudest moment. There are so many, but the best moment of my life was watching our first abuse victim in Miami, who had chunks of hair missing and bruises all over her body when we met her, graduate with a Ph.D. from Nova in 2011. Since starting the non-profit in 2007, we’ve helped more than 5,000 men, women and children.



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Some gave up their high-paying

corporate jobs to start non-profits.

Others fund-raise millions of dollars for those need. All have given everything they can to help others in need.

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Houdard Co-Founder, Pipeline Workspaces Founder, Developing Minds Foundation

What sparked the idea to start Developing Minds Foundation? When my grandfather passed away, at his funeral I had the opportunity to think about his legacy as a humane physician and what I could do to make an impact outside of work. The concept of bringing education to kids in violent slums in Brazil, or to former child soldiers in Colombia, was something that resonated with me, especially since as a child I witnessed the impact of war on the lives of older people in my village in France, which had suffered so much from last century’s world wars. How does your non-profit help others? We go into some of the most dangerous slums and war-torn neighborhoods in Latin America, and after we identify what these kids need, we pinpoint a strong local partner to help build a classroom or a literacy project. The idea is to introduce education to break the cycle of violence and create the opportunity for a better life. What impact have you personally seen? Thanks to social media, I keep in touch with many of these kids. It’s amazing to see them smile again, reunite with their families, go to school regularly, and develop positive lifechanging habits. For these kids to step into an environment where people genuinely care about them, and map out a path for a future, is the single most important thing we can do for them.









Berkowitz Donor & Supporter, Voices For Children Foundation

What sparked your interest in Voices for Children? I read an article in the Miami Herald that spoke about the need for advocacy for kids in foster care. Once I completed the Guardian ad Litem training in 1995 and was assigned a case, I saw firsthand the tremendous impact that having an advocate in court made for kids whose parents are charged with abuse or neglect. Later, I joined the board of Voices For Children Foundation, which funds the GAL Program, and have worked with them since 1995.  How has your fundraising made a difference? Without fundraising, the program couldn’t do as much as it does. In supporting the annual “Be a Voice Gala,” we help raise money so that Voices can fund not only the Guardian ad Litem program, but also children’s needs, which can be anything from back-to-school supplies and uniforms to assisting foster parents with extraordinary needs that children in their care may have. How has the organization changed you personally? Having a small part in the lives of kids in foster care has shown me that will, determination and commitment to improve lives is possible. It motivates me every day to speak for the voiceless, to act for those that can’t, and to never give up on working for a better community.





Collins Founder & Executive Director, Lotus House

Why did you leave your job in commercial real estate investments to start a shelter for homeless women and children? I was supervising the development of a high-end luxury building and saw a homeless woman bathing in a fountain at the building. I sat with her daily, and as I began to investigate what options were out there for women in her situation, I discovered it would be nearly impossible to get off the streets without a helping hand. What fuels your passion? My passion is steadfast because I see the difference that the shelter makes in people’s lives every day. I’ve watched women who have lived on the streets for decades get the keys to their own apartments, along with children and their mothers who are finally able to move into an apartment together. Seeing the joy on their faces, and the relief—I can’t imagine being more richly rewarded. How are you helping Lotus House move forward? Since opening our doors in 2006, Lotus House has sheltered thousands of women and children, and now we’re advancing from aging facilities to a new state-ofthe-art comprehensive shelter that will double our capacity on a nightly basis. Lotus Village will be a national model at a time when communities across the country look to find innovative solutions.



Jofre-Collett Board Member, Baptist Hospital South Florida


Lourdes What drew you to fundraising for Baptist Hospital? People knew me from my work with the Museum of Contemporary Art and thought I could do a good job at Baptist. I wanted to help in another area other than art, and healthcare is a passion for me. I started with a bang in 2010, when they invited me to plan the 50th anniversary of Baptist Health, and since then I’ve been involved in seven to eight fundraisers. How do you approach planning a gala or event? When someone comes to me with an idea that touches me, like with the hospital, I live and breathe bringing that event to life. I’ll dream about it, write things down in the middle of the night and customize every detail. I’ve been accused of living outside the box. I look to insert creativity and bring eye-candy to the guests—people wouldn’t come if we didn’t provide them with the right formula. What inspires you to keep fundraising? I’ll do whatever it takes to have a healthier community. With the new Miami Cancer Institute and Baptist’s many areas of expertise, so many people come here to be cared for and people need to know about our successes. A gala is not a party, it’s a way of celebrating accomplishments and bringing awareness to the community.



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How to spoil a little one: with this Burberry Kids Unisex Heart Check Cashmere Scarf. $350, at

The Slip Queen printed silk pillowcase helps prevent damage to hair (and a fresh blow-dry!) while one sleeps. $79, at

A mink one can actually wear in South Florida: this chic Genuine Mink Fur Slide Sandal by Givenchy. $595, at

Even little ones love their tunes, so wrap up these Barbie GEO POP Kids' Headphones. $18.29, at Target stores and

Little ones will get a kick out of Beep the Robot Magnetic Blocks by Manhattan Toy. $27.99, at



Leica's Sofort Compact Instant Camera features a built-in flash and retractable zoom and develops highquality photos in an instant. $299, at

Geography geek or not, every kid is bound to enjoy the Intelliglobe Replogle Globes Light-Up Black Ocean Globe. $111.25, at

Fancy up her phone with this Dolce & Gabbana Floral Embellished iPhone 7+ Case. $475, at Neiman Marcus and

Franck Muller Curvex Automatic Color Dreams Watch with handstitched alligator band. $13,586, at

For kids who love to cuddle: Little Friend Sissi Piglet stuffed animal is the perfect pick. $35, at





Schoenhut Classic Baby Grand Piano, including Schoenhut's Learning System and bench (also comes in black), $105; at Guitar Center, Hallandale Beach, and

Qlocktwo Qlock Two Classic handcrafted clock displays the time in written words and turns it into a statement; $3,790, at

Add some swag to her bag: Rebecca Minkoff Fox Fur Tail Bag Charm in Multi. $68, at

For that impish friend of yours who likes a nip here and there: "May You Never" 5 oz. flask. $27, at Nike Air Huarache Run Ultra sneakers are ideal for the man on the run. $120, at Foot Locker, Pembroke Lakes Mall, and



Smart and sleek: Thom Browne Pebble-Grain Leather Cardholder, $290; at

Lanvin Hexagonal Metal Cuff Links (also available in Dark Grey Silver) are just right for a man of style. $185, at

Something altogether new and different for fragrance lovers: Escentric Molecules Molecule 04. $85, at

British style, to go: that's what this Ted Baker EVI Chelsea Grey travel bag is all about. $295; at Ted Baker, Aventura, and

Festively packaged, Kiehl's Gently Exfoliating Body Scrub Soap Bars are the right stocking stuffer for everyone on your list. $12, at Kiehl's, Aventura, and





If you're looking to give a total showstopper of a gift, the Kate DĂŠgradĂŠ Genuine Python Crossbody Bag by Saint Laurent is it. $2,150, at

The world traveler on your gift list will light up at the sight of this Personalized Passport Cover (fits up to three initials), $75, at

For the guy who doesn't do gold: Steve Madden's stainless steel Bead Bracelet. $40, at

Strap to sneakers and off they go: Ferrari Flashing Wheels Bracket Skates. $49.99, at

Kim Seybert Pleather Pups Coasters will put a smile on any hostess's face. Six-piece set is $60, at



The Victoria's Secret Runway Patch Vanity Case is awash in love and kisses; $48, at

Kenneth Jay Lane gold-plated fauxpearl earrings, $40; at at

Soap & Glory's Box of Delights is filled with mini-treats is good, clean fun. $25, at Walgreens and

Kusmi Tea Tsarevna 2017 limited-edition Tea Tin contains a Russian blend of black tea, spices and orange. $29.90, at

Fashion-forward fellas will appreciate the PsychoBunny Diggle Tonal Heathered Button Placket Hoodie (available in six colors). $98, at Bloomingdale's, Aventura, and




GUIDE Nordstrom At Home's Distressed Copper Cocktail Shaker adds beauty to the bar. $39, at

Forgo the wallet gift in favor of the Secrid Cardslide, which holds six flat or four embossed cards, plus cash, small coins and two extra cards. $89.95, at OMG! Terez Girls' Emoji Duffel Bag (comes with matching makeup case) is too cool for school. $70, at

Fashion and technology merge in this Apple Watch Hermès with stainless steel case and Indigo Swift Leather Double Tour. $1,299, at

Socks are a holiday gift list staple, so make them fun—like this 3-pack of Mixed Pattern Socks by Paul Smith. $75, at Nordstrom, Aventura, and



The Polaroid PL300 Camera Drone with built-in WiFi camera live streams video and photos to any smart phone and flies up to 400 feet. $99.99, at Target stores and

A total wrap star: that's what this Cara New York Multicolor Faux Fur scarf is. $68, at

'Tis The Season 3-wick candle is scented with red apple, sweet cinnamon and cedarwood. $24.50, at Bath & Body Works, Shops at Pembroke Gardens, and

Maileg's Mini Kitchen Toy Set comes with a frying pan, kettle, pot, colander and three kitchen utensils (for children 3+). $124, at

In the Spirit of Rio by Bruno Astuto contains beautiful images of the city along with dining and shopping recommendations. $50, at

For the jock that loves to rock: SoundSport Pulse In-Ear Wireless Headphones by BOSE. $199.95, at



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paws By Michelle Payer


NOVEMBER 2017 Paws Up, a friends, family and couples hideaway favored by celebrities and those who want to be pampered like celebrities, where the Rolling Stones once booked the entire 37,000-acre resort for themselves.




CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: A horse-drawn carriage ride is just one of a number of popular activities at Paws Up; the 3,250-square-foot Wilderness Estates accommodate four to eight guests and come with a six-person hot tub on the private deck outside, and (lower right) a stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings and rustic luxury inside.

Step out of the Missoula, Montana, airport and breathe deeply.

The air is fragrant in Big Sky Country. Locals call it “Cowboy Cologne”—the sage that grows wild and scents the air and ranch hands that are abundant in Greenough, a 45-minute drive from Missoula International Airport, where the day we arrived 12 private planes were landing, many with passengers heading to our same destination. Carved wooden signs pop up like prairie dogs to announce the impending arrival at Paws Up, a 37,000-acre working cattle ranch that takes glamping to another level, challenges the most adroit city slicker and checks boxes off an adventurer’s bucket list in a matter of days. It’s not difficult to stop and smell the roses—or the sage, as it were. Here, time slows down and history swirls amidst unapologetic luxury. You’re treading in the same footsteps as Charles Lindbergh, who landed his private plane nearby to visit his ranch house, and further back in time, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, who ventured through these vast acres in 1806 on their return from the Pacific Northwest. They allegedly surveyed their surroundings atop a 175-foot cliff upon which you can (and should!) rappel. Originally intended as a private community and instead opening as a luxury ranch at the insistence of friends who thought it should be shared, owners David and Nadine Lipson named the resort “Paws Up” as a nod to dogs who raise their paws in happiness (avid animal lovers, the Lipsons have donated $250,000 to the Humane Society of Western Montana and host the annual Canine Classic run/hike, which draws 50,000 people). An interior designer, Nadine decorated the resort’s opulent accommodations, which range from luxury homes to safari-style tents, all spread apart on the acreage for unparalleled privacy and named for the camps Lewis and Clarks set up along their 7,000+-mile expedition. Wilderness Estate homes are richly decorated in fine western style with art and antiquities Nadine collected over the years placed throughout three master suites (all with large en-suite master bathrooms, cowhide rugs, midnight kitchens and walk-in closets), a loft game-room, cook’s kitchen and great room with a soaring vaulted ceiling and massive stone fireplace. An uplit art gallery is set into the hallway, while plush runners laid over slate floors ensure tootsies stay warm. You’ll want to be up early to enjoy a cuppa joe (there’s a Keurig in every home) on a 1,700-square-foot porch and watch the world go by, which in this case ranges from curious deer to soaring hawks and energetic squirrels. Here, the city is left far, far behind. Every luxury home, cabin and estate (ranging from 1,100 to 3,250 square feet) comes with a (seriously fun) metallic green Kia Soul in which to traverse dirt roads for five-minute drives to the Village (for casual dining), Spa Town and Wilderness Outpost, where all activities, from cattle drives to archery, commence.





ABOVE: Rappel from the famous Lookout Rock, with its views of the entire ranch and Blackfoot River below. BELOW: The traditional marshmallowroasting ritual. OPPOSITE: The full cowboy experience can be yours here, from horseback riding to cattle herding to equestrian lessons.

Those who don’t want to drive can request transportation via the Paws Up app, downloadable upon check-in and synced to your phone through a personal code. Divided into two topic headings, Concierge or Transportation, someone is on call 24 hours to manage any request. Should you forget toothpaste or contact lens solution, simply send a message. Want to know what the weather will be like? How soon the driver will arrive? How tall the cliff is off which you’re rappelling? Send a message. Responses are nearly instantaneous. Luxury Camps with their safari-style tents can be booked May through September and are set apart on the ranch’s most picturesque spots, most on the banks of the legendary Blackfoot River (the movie A River Runs Through It was filmed nearby). Walk to the Paws Up Village along the river bank (about two miles from most camps) to explore and commune with nature, or request transportation via the app or Camp Butler. Yes, Butler. Each of the six camps has a dedicated butler, who serves breakfast and dinner and is the personal contact for six one- to three-bedroom sumptuous tents, all of which are glamorously appointed with chandeliers, en-suite baths with heated slate floors, mammoth showers and a private deck with hand-carved furniture. A path leads guests to the camp’s dining pavilion, whose private chef whips up healthy breakfasts and indulgences like local Montana bacon (don’t miss it) and huckleberry pancakes, and family-style dinners that include locally sourced ingredients, vegetarian delicacies and the ranch’s own award-winning Certified Angus Beef. In the evenings, gather around the campfire, share stories, sing “Home on the Range” after a few glasses of tasty Macallan scotch, and elevate your s’mores game with the Paws Up “certified Smoreologist,” Conor Dannis, who visits camps and takes the gooey, chocolatey delicacy to another level. Cuisine can’t be overstated here. Executive Chef Ben Jones oversees the camp dining, casual Trough restaurant in the Village, fine dining at Pomp (William Clark’s nickname for Sacajawea’s son) and Chuck Wagon dinners, a popular option for families. Throughout the year, he hosts food-and-wine gatherings that range from Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays to Winterfest (January



25-28, 2018), Montana Master Grillers (May 25-28, 2018), the annual Montana Master Chefs event (September 2018), a stream of James Beard award winners, Top Chef stars and a Cookbook Live series with notable authors. To work off the inevitable calories (and check multiple bucket-list adventure items), sign up for more than 50 adventures and scream like a kid riding an ATV through the wilderness, rappelling down a 175-foot cliff, white-water rafting and fly-fishing down the Blackfoot River or whooping it up on an authentic cattle drive (no joke—you’re herding cattle to new pastures and watering holes). Learn to shoot pics “from a worm’s point of view” hiking the wilderness with your iPhone and resident photographer Stuart Thurlkill, and “Get Primitive” with mountain man Gary Steele, who teaches tracking, fire-making and primitive skills, and, as he says, “adventures kids can take home and do with their parents. I get them away from the screens and tablets; once outside, nature does its work.” Wintertime activities are just as robust, with dogsledding, ice-skating, snowmobiling and the newest and most outrageous activity, Skijoring, a sport popular in Nordic countries whereby skiers are pulled by dogs or a horse. With wobbly legs, head to Spa Town, an inviting collection of spa tents that look like a miners’ encampment and where you’ll find some of the best spa treatments and yoga classes this side of the Rockies. Then maybe it’s back to your wilderness home for a soak in the six-person, outdoor hot tub. You’ll never look at camping the same way again. For more information, rates and packages, visit



Top by Wolford. Scarf and pants by Michael Kors Collection. Shoes by Robert Clergerie. Bracelets by Third Crown.

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Matters of Style

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Stellar Shades These Givenchy sunnies will have you seeing stars — literally. Their aviator style makes them a classic, too. $400; available at Intermix stores and

From the perfect red lipstick to pink satin heels to pops of leopard print, here are November’s musts and lusts. By Maria Tettamanti

Making Scents Hermès just launched a fragrance to court millennials: Twilly d’Hermès. A heady mix of ginger, tuberose and sandalwood, the bottle boasts an iconic Twilly silk scarf. Ooh la la. $79 and up; available at Hermès and Sephora stores.

Twinkle Toes Embellished with crystals, these Sophia Webster satin sandals are a proverbial party for your feet. $895; available at

Cool Coat Looking to spice up that simple-tee-and-jeans look? Slip on this Diane von Furstenberg faux fur coat and make a bold, blue impression. $600; available at



Good Vibes Only Ward off bad juju…in style. This Jennifer Meyer 18-karat gold evil eye necklace will do the trick. Take that, Negative Nellies! $3,550; available at

Perfectly Painted Pout Seeking the perfect red lippie? Look no further than Charlotte Tilbury’s Shanghai Nights lipstick. The limited-edition hue is created with the makeup guru’s bestselling Matte Revolution formula, to help create an expertly executed red lip. $34; available at

Posh Pendants The statement earring trend is alive and well. These lapislaced Magama baubles add a serious dose of glam to any ensemble. $650; available at and Boho Hunter boutique.

Fashion Fact Pom poms and leopard print make everything more fun. To wit: this Jocelyn shearling hat and Agnelle gloves, both of which are ideal for your next trip to cooler temps. $125 for hat and $168 for gloves; available at Intermix stores and

Glow Forth Bluemercury—a beauty buff’s heaven— just opened a brick-and-mortar store on Lincoln Road and it’s a big deal for the brand’s cult following. Their proprietary label, m-61, is your go-to peel for radiant skin. $28 to $110; available at



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Mama mia! Authentic Italian cuisine is just down the street in Weston, at Bellini Italian Bistro.


f you spend any time with Matteo Migliorini, Italian-born executive chef and co-owner of Bellini Italian Bistro in Weston, you’ll hear the phrase “Mama mia!” naturally roll off his tongue—referring to South Florida traffic, to what passes as “authentic” Italian cuisine, and really anything else that prompts astonishment. Born near Stresa, a picturesque town on Lake Maggiore closeby the Italian alps, Chef Migliorini began his culinary studies at age 14 in the prestigious E. Maggia cooking school and has spent the rest of his life crisscrossing the globe and honing his skills at hotspots such as London’s famed members-only Harry’s Bar. London proved too cold and rainy for him, so Migliorini packed up his kitchen knives and headed to Florida. It was during a stint at Miami Beach’s Bice restaurant that he met Diego Ucciferri and the two decided to realize their dream and open Bellini Italian Bistro, first on Miami Beach and now, their newest, in Weston. Since 2012, Bellini has generated a loyal following in Weston for the classic Italian cuisine Chef Migliorini has perfected for the last 35 years: tomatoes, Parmesan cheese and prosciutto direct from his homeland; housemade pizza dough that rises for two days; freshly made pappardelle, fettuccine, gnocchi and ravioli, and weekly specials that have a cult fol-



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ABOVE: Linguine Frutti di Mare. BELOW: Chef Matteo Migliorini.



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table hopping CLOCKWISE: Blackened tuna with cannellini beans and avocado salad; Stinco D’agnello (lamb shank); Pizza Margherita.

lowing among the locals. Weston residents Aldo and Vicki Bartolone say they visit at least a few times a month for the “superb cuisine that’s Michelin Five Star at least,” raves Mr. Bartolone, who grew up on Italian fare and travels to Italy often. “We’re pretty finicky about food, and this is absolutely the best and most authentic.” His favorite dishes include the appetizer of Polipo Grigliato con Sedano ed Olive (grilled octopus served with black olives, celery, extra virgin olive oil and lemon) and the Linguine Frutti di Mare (linguini with shrimp, mussels, scallops, calamari, clams, garlic and tomato sauce). The robust menu is extensive and broken into sections by antipasti, insalate, pizza, pasta, main courses and dessert making it easy to navigate.

“We’re pretty finicky about food, and this is absolutely the best and most

authentic.”— Vicki Bartolone

Nevertheless, keep your ears open for daily specials, which are so popular that our lovely server, Esther, told us locals will call ahead and inquire if certain ones are on the menu that night. Favorites include pappardelle with braised short ribs, homemade black squid-ink linguine served with fresh tomatoes, white wine, Italian parsley and prawns, braised veal osso bucco, fettuccine with duck ragout, rack of lamb with rosemary demiglace, swordfish with parsley, lemon, shallots and extra virgin olive oil, a 14-ounce ribeye with peppercorn sauce and roasted sweet potatoes, and a mouthwatering zucchini flower appetizer, made tempura-style and stuffed with ricotta cheese, anchovies, basil, fresh pepper, Parmesan cream cheese and Prosciutto di Parma. The selection of daily specials is hard to beat; however, there are several menu standouts that deserve to be mentioned, including the simple yet delectable appetizers of prosciutto with melon and fresh mozzarella ($12); Polpette (meatballs in tomato sauce with ricotta cheese) ($9), and the Saute di Cozze, sautéed mussels with choice of white wine or red sauce ($12). Don’t miss the Tonno Bellini, a blackened tuna served with



cannellini beans, avocado, cherry tomato, onion and spicy mayo ($32). Once a daily special, Chef Migliorini added it to the menu by popular demand, and it is exquisite. Though it may be difficult, save room for dessert, especially the Nutella Pizza, a 10-inch “pie” made in the restaurant’s wood oven, covered in Nutella and topped with powdered sugar and strawberries upon request ($10), and the lighter-than-air Panna Cotta con Fragole, served with fresh strawberries ($8). Everything that comes out of Bellini’s lively kitchen speaks to Executive Chef Migliorini’s Italian heritage and passion for flavorful, authentic cuisine. “I create classic cuisine using fresh ingredients and a-la-minute preparation,” he says, “nothing is ever pre-cooked.” Mama mia! Can you imagine? Bellini Italian Bistro is located at 2780 Weston Road, Weston, and is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Visit for the full menu; for reservations, call 954-306-0781.

Wheel Life



Giulia Sedan Stelvio SUV AND

Car-isma: Alfa Romeo’s sparkling new sedan and crossover are making Italian cars great again. By Steve Siler


long time has passed—22 years, in fact—since Alfa Romeo stopped selling cars here in the United States, and even longer since Alfa Romeo sold great cars here in the United States. Sure, a few of its gorgeous, quarter-million-dollar 8C coupes and roadsters made their way into collectors’ hands here circa 2010-2012, and since 2014, Alfa has offered a less expensive but infinitely less satisfying mid-engine sports car called the 4C here, too. But Alfa hasn’t sold any cars of any significance here since the last wedgy 164 sedan rolled off the boat in 1995, so you get a pass for not knowing anything about this storied Italian automaker and the two vehicles that are leading its charge back into the lucrative U.S. luxury automobile market: 1) Alfa Romeo was founded in 1910 in the famously fashionable city of Milan, and 2) it started racing in 1911. In other words, the new Alfa Romeo Giulia (pronounced “Julia”) sport sedan and Stelvio SUV have style and speed in their very DNA. They may look different in profile and face different competitors, but they share a common platform, are motivated by the same turbocharged four- and six-engine choices, and after driving both, I can say they’re as rich in character as pasta fagioli is in flavor. Furthermore, at the time of this writing, the high-performance, 505-hp Quadrifoglio models of each held respective world records around Germany’s infa-



mous, 12.9-mile Nürburgring racetrack, effectively earning the Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglios the distinction of being the world’s fastest sedan and SUV, respectively. All this while looking and feeling just so deliciously Italian. So, ben tornado—or welcome back— Alfa Romeo! We’ve missed you.


(BASE PRICE: $38,990, QUADRIFOGLIO: $72,995)

While it’s all too fashionable for modern sport sedans and crossovers to don the so-called “predatory look,” the Giulia has a death stare menacing enough to send its competitors scrambling away in search of their mommies. Like the Lexus IS, BMW 3-Series and Infiniti Q50 sedans, the Giulia is a rear-wheel-drive compact sedan, a set-up that gives it such a sexy, long hood and a rear-set cabin. To anyone familiar


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STEVEN G. IS HELPING SOUTH FLORIDA When Hurricane Irma was approaching we contacted our friends at Channel 10. We filled our 53’ trailer and two other trucks and headed to Key West.  We then filled our trailer and headed to Immokalee to do it again. Giving back to those in need is a very important part of our day-today philosophy. We began collecting for Harvey and had half of the trailer filled.  When Irma was too close, we held off on sending our trailer for safety reasons. It worked out that we were able to use the donations right in our own backyard.  Steven G. has a huge heart, and his team is right there with him.  We are huge supporters of Artists with Autism, ALFAIT, Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, Humane Society, Operation Lift Hope, and many more that are dear to our heart.  We have met so many wonderful people, some strangers, now friends who have opened their hearts and wallets and helped us to support so many less fortunate.

Josu Okiñena has won numerous awards for his interpretation, performance, and extensive research of Spanish music. Okiñena is the Research Coordinator at Musikene, the Higher School of Music of the Basque Country, and has a doctorate from the University of Valladolid. After winning first prizes at the San Sebastián Conservatory for both piano and chamber music, he went on to study with the Spanish pianist and composer Félix Lavilla. He then continued his studies at The Juilliard School in New York and in London, where he took part in master classes by such esteemed musicians as Krystian Zimerman, Bruno Leonardo Gelber and Ivo Pogorelich. He also took regular classes with Maria Curcio, a pupil of the legendary pianist Artur Schnabel. Having assimilated all these influences and combined them, creating his own highly personal style, Okiñena is now admired in concert halls all over the world.

JAMAICAN JERK FESTIVAL Love good food, Caribbean culture, and live music? Get ready for a party at the 16th annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival presented by Publix. It’s fun for the entire family, with a Kids Zone, live performances by international artists, and the Party Pavilion. The air will be thick with the aromas and flavors of Caribbeaninspired cuisine from more than thirty food vendors as well as culinary demonstrations by the Grace Village. The Publix Cook-Off Pavilion will feature Taste the Islands Chef Irie and Food Network’s two-time Chopped champion Chef Andre Fowles. It all goes down on November 12th, 2017, from 10 am to 10 pm at Markham Park in Sunrise. Tickets are $30 in advance; $140 for VIP and can be purchased at



Wheel Life

Alfa Romeo Stelvio

with Alfa Romeo’s stylistic history, the V-shaped grille and lateral lower air intakes make the Giulia unmistakable as such, though the Giulia’s Alfa-ness is expressed with particular intensity through its elongated headlamps that dip down along the bottom yet cut straight across the top. Together with the broad chin, they impart the car with a sense of formidable width. Further back, the design grows more conventional, not unlike that of the 3-Series only more voluptuous, terminating in a ducktail decklid and rear bumper that could have come off a Ferrari. While Alfa Romeo is ostensibly a luxury brand, the Giulia’s interior is decidedly free of frivolous poofery, no kitschy clocks or gathered leather—that’s the realm of its fellow FCA-owned Maserati brand. Rather, the Giulia’s cabin is all business, with firm but perfectly bolstered sport seats, low-gloss materials mostly rendered in black, and large round instrument dials nestled in Alfa’s signature dual-pod design. Like the BMW 3-Series and Lexus IS, the Giulia is tight on rear-seat space, and the slick-looking infotainment system is controlled by a dial-type controller that resembles those of Audi, BMW and MercedesBenz without working quite as well as any of them, but those gripes pale next to the pleasure of gripping one of the industry’s best steering wheels, with its flat-bottom, thin-rimmed design. One press of the Engine Start button sprouting from the steering wheel hub fires the standard Giulia’s 2.0-liter turbocharged fourcylinder, a 280-hp powerhouse, to life. The standard transmission is an eight-speed automatic with manual shifting enabled by gigantic shift paddles behind the wheel. Turn that wheel and response is immediate, with brilliant body control and copious steering feel even in aggressive corners. Enthusiasts will certainly prefer the more tail-happy rear-drive model, but all-wheel drive is available, too. And then there’s the aforementioned Giulia Quadrifoglio, with its 505-hp twin-turbo V-6, standard all-wheel drive and choice of sixspeed manual or eight-speed automatic transmissions. Nearly double the price of the base Giulia, the Quadrifoglio dials everything the base Giulia delivers in terms of looks and feel up to 11, and it only seems pricey until you drive a BMW M3 or Mercedes-AMG C63 and realize they’re nowhere near as fun yet can cost much more. I only got to drive this one about 20 miles, but they’re 20 miles I won’t soon forget. In a word, it’s bellissimo.


Alfa Romeo Giulia

Alfa Romeo Stelvio

• Intimidating yet charming looks

• Basically a Giulia wagon on stilts

• Tight back seat

• Snug but comfortable interior

• Scintillating handling

• Hatchback utility

• Cure for the common 3-series

• An SUV with character— what a concept!


Alfa Romeo Giulia


The Stelvio is basically a Giulia in SUV form. While it’s priced slightly higher, so too is its suspension, giving it greater ground clearance, which, combined with its standard all-wheel drive, affords the Stelvio nominal off-road capability. The longer roof and hatch-style cargo access add some genuine utility, too. That said, it’s no Suburban in terms of space; indeed, the Stelvio should really be considered more of a sport sedan with a backpack than a conventional SUV in designer duds. If you want to know what the Stelvio is like to drive, just go back and re-read what we said about the Giulia—it’s tight inside, especially in back, and pretty much all of the Giulia’s character-rich interior elements are installed verbatim. The headlamps look even more menacing on the road with the entire span of their brow line illuminated in LEDs. Arriving as it did a few months after the Giulia, the Stelvio may just be hitting dealerships as you read this, but it’s widely expected to be more popular than the Giulia once word gets out how good it is. As for the Stelvio Quadrifoglio, those aren’t slated to arrive until 2018 at a price point expected to be a touch higher than its sedan counterpart. To test drive the models reviewed here, visit Planet Alfa Romeo Fiat, 9975 NW 12th St., Miami.




A lighting legacy since 1924, Capitol Lighting helps you find the right lighting solution to transform your space. From a small shop in Newark, N.J., in 1924 to now more than 85,000 square feet of showroom space in eight cities, the Lebersfeld family’s retailing tradition at Capitol Lighting celebrates nine decades of “making lives brighter.” Capitol Lighting offers products from hundreds of designer brands. From one-of-a-kind chandeliers to classic table lamps, our experienced lighting experts are here to help you find the perfect solution for your home. Let us show you why we’re the trusted name in lighting. Visit your local showroom in East Fort Lauderdale at the corner of Federal Highway and Sunrise Blvd, or visit for additional showroom information.

A lucky South Florida veteran had the chance to test out his football coaching prowess with the Miami Dolphins thanks to South Florida Ford. The organization partnered with the Miami Dolphins and MISSION UNITED to award a veteran the opportunity to serve as the team’s “Coach for a Day” during a pre-season training session. Veteran Alex Mera was chosen through United Way of Broward County’s MISSION UNITED initiative in recognition of his service, exceptional merits and contributions to the organization. MISSION UNITED aims to support U.S. military service members, veterans and their families by helping them re-acclimate to civilian life. Since its inception, MISSION UNITED has assisted more than 3,000 Broward County veterans with housing, employment, education, emergency financial aid, legal and health services. Mera spent a day at the Miami Dolphins training facility working side by side with the team’s coaches and staff for a complete day of training and a dream come true. South Florida Ford encompasses 28 Ford dealers throughout the Southern half of Florida. Focusing on humanitarian efforts, South Florida Ford is proud to support Autism Speaks, Cystic Fibrosis, and Susan G. Komen. They’re not just about cars and trucks, South Florida Ford is about going further for its community and people.

TUBS &MORE Doug Johnson and his wife Jayne opened Tubs & More 31 years ago. What began as a business aimed at builders and plumbers has now become a frequent stop of interior decorators and anyone interested in a new, state-of-the-art bathroom.  “We have a few lines that are special to us, and we sell them at builders‘ costs. Once we get your business you’ll be a customer for life,” states Johnson.  The beautiful showroom speaks for itself, but it is the expert staff that will make you feel at home. “This is the best staff we have ever had. Jayne and I really heavily on Jan, Rodney, and Katie, and now our son Trevor has joined the team. We know how intimidating it can be walking into one of the superstores. Our team will greet you at the door and do a needs analysis to ensure we fulfill all of your needs. ” Whether you are moving into a Weston are home or a condo along the beach, Tubs & More has what you are looking for.”  Tubs & More, 1387 Shotgun Road, Sunrise, 954-423-2250. inDORAL MAGAZINE


outጃabout Patrick Malmann, Maria do Carmo Fulfaro and Armando Arana.

Claudia Mariaca, Ambassador Adalnio Senna Ganem and Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez.

Doral Heart Brazil Event “Doral Heart Brazil”—held at The Government Center in Doral in partnership with Simply Marketing/Maria Fulfaro—celebrated the anniversary of Brazil’s independence with a reception and exhibit of works from award-winning Brazilian artists and photographers, including renowned artist Fernanda Frangetto. At the event, the city’s mayor and councilmembers presented Ambassador Adalnio Senna Ganem, Consul General of Brazil, with a proclamation for Brazil Day 2017.

Artists Graziella Gadia and Clara Piquet.

Sculptor Fernanda Frangetto and Liana Rivas. Mariza Formaggini, Di Roberto, Ivonete Leite and Jade Matarazzo.




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Courtesy condo guest suites are an offering unique to RIVA residents. Out of the dozens of amenities offered to Riva residents, perhaps the most unique are the complimentary suites available for visiting guests. Three fully furnished one-bedroom, one-bathroom suites are located on Riva’s fourth floor, overlooking the tranquil reflecting pool. Whether residents are entertaining out-of-town visitors for a weekend stay or longer, the complimentary courtesy suites are a hospitable option. There is no rental charge, only a modest housekeeping fee for fresh linens and turn-down service. “I believe Riva is the only new condo development in Fort Lauderdale to offer these types of accommodations,” says Grant Lundberg, director of sales for Riva. “Our guest suites provide an enhanced level of privacy and convenience for all parties.” Riva is comprised of only 100 exquisitely designed residences in a 15-story building with a sleek, contemporary Italian design. Two- and three-bedroom residences start from $748,000 and penthouses from $2.25 million.


226 Egret Court, Weston 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 3-car garage, 18,000-square-foot cul-de-sac lot Rose Sklar (954) 298-3626 | Dean Sklar (954) 298-3616 | Tucked on a quiet cul-de-sac, this custom-built one story screams elegance. Over 3,700 square feet under air on one of the largest 18,000+ square feet lots in Egret Landings. Gleaming marble floors throughout living areas with decorator touches everywhere. This home has been totally remodeled. Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, double ovens, wine refrigerator, instant hot, granite and more. Elegant triple crown moldings, French doors, full hurricane protection including impact front doors and accordions. All baths tastefully remodeled. Triple split floor plan with attention to every detail. Resort style heated pool with expanded marble decking and pergola, fully ficus hedged for ensured privacy.  Please call Rose or Dean Sklar for a showing.


Transforming South Florida’s skylines. Boca Raton resident Art Falcone got his start as the youngest McDonald’s franchisee in the world. By the age of 23, he was managing McDonald’s franchises all across New York City. Falcone grew his burger franchise into a billion-dollar business, with developments across the country. He now runs national real estate firm Encore Capital Management from its Boca Raton headquarters and is pumping millions into the Sunshine State. In South Florida, he’s responsible for the exquisite new PARAMOUNT Fort Lauderdale Beach luxury condos, the $3 billion Miami Worldcenter project and the $350 million renovation of the Fashion Mall in Plantation, now a mixed-use project called Plantation Walk, among others. His effect on South Florida’s sparkling skyline extends beyond construction—it’s transforming the way our residents live. Art and Encore Capital Management continue to impact South Florida by delivering luxury residences, open-air shopping centers and modern mixed-use developments that help keep sunny South Florida a desirable place to live, work and play. inDORAL MAGAZINE


Timothy Walker and DaniĂŠ Gomez-Ortigoza.

Cleaveland Jones and Iva Kosovic.

No More Tears No More Tears hosted its 2nd annual Heart in Hand Awards in October at EAST, Miami, honoring women in the community for their contributions as activists, artists, philanthropists, influencers and pioneers. The event kicked off with a silent auction and cocktails, followed by the award ceremony, lunch and live music.

Angeles Almuna, Katharine Rubino and Mary Jo Shore.

Tanya Salami, Erin Newberg and Tanya Brillembourg.

Kim Caceres and Yumi Yazawa.

Ines Rivero and Elysze Held. Yolanda Berkowitz, Eva Hughes, Kathryn Mikesell, Somy Ali, Meg Daly and Christina Getty.



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“Choosing the surgeon who will actually take care of you is by far the most important decision a

Dr. William Leone: Experience the Difference

Dr. Leone has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s top orthopedic surgeons and for more than 25 years has provided care for thousands of patients with complex hip and knee issues by combining the latest techniques and technologies with a gentle and compassionate approach. He emphasizes gentle soft-tissue handling and meticulous, precise implantation to deliver the best, most-consistent results and overall experience possible.

The Leone Center for Orthopedic Care

Dr. Leone and his entire team provide good, old-fashioned patient care with emphasis on the doctor/patient relationship. His entire staff is involved in each patient’s care, from the first phone call through post-operative visits. The mission for Dr. Leone and his staff is to restore quality of life and make every step count for every patient, by combining the latest proven technology and surgical expertise with compassionate care.

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The latest proven technologies, including computer navigation, kinematic sensors and robotics for knee replacements, as well as Dr. Leone’s own invention, the Pelvic Alignment Level, used during total hip replacements, help him achieve precise implant positioning and balancing. Each patient’s surgery is tailored to his or her specific needs and goals.

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