Black Lightning at Miami’s Wynwood Walls

Beyond the glitz and glamour of the Design District, Miami boasts the colorful and artsy Wynwood neighborhood. The Wynwood Walls has become a haven for aspiring painters, graffiti artists, creatives and young innovators alike. Initially, in the 1970s revitalization of the old warehouse area by Tony Goldman, Wynwood Walls was a collection of giant murals…

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High Fashion at the Miami Design District

The Design District in Miami is known for its sleek modern architecture, upscale interior design stores and art galleries. The creative neighborhood provides shopping and dining, experiences with contemporary art and design, and enjoying amazing local events and inspiration. Home to more than 170 high-end boutiques – such as Chanel, Balenciaga, Hermès, Fendi, Dior, Cartier,…

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Color Express in the Museum Garage

The Museum Garage in the Miami Design District served as the backdrop for the Color Express look.  Designed and built in 2015 by five artists who did not know what each other was creating, the Museum Garage follows the rules of inspiration from the surrealist parlor game, Exquisite Corpse. In the game, each artist would…

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Little Havana at Miami’s Espanola Way

The flavor and spice of Cuba is evidenced in the open patios, whitewashed staircases and the light and airy backdrop of bohemian peach-colored facades of Espanola Way. Outdoor restaurants, beach shops, and little, white-painted alley hideaways, reminiscent of French and Spanish Mediterranean villages, line the pedestrian-only street.  In May 2017, Espanola Way had a $2.5…

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