Markowicz Fine Art is revealing never-before-seen images of the legendary David Bowie this month.  Captured by celebrity and fashion photographer Markus Klinko, the exclusive collection of 14 Fujifilm prints were shot in 2001—and are just one of the many sessions over the course of his 15-year relationship with Bowie, notably the cover of his album “Heathen.”  

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Have you ever found yourself flipping through the pages of ELLE Décor or Cultured Magazine and thinking to yourself, if only my home looked as put together as these? Well, now it can. And the best part is, it will cost you approximately 80 percent less than retail. No, it’s not too good to be true; it’s Housing Works Design On A Dime Miami. Housing Works, a leading AIDS-service and advocacy organization based in New York, is bringing its wildly successful, three-day long fundraising event to the Design District this February 5-7, 2016. 

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Like clockwork, come January everyone is gung-ho on starting the New Year off looking and feeling better. It’s no surprise – all that holiday eating, drinking and partying can take a toll on your skin and your waistline.  For those looking to jumpstart or simply continue maintaining their beauty and fitness routines, we explore a few spots in the the Miami Design District to rejuvenate in January.

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Ahhhh, December in Miami. Winter for the locals and a break from frigid temps for most visitors. However the weather isn’t the only thing that makes Miami so desirable in December. The common dominator? Miami Art Week.  The annual art extravaganza takes over the city the first week of the month and just like the artists who have been carefully curating their exhibitions, those attending the shows and parties are busy organizing what they plan to wear. We caught up with some of the boldface names that will be hopping from fairs to parties and events in between.

Set under Sou Fujimoto’s glass facade in the Miami Design District’s Palm Court Plaza—an allegorical ode to South Florida’s seasonal downpours and blue skies—Mad Hatter, Mouse, March Hare, and the usual suspects from the Miami Center Theater hosted an interactive social in the neighborhood, transporting guests through the rabbit hole for a reenactment of Alice in Wonderland’s famed tea party. While kids from the neighborhood gathered at a table singing “Twinkle, Twinkle,” the dreaminess of a breezy October evening under the stars was not lost on the rest of us, who have been waiting for this weather since March. 

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