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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.

Luis Rigual

Luis Rigual (left); Louis Vuitton’s Monogram Constellation Pocket Square (right)

The Editor, Luis Rigual, Editor-In-Chief, MIAMI Modern Luxury
"During Miami Art Week, it's all about outfits that can transition easily from day to night. Men are lucky in this regard. For me, it's all about a good pair of slim-cut slacks or jeans, comfortable dress shoes, a jacket and a pocket square for a dash of color, and I am good to go." Add a hint of a bright hue with Louis Vuitton’s Monogram Constellation Pocket Square.  Louis Vuitton, 140 NE 39th Street, 305-573-1366

Nina Johnson-Mikewski

Nina Johnson-Mikewski (left); Margiela leather boots (right)

The Gallery Owner, Nina Johnson-Mikewski, Owner/Director, Gallery Diet
"During Miami Art Week my days and nights blend into one long amorphous thing so I need to wear pieces that transition easily. My go-to is anything from Margiela! Their boots are so comfortable you can wear them all week and they always look great and their suits always become an instant wardrobe staple." We couldn't agree more and this pair of leather boots with leather lacing, zips and a rubber sole are the perfect pair for any art affair. Maison Margiela 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 101, 786-718-1931

Dr. Leslie Baumann

Dr. Leslie Baumann (left); Hermès scarf (right)

The Art Enthusiast, Dr. Leslie Baumann, M.D., Board-certified Dermatologist and CEO Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute.
“I'm planning on wearing black leggings and a long black top so I can highlight the scarf I bought from Hermès. They have a special flamingo design to celebrate their Design District opening. I love Hermès scarves and flamingos so it made sense to design an outfit around it. I have an adorable pair of flat Chanel boots, because walking the convention center can be hard on your feet. I wear these boots seeing patients and they are so comfortable.“ Get in the Art Week spirit with a similar artistically designed Hermès scarf in the Flamingo Party print that is available in a number of colors.  Hermès, 163 NE 39th Street, 305-868-0118

Randy Reed the Influencer

Randy Reed a/k/a Mister Fresh (left); Christian Louboutin’s Dandelion Tassel Flat (right)

The Influencer, Randy Reed a/k/a Mister Fresh, Men’s Grooming Content Creator, Bleu Magazine,
“Miami Art Week is the perfect place to highlight the art of men’s grooming and I’ll be sporting my Sunday best while hosting the Art + Groom pop-up event.  I’ll be wearing shirts from Saint Paul and Bevilacqua because they are cool, subtle and have a pop of color, which is perfect for Miami's vibe and culture. I'm pairing both looks with Tuscan loafers because I want to look good and feel comfortable at the same time.”   Get a fresh looking pair of loafers to emulate Mister Fresh’s style like Christian Louboutin’s Dandelion Tassel Flat. Christian Louboutin Men’s Boutique 180 NE 40th Street, 305-548-8246


Typoe (left); Jason of Beverly Hills Winged Pendant (right)

The Artist, Typoe
“Since my work this year is minimal – everything is black on black – my clothes will reflect the same.  One of my looks will be a black polo, black jeans and a black reversible Surface to Air jacket with black Del Toro shoes and a gold Akribos skeleton watch with a gold ring that reads ‘victory’ on it and a gold chain with a unicorn pendant.” If you’re opting for a monochromatic look, add a pop of pizzaz with this Jason of Beverly Hills Winged Pendant. 140 NE 39th Street
Suite 124, 786-838-0557

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