There’s diamond jewelry and then there’s Sevan Biçaçki diamond jewelry — and the two are not the same. Walk into the new Sevan Biçaçki storefront in the Miami Design District, which is tucked into the second level of Palm Court and marks the brand’s first shop in the U.S., and it’s easy to see why this Turkish gem is Miami’s newest hidden treasure. As if the colorful, Michelangelo-like, hand-carved and hand-painted jewels in opulent glass cases aren’t enough, look up: the hand-painted Ottoman domes above you create the most-talked-about ceiling in the MDD. Basically, it’s like you’ve been transported to opulent Istanbul just by walking inside… and trust us, you won’t want to leave. 

This January in Geneva, the famed Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) watch show opened its doors to the public for the first time in its 27 years of presenting the year’s newest and hottest innovations in fine watch trends.

If Antonio Citterio’s name sounds familiar to you, it's because you may have read about the renowned Italian architect’s plans for a new ultra-luxury condominium development in Miami (but that’s another tale for another time.)  Celebrated for the sheer breadth and elegance of his hospitality projects around the world, Citterio is also the creative behind Kartell’s dynamic Multiplo table line.

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What happens when more than 30 top interior designers unite to create vignettes filled with chic merchandise that is all sold at 50 to 80 percent off retail? You immediately click here to purchase your tickets to Housing Works annual fete, Design on a Dime.

When Design Miami/ kicks off its 2016 fair later this month, it will do so with a bang by introducing Flotsam & Jetsam, one of the largest 3-D printed objects in the world, designed by this year’s Panerai Design Miami/ Visionary Award winner, SHoP Architects. The original design will serve as the entrance of this year’s Design Miami/ fair and afterwards be moved to Jungle Plaza as a permanent structure. Come spring/summer 2017, the space will be launched with the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami’s new signature program. The initiative will seek to partner with some of the most lauded artists of our day to bring public sculptures to Miami. Once completed, the public sculpture initiative will be activated with a program of talks, performances and cocktail events in the plaza.