Donna Karan presents her Urban Zen project, Discover Haiti Exhibition, which is a collection of art, accessories, clothing, and home furnishings designed and produced in Haiti. Along with amazing art for sale, with full proceeds going to Haiti, there were also lively musical performances and cocktails courtesy of Grey Goose, flowing throughout the evening.
California’s famous burger joint Umami Burger, makes its way to Miami with a local twist on their savory burgers, sides and delicious cocktails. Owner Adam Fleischman breaks down the umami philosophy and why their burgers are so irresistible.
We catch up with Brett David, CEO of Prestige Imports, for some Lamborghini browsing and a test drive that left our host Paige Bresky breathless.
Tired of the huge crowds and mega club-scene that has become South Beach, try Radio Bar for a change of pace. It’s the sleekest and coziest dive bar we’ve seen across the bridge that caters to everyone with great signature cocktails, guest DJs, games and popcorn. Yes, popcorn served upon arrival.
We check in with Miami’s own and recent recipient of the Key to the City of Miami Beach, DJ Irie, who opens up on being a part of HEAT history, and updates us on his current residences, and this year’s 9th Annual Irie Weekend which raises funds for his Irie Foundation.
Get a glimpse into the world of Miami Beach Polo, where the game of Polo gets a lil’ edgier and the spectators a lil’ more lively, on the sands of Miami Beach. Iconic Argentinian polo wear brand and event sponsor La Martina ensured that both players and spectators were quite fashionable, and Grey Goose Vodka was also in abundance, keeping
Actress Julianne Hough attended the Condé Nast Traveler Hot List Party at the SLS Hotel South Beach. sbe founder Sam Nazarian and Condé Nast Traveler’s Vice President & Publisher Carolyn Kremins were also in attendance to celebrate the 17th annual list that includes over 154 new hotels featuring the best in hospitality and overall service.
The Miami Marine Stadium is truly a unique and iconic facility that has garnered quite a bit of attention over the last five years thanks to the Friends of Miami Marine Stadium, a volunteer group that seeks to restore the stadium and recapture the magic of the past during the period of 1962-1992. Co-founders Donald Worth and Hilario Candela, who