A Fashionable Movement
DJ Irie spinning alongside the Miami International Symphony Orchestra at the MISO Gala; Trina Turk opening Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim with her Swim & Spa 2011 collection; John Legend at the Art for Life gala looking fly in a white Valentino suit and Ferragamo shoes purchased earlier that day at the Bal Harbour Shops; a business lunch at Michael’s Genuine; cocktails at Perricone’s.
In fashionable Miami, the word chic has taken on a cultural significance. The term Miami Chic gets bandied about as a form of dress, a party theme, a manner of behavior. Yet, what does this term mean and how does being chic in Miami differ from what is considered chic in other cities? The question is simple; the answer complex, involving a convergence of attributes from various genres uniting at a sultry tropical setting during a specific period in history.
Social Manny: Episode 25
SocialMiami’s 10th Anniversary Party at Epicure Gourmet Market and Cafe, Melanie Cohen, Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, Robert Rodriguez, Mandarin Oriental, Real Housewife of New York City Jill Zarin, Emilio Estefan, Bernie Yuman, SunLife stadium, Adam Grossman, Jorge Plasencia, Miami Dolphins, Stephen Gamson, Jilian Jacobson, Dana Shear, Allison Weiss Brady, Jenny Wilensky Zalkin, Josh Fein, Ashley and Josh Liemer, Debbie Spiegelman, Marilyn Seltzer, author Dianne Collins and much more.
Bal Harbour Shops: The Green Garmento
Bal Harbour Shops has teamed with reusable garment bag pioneer The Green Garmento for Fashion’s Night Out on September 10 in Miami. The luxury shopping destination will be giving a special edition version of the eco-friendly and stylish garment bag with every $500 purchase.
Created to help eliminate the estimated 300 million pounds of single-use dry cleaning plastic that annually invade US Landfills and waterways, The Green Garmento is quickly changing the face of dry cleaning.