Teenage phenomenon Skyler Grey has been given his largest canvas yet: a mural in Miami’s Wynwood Art District commissioned by Avant Gallery.
Fashion house-branded residential towers are springing up in Miami faster than anywhere else in the world.
The exhibit traces the designer’s links with ancient Greek culture and iconography 20 years after his murder.
The Miami-based brand is expanding its fleet of mobile units fashioned from vintage vehicles, and taking them on a summer road show.
The unisex line of casual wear will retail for $200 to $3,000.
The competition will be held in the U.S. for the first time and will bring together LGBTQI athletes from more than 40 countries, including many where homosexuality remains illegal.
Presenter Valentino and director Franklin Sirmans’ friends raise $1.1 million.
The Miami design studio, offices, school and cultural center is expected to open on the Miami River in 2019.
The Miami Marine Terminal Conference Agreement allows the South Florida Container Terminal and the Port of Miami Terminal Operating Company to cooperate and confer in business and operating matters.
For Art Wynwood, Luis Valenzuela has created pieces inspired by Cuban artist Cundo Bermúdez.