The Design District

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. 

Casa Lowe / Soledad Lowe

Casa Lowe / Soledad Lowe

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

Miami Art Basel 2016 Recap!

Miami Art Basel 2016 Recap!

Coming straight off the heels of November’s sobering election results, no one knew what to expect of this year’s Miami Art Basel— would the vibe be just as unsettled, anxious? The answer, we now know, is a resounding no. True to form, the international art world poured into the always exuberant city with as much enthusiasm and spirit as ever, filling the galleries, studios, streets and beaches with their usual joie de vivre.

What to Do, See, Shop and Eat in Miami

What to Do, See, Shop and Eat in Miami

If you’re in the mood to sunbathe without the buzz of South Beach in the background, we suggest escaping the city to Virginia Key, an 82-acre barrier island located on Key Biscayne off the Rickenbacker Causeway.

Musk and Amber - A True Aesthete’s Paradise

Musk and Amber - A True Aesthete’s Paradise

While I was visiting Tunisia this summer, I made a point to stop by Musk and Amber, the design gallery owned by Lamia Bousnina Ben Ayed that boasts a curated mix of furniture, fashion, books and art.

NYFW S/S17

NYFW S/S17

September fashion week is a funny thing: it’s hovering in the mid-90s, with the official start to autumn a mere week away and we’re dashing around New York City looking at clothes for next spring before a single leaf has turned orange...

Vernissage "More Was Lost in Cuba" at HG Contemporary

Vernissage "More Was Lost in Cuba" at HG Contemporary

When HG Contemporary’s inaugural show is a solo exhibit of acclaimed street artist RETNA’s work, you know it’s a gallery with a distinct point of view. That guiding direction comes mainly from the Chelsea gallery’s director, Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, who has been visiting museums since he was four years old, getting carted around the Louvre with his art-obsessed mother and internalizing her penchant for the arts.