While the culinary crowds are still waiting for their food to settle from the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, the fashion crowd is scurrying around New York, London, Milan and Paris scoping out what’s new for Fall 2016. With so much ground and catwalks to cover, we narrowed down the runway’s best into these top trends to try from each fashion corner of the world.

When Javon Jones took the stage at the New World Center during YoungArts Week this past January, the audience’s fixation on the young dancer and choreographer was immediate. Performing original choreography to “Eli, Eli,” (translation: “My God, My God”) composed by György Deák-Bárdos, Jones stepped onto the stage blinded by a heavy, draped burgundy fabric. As the music began, he walked forward, letting the fabric fall and locking eyes with the audience.

When TRANSPOSITION: Over Many Miles premiered in the Miami Design District in December 2014, not even the artist Paula Crown could have imagined the iterations and collaborations that this installation would inspire.  Over the past year Crown has been reinventing the piece on the corner of NE 1st Avenue at 39th Street each season and exploring new ways of interacting with visitors and the community. 

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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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It’s that time of year again, when locals and food-lovers alike flock to the beach for something other than sunshine: The South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Beginning February 24, chefs from all over the world lead demos, host dinners and showcase their cooking. Though some will be excited to see Food Network headliners and big name celebrities, we’re looking forward to seeing local favorites flex their culinary muscles in new, exciting settings. Because most SBWFF events are sold out by now, we’ve compiled a list of ancillary dinners and events you’ll want to head to catch your favorite Design District chefs during this year’s festival.