I always say it, color is my language- so imagine my surprise when on my last month visit to the Pérez Art Museum in Miami , Julio Le Parc, the Argentine-born, Paris-based 88-year-old and one of the most significant
Wabi-sabi is the art of finding perfection in something imperfect. This beautiful Japanese mind-set, was without a doubt, the highlight of my Miami trip last month echoing a philosophy that Chef Michael Lewis and Genera
One quiet afternoon at home in Manhattan I read on the new York Times: ” Zak H. Stern, a.k.a. Zak the Baker, opened his new glatt kosher deli in the second week of January and closed it, locking the door, after
Last November at the occasion of my Niece’s wedding I stayed at the Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach and had the privilege to sleep in one of the most gorgeous suites the city has to offer. Inspired by the Fuji-
Not a coincidence but I like everything related to worship and the Faena Hotel Miami Beach’s spa, called Tierra Santa which is Spanish for “holy land,” or “holy ground is my kind of Miami’s holy grral.
If you haven’t had the chance to go to Cuba this year here is your chance to get transported to the bygone era of glitz and glamour of that country . Dress sharp better in formal attire and book your table at El
One early morning after a long and relaxing swim at the ocean , I checked ( as usual at that time) my Instagram feeds in the elevator on my way up to my room. An impressive picture of neatly organized fruit bowl with ac