Issue – November 2013

Bright Ideas

The Festival Of Media gathering brought together Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic market to share creativity and innovation.

Creative Encounters

The Pérez Art Museum Miami [PAMM] hosted their premiere gala kick-off event to celebrate the museum’s arrival in style.

Floral Forté

Sandra Shenker of Events With Glamour was the official floral sponsor for The Preston Bailey Show at The Biltmore Hotel. Preston Bailey is a world-famous celebrity wedding coordinator and designer.

Networking It

Blue Martini continues to maintain its title as the best happy hour in town complete with top-rate drinks and bites for all.

Beachfront Amazement

Property Markets Group celebrated the success of Sage Beach with a private broker event for the luxury property that features a melding of luxurious comforts and cutting-edge technology.

Greek Style

There’s never a dull moment at Taverna Opa atop Mary Brickell Village — and if you don’t believe it, you’d better stop by for happy hour and beyond.

Kid Help

Voices For Children Foundation Inc. hosted the “Be A Voice Awards Luncheon” with the goal of raising money to benefit foster children in Miami-Dade County.

Moving Forward

Perfecto Gastropub hosted Cervera Real Estate and some of Miami’s top real estate brokers to celebrate the demolition of the existing structure at the future site of Le Parc At Brickell.

In Good Company

Brickell Magazine & Key Biscayne Magazine teamed up with Saks Fifth Avenue Dadeland for a one-of-a-kind cocktail party to honor the “Dressed For Success” and “Most Beautiful People” past and present.

Drink Up

Bricktoberfest brought together over 6,000 guests to enjoy popular local, regional and European craft breweries and specialty beers.


Big Screen

C Seed changed television viewing forever with their $1.5 million, 301-inch folding and vanishing model. They’re back with the N1 for an affordable (relatively speaking!) yet equally magnificent alternative starting at $190,000.

Miami Chic

The city’s most stylish professionals dress up to strike a pose in the center of it all.