It’s a throw-back-thursday post today with this lil photo diary from New Orleans. Last month, David and I traveled to Nawlins for our good friends’ wedding and I’ve been meaning to share a few photos with you all.
Love this city and love this couple – it was a really lovely weekend. Congrats Jon and Alyssa! xx
One of the highlights to blogging is getting to learn about breakthroughs in the industry first hand from professionals. I love learning about the history of a product and how it’s changed over time- especially as fashion and technology continue to merge.
Earlier this week I headed to the Design District in Miami to play with Omega’s new timepiece, the Master Co-Axial. The lovely team at OMEGA talked me through the technology of the Master Co-Axial, explaining the ability to resist magnetic fields and how this innovation sets a new quality standard.
The Master Co-Axial is also absolutely stunning! I’ve always loved to mix metals but red gold has been slowing taking over as my dominant preference. I really love the combo of the OMEGA red gold and mother of pearl face, too.
Before leaving we took a few shots across the street from OMEGA in the new Palm Court to show off the beauty of watch and new local shopping destination. It’s incredible how quickly the Design District is growing – definitely plan to visit if you haven’t been recently!
The OMEGA store opens mid December so it’s a great excuse to head to the area to check out the latest anti-magnetic breakthrough technology and the exciting development of one of our cities most beautiful neighborhoods.
OMEGA Design District, 111 NE 39th St, Miami, FL
Over my five years living in Miami, Art Basel has grown from a week of attending a few fun parties and art shows into a major event. The impact of this week on the Miami community is felt everywhere in the city, from small local artists to restaurants and boutiques.
As a small business owner myself, this week is an excellent opportunity to showcase my business to customers who might not hear about Slasher Girl otherwise.
To give you a better idea of how all kinds of Miami small businesses are taking advantage of the week, I visited a few of my favorite local spots with my girl Simonett of Style Mafia.
Watch us support the Miami community and take a look at where we love to Shop Small in our city!
It’s officially Art Basel week! I love this time of year in Miami. The weather is perfect and crisp, there’s so much to do and everyone seems to be in town.
I’m very excited to share this year I’ve partnered with NYLON Mag and Coach Eyewear for the week and will be buzzing around Basel in new Coach sunwear from winter 2014. This collection was crafted exclusively for Coach by Luxottica and each pair is fitted with optically correct, distortion-free lenses. Not to mention, each style is super-chic.
The above photos are a little preview of how I’ve been taking the Frances polarized pair with me everywhere. Polarized lens are especially important here in Miami — even in the winter it’s crucial to protect your eyes from the sun’s intensity.
Keep up with me on Instagram @adelduca and see Art Basel through my Coach sunnies. xx
It’s that time! Here are a couple quick shots from my instagram. Follow me @adelduca for lotsa updates all weekend. xx
What an amazing weekend! Miami could not have been more perfect – 72 and sunny. It’s weekends like these that make me so incredibly grateful to be a part of this city and it’s wonderful community.
Doing my part for Small Business Saturday, I visited one of my favorite Miami Beach areas – Purdy Avenue and the Maurice Gibbs Park. This neighborhood is so fresh and exciting right now. It seems every time I visit I discover a new store opening whether it be something completely new to the area like Panther Coffee or the new location of South Beach fave, Ice Box. I spent my afternoon getting my brunch on at Icebox and then heading to Panther for a cafecito to enjoy looking out on the bay.
What did you do for #SmallBizSat ? Tell me your local #ShopSmall faves on twitter @adelduca xx
Panther Coffee, 1875 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach
Icebox Cafe, 1855 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach