Trina Turk in Bal Harbour

Famed designer sits down with

Jamie Jo Harris, Jennifer Valoppi, Jennifer Postrel, Trina Turk, Marisa Toccin and Alison Zhuk

The Trina Turk boutique celebrated its exclusive grand opening in Bal Harbour Shops. Some of Miami’s top movers and shakers attended the soiree with a designer meet-and-greet and a night of shopping, where 20 percent of proceeds benefitted Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program. Guests included Jamie Jo Harris; Evelyn Lozada, Jennifer Postrel; Alison Zhuk, Alyssa and Raphael Reboh; NBC 6 anchor, Trina Robinson; Women of Tomorrow gala chair, Marisa Toccin; and Emmy Award-winning journalist and founder of Women of Tomorrow, Jennifer Valoppi. SocialMiami sat down with Turk for an exclusive one-on-one Internet video exclusive.

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Manny Hernandez with Adrienne bon Haes

This is it!

Manny Hernandez is known as one of Miami’s top social photographers with an all access pass to events that feature the biggest names in entertainment, art, philanthropy and society. “This is it!” is Manny’s take on the ’90s. The exhibition is at the Palms Hotel on Miami Beach through December 6th with proceeds from the sales of his portraits going to the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI), an organization dedicated to finding a cure to diabetes. DRI has a special importance to Manny. His brother, Michael Cafaro, recently passed away from the disease and the exhibition is in his memory. See Manny speak about his retrospective in a SocialMiami Internet video exclusive.

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The Other South of France

Miami’s Carole Kotkin, food writer for the Miami Herald and culinary instructor at Ocean Reef, loves to travel and loves to eat. On this adventure, Carole was in the South of France in the Languedoc Provence. As always, Carole relished in the nuances of the region, enveloping herself in the surroundings and giving way to the local delicacies and customs. Read about Carole’s adventure from the perspective of a foodie and perhaps you’ll follow her lead to Cassoulet, the other south of France.

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