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or this issue, we proudly bring on our cover the model and TV hostess Renata Kuerten. The model has been on the spotlight for getting more and more recognition since she started her new show ConexĂŁo Models. Renata is enjoying every minute of this new moment in her life. In an exclusive interview, she talks about her career, since the early days, and the new experience hosting a TV show. e also bring the best suggestions in fashion, lifestyle and travelling, highlighting a selection with the most incredible developments to be launched in the city. And, last but not least, we present our fashion editorial pages with the most beautiful and acclaimed models. Have fun!

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MAC COSMETICS LAUNCH NEW APP FOR MAKEUP LOVERS By Alice Morais

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AC Cosmetics have just rolled out an amazing new app that gives us a lot of fuel for our makeup addiction. The app gives users access to some membership benefits (early access to products, for instance!), keeps track of purchase history and allows us to easily find the nearest MAC counters in case we need to refill our beloved Ruby Woo. sers can also receive notifications about new events and launches, read the brand’s blog and keep track of desired items using the “favorites” section. he new app makes buying makeup even easier and more fun (if that’s possible!). The brand has created different levels that

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reflect your devotion to makeup. The first one is “Seduced” and it grants you access to exclusive products, a birthday gift and free samples when you order online. s you spend on MAC products, you’ll reach to the next levels: “Devoted” and “Obsessed”. They give even better rewards (the top tier will even get you two free makeup applications and access to exclusive products) So get your phones, ladies. And have lots of fun.

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RENATA KUERTEN

FROM FARMING IN SOUTH BRAZIL TO THE RUNWAYS AROUND THE WORLD By Magali Magalhães

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enata Kuerten is going through a unique moment in life. Besides her solid modeling career, she’s gaining recognition for her performance as a TV hostess, started in 2015. She isn’t afraid to say that the new challenge is getting more and more space in her heart. he girl from Braço do Norte – a small town 155km away from Florianópolis, the capital city of Santa Catarina, a state in South of Brazil – fell in love with the fashion world at only 10 years old. Now at 27, Renata (who started working in farming at a very early age) holds a vast experience that includes: fashion shows in France, Germany, Argentina and Israel; more than 50 magazine covers, such as Vogue, Elle and Marie Clarie; campaigns for Brazilian brands M.Officer, Animale, Valisére and Boticário. She’s worked with renowned photographers Paolo Roversi, André Schiliró, Gui Paganini and Bob Wolfenson. enata’s journey started when the scouter Bruwin de Oliveira finally saw her and invited her to take part in a contest organized in her hometown. She took the first place and won a trip

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to São Paulo to visit Mega Model Brazil, where everything started. Since then, a lot – if not everything – that Renata has learned in the modeling career is due to the agency, considered one of the biggest in the country. It’s been 12 years of a solid partnership.

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ega Model Brazil was founded in 1995 by businessman Eli Hadid Wahbe. The agency is the first and only Brazilian multinational in the segment. With more than 20 years in the market, it has a truly starred casting, counting with internationally famous models, such as Izabel Goulart, Isabeli Fontana, Ana Beatriz Barros, Aline Weber and Flávia Lucini. In the past, Mega Model was responsible for the careers of Ana Paula Arósio, Luana Piovani, Fernanda Lima and Taís Araújo. Besides the main office in São Paulo, the agency has 2 offices in different states, Santa Catarina and Minas Gerais, and more than 10 representative offices all over Brazil.

Fashion connection: enata Kuerten started working for the TV program “Chega Mais” on RedeTV! Channel in July, 2015. There she co-hosted the show with two more partners. Her new career took off and in less than a year she was invited to host a new show on the same channel: “Conexão Models”, a partnership of RedeTV and Mega Model. Inspired by technology, the youth universe and the fashion world, Renata’s Sunday show aims to entertain the audience with games and competitions such as “Atroveran Mega Models”, a modeling contest that searches for a ‘new face’ in Brazil.

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INTERVIEW What’s the first step in order to become a top model? To be a top model you must deeply want that career. Life as a model, especially in the first years, is very hard. If that’s not your dream and you don’t have it very clear for yourself, you won’t be able to go through all the obstacles. I’ve always wanted to be a model, since I was very young. I started knowing about all the scouters in my city and spent many days walking after them (laughs). What’s the biggest obstacle you’ve faced so far in your professional life? Being away from my family. When I was 16 I took a test to work in Paris and got the job. I spent one whole year living abroad, not only in France but also in Israel and Germany. My career took off and everything happened very fast. I miss all my family so much, even now. And what’s the happiest moment the modeling career has given you? The opportunity to buy my mom a house. I come from a poor family and thank God I could give her the house she’s always dreamed of. Is the successful work a consequence of luck or dedication? I love the sentence that says: “The more I work, the luckier I am” (laughs). I truly believe in dedication. I have no doubts that it brings success. In the fashion world, do you still have any dream to accomplish? No, I believe I could accomplish everything I wanted. Do you currently feel more like a model or a TV hostess? Currently I am a model and a TV hostess. I don’t think there’s a way to measure how much I’m into each activity. I give my best to both of them and to be the best professional I can.

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Artur Igrecias/ Disclosure RedeTV!

What’s the difference between going on a runway and facing a TV camera? On the runway, you’re like a ‘clothes hanger’ and have to do everything the client asks. On TV you have the chance to show your personality and be yourself. When I started the show on RedeTV! I was completely dependent on the teleprompter. I had a hard time reading the script, I was afraid and couldn’t relax. Right now, I don’t read anything at all… I make a research about the guest before recording the show, then I practice a little with my team to see how it flows and start saying what comes to my mind. Has fashion helped you as TV hostess? Of course! Fashion has taught me how to act in front of a camera, some lighting concepts, how to move… I owe everything to fashion! Someone you would love to interview on your show? My ‘relative’ Gustavo Kuerten. We’re from the same family, he’s my distant cousin. Do you think about retiring from runways to fully dedicate to your career as a TV hostess? That will happen, eventually. A new generation of top models is coming to be in my place, it’s natural. But I don’t think about it right now, I love working in fashion. How does it feel to be a famous and beautiful woman? I don’t stop to think about it. I keep my feet on the ground and I think I’m as normal as everybody else. Obviously, I love being flattered. Is internal beauty also important? Of course! It’s the most important of all! I’ve met some girls who are beautiful on the outside but were not successful because of their inside. Your biggest dream… Having a daily show on TV. Future plans… Having my daily show on TV. I’m working hard for it. TALK Miami 21


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CULTURE

THROUGH IRELAND ON LUXURY TRAIN

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he Belmond Grand Hibernian, first luxury sleeper train in Ireland, offers travelers an unforgettable way to see the country in style. Guests have the chance to experience landscapes that vary from astonishing coasts, fascinating cities and the wonderful green countryside that make up this lovely land. p to 40 guests can stay in the elegant cabins of the Belmond Grand Hibernian. Their design and decoration were inspired

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by classic Georgian architecture, displaying a great balance of tradition and modernity. The Irish culture is present in all the details of the journey. The observation car brings the same warmth and elegance of a Dublin saloon. Guests can relax with a pint of local stout while enjoying live music and the stunning scenery through the large windows. The equally amazing restaurant offers guests the most authentic Irish cuisine, including ingredients from the regions the trail travels through.

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he Belmond Grand Hibernian is currently offering two, four and six-night vacation journeys. Each journey starts in Dublin and can go as far as Northern Island, depending on the option chosen. The ‘Taste of Ireland’ package travels from Dublin to Belfast and then Waterford is a great suggestion, but if you have the chance, go for the ‘Grand Tour of Ireland’ and see everything! For seven nights, the route goes from Dublin to Cork, Killarney, Galway, Westport, Belfast and Waterford, then returns back to the capital city.

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THE 6 BEST WATCHES TO WEAR THIS FALL By Alice Morais

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et’s face it: we all love fall and its associated activities. The golden foliage, casual jackets and even pumpkin-flavored drinks. You know, fall things. But have you considered a reliable, casual and stylish watch for the season? We’ve got you covered with these six options:

Sinn 910 Anniversary Split-Seconds Chronograph side from the handsome tan-strap-on-cream-dial motif, Sinn’s latest timepiece has a unique chronograph movement: a runof-the-mill Valjoux 7750 modified to take split-seconds time measurements.

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Tudor Black Bay Heritage 36 hile lots of watchmakers dig on vintage style, Tudor actually had the nerve to give the Black Bay Heritage a vintage size. While the Black Bay Heritage 36 is clearly a dive watch, the decreased case size (36mm) calls to mind the looks of a vintage Rolex Explorer. And that is

Oris Diver 65 Carl Brashear ronze is trending in watchmaking. It makes for a particularly interesting case material because of its beautiful shade. But aside from cashing in on the bronze trend, the new case is a nod to Carl Brashear, the US Navy’s first African-American and amputee Master Diver.

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MIDO Heritage Barconelli ith the lauded ETA 2892-A2 movement and a superslim 6.85mm case plated in rose gold, MIDO’s newfor-2016 dress watch is a hell of a steal at $1,090 that will complement the warm colors of your formal outfit this fall.

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Longines Railroad ongines says its watches were widely used by rail workers in Romania, Serbia, Persia, Italy, Chile, Canada, the United States, Turkey and China in the early half of the 20th century. Celebrating that lineage, Longines has released a wristwatch inspired by those early timepieces, sporting a dial with 24-hour markings.

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Filson Smokey Bear Watch ilson’s classically styled field watch not only feels appropriate for brisk nights around the camp fire, but it’s also a reminder that the burden of forest-fire prevention rests solely on you.

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LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO BY THE HEFFNER PERFORMANCE By Aice Morais

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hroughout the existence of the model Lamborghini Gallardo, its standard engine was subjected to constant revision. As a result, Gallardo engine evolved from the 493-horsepower 5-liter V10 to modern lightweight 5.2-liter engine capacity of 562 horsepower. espite the popularity of the Italian supercar among tuning companies, it had never been through the experiment by the firm Heffner Performance. American masters used all possible resources to squeeze out the maximum Gallardo, and the results shocked even the developers themselves. Power of the final product was 1750 hp, which is about 3 times more than the model LP

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570-4 Superleggera. Heffner Performance has not restricted on the most high-Tekov modification. Standard V10 5 thousand cubic meters practically built anew, setting CP pistons 10: 1, connecting rods from Carillo, custom camshafts, new cylinder heads, enlarged exhaust and intake valves, a dual fuel pump, new intercooler and injectors, and most importantly - the two turbines Tial 50mm valves. This is reflected in the following way: acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h takes 2.5 seconds, to 200 km / h - 6.5 seconds and to 300 km / h - 21.4 seconds. The length of 400 meters the car runs for about 8.7 seconds and a top speed of over 400 km / h.

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MIAMI’S NEWEST DEVELOPMENTS TO OFFER A HIGHER CONCEPT OF COMFORT AND LUXURY By Aice Morais

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he Miami real estate market is in the middle of a cool down. The average luxury price has decreased about 8-10 percent year over year in the past five years, according to a 2016 report on Miami condominiums by ONE Sotheby’s. The late construction boom has created a variety of options, and demand from foreign buyers has played an important role in this scenario. xperts don’t see this as a sign of an economic crash, but as evidence of a correction of a bubble and the market stabilizing. “I’m pretty happy with the state of the market,” said Daniel de la Vega, president of ONE Sotheby’s International. Certainly the most interesting thing about this moment is that it has turned South Florida from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market,

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with buyers having options from a large selection of inventory and negotiating power. ven so, a waterfront location still reigns once location is paramount when buying a construction. Despite the downturn, waterfront neighborhoods did very well in the first half of 2016, mainly compared to 2015, according to the Sotheby’s report. nd because market can’t stop, the new developments have a lot to offer. From interiors by famous fashion labels to incredible features. Here’s a selection of the most exciting new options on the market:

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Missoni Baia, 700 NE 26th Terrace

ashion lovers, take note: Missoni Baia is the world’s first branded residence from the Italian fashion house Missoni. The 57-story tower will be in the Edgewater neighborhood, between downtown Miami and the exciting Wynwood Art District. The tower will feature 146 expansive residences, each with a waterfront view. OKO Group has assigned Hani Rashid for the project. ashid was recently commissioned to design the Hermitage Modern Contemporary Museum in Moscow. For this project, Mr. Rashid said he was “inspired by the beautiful and pristine sculptural works by the great American minimalist sculptors, such as Sol Lewitt and Donald Judd”. nd, obviously, the interior design of the building features Missoni’s trademark bright palate and furniture pieces by Missoni Home will be displayed in the building’s public spaces. Residents will count on amenities such as sunbathing deck, five pools, tennis courts, a fitness center and spa. Sales are expected to begin this fall.

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Number of units: 146 units, with only three per floor Price range: Approximately $900/square foot, begins at approximately $2 million. Developer/architect: OKO Group/Missoni/ Asymptote Architecture Apartment sizes: Two- to four-bedrooms, ranging from 2,500 square feet to 3,700 square feet Amenities: Deck with cabanas, five pools including an Olympic-size lap pool, hot and cold plunge pools, children’s pool and infinity pool, elevated tennis courts, fitness center, spa, private elevators with direct access to apartments Website: Missoni Baia

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Monad Terrace, 1300 Monad Terrace

Number of units: 59 uture residents of the Monad Terrace will have Price range: Will be announced when sales open the privilege of living in the first residential mid-fall building projected by Pritzker prize architect Developer/architect: JDS Development Group/ Jean Nouvel. The building looks over the bay in Jean Nouvel South Beach and provides a study in water, light Apartment sizes: Two- to five-bedroom residences, penthouse residences include private pools and flora, with a façade that captures the water and sunshine of the astonishing location. Nouvel Amenities: A lagoon, water features, juice bar, fitness and spa with yoga, dock access, private or calls it a “reflection machine” he building also integrates with its semi-private elevators, custom Jean Nouvel design surroundings through a reflecting pool, lush in the bathrooms, curated climbing gardens on landscaping and climbing gardens, and a apartment terraces, cantilevered marble islands in the kitchens unique lagoon feature with an infinity edge that Website: Monad Terrace makes it appear as though it extends into the bay. The light and green continues within the lobby, which has a double-height canopy installation of reflective panels and screens with hanging gardens inside of them that incorporate live tropical plants for shade. partment amenities, such as custom mirrored glass and bronze kitchen cabinets, bring these design features inside the units as well. Sales are expected to open later in the fall.

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The Fairchild Coconut Grove

Number of units: 26 or those looking for more privacy, The Price range: $1.4 million-$4.6 million Fairchild Coconut Grove, on an expansive Developer/architect: Rovr Development/Strang stretch of waterfront in Coconut Grove, is Architecture the best choice to get away from the confusion of Apartment sizes: Two- to four-bedroom homes, the city. The boutique residences are designed by ranging from 714 square feet to 4,114 square feet. Miami architect Max Strang, alongside New YorkAmenities: Resident bicycles by the luxury based interior designer Rafael de Cárdenas. he relaxed setting matches the inside and commuter bicycle company Martone Cycling, outside, with private boat slips, porters for sunset roof deck with serenity garden, private indoor and outdoor entertaining, sunset boat slips, indoor and outdoor porters, bayside roof decks with an outdoor cinema and gardens. lounge, spa, natural stone flooring, dedicated The landscaping is filled with beautiful examples elevator lobbies, an outdoor movie theater, of tropical Florida vegetation. private outdoor living areas, outdoor showers. he already relaxing property gets an extra Website: The Fairchild Coconut Grove due to a spa with steam room, treatment rooms, and a sauna. Sales have just launched.

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3550 South Ocean, Palm Beach

Number of units: 30 Price range: From $2.3 million uyers who want something new in Palm Beach should be excited: 3550 South Developer/architect: DDG/Garcia Stromberg for DDG/Kobi Karp Architecture Ocean is the first new waterfront condo development in the area in more than 10 years. Apartment sizes: Two- to three-plus-bedroom The floor-to-ceiling hurricane-proof glass homes, from 2,400-3,000 plus square feet windows and balconies will make beautiful use of Amenities: Access to Eau Spa, direct beach the location, overlooking both the Atlantic Ocean access, oceanfront pool, floor to ceiling windows and the Intracoastal waterway on the other side. and private balconies in every residence, fitness esidents will also be able to take in views studio with natural lighting, tropical landscaping, from an oceanfront swimming pool or enjoy oak flooring private beach access. Post sun and sand, Website: 3550 South Ocean the building offers access to the Eau Palm Beach Resort’s Spa, a 42,000-square-foot, seven-acre wellness paradise. Sales are expected to start later this fall.

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LETHICIA BRONSTEIN

ashion designer Lethicia Bronstein Pompeu develops wedding and haute couture dresses for women who look for exclusive and astonishing looks. After majoring in Fashion in Rio de Janeiro, Lethicia chose London to continue her modeling techniques specialization at the world renowned Central Saint Martins School. Back to Brazil, the designer worked for several brands such as Maria Bonita, Club Chocolate and Le Lis Blanc, before opening her own label in 2006.

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LETHICIA’S DNA

reated in 2006, the brand built its own style, where the designer reinterprets romantic classic dresses, with lots of laces, beads, sparkles and transparencies, always creating a balanced mix of vintage and contemporary style. The models signed by Lethicia Bronstein are unique and aim for a perfect fit, emphasizing women’s sensuality. Hailed by magazine Veja São Paulo as one of the Top 5 best bridal designers in Brazil, she became the favorite designer of national and international personalities, such as Ivete Sangalo, Megan Fox, Jennifer Lopez, Izabel Goulart, Keke Palmer, Lala Rudge, Draya Michele, Meredith Mickelson, Bailee Madison, Estelle, Avery, Bonang Adebimpe, Arden Cho, Ivy Levan and Sibley Scoles, who always wears models created by the designer.

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She was born and raised in Russia, in a city called Yekaterinburg. After finishing high school, Anastasia moved to London to get her degree in International Business Management at Royal Holloway University of London. While staying focused on her studies, she was modeling on the side, it was one of her favorite activities. After successfully graduating from university, she decided to start modeling full time. First she was with Booking Models in London and last year her dream came true and she moved to the USA. Her main agency is MC2 Miami, however she travels all over the country shooting for different brands and magazines such as Cointreau, Magicsuit, Fit for Fun, etc. Height: 5’11 Bust: 36 Waist: 25 Hips: 36 Shoes: 9

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PRISCILLA RICART Photographed by Alexandre Soares

Priscilla was born in Niterói, a small city close to beautiful Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. At 13, she started a modeling career in her hometown and 3 years later, after finishing high school, came the first international trip to work in Asia. Since then, she’s been travelling around the world due to her beauty and talent. Priscilla always has a smile on her face and points out her sweet personality as her number 1 quality. She enjoys exercising, going to the beach, walking her dog, watching TV shows and eating all sorts of candies and desserts! She currently lives in Miami and plans to stay there for a while. Since she loves going to the beach and everything related to it, there is no better place! Height: 5.84 ft Hips: 36’’ Waist:23,3’’ Bust:35’’ Shoes: 10 Eyes: Dark Brown Age: 22

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