Who Wore What to Where by Elysze Held
In South Florida, the name Elysze Held is synonymous with style. As founder and president of the Miami fashion consulting firm, Style Out of the City, Elysze is the personal stylist to Deco Drive’s hosts, Lynn Martinez and Louis Aguirre, on WSVN7 and has dressed models, super-models, celebrities, and fashionistas!
Elysze entered the South Florida fashion scene from San Francisco, as fashion director for Lillie Rubin (84 stores), then onto fashion styling and directing at Burdines, Florida. Elysze frequently commutes to New York, and is a field producer for Mercedes Benz New York Fashion week, and styles national advertising campaigns. She loves Miami style most of all, and is excited to contribute monthly to SocialMiami.com, and let us know WHO is WEARING WHAT to WHERE!
Pictured: Julianne Hough in Monique Lhuillier backstage at Monique Lhuillier at Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week
Fashion Loves Art
Featuring chats with artistic visionaries and installations from the hottest names in the art world set alongside high fashion collections at the iconic Bal Harbour Shops, this year’s second-annual Bal Harbour Art Nights innovatively fuses art and fashion. These special evenings provide a unique platform to celebrate the remarkable artists and thought leaders that have fueled the evolution of the arts in South Florida. The fashion capital of Bal Harbour will provide the perfect setting for such an ultra-chic and creative evening.
Headlining the first installment of the Bal Harbour Chat Series is Tony Goldman, a legendary Miami developer and visionary, known for transforming declining historical districts into thriving, global destinations. He is the driving force behind the evolution of SoHo in New York City and South Beach and Wynwood in Miami.
Pictured: Tony Goldman and Beth Boone
New World Symphony: Maestro’s Circle Dinner
New World Symphony’s most generous supporters –members of the exclusive Maestro’s Circle Society– gathered at the W South Beach for cocktails and a scrumptious dinner, accompanied by a brass quintet of NWS Fellows playing Duke Ellington. Sponsored by W South Beach Hotel and Residences and Alfred Karram Jr. (AKJ) Design Concepts, and hosted by NWS’ illustrious Artistic Director Michael Tilson Thomas, the evening celebrated music, philanthropy and the organization’s brilliant future. Following the dinner, everyone gathered in the cocktail reception area for dessert and socializing.
Pictured: Gingy Beltran and Louis Aguirre