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Talk Magazine Miami Founder and Director Alexandre Soares Publisher Alice Morais Director of Photography André Schiliró Design & Art Direction Tiago Rocha Revision Alice Morais Interviewer Beto Biscaia Collaborators Ana Silveira, Diego Nunes

Talk Magazine Miami is property of Talk Magazine Miami LLC. It’s a free publication and its sale is prohibited. The magazine does not take responsability for opinions given in any of the signed articles. The before-mentioned people are the only ones authorized to speak in the name of Talk Magazine Miami. Printed in USA

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FOUNDER’S LETTER We proudly present a new product in the editorial market: a collection of the best articles from the most important media. Here you will find everything about lifestyle, luxury products, the most recommended restaurants and hotels. Besides that, our own fashion editorials with the best professionals from the industry. Enjoy our edition and stay tuned for the next ones! Alexandre Soares

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CONTENTS

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P.16 INTERVIEW P.18 BEAUTY P.36 HOT & CHIC P.46 CULTURE P.52 SUMMER COOL

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P.62 FASHION P.68 PRETTY IN PINK P.80 LIFESTYLE P.102 POINT OF VIEW P.140 TALK GIRL

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MARKO By Beto Biscaia

’ve been in Miami beach for 9 years now. I was born in Croatia and grew up in Cali & Boston. I had a tennis scholarship at Clemson University. Then I came to Florida to practice tennis and play professionally. But an injury turned me into modeling which turned me into nightlife.

Mr Miami? I wouldn’t give myself that title other than the one month of Ocean drive magazine where I actually was Mr Miami (laughs). I have put in a lot of time into the nightlife scene working with all the top restaurants , hotels, and clubs. With that, comes along taking care and taking out models, athletes, celebrities and major clients that become good friends. I’ve kept a clean and respectable reputation. I really love what I do and making Miami Beach a better place because has always been the goal. What exactly is your job ? Currently Michael Malone and I are partners at KNR Hospitality group, which runs all the food and drinks at the W hotel, consulting at the Thompson Hotel and owns Quattro restaurant. Michael and I also have an event called Model Volleyball that is run by our Partner Olivia Ormos. We just had our 7th annual event and we’re planning to expand it into other cities. We also helped start a tech company called Muzik, which is a disruptive hardware/software company launching the first smart connected headphones and other smart products. Jason Hardi is the owner/CEO and one of our best friends. We have raised money, invested, hired important team members and brought on celebs, influencers, events and brand collaborations. TALK Miami 18


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How do you make it in Miami ? For me it has always been pushing myself along with a great partner and pursuing the relationships we make in the clubs to translate them into other business. Along with partnering with people that have strengths that we might not have or connections that we don’t. You have more time in Miami than in other places because of how small the city is, which allows more time to work on more things in the most beautiful environment. Tell us one of your Best experiences? Our launch Party for Muzik on Palm Island hosted & DJ by Drake was surreal. What would be your perfect day? Running on South Beach with my favorite girl Tiga (my boxer), meeting up with friends on Lincoln Rd., having a good workout & steam at Anatomy and going party at Wall. Where is your Perfect girl from? Well i have always dreamed of getting married to a Croatian woman. What do you do Best? Making sure everyone has the Best Experience in everything I do. Whats your favorite country to visit? I have to say Spain...especially Ibiza. Favorite Stores? Disel, Zara and AllSaints. Favorite Restaurant? Texas do Brasil Bar? W hotel Lounge Bar . Beach? W hotel Beach. Did we make a good choice by interviewing you? I think it’s an honor to be a part of this magazine and I love telling my story because I came here by accident and started with nothing. Now I have put myself in a situation for a lot of growth and opportunities. Thank you !

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THE RIGHT EYE SHADOW: WHY TEXTURE MATTERS WHEN IT COMES TO CHOOSING EYE SHADOW, MOST PEOPLE FOCUS JUST ON COLOR OPTIONS. BUT, HEY, TEXTURE IS ALSO IMPORTANT. UNDERSTANDING THE VARIETY OF TEXTURES CAN HELP YOU CREATE AMAZING LOOKS: BOLD AND DRAMATIC, NUDE AND NATURAL OR A CREATION THAT IS ESPECIALLY YOURS. Via Alice Morais

Here is the secret for texture for eye shadows, including some hints on how they work for you. What does texture mean, exactly? Texture relates to the appearance of an eye shadow, in other words, the ‘finish’. The finish of an eye shadow is extremely important because it can effect the color, the application, and the result of the final look. It applies to all kinds of eye shadow: pressed or loose powder, liquid and cream. Finish should definitely be taken into consideration for glamorous looks - especially if you’ll be exposed to flash photography- but it is also important for everyday looks.

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Matte Shadows ry taupe, greys, or browns in medium tones he primary steps to create a beautiful eye to create eyebrow dimensions. Use medium start with matte shadows. As they have no or deep tones in brown, black, deep blue or shine, they are perfect for providing struc- purple as an eyeliner ture and contour. Since the flat texture of matte ighter matte shadows offer a more realisshadows does not reflect light, they are great for tic highlighting effect. Try vanilla, bone and shaping, defining and producing a shaded effect. cream for lighter skin tones. For darker skin, Some matte shadows are creamy and easy to ap- try ochre and mid range beiges. ply, while others offer a much drier texture. So, matte shadow is also the best option to use it’s advisable to test the shadow first to see how as a base, once it does not effect the shadrichly pigmented it is and how fine the product ows you use above it. would be after applied.

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BEAUTY Shimmer Shadows himmer shadows have a subtle brightness and give a little sparkle. Depending on the way of application, they allow the skin to show through, causing a natural look. himmers generally won’t collect in fine lines and wrinkles, making them the best choice for mature skins. he lightest shimmer shades are great for highlighting recessed areas of the eyelid. The darker shades work very well for adding drama without being as harsh as the dark matte shades.

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Satin Shadows hese semi-matte shadows fit in the category between shimmer and matte. They offer more radiance than the matte shadows but have a smoother reflectivity than shimmers. Satin shadows work perfectly for all ages and skin shades. ersatile, satin shadows can be used to bring light or depth to an area. They are great as base eye shadows and work very well for lining under the eye or filling in an eyebrow. For bolder color choices, satin shadows are highly recommended because they tend to offer a smoother application.

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Frosted Shadows oved by some and hated by others, frosted shadows cannot be overlooked. These eye shadows give more opaque coverage and their pearlized sparkle can add a cold or icy effect to your look. rosted shadows can easily sink into wrinkles and fine lines, making them more recommendable for younger skins. These shadows can also look dated or considered tacky, so use them moderately.

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ye shadows with a sheen formula are highly reflective but tend to offer a more even shine than sparkle or shimmer ones. Sheen is a great option for lifting and bringing light to an area. he effect of sheen shadows can almost seem wet, but unlike frosted ones, sheen shadows are considered fashion forward and modern. This product works perfectly for all eye shapes, except for protruding eyes.

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Metallic Shadows etallic finish is exactly what it sounds like. These shadows have an intense metal sheen and resemble real metal - silver, gold, bronze, etc. They are perfect on the lid for a natural look and great when used as a liner, making the look soft but sexy. Metals like rose gold and patina copper are up this season, so take advantage of them to create awesome looks.

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hey are a favorite of makeup lovers who want to bring attention to an eye area, adding impact to the look. But be careful because glitter shadows can be considered too young or lacking polish if it’s not applied properly. Use glitter shadows with moderation and show people you shine like a star.

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Sparkle Shadows parkle eye shadow is a texture that contains small particles to reflect the light. These particles act in small explosions as opposed to new the uniform reflect of sheen or frost shadows. parkle shadows are perfect to add color and depth to the eyes. Softer ones illuminate lids, making them look more open while lighter shades can work as highlighters.

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here you go! It may seem like eye shadow texture requires a lot of rules for application. But use this list to break the rules, try choices, and create the eye look you love.

Glitter Shadows litter eye shadow is a texture that contains medium and large particles to reflect and refract light, creating a sparkling effect.

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FASHION SCENTS SPRING IS HERE! WE OFFER A SELECTION OF OUR NEW FAVORITE FRAGRANCES.

Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Forte $290, tomford.com.

Dolce Rosa Excelsa by Dolce & Gabbana, $117, sephora.com.

Altaia Don’t Cry for Me, $210, beautyhabit.com.

Le Troisieme Parfum, $175, bycoolife.com.

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Viktor & Rolf Bonbon Hair Mist, $50, saks.com.

Vilhelm Parfumerie A Lilac a Day, $245, barneys.com.

Ex Nihilo Love Shot, $225, saks.com.

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KATA ROCKS - WORLD’S FIRST SUPER YACHT HOTEL The Sky Villas at Phuket’s newest and most spectacular luxury resort take your holiday experience to a whole new level. The “hundred-million-dollar super yacht on land” offers guests the chance to experience life on a super yacht - without the sea legs.

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hile Thailand hosted its first yacht show last February, Kata Rocks added a new feature to the country’s luxury lifestyle, offering a luxurious sea travel on land in a part of the world that has become famous for its glamorous and wonderful surroundings. ith a breathtaking view, the yacht-like villas offer floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that open onto private inifinity pools. The futuristic super yacht design brings sunset inside the guests’ rooms and offers an unforgetable experience overlooking the shining Andaman Sea - all working together to create the sensation of floating on a luxurious private yacht. he villas offer modern and technological amenities alongside comfortable goose down bedding, sun beds at pool terrace and bathtubs. Private chefs are available creating dishes for guests to enjoy in the privacy of their villa, while celebrity DJ’s get the party started. ocated near Kata in Phuket, a cleancut resort town, the 43 super yacht inspired villas are available from one to four bedroom residences. Ocean Front Sky Villas start from $700.0 per night, including breakfast. Definitely an unforgettable experience.

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GRAND SOLMAR LAND’S END RESORT & SPA UNVEILS COMPLETED PROPERTY WITH NEW LUXURY FEATURES Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa, one of the most exclusive resorts in the world, announces the completion of the property’s third and final phase of construction and unveils an outstanding resort. via Alice Morais

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ince its inauguration in 2011, Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa has attracted high-level guests who enjoy the allsuite resort that offers one to four bedroom fully-equipped ocean front accommodations. Now, with the addition of a new building plus a sports bar, a deli café, a new lobby, cliff side spa and more, the property is definitely among the best of all that is offered in Los Cabos - just minutes away from El Arco and Land’s End.

“We are excited to offer guests with the finest accommodations available in Cabo San Lucas and a new way to experience Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa’, says Ricardo Orozco, Solmar Hotel & Resorts vice president of operations. “At Solmar, we understand the demands of the ever-changing hospitality industry and are honored to be able to provide guests with a fresh experience while keeping the charm the hotel group was founded on.”

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he expansion of the new lobby not only creates a beautiful space for guests, but also an easier and more comfortable way to check in and check out. The new building incorporates local art works to the decoration: wooden details, ornate chandeliers and rustic Mexican décor. In line with the classic-luxury theme, the new sports bar features elegant wooden details, posh furniture and a great variety of food and drinks, including the famous dish Baja fish tacos. The resort also debutes a new deli café serving quick bites, pastries and artisanal coffee and tea.

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razilian model Viviane Orth started her career at the age of 13. Originally from Paraná (state in the South of Brazil), she has been a frequent presence in several editions of São Paulo Fashion Week, working for different brands. In 2016 she was one of the highlights in the most important fashion event in the country. wner of great personality and style - she has 19 tattoos!-, Viviane is one of the most required Brazilian models over the world. She has been in fashion shows of brands like Christian Dior, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Louis Vitton and Alexander McQueen. At 25, she has just had her first experience posing nude to a men’s magazine. She usually says that “every woman - skinny, slim or chubby - has her space.” Viviane is actively involved in causes for the planet sustainability and is against wearing fur, even in fashion shows. The model plans to have a family, but says it’s too soon for that.

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PROFILE Fashion: profession or passion? Both! I’ve learned to love fashion because of my profession. We always have to love what we do. What has been the biggest challenge in your career so far? Being away from my family. What’s your favourite brand? Chanel... who doesn’t love it? (laughs) Having style is... Being fine with yourself and having self confidence The feeling of posing nude: Freedom. Are all women sexy, even if they aren’t aware of it? Of course they are! What women need these days is to feel sexy. Your favorite moment in life: alone or with someone else? With someone else... I think we were made to live together. The best trip in your life? Ibiza with friends... it’s always a party! And what about your dream trip? I’d love to visit Egypt. A song to keep in you heart forever: “Bem Que Se Quis” (Marisa Monte). An example of a perfect “human being”: My grandfather Valdomiro. The man I’ve loved and admired the most in life. Helping others is... Not measuring your efforts to make people happy What needs to be urgently corrected in the world? Corruption If you had just an hour before the end of the world... I’d eat a box of chocolate. The most beautiful word? Love

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2016 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATES PARIS AND PRINCE via Alice Morais

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ANNES, France — “This will be a festival when the stars are out in a massive way,” promised Thierry Frémaux, the 2016 Cannes Film Festival’s artistic director ahead of the event, which happened from May, 11 to 22. He wasn’t kidding. The opening ceremony gathered a crowd of really popular movie stars, including Kristen Stewart, Blake Lively, Julianne Moore, Naomi Watts, Susan Sarandon and Justin Timberlake. aking her first Cannes as a rep for L’Oréal, Sarandon took to social media to celebrate her experience, posting selfies with Naomi Watts, a fellow beauty ambassador and star in David Lynch’s upcoming “Twin Peaks” revival . The two stars exchanged lovely compliments on their Instagram accounts and continued flashing their iPhones as they marched up the famous red carpet staircase. “This is the biggest, brightest festival in the world and those stairs cannot be replaced,” observed Jessica Chastain in a lemon yellow bustier gown designed by Giorgio Armani. Clearly impressed, her partner in crime Vincent Lindon, who received the festival’s best actor award last year, shouted: “Vive les femmes et vive Jessica Chastain!” “Nocturama”, the new film by “Saint Laurent” director Bertrand Bonello, which refers to the Paris terrorist attacks, didn’t make it into the official selection - an exclusion that was widely criticized by the French media. Yet, the festival paid homage to the City of Light with a video collage, including

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Jean-Luc Godard’s “Breathless” and “An American in Paris,” starring Gene Kelly. “Since the attacks, everybody is telling us we are at war,” commented French actor and master of ceremonies Laurent Lafitte, “and so it would take time before a relaxed discourse about the events would be feasible”, he noted, “but it will happen”, completed the actor just before performing a Hollywood-worthy kiss with star Catherine Deneuve, who emerged from behind the scenes unexpectedly, maybe to remind us that anything is possible in Cannes. ristien Stewart, meanwhile, who was in town to promote Woody Allen’s “Café Society,” as well as Olivier Assayas’ “Personal Shopper”, surprised with a new platinum-blonde hairstyle. Her edgy new look was only upstaged by the lights turning purple, as French singer Mathieu Chedid, a.k.a. M, crooned “Purple Rain” in homage to the late and unforgettable Prince.

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Kristen Stewart in Chanel with Jesse Eisenberg

Blake Lively in Versace

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Victoria Beckham in one of her own designs

Justin Timberlake in Tom Ford with Anna Kendrick in Stella McCartney.

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ROLLS-ROYCE LAUNCHES CUSTOMIZED WRAITH LUGGAGE COLLECTION AS THE WORLD LEADER IN THE ART OF TRUE LUXURY CARS, ROLLS-ROYCE HAS EXTENDED ITS EXPERTISE TO DESIGN A COLLECTION OF ELEGANT LUGGAGE TO COMPLEMENT WRAITH, THE MOST POWERFUL ROLLS-ROYCE EVER CREATED. Via Alice Morais

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he new luxury collection, created by RollsRoyce Designer, Michael Bryden, consists of two Grand Tourer valises, three Long Weekender bags and one Garment Carrier. Carefully developed to highlight its two-tone finish, the collection complements the design principles of the Wraith itself and enables customers with the opportunity to customizetheir luggage to match the interior of their car. The sixpiece luggage collection is priced at $45,000. he design of the luggage collection was inspired by insights from experts used to handling individuals’ luggage at some of the most respected hotels in the world. The interaction between guests and their belongings was observed and the counsel noticed that frequent and travelers rarely handle their own luggage; only one small bag is usually handled by the owner. Based on that, the company paid particular attention to the Long Weekender bag to suit the traveler’s lifestyle.

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he Long Weekender bag features even black-tie friendly bag is the best definition fo it. weight distribution and a smooth finish on he bags, inspired by the Wraith in dethe handle. It is designed with discrete fassign and structure, are easy to cartenings that magnetically dock, providing great ry through airports or high-end hotels. resistance, but still durable and effortless to carry. he Spirit of Ecstasy, the flying lady fighe Grand Tourer is equipped with strategicalurine that has adorned each and evly placed wheels, specially designed to proery Rolls-Royce hood since 1911, is vide a high level of stability and an effortless also present on each piece of luggage, eletransfer from ground to luggage compartment. gantly placed on the exterior of each bag. he Garment Carrier, a sleek and slimlined piece, has been designed specifically to hold fancy gowns or tuxedos. A

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APPLE WATCH WILL LET YOU CONTROL YOUR BENTLEY SUV BENTLEY IS THE LATEST CARMAKER TO USE THE TECHNOLOGY OF APPLE WATCH TO CONTROL SEVERAL FUNCTIONS OF THE NEW BENTAYGA SUV. THROUGH A NEW APP, PASSENGERS CAN “TALK” TO THEIR ULTRA-LUXURY CAR AND COMMAND IT TO DO CERTAIN THINGS. Via Alice Morais

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entley and Apple’s technology together on an app that lets users remotely manipulate the climate control - heating and ventilation settings - , select audio or media files and switch on the seat massager. he driver’s behavior behind the wheel can now be monitored as the app is able to track vehicle speed and other important driving info. Finally, things like outside tem-

perature can be verified regularly, so passengers can prepare for the weather change that awaits them as they step out of their Bentayga. pple Watch uses Bluetooth to sync with the Bentley SUV’s touchscreen remote system. This is an interesting move for the premium carmaker, and probably reflects its intention to reach out to more tech-lover clients with its SUV

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2017 MASERATI LEVANTE EATS DUST BEHIND COMPETITORS AS MUCH AS THE PORSCHE CAYENNE AND VOLVO XC90 REINVIGORATED SALES FOR PORSCHE AND VOLVO, MASERATI INTENDS FOR THE 2017 LEVANTE CROSSOVER TO BE THE SPARK FOR THE ITALIAN AUTOMAKER’S REVIVAL IN THE AUTOMOTIVE MARKET. Via Alice Morais

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uring the last years, Porsche and Volvo have reinvigorated sales due to models Cayenne and XC90, respectively. For 2017, Maserati aims the same result with its Levante. While Levante competes in a different segment to the XC90, the car is the perfect rival to the Cayenne. That’s bad news though, because Maseratti is not winning this fight. redits must be given to the carmaker for not producing its latest SUV as casual as the Ghibli sedan, though they share the same platform. But honestly, the car is still quite plain compared to what the competitors are offering, particularly the Cayenne. he base model Levante is powered by a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 that cooks up 345hp and 368lb-ft torque, while the Le-

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vante S does 430hp and 264lb-ft torque from the same block. Starting price is at $72,000, which goes up to $83,000 for the S model. he least powerful Cayenne runs on a 3.6L V6 that may only generate 300hp and 395lb-ft torque, but there are way more trim levels on offer with the most powerful Turbo S dishing out 570hp and 590lb-ft torque. Pricing begins at $58,300 and tops off at $157,300. or the Cayenne S trim level that costs about as much as the base Levante, there is 420hp and 406lb-ft torque on tap from its 3.6L V6. The fact is: Maserati is taking a big risk with its pricing strategy, especially for a vehicle so crucial to revive the company’s ambitions.

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NEW 66M SUPERYACHT CONCEPT BY TURQUOISE YACHTS AND NUVOLARI LENARD via Alice Morais

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Turquoise 66m Design by Nuvolari Lenard

urquoise Yachts, in collaboration with Nuvolari Lenard, have just announced a new 66-metre superyacht concept that includes ‘everything’ a luxury yacht must have these days. The 66m Turquoise offers beautiful design, elegance, fun,adventure, and safety. he designers aimed at a perfect balance of volumes with a few unique design elements, such as the bow, fashion plates, and double height side volumes carried back to the stern. The result is a powerful, impressive and elegant 66-metre motor yacht. “Optimisation is the key word, “ says Dan Lenard of Nuvolari Lenard. “The layout of the 66-meter flawlessly integrates the exterior styling with the interior, optimizing spaces and minimizing any conflict between functionality and the prime real estate,” adds Lenard.

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Turquoise 66m Yacht Concept

Main specs:

2 external dining areas: on upper deck and sun deck

LOA 66.00 m Beam Overall 12,16m

1 sun deck with aft lounge and forward sunbeds& Jacuzzi

Draft 3.15 m

Guests lift

GT 1370

Aft beach club with gymnasium, hammam, beauty/massage room with sea terrace

Speed 16knots approx. Material Steel Hull & Aluminium Superstructure

Lounge area on aft main deck with 6.2m swimming pool

Exterior Design Nuvolari & Lenard

Crew Accommodation

Interior Design Nuvolari & Lenard

1 Captain Cabin

Naval Architect Azure Naval Architects BV

8 Double Crew Cabins

Guest Accommodation

1 Single Crew Cabins

1 full beam owners suite

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4 double guests cabins

2 Luxury Tenders (8.5m / 27,8ft)

2 VIP cabins

1 Crew Tender (6.5m / 21 ft)

1 VIP lobby

1 Rescue tender (4,5m / 14,7ft each)

1 main salon and dining area on main deck

Jet ski & Wave Runners

1 salon on upper deck

Helideck Non-Certificated Touch & Go

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Sneaker Girl Starring Luisa Granatto, considered the new Brazilian bombshell and dubbed “the body”, Brazil ́s most hyped sneaker brand “Hardcorefootwear” is ready to take on the world. Founded by the Lopes brothers, Junior and Guto, Hardcorefootwear is known for its eye-catching sneakers making them the number one brand every famous personality in Brazil wants to make a collab due to its sucess. TV Presenter Marcos Mion and Brazil’s greatest sneakerhead, has just released his collab collection with Hardcorefootwear. All shoes were sold out in less than 24 hours after unveiling. Welcome to America Hardcorefootwear.

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CLASS UP YOUR COFFEE TABLE WITH THIS STUNNING GISELE BUNDCHEN PHOTO BOOK AFTER THE SOLD-OUT $1,000 LIMITED EDITION, THE TRIBUTE TO UBER MODEL GISELE BUNDCHEN HAS REBORN AS A $70 OPTION. Via Alice Morais

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hile her husband Tom Brady inexplicably promotes a $200 cookbook, supermodel Gisele Bundchen is taking the opposite direction. nitially offered as a $1,000 limited-edition piece that quickly sold out, the photo book named after the Brazilian bombshell has been relaunched as a considerably more affordable popular edition priced at $69,99. ublished by Taschen, the richly curated tribute features more than 300 images captured by top photographers, from Gisele’s nude cover portrait by Irving Penn to iconic snaps by Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Peter Lindbergh, David LaChapelle and Juergen Teller. All proceeds of this new version go to charity. Photo: Taschen

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THE HOTTEST RESTAURANTS IN MIAMI RIGHT NOW, MAY 2016 MORE OFTEN THAN WE THINK, READERS, FRIENDS AND FOOD LOVERS HAVE ONE QUESTION: WHERE SHOULD I EAT RIGHT NOW? AND WHILE THE “EATER 38” IS A FAMOUS RESOURCE COVERING TRADITIONAL SPOTS AND NEIGHBORHOOD ESSENTIALS ACROSS THE CITY, IT’S NOT A GUIDE OF THE ‘IT’ PLACES OF THE MOMENT. SO, WE OFFER THIS RESTAURANT GUIDE, WHICH WILL CHANGE CONTINUALLY TO ALWAYS HIGHLIGHT WHERE THE FOODIE CROWDS ARE HAVING A GREAT TIME. Via Alice Morais

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he qualification for this guide is that the restaurant is serving up some cuisine that has the city buzzing. The restaurants are listed in alphabetical order.

Able & Baker 920 Alton Rd Miami Beach, FL 33139 (786) 216-7730 Lounge

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ble and Baker changes the concept by placing the bar and lounge in the front, and the eatery in the back. The bar program features libations by Tatanka Guerrero, co-founder of Radio Bar and other local nightlife hot spots. In the back for food there’s A and B Food & Co., where guests can dine on a six-course Japanese Kaiseki meal.

Ariete 3540 Main Hwy Coconut Grove, FL 33133 (305) 640-5862 New American

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riete has given Coconut Grove the restaurant it so desperately needed. With the kitchen led by former Cypress Room sous chef, Michael Beltran, it serves up excellent American cuisine - grilled oysters topped with bone marrow butter and short ribs — in a relaxed, friendly environment that makes you want to sit down and stay for a while.


LIFESTYLE Bachour Bakery + Bistro 3540 Main Hwy Coconut Grove, FL 33133 (305) 640-5862 New American

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Beaker & Gray 2637 N Miami Ave Miami, FL 33127 (305) 699-2637 New American

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hen pastry chef Antonio Bachour is creating the goods, you know this won’t be an average bakery. For his namesake bistro and bakery, Bachour has teamed up with Henry Hané to create a menu that shows his famous jaw-dropping sweets, but also savory dishes like truffle-filled breakfast sandwiches, black grouper corn bisque and smoked salmon tartines.

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his bar and eatery features a globally-inspired menu by chef Brian Nasajon. Dishes like shrimp and chorizo churros, grilled oxtail and risotto and an impressive beverage program, headed by Broken Shaker and Ben Potts, attract people to Beaker & Gray.

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Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market 5241 5241 NW 87th Ave Doral, FL 33132 (305) 222-7447 Asian

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oral isn’t exactly famous for serving authentic Japanese food, but that’s all changing with new Dragonfly. Located in the new Downtown Doral complex the restaurant features a main dining room and a traditional fish market. On the menu a variety of new and oldschool Japanese dishes like sushi rolls, robata options, Japanese seafood pancakes, garlic blue crab fried rice, etc. For drinks expect an elaborate cocktail program and all the great sake you can handle.

Glass and Vine 2820 McFarlane Rd Miami, FL 33133 (305) 200-5268 New American

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elmed by Eating House’s chef Giorgio Rapicavoli, Glass & Vine is a 200seat, garden-inspired spot in the old Coconut Grove Library space right in the middle of Peacock Park. The menu is divided into three different sections — Garden, Sea and Land — filled with a variety of local products and Rapicavoli’s signature creativity.


LIFESTYLE Komodo 801 Brickell Ave Miami, FL 33131 (305) 534-2211 Asian

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he guy behind mega-club LIV, David Grutman, and the man behind places such as China Grill, Jeffrey Chodorow, teamed up to offer the city a buzz worthy restaurant. It is the case with Komodo, Brickell’s new three-story Asian newcomer serving up a variety of duck, dim sum with a side of celeb sightings.

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KYU 251 NW 25th St Miami, FL 33127 (786) 577-0150

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sian eateries are really popular in this town lately, but KYU stands out from the pack. The project of two former Zuma pupils, it features Asian food with a barbecue twist, like brisket lettuce wraps and duck “burnt ends,” that perfectly reflects its hip Wynwood setting.

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NaiYaRa 1854 Bay Rd Miami Beach, FL 33139 (786) 275-6005 Thai

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PB station 121 Se 1st St Miami, FL (305) 420-2205 New American

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hef Bee is at it again. The man best known for running the kitchens at Oishi Thai and Khong River House has finally opened up his expected NaiYaRa in Sunset Harbour. On the menu a mix of Thai street fare along with plenty of Japanese specialties plus drinks created by longtime bartender Tibor Vecsesi.

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he Pubbelly Boys have taken their talents off Miami Beach for their latest restaurant creation. Located inside the new Langford Hotel, the theme for this eatery is Americana, which in Pubbelly language means twists on classic American dishes like wagyu filet mignon with foie butter, short rib steak with red beet romesco and Thai lobster sausage.


LIFESTYLE Plant Food + Wine Miami 105 NE 24th Street Miami, FL 33137 (305) 814-5365

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iami’s first high-end vegan restaurant comes from chef and restaurateur Matthew Kenney, who is best known for his vegan and raw creations. Expect plenty of vegan versions of classic restaurant dishes such as a “flora”cheeseboard, zucchini lasagna, banana leaf tamales and coconut “ceviche” tacos.

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Spring Chicken 1514 South Dixie Highway Coral Gables, FL Fried Chicken Joint

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lassic Southern fare from Yardbird, served in a fast-casual setting: that’s Spring Chicken, the newest creation from the 50 Eggs team. Serving up dishes like fried chicken biscuits and blue plate specials, it’s already creating a buzz as the new quick bite spot.

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Sushi Garage 1784 West Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139 (305) 763-8355 Sushi

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he latest concept from the folks behind Miami Beach mainstay, Juvia, it features traditional and not-so-traditonal Japanese fare housed inside a space that once was a garage.

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Zest Miami 200 S Biscayne Blvd Miami, FL 33131 (305) 374-9378 Music Venue

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ongtime South Florida chef Cindy Hutson has brought her signature “Floribbean” cuisine to Downtown Miami, in a fresh new setting. Expect dishes like curried octopus, conch scampi, surf n’ turf ravioli and root beer braised pork belly. The refreshing tropical drinks will make you feel like you’re on an island.


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RICHARD MILLE ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH ASTON MARTIN FOLLOWING RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS WITH THE MCLAREN HONDA AND HAAS F1 TEAMS, RICHARD MILLE FINDS HIMSELF IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT ONCE AGAIN, THIS TIME WITH LUXURY SPORTS CAR BRAND ASTON MARTIN. Via Alice Morais

Richard Mille Visits Aston Martin in Gaydon, England. Photo: Drew Gibson

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he new partnership will have the artisans of Richard Mille working with the design team at Aston Martin, led by Chief Creative Officer Marek Reichman, to deliver a new collection of Richard Mille watches that hold the iconic Aston Martin wings and other design aesthetics that represent the luxury carmaker.

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t’s a perfect partnership. Both Aston Martin and Richard Mille share a passion for making handcrafted luxury products for special consumers. In addition, they both represent a spot on the cutting edge of their respective industries, delivering products that combine old class and artistry, with modern innovation. These philosophies will certainly find their way into the new watch collection.

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ichard Mille will also be supporting the Aston Martin Racing team in the FIA World Endurance Championship, 24 Hours of Le Mans and Nürburgring 24 Hours. “We are passionate about the world of luxury sports cars, it has always been a personal interest of mine and Aston Martin is the perfect partner for us,” says CEO Richard Mille. “The spirit of embracing mechanical challenges forms an integral part of both watches and cutting edge automotive design.”

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KLAUDIA UNGERMAN Styled by

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Klaudia Ungerman started modeling when she got scouted at the shopping center of Szczecin, Poland, by the age of 20. It was the beginning of modeling in her country. The next step was participating in the beauty contest Miss Poland 2008. She won the crown and represented Poland at Miss World 2008 in Johannesburg, South Africa. After that, she started working for the agencies “Brave” in Milan and “Elite” in Barcelona, then Paris and Munich. Klaudia has travelled around the fashion cities for the last eight years. The model loves healthy food and sports - especially skiing and horse riding. She has recently started working for the agency Next, in Miami. Height: 5’10,5’’ Waist: 24” Hips: 35” Shoes: 81/2 Eyes: Brown Hair: Dark Brown

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