KRELwear: to wear a piece of art.

Karelle Levy, founder of the KRELwear brand, Swedish mother, Tunisian father, born and lived in Paris until the age of 6 and moved to Florida, Miami. After completing her studies, and being passionate about art, she decided to enroll in one of the most renowned art schools of America, the Rhode Island School of Design, with a major in Textile Design, becoming fashion / textile designer and performance artist. Four ...

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Abigail DeVille stories of black holes and rubbish between immigration and gentrification.

"The story that is usually told is the version of the winners. And it's trash! " This is the incipit of the meeting with Abigail DeVille at the ICA in Miami a few nights ago, for her performance as part of IDEA 009. A thirty-seven-year-old native of New York, a highly respected curriculum with studies at the Pratt Institute in New York, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, the Fashion ...

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The United States of America celebrate its 24th birthday between history, tradition, oddities and habits.

There are two dates Americans celebrate more than Christmas and Easter: Thanksgiving day which is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November and Independence Day which is celebrated on July 4th and represents the birth of the United States of America, which celebrate this year their 24th birthday. It was July 4, 1776 when the Thirteen Colonies -New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, ...

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A Day at the 1Hotel in Miami Beach.

If it is true that we told you that Antidote's Morning Story is on standby for the sultry summer heat of Florida, it is equally true that when it comes to excellence and commitment in terms of eco-sustainability it was inevitable that for the first pop-up store Antidote leaned on the avant-garde 1Hotel in Miami Beach. 1 Hotel, a philosophy of life well described in the few words expressed by Barry ...

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An evening with Pat Riley

Pat Riley this is his business card: nine NBA titles, for 22 years president of the Miami Heat. His curriculum is unquestionably one of the most impressive of all sports: player, coach, president. Few, in any sports field, have reached the levels of success achieved by Riley playing various roles in almost half a century of activity. He proudly shows off, almost in a showy fashion, the 2006 ring because, he ...

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Antidote’s Morning Story greets the summer with Danié Gomez Ortigoza. See you soon.

In June, the Antidote Morning Story cycle was completed, and will resume after the summer. A guest of Sophie Zembra and her team, Danié Gómez Ortigoza was at the last meeting. Danié Gómez Ortigoza, marketing degree, for two years corresponding to Glamor Mexico and Latin America, discovers the pleasure of writing as a means of expression, communication and revolution: as a convinced feminist - despite having three men at home - ...

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“Latteria delle Femmine”

Valentina Vergottini, born in 1983, looks like a blond doll with blue eyes and a wreath of flowers in her hair. She looks like she came out of a shabby chic magazine, an elegant shabby, but looking at her creations, one realizes that in her vintage clothing, there is very little shabby because the style of her creations is actually the result of study and attention to detail. Details that make ...

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Donald Judd’s paintings restored by Art Care Conservation at the ICA in Miami

The sinuous lines and the colors of Donald Judd break into the ICA, Institute of Contemporary Art, of Miami in a new guise, after the important restoration that allowed the display to the public  of 14 rare paintings in absolute first vision, which are to be added, in the work Untitled, 6 July 1964 in light cadmium, galvanized iron and red enamel, on display for a limited period,. The intervention ...

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Warriors-Cavaliers: fourth act!

It was since 1979 that both Conference finals didn’t end in competition 7.  Fighting, throbbing, it was exciting but at the end, for the fourth consecutive year, Warriors and Cavaliers will compete. On one hand, the team with the strongest NBA roaster, on the other the one with LeeBron, the extraterrestrial that so far played his best season. And to think that both finalists, after the respective Conference 5 race were ...

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Headless Chickens on Miami Rooftops

Since April, 3 headless chickens have been placed on 3 building roofs in Miami, precisely in Downtown, on the roof of the building on the corner of All Day at 1035 N of Miami Avenue and the Corner Bar; in the Design District at 3852 N Miami Avenue and MIMO at 5555 Biscayne Boulevard (it can be well seen from the Andiamo pizzeria). Headless chickens are real 4 feet tall (one ...

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