By: Maryanne Salvat 

Crumb at The Webster 

Michelle Bernstein’s Crumb at The Webster, need we say more!  Combining two of Bernstein’s passions, food and fashion, the dynamic duo will launch on Wednesday, August 29. “I’ve been a fan of The Webster since it opened and love the space,” says Bernstein.  “The care and thought that Laure and Milan (The Webster’s owners) put into everything they do is evident and mirror how David (Martinez, her husband and business partner) and I approach cooking and hospitality.  Working together was a very easy decision to make.”  Crumb at The Webster will feature the fresh soups, salads, hot plates and to-die-for baked goods that Crumb in the Design District is known for, with future surprises in the works.  Initially, Crumb will serve lunch 11 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with fresh-brewed coffee, pastries and cocktail ‘til 8:00 p.m.  Housed in The Webster’s first floor lounge space, Crumb will seat approximately 30 guests, with an additional 12 on the outside patio, a chic spot for people watching on world-famous Collins Avenue.  The space is also available for private event buy-outs. 

 

  

Style Saves Presents Back to School In Style 

On Sunday, September 2, Style Saves will host its annual go “Back-to-School In Style” event at The Wynwood Cigar Factory from noon to 3:00 p.m. Utilizing the funds raised from the Style Saves Summer Fashion Show Fundraiser that took place at Soho Beach House in conjunction with Miami Swim Week, Style Saves’ founder and FORD fashion stylist Rachael Russell will lead the styling for over 150 students. Selected students from Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Miami Children’s Hospital, Miami Art Museum’s Girl Power and Tracey Mourning’s Honey Shine Mentoring Program will secure new outfits for back-to-school. The students will enjoy a day of makeovers and fun activities that include a bounce house and mini yoga sessions plus interactive games and arts & crafts. The day will also include perks like mini manicures, haircuts by Privé Salon, face painting by Make-Up by Aileen Quintana, cupcakes by Stella’s Sweet Shoppe and grilled hot dogs and hamburgers prepared by the chefs of Soho Beach House’s Cecconi’s. Rachael, along with Jilian Sanz, Fashion Director of Haute Living magazine and Amanda Del Duca of Capture Fashion will coordinate the styling for these deserving kids. Eyewear line, Tortoise & Blonde will be on-hand to check the students’ prescriptions and outfit them with frames to provide them with new eye glasses for back-to-school. Style Saves’ mission is to “build confidence through clothes and give a fresh start through fashion.” To accomplish that mission Style Saves raises funds to allocate to underprivileged students in the South Florida area. In collaboration with The Miami Foundation, Style Saves works with local retail stores, designers and boutiques to provide these students with brand-new outfits for back-to-school. The premise is to inspire self-confidence and give students the assurance they need to succeed, both academically and personally. For more information about the event or to become involved, contact Rachael Russell, rachael@stylerr.com

 

 

LeSUTRA Sparkling Liqueur by Timbaland

Grammy Award Winning Super Producer Timbaland will launch his new brand LeSUTRA Sparkling Liqueur at Fontainebleau Miami Beach over Labor Day weekend and kickoff the BleauLive weekend long series of parties and iconic concert performances. This exclusive red-carpeted, celebrity-studded weekend will include a private performance by Timbaland, Nas and Missy Elliott, as well as surprise celebrity guests and performances, tantalizing tastings of the sparkling liqueur’s four exhilarating flavors (strawberry, grape, peach and blueberry) and poolside parties with delicious LeSUTRA cocktails, developed by the resort’s mixologists. 

 

 

The District Factory on Fashion’s Night Out 

Fashion rocks the block outside The District Factory on Fashion’s Night Out on Thursday, September 6, from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. Factory fans are invited to celebrate one of the most fashion-forward nights in the world, alongside local emerging designers manufacturing today’s hottest trends. Shop 30 brands of accessories, apparel, vintage, and rock the block party with a special live music performance by dance- duo Afrobeta and sounds by DJ Mike Sike. The mash-up combines Bar Lab Spirited Mixology with cocktails infused by Société Perrier, Mandarine Napoleon, Gran Sierpe, and Zignum, a beer garden, food, giveaways, video art installation by Juan Henriquez and Carlos Pedreanez, the best in auto design by Prestige Imports North Miami, interactive beauty stations provided by Fashion Koncept and Blo Blow Dry Bar Midtown and more. The Factory, in collaboration with partners Miami Design District, The Beacon Council, and MIAMI Magazine, is open to the public and offers complimentary admission. Learn more at the DISTRICTFACTORY.com. 

 

 

 Yoga Does The Body Good 

September is National Yoga Month and the Ayama Yoga and Healing Arts Center is celebrating by offering free classes to the masses in their new studio in North Miami. Throughout the month of September, new “Yogi” students can drop in for a week of unlimited yoga classes, completely “gratis”. Not a new student? Current students of Ayama can also join in the celebration by purchasing classes at a major discount of 10 classes for $99 or five classes for $49.  Limit one package per person. Ayama offers 43 classes a week in various styles of yoga including Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha, Ivengar, Kundalini, Anusara, kid’s and prenatal yoga  classes.  Students of all levels are encouraged to participate and experience the many benefits of yoga including improved health, posture, complexion, strength, balance and flexibility.  Yoga can also help boost the immune system, relieve depression, reduce stress and help with weight loss.  For a schedule of classes, visit http://www.ayamayoga.com/schedule.htm

 

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