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THE ART ISSUE

ISSUE 36 

 
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Spring is a season of change

— a time for rebirth, transformation and fresh starts. It’s why I’m here, now, a full year since I last wrote to you. In the preceding 365-plus days, I’ve had the good fortune to see some other business ventures of mine expand, take off and flourish. And I had to take a break from this space to allow that to happen, however sorry it made me at the time. Though I must say, it feels right to breathe new life back into Precious 7 at the start of this new season, just as the earth is waking up with flowers blooming in the gardens and buds sprouting from the tree branches once more.

I’ve missed making this magazine dearly — from the initial brainstorming sessions to the days-long photoshoots on location, the glamorous nighttime parties and the intimate interviews, Precious 7 has always been a labor of love for me. A project born out of passion, creativity and intuition, we’ve always sought to inspire and educate our readers, allowing them to discover these creative souls — artists, models, musicians, designers, and makers of all stripes — in a way that feels natural, raw and authentic.

I realized that to really do the independent artistic community justice, Precious 7 needed a relaunch. To truly encapsulate everything that I wanted to explore with the magazine, we needed to broaden our scope from exclusively fashion into the lifestyle space where we can give brands

 

and designers a fuller, more inclusive space that highlights their work, of course, but also where they work.

Going forward, each issue will focus on a single destination where we’ll highlight an emerging designer, the cultural hubs that flourish there, the design trends that started there, the artwork that surrounds it, where to stay and the reasons why we love to travel there.

For the inaugural issue, I knew that destination had to be Miami. It’s a vibrant, dynamic, alive city that I know and love dearly. I’m excited to take you back to December to revisit our favorite Art Basel moments and its lingering impact on Miami, to highlight the reasons why I think the city’s Design District is so incredible, and to introduce you to jewelry designer Soledad Lowe and her showroom Casa Lowe, a place where you can shop, exchange ideas, gain inspiration and just be. Lowe represents the new design edit of Miami, and like the blossoming Design District, she too is a fresh force of inspiration. 

I’m so excited to introduce you to the revival of Precious 7 and hope you enjoy this new journey we’re about to embark on together.


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The Design District

 

 

Between the flash of South Beach, the Instagrammable Wynwood and the grit of Little Cuba sits one of Miami’s most dynamic, interesting and innovative neighborhoods — the Design District. It’s 18 square blocks of art, fashion, food and nightlife that’s slowly but surely carving out its own neighborhood identity amidst the city’s already bold personality. 

 

 
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Casa Lowe


Casa Lowe


 
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Stepping inside Casa Lowe, the impossibly chic, light drenched jewelry showroom in Miami’s Design District, is like stepping inside the light drenched home of your impossibly chic best friend — if your best friend happened to be Soledad Lowe.

 

Issue36 Credits


RESPECT TO ALL OUR CONTRIBUTORS

Issue36 Credits


RESPECT TO ALL OUR CONTRIBUTORS

PRECIOUS 7 CREDITS

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ISSUE 36

 

FEATURING

SOLEDAD LOWE 

 

PHOTOGRAPHER

MARIA GALLI

 

CREATIVE DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER 

ANNA MARIA SANDEGREN

 

HAIR & MAKEUP

Sonia Resin

 

PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT

Mark Chin

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