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Fringe Benefits
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | March 5, 2014

Frida Giannini, Gucci’s creative director, unleashed her inner free spirit in the spring/summer ‘14 collection. Inspired by the carefree essence of art nouveau (the clothes were decorated with the era’s swirls and whorls), the Nouveau...

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Style & The City
Christina Lawrence, Michael Muzquiz & Stacey Rene Russell | March 3, 2014

Monique Miller
THE CURATOR

Like many other style professionals, Monique Miller landed in Miami after living in L.A., where she’s from; Chicago, where she attended the Art...

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Game On!
Stacey Rene Russell | March 3, 2014

The concept of Mind Games is rather out there. What’s your take on it? It’s not your run-of-the-mill show, but the relationship between the two brothers is familiar. Sometimes, my co-star [Steve Zahn] and I would just look at each...

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It Takes Two
Christina Lawrence | March 3, 2014

Jenny Zalkin grew up the daughter of an interior designer, so it’s only fitting that today, at 30, and the owner of Zalkin Interiors, she’s a rising star on the South Florida interior-design scene. But, ironically enough, the former stylist fell...

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No Compromise
Nate Chapnick | February 27, 2014

Simply put, four wheels are better than two. Thankfully, Mercedes robustly agrees, which is why, for the first time ever, it’s making the E63 AMG with standard all-wheel drive. At last, Georgia’s country roads, or those laden with snow, ice or rain...

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From Paris With Love
Ayesha Khan with contributions by Patti Dickey and Beth Weitzman | February 27, 2014

The rumors are true: In Paris, macarons are sweeter; wines are lovelier; and music reaches l’âme. Romance drips from every street lamp in this dreamy destination, but the city rife with...

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Soaring Ahead
Andrew Myers | February 26, 2014

Character doppelgängers are dangerous for actors. Should the public overidentify a performer with a single part, that association can quickly become as constricting as a corset, limiting casting options to the point of professional asphyxiation. The danger is...

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Garden Party
Morgan Golumbuk | February 21, 2014

1. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
A long-standing favorite in the Miami horticultural scene, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden continues to prove why it deserves its place in the sun....

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Foodie Fondness
Stacey Rene Russell | February 13, 2014

1. R House Wynwood
Food, art and music are what R House Wynwood is all about—and they all complement each other. Located in the heart of the neighborhood, chef Rocco Carulli...

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Love Bird Specials!
Stacey Rene Russell | February 6, 2014

1. Meat Market
For Cupid’s big night, Meat Market is featuring one-day specials that include an appetizer of six Kusshi oysters, a two-pound lobster split and steamed...

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