This week in Miami Vanity Fair hosted a series of events to honor the largest art celebration in the world.
To start the party NSU Art Museum and Richard Mile hosted a private dinner along with Bob Colacello and Bonnie Clearwater in honor of Douglas S. Cramer.
The special event at Juvia Restaurant celebrated “The Exhibition Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television.” Guests included Derek Blasberg, Jerry Bruckheimer, Larry Gagosian, Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Ocleppo, Karlie Kloss, Julian Schnabel, Sylvester Stallone, Hilary Swank and more.
And, during the day, Vanity Fair Social Club launched with programing taking place at The Wolfsonian—FIU.
Guests mingled amongst the museum’s exhibits and experienced the Lincoln Motor Company immersive Sound of Luxury featuring the all-new 2016 Lincoln MKX with Revel audio system.
Lincoln Black Label Indulgence bar served up Nespresso coffee and chocolate pairings as Movado’s latest designs were on display within the Social Club space. Beauty appointments by Sisley-Paris helped guests get ready for the night. With plenty of opportunities for photos attendees enjoyed the gifted Smart Phone Projector to look back at memories from the lounge.
The #VFSC hot spot also gave a chance to indulge in the beautiful luxury products of LAFCO including candles, soaps, and lotions that make it one of the leading brands made from natural products.
The series of lectures in the lounge included NeueHouse Presents Laurie Anderson’s Heart of a Dog with a film screening and q & a with the artist, director, composer, and performance artist.
Vanity Fair certainly made the week memorable and above all artsy fun.