Coastal Georgian Jewel

At once an elegant, cocktail-in-hand Southern belle celebrating her Revolutionary War lineage, and wackadoodle liberal arts sanctuary wafting with paranormal giddiness, Savannah transcends its aura of horse-drawn carriages on cobblestones.   WHAT TO KNOW Pedestrian friendly and hopelessly romantic, get lost in the nooks and greenery of 22 monument-and-fountain-adorned squares shaded by century-old oaks dripping […]

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Autumnal Almanac

From Palm Beach to Miami Beach, here are six reasons to get out and support South Florida’s top cultural institutions. MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART NORTH MIAMI Hurry and visit MOCA for the “Michael Richards: Are You Down?” exhibition, which features works by the late Richards, who died on September 11, 2001, while working in his […]

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Designed Living

From the opening bell of the stock markets to the excited shrieks of clients in awe, Galey Alix is a multi-hyphenate whose balancing act includes working at Goldman Sachs and redesigning homes. Just check out Alix’ hugely popular social media accounts to witness her infectious energy in action. Favorite spot to shop? My go-tos for […]

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Saddled In

With over a billion dollars in closed sales, Nancy Batchelor is as big as it gets in South Florida’s competitive real estate market. As a top associate at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty for over 20 years, she has excelled at finding dream pads for celebs, CEOs, and world elite alike. Here is how she […]

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Strike your Fancy

Behold a selection of grand ideas any joie de vivre afficionado should know all about. Since 1853 Steinway & Sons have set an uncompromising standard for sound, craftsmanship, and design. This venerable manufacturer has been the piano of choice for Diana Krall, Billy Joel, Cole Porter, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. In 2015, Steinway launched SPIRIO, a […]

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Culture at Heart

To claim that Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is going big for its 15th anniversary would be an understatement. When it comes to one of the largest spectator spaces of this sort in the United States, scale at this César Pelli-designed arts hub carries a significant meaning. Credited with having spearheaded new […]

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Page Turner

Lusting over interiors more than ever? These coffee table books will have you reimagine your home, from the attic all the way to the basement. BY DESIGN: THE WORLD’S BEST CONTEMPORARY INTERIOR DESIGNERS By Editors Phaidon What better way to draw up inspiration for your home than by checking out 100 incredibly talented interior designers […]

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High Spirits

A day in the life of show jumping’s stylish star. At just 21, Lucy Deslauriers has a lot going on. The Grand Prix show jumping rider, who’s been in the. equestrian circuit since she was 5 years old, is finishing her senior year at the University of Pennsylvania, while also training and competing in her […]

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Staying Power

With a global footprint and newly opened restaurant in New York City, Chef Daniel Boulud has a long and doting relationship with South Florida. It was the first place I visited in America,” says Lyon-born Daniel Boulud in his charming French accent. The renowned chef was only 25 years old when he arrived in Florida […]

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All that Jazz

Delivering a multisensory experience, New Orleans is the nation’s epicenter of sound, taste, and sight. The birthplace of jazz with a Creole and Cajun culinary heart — and a reputation inseparable from voodoo and the raucous French Quarter — “The Big Easy” is a must visit. While it’s easy to fall into the city’s many […]

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