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About Aaron Glickman
Aaron Glickman is a writer, actor and filmmaker. Through his contributions to SocialMiami, he has had opportunities to document many fascinating people and organizations in the fields of philanthropy, the arts, fashion, design and real estate including Carolina Herrera, James Rosenquist, Baroness Philippine de Rothschild, Russell Simmons, Nicole Miller, Christian Louboutin, Lin Arison and many more. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Miami Theater Center (MTC) and is on the Executive Committee of the National YoungArts Foundation
Video: Chapman Partnership 20th Anniversary Gala
Chapman Partnership, an organization that provides holistic services for the homeless in Miami-Dade County, recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with black-tie gala downtown at the JW Marriott Marquis. Hear from those who have helped to make the organization successful over the past two decades.
Ornare Presents: Fashion Faves of the Miami Chic
Luxury Brazilian closet and kitchen manufacturer, ORNARE, hosted the committee for the 5th annual Wine, Women & Shoes benefitting Nicklaus Children’s Hospital for the latest installment of their ongoing series with SocialMiami, Fashion Faves of the Miami Chic.
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Dee and Tommy Hilfiger at Saks Bal Harbour
Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger launched her handbag collection, Dee Ocleppo, at Saks Bal Harbour with affair to benefit Autism Speaks.
Husband Tommy Hilfiger was in attendance and SocialMiami’s Aaron Glickman caught up with the couple to garner insight on the collection, as well as why they chose to purchase a home in Golden Beach. Tommy goes on to explain the motivation behind his purchase of The Raleigh. It’s fascinating commentary and a sign of our city’s continued ascent as an international hot spot.
Docu-Short: Julian Schnabel Master Workshop
Bringing together the work of French artist Francis Picabia (1879-1953), American artist Julian Schnabel (b. 1951), and Danish artist Jens Ferdinand Willumsen (1863-1958) for the first time in the United States, the exhibition Café Dolly: Picabia, Schnabel, Willumsen will be on view at NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale as part of its Miami Art Week exhibition.
Schnabel was in town to hang the exhibition, which includes several of his works that have never been displayed.
SocialMiami’s Aaron Glickman received rare access to Schnabel, and created this documentary short of the experience.