December 15, 2014 | by Lane Nieset
Where did rapper Drake dine with family and friends before he was involved in a physical fight with P. Diddy? This and more in this week's celebrity sightings.
Drake and Entourage Sample Siena Tavern's Menu
Before the infamous fight with P. Diddy, Drake was seen having dinner with his father Dennis Graham, producer Angelo Ferraro, and an entourage of 12 at Siena Tavern on December 7. The diners arrived at 10 p.m. and enjoyed dishes like Wagyu beef meatballs, grilled octopus, and kale Caesar salads. Drake drank Chopin Vodka and joined the group for shots of chilled Patrón. The meal ended with bomboloni and tiramisu.
Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs Dine at Katsuya
On December 7, the couple dined at Katsuya by Starck at SLS South Beach with four friends. The group sampled starters like the shishito peppers and miso soup; Pattinson was seen drinking a Sapporo beer. >>Read More
December 08, 2014 | by Kathy Buccio
This year’s Art Basel brought us everything we wanted: million-dollar works by the top artists in the world, a crop of exclusive exhibits and installations across Miami, and endless celebrity sightings. Here, we bring you our favorite celeb-centric moments from the past week.
Seen: Miranda Kerr, Kate Hudson, and Michelle Williams all rocked Louis Vuitton to—what else? A private event hosted by Louis Vuitton to welcome Basel-goers to Pierre Paulin's "Playing with Shapes" furniture concept on December 2. More photos here.
Heard: This year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund recipient Paul Andrew held a spring/summer trunk show at Capretto on December 4. As he graciously took photos with shoppers, it became clear that the shoe designer is still on cloud nine after being recognized by the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue: “Our Instagram following just jumped up maybe 10,000 in the last week,” he said. “It’s crazy—I’m trying to keep very level-headed about the whole thing.” >>Read More
December 02, 2014 | by Kathy Buccio
Miami's Simonett Pereira tells us where you can find her during Art Basel—no doubt with a few loyal mafiosas in tow.
Her distinct style is well-known in Miami’s fashion circles, so it's no surprise that her Art Basel invites have been pouring in. Simonett Pereira started her fashion career at the age of 18 as a graphic designer. But it wasn't until she launched a blog in 2012 that her empire really began to bloom. Soon enough, Pereira found herself buying and selling clothing with a network of over 400,000 followers via ShopStyleMafia.com; a year later she launched her own brand and a Wynwood showroom (2324 N.W. Fifth Ave., Miami) and now Style Mafia is carried in more than 50 stores worldwide.
The 23-year-old entrepreneur will be front and center during Basel, as Style Mafia sets up shop in Pop-Up Alley at Freehand Miami (2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach) from December 4-7. Basel-goers will also witness an artistic collaboration between The Two's Duda Texeira and Valeria Krasavina and Pereira. (Follow @shopstylemafia for updates.)
But it won't just be work and no play. When she's not rubbing elbows with the art and fashion elite or paying a visit to Spinello Projects' Design District pop-up featuring Kris Knight’s Smell the Magic, you’ll find Pereira at these Miami spots: >>Read More
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at Krysten Ritter's Ocean Drive cover shoot.