Urban Zen, Donna Karanâ€™s personal retail business, will have a pop-up store at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) during Art Basel Miami Beach and throughout the holidays. Artwork, jewelry, and home accessories produced by Haitian artisans will be featured, made from stone, wood, paper, metal, tobacco leaves and horn and transformed into objects of beauty. Karan, who has been a frequent visitor to Haiti since its earthquake, collaborates directly with the artisans of Haiti, sharing design and manufacturing ideas. Also on display will be clothing and accessories by designer Nektar de Stagni. All sales proceeds from the Urban Zen pop-up store will be donated to benefit MOCA and the Urban Zen Foundation, specifically for its Hope, Help & Rebuild Haiti mission. Open Weds from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Thurs â€“ Mon from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, November 20, 6pm-9pm – Port of Miami – Terminal D, 1435 N Cruise Blvd, Miami Organized in the amazing setting of the Port of Miami – Cruise Terminal D, the event will consist in the participation of 50 Italian Restaurants and gourmet food and wine Importers that will showcase their products and their chefs’ […]
Tuesday, November 11, 7pm – Havana Coffee & Tea Company, 155 East Flagler Street, Miami Havana Coffee & Tea Company is inviting the wonderful ladies to bring their girlfriends and have some fun for FREE Tuesday night 7-10pm! This Tuesday will mark the first of a regular ladies night, every Tuesday at Havana with different […]
July 29 & August 5, 8pm -Â Downtown Miami Residents and Visitors Center, Space 183, Mary Brickell Village, Miami Let’s get together and watch The Bachelorette on Monday July 29th and August 5th at the Downtown Miami Residents and Visitors Center.Â Join to watch The Bachelorette and share your thoughts.Â Wine, cheese and TV… RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org 0