This September 14 and 15, Gilt City Miami,Â brings what Vogue has called the â€œonline shopping phenomenonâ€ to the Miami Iron Side. Shoppers will find racks stocked with fashion of all kinds including the newest shoe styles, jewelry, suits, jackets, denim, tops and outerwear for men, women and children. For the home, expect bedding, kitchen and bath accessories, decorative pieces and much more. During breaks perusing the racks, you can refuel with snacks by KIND Bars and PopChips and stay hydrated with beverages courtesy of VeeV, Vita Coco and FIJI Water. And, of course, you can expect hundreds of top brands, from both up-and-coming young designers and the most venerable fashion houses. Fashion lovers will be able to peruse designer and contemporary dresses, tanks, tees, shirts, skirts, sweaters, swimwear, jackets, denim, suits and coats. Those who love accessories will find bags, bangles, sunglasses, sandals, boots, wedges, heels, sneakers, belts and more. In between trips to the dressing room, youâ€™ll fuel up with snacks and beverages.
Wednesday, December 10, 6pm -Â Bocce Italian Ristorante, 3252 Ne 1st Ave, Miami Midtown Join Miami Herald’s Food Editor Evan Benn and Bocce Ristorante for an Italian Beer Happy Hour paired with a menu by Executive Chef Daniel tackett. $25 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance. RSVP: email@example.com
Saturday, February 11, 6-9pm -Â Nina Torres Fine Art,Â 1800 North Bayshore Drive,Â Miami Nina Torres Fine Art at 1800 gallery will kick off 2012 with the “Gallery Walk on the Bay,” a first in the Arts and Entertainment District.Â The gallery walk begins at Nina Torres Fine Art, featuring the exhibition, “Monumental: Here and Now,” and continues down […]
September 11 – 13, Miami Center for Architecture & Design,Â 100 NE 1st Ave, Miami 2015 marks the fourth annual Art Days weekend. Art Days features a variety special programs and free events (unless otherwise noted) packed into three fun-filled days. The Miami Center for Architecture and Design (MCAD) in the heart of Downtown Miami’s historic […]