Stars Align

Wondering what your future holds? The new Cosmic Curations by Moxy x Sanctuary partnership aims to help guests find out through ongoing astrology-based insights, travel-inspired horoscopes and interactive content, allowing the cosmically-inclined to craft their best travel year yet, no matter when they pack their bags. Through astro-adventure guides, personalized travel recommendations, and unique guest experiences at Moxy Hotels around the globe, travelers will now have the opportunity to align their wanderlust to the stars like never before. This year marks a true cosmic roller coaster signifying major changes that will help shape our future for decades to come. “If there was ever a year for the stars to help inform travel, it would be 2024,” says Sanctuary Astrologer Lauren Ash. “Constant transitions will encourage people to get out of their comfort zone, make bold choices, and set the tone for their future.” Among the playful, interactive experiences, you can indulge in a new Sip By Sign menu of cocktails based on your zodiac; and be delighted by out-of-this-world in-room features that includes a retro chic rotary that lets you hear the year’s predictions based on your birth sign whilst taking a journey into your psyche with Dream Interpretations;

Nice Fit

The Louis Vuitton Spring 2024 Men’s Capsule Collection designed in collaboration with Tyler, The Creator is an independent ready-to-wear line that offers an intuitive link between two visual universes, merging elegance with a sophisticated preppy spirit. The collection is expressed in trans-seasonal silhouettes founded in the colors and functions of the season. Melding Tyler, The Creator’s iconography with that of Louis Vuitton, the emblem of the collection is a Craggy Monogram hand-drawn by the artist himself. Rendered in chocolate, vanilla and pastels, it evokes the creamy colors and liquefied textures found in the patisserie. Individual pieces are inspired by school uniforms, and showcase classic chinos and shorts with pleats and hems worn with dandy shirts dotted with graphic details. The collection also includes shoes and various accessories. The silhouettes display resolute shades and technical materials that are suitable for all seasons, making for a timeless addition to any wardrobe;

Talking Pictures

The 41th Anniversary of the Miami Film Festival will open with Thelma, directed by Josh Margolin and starring June Squibb, Fred Hechinger and Parker Posey; it will close with Ezra, directed by Tony Goldwyn, who will be in attendance. In between, there will be screenings of 10 world premieres, 10 North American premieres, 5 U.S. premieres, 11 East Coast premieres and 42 Florida premieres, as it celebrates over 180 feature narratives, documentaries, and short films of all genres. “We are so proud to have a lineup of films that will truly move audiences as we celebrate the very best in world cinema,” says Lauren Cohen, Director of Programming. “With over 30 countries featured and nearly half of the presented features being directed by women, this lineup showcases films from some of the most prestigious festivals in the world, as well as a hugely impressive slate of works from up-and-coming filmmakers making their premieres.”; Apr. 5-14.

Art As Dialogue

The works of Afro-Caribbean visual artist Kandy G. Lopez represent marginalized individuals who inspire and move her, and are created out of the necessity to learn something new about her people and culture. Her inspiring second exhibition in Arlo Wynwood’s Living Room Gallery Series, Our Shadow Remains aims for viewers to ponder a sense of community and clarity. “I would like people to see themselves, critique, question the repetition, and try to come up with answers for themselves,” says the artist. “Most times, we look for answers from others and don’t take the time to ask and answer the questions within.” On view until May 15;

Power Brunch 

Nestled on Hotel AKA’s 25th Floor, the new Sunday Jazz Brunch @ Adrift Mare includes a bevy of buffet, crudo and oyster offerings, choice of a la carte mains and side dishes, and bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys/Marias. Indulge in a lavish Crudo & Salad buffet and Black Magic Oyster station. Main course highlights include the Mare Burger w/ Gruyere, Fried Egg & Garlic Aioli and Eggs Benedict w/ Braised Short Rib. For those with a sweet tooth, desserts feature French Toast, Ricotta Pancake and Banana Waffle. Enhance your experience with a premier tableside Bloody Mary add-on. Well worth the extra splurge, it’s not just a drink — it’s a bold culinary statement. It blurs the lines between cocktail and cuisine, featuring all the traditional fixins served with Vodka that has been infused with Duck Confit, Elephant Clove Garlic and Portobello Mushrooms. Every sip is guaranteed to surprise and delight; — Photos by Javier Hurtado 

Versatile Style

Model & Entrepreneur Devon Windsor and Curio at Faena Bazaar recently launched Devon’s Spring 2024 Collection. Fashionistas are going gaga over the new collection of chic boho swimwear and beach coverups that double as dresses, in a palette of neutrals, blacks, soft pinks, and multi-colored designs. Prices range from $89 to $325. Located at the center of the Faena District in Miami, Curio serves as a 20,000 sq. ft. multi-sensory space featuring fashion, jewelry, art, objects, food and experiences. The building serves as a retail platform that brings the luxury community together under one roof, hosting thrilling pop-ups with brands and retailers from around the world;;