The social season is officially in full swing as people unite for events to remember, forging new bonds while reconnecting with old friends and taking full advantage of everything the city has to offer morning, noon and night. Networking never felt — or looked! — so good.
From Discussions on the future of the city to interactive launches, stylish soirees and groundbreakings galore, Miami stayed cool this summer by letting the tropical vibes and balmy breezes lead the way.
Goodbye Spring, hello Summer! The season kicked off in style as old acquaintances reconnected, new friendships formed, venues rolled out their respective red carpets and travel plans started taking shape.
MiamiaNS headed out to make an impact on the world like never before, benefitTing the community and countless lives through their words, actions and pocketbookS.
Pent-up energy hit the dance floor and lifted the velvet ropes all over town as swanky Miamians headed out to celebrate life and one another.
From celebrating our diversity to showcasing our tropical style and embracing entrepreneurism, Miami finished off one of the finest seasons ever as we said goodbye to winter and hello to spring.
Making a difference can be accomplished in many ways — and if there’s anything Miami knows how to do is give back!
As soon as it was time to turn the clocks back, the RSVP list made a comeback and all of a sudden, the social season was in full swing.
Even the flamingos said goodbye to summer and got ready to “Fall Back” into the holiday spirit as the days began to get shorter, the breezes crisper and the sunshine brighter than ever.
One of the most exciting things about living in Miami is our year-long, near-perfect weather. The changing of the season did not disappoint as we prepare for cooler days, breezier nights and a last quarter full of anticipation for what’s just on the horizon.
In our evergreen, always evolving backdrop filled with world-class attractions and nature at its best, there’s never a dull day and there’s always a new adventure to experience.
In what’s sure to be a summer to remember, locals and tourists alike are flocking to The Great Outdoors of The Magic City in record numbers as the sunshine takes center stage and our azure waters invite us to take a dip.
Nature once again took center stage as Miami began to transition from spring to summer. Whether enjoying time on land, sea or air, the city never ceases to amaze its residents with the abundant things to see and do around town.
The sun is shining a little brighter, the flowers are blooming, the days are getting warmer and laughter is in the air. Spring brings with it a newfound sense of relief and exhilaration as we sail into a new chapter of hope and optimism.
A wave of optimism took over the city as the vaccine rollout continued its progression and more and more residents began to breathe a sigh of relief. Although social distancing protocols and mask mandates continue, there are glimmers of hope that things will finally once again get back to normal at some point in the not-to-distant future.
As we welcome in a new year after the most “What just happened?!” year on record, we rejoice in the fact that although we’ve been through a lot these past few months, 2021 is shaping up to be the best year yet and things can only get better.
As we prepared for whatever winter brings our way, Miamians took full advantage of everything the city has to offer this past season to create memories that will last a lifetime.
With Fall in our midst, there’s an optimistic vibe in the air that things are slowly (and cautiously!) getting back to a semblance of what life was like before the pandemic as we slowly begin to socialize a bit more at a distance.
As summer passed us by in the blink of an eye, Miamians got creative with how they kept busy, remained entertained and stayed safe during the pandemic
Miami continued to showcase its resiliency to the world throughout the scorching hot summer months, confirming yet again that we are truly all in this together and brighter days are just on the horizon.
As much of the country was on strict safer-at-home orders, Miamians got creative with how to pass the time and make the best of a challenging situation. From balcony parties to caravan parades, social distancing took center stage as we were inspired to live life to the fullest during COVID.
Foodies gathered with Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli guiding them as they prepared a world-class gourmet dinner right at their table during a VeritageMiami Interactive Dinner. The festivities concluded with an hora loca after-party.
Award-winning British Chef Justin Brown made a highly anticipated debut appearance at the Aston Martin Residences Sales Center in Downtown Miami for a culinary showcase
American Heart Associations’ Go Red For Women hosted their annual luncheon at JW Marriott Turnberry to support the fight to end heart disease and stroke.
World-famous butcher, Dario Cecchini, joined forces with PATIO @ Continuum Miami Beach Executive Chef Fabio Vaccarella and “The Cauliflower King” Eyal Shani, to produce an extravagant 3-course menu
Akoya Boca West celebrated its grand opening event with guests enjoying live music, cocktails and light bites as they toasted the development milestone.
Brickell Magazine and the University of Miami Herbert Business School honored the first annual “Go-Getters” at Aston Martin Residences with culinary experiences from Novecento, ChiFa and SuViche.
Sirena Yachts hosted the world debut of the Sirena 58 Coupe during the Miami International Boat Show.
Valentino in the Miami Design District hosted a private cocktail party to kick-off PAMM’s 2020 Art Of The Party Gala with an exclusive evening of fashion and art.
During the Miami International Boat Show, Invictus Yacht USA presented the U.S. debut of the Invictus GT370.
Miami’s most fashionable VIPs came out to celebrate Silvia Tcherassi’s newest pop-up boutique at Bal Harbour Shops
BGI Capital, OneWorld Properties and Newmark Knight Frank led a real estate symposium at Mansion at Santa Maria to discuss ways to navigate South Florida as an entrepreneur as well as real estate and lifestyle trends in Miami and beyond
Women of Tomorrow and Moët & Chardon hosted the official opening of MILA Restaurant, Lincoln Road’s new rooftop sanctuary
LBV introduced its first Women’s Wine Club dinner in Miami at La Cava inside the Faena Hotel Miami Beach
More than 500 philanthropists and art enthusiasts joined The Institute of Contemporary Art Miami in celebrating its 5-year anniversary during “The 365 Party” presented by Cartier
Guests joined OKO Group and Cain International at the inaugural event for 830 Brickell, welcoming in the new premium commercial offering in the heart of Miami’s Financial District
Swire Properties and ISG invited their most valued broker partners at Reach & Rise, Residences at Brickell City Centre to a private exclusive gathering at East Miami’s Tea Room in celebration of the Chinese New Year
RIVA Residences hosted a “Taste Of The Neighborhood” event for owners, brokers and potential buyers while learning about the exclusive penthouse collection
Prada presented the Be A Voice 2020 Gala at Mandarin Oriental on Brickell Key to benefit Voices For Children and their efforts to provide stability, safety and a feeling of home by ensuring children in foster care have a caring and consistent person to be there for them and by providing resources to fulfill their needs.
Akoya Boca West recently hosted a Miracle of Hadassah charity event with Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America