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  • Dear Daily, Art Basel Miami Beach is still hotter than the Miami temps! In its 11th year, the “Miami Madness” of incredible art and endless parties was aptly dubbed “art on adrenalin" by artist Stephanie Hirsh. It kicked off even earlier this year on Monday with the VIP vernissage of the newest art fair, UNTIT...
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    Added by Lisa Anastos on December 11, 201235 Comments

  • Dear Daily, Art Basel Miami Beach was the wildest hurricane of 2011 from the whirlwind of art to the windstorm of parties!  The 10th Anniversary of the grandest art celebration in the Unites States was even hotter than the Miami Heat. When the doors first opened for the VIP preview, the buying frenzy began, and with the stock m...
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    Added by Lisa Anastos on December 7, 201119 Comments

  • (originally reported in the Daily Front Row on July 26, 2010) Dear Daily: Hamptons Edition! Dear Daily,Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center was super hot on Saturday night---and it wasn't just the temperature! Bob’s annual summer soirée was boiling with fabulous art, fashion and people.Heavenly was the dress code and if art is your passion, Waterm...
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    Added by Lisa Anastos on July 26, 201025 Comments

  • (originally reported in Fashion Week Daily in December 2009) Dear Daily! Art Basel Miami Beach is where the art and the parties are even hotter than the Miami heat! This year, the sun was back shining inside the Fair. The mega-collectors arrived early for the VIP opening and by looking at the huge crowd waiting for the doors to open, one might th...
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    Added by Lisa Anastos on December 16, 2009 — No Comments

  • (Originally Posted in Fashion Week Daily in December 2008) DEAR DAILY! Art Basel Miami Beach is still hot—and I’m not talking about the weather! Despite a cooled-off economy, it was another feverish week of fabulous art, fashion and parties…and many limited edition tote bags to schlep home to New York! My Miami madness began in my Loubouti...
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    Added by Lisa Anastos on November 24, 200970 Comments