Social Styles: Miami Loves…
Who Wore What to Where by Elysze Held
Fall season is in full swing here in Miami—(really, yes, even in the 90 degree weather) and Miami fashionistas are bringing it out! Stylist Elysze Held recognized a few similar trends happening at each event in town- -Shoe designer Sophia Webster Personal Appearance at Saks Bal Harbour to benefit Bass Museum; Core Creative event at the amazing PAMM Museum; Big Brother Big Sisters Kick-off for the Big Event; The Museum of Science Gala kick-off at Casa Korge; fabulous Garden Party at Adrienne Arsht’s Villa Serena hosted by Grey Goose and the Coral Gables Museum; DASH “Taste of Design” at the Moore Building in the Design District; Sergio Rossi Bal Harbour Shops Tenth Anniversary event; UM’s “Stop MS” Shopping extravaganza at Saks DL; Marchesa’s Keren Craig Personal Appearance at NM Bal Harbour.
Pictured: Valeria Zuban in Gerald Darel dress, Prada shoes and Hermes bag with Jennifer Smuschkowitz in Chanel dress & shawl, Prada crocodile bag and YSL shoes
VIDEO: Ornare Presents Design Talk
With Art Basel and Miami Art Week only days away, Brazilian closet manufacturer Ornare hosted designers Robert Brown and Todd Davis of Brown Davis Interiors for an interview with SocialMiami.
The design team has enjoyed extraordinary success since the inception of their company in 1994. The duo became AD 100 designers a mere five years after partnering in Washington DC.
Today, Brown Davis is based out of Miami Beach. The team prides themselves in starting from an architectural base and building out from there.
Basel at MCM
Miami Children’s Museum (MCM), Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, and International Artist Victor Matthews will collaborate in creating a sculpture installation at the Museum’s Watson Island location during this year’s Art Basel.
In the weeks leading up to Basel, Matthews will work with three groups of students to collaborate on an 8-foot sculpture inspired by his own work. Rush’s NYC students will use found items and imagery from their own NYC neighborhoods. Matthews will then work with students from Miami Children’s Museum after school program to create their portion of the sculpture representative of themselves, their city, and culture; Miami sessions will be held at Miami Children’s Museum and at New World School of the Arts. The sculpture will be part of MCM’s sculpture installation at the Museum’s Watson Island location.