TAG Heuer Names Street Artist Alec Monopoly Art Provocateur

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You might not have heard his name or seen his face. He likes anonymity, often sporting a low-slung hat and a bright bandana to cover his countenance. Yet, chances are, you know his work. He is famed for his graffiti renditions of Mr. Monopoly – the suave banker from the eponymous board game – that

Perrier-Jouët Hosts Crime X Design Painting Launch During Basel

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Crime x Design, the social media sensational who curates his feed with luxury, glamour, and celebrities, hosted an exclusive Art Basel dinner party at Bagatelle Miami Beach on Thursday, December 1st to reveal his new art pieces with Perrier-Jouët. This private dining and gallery experience provided guests, which included fellow artist, Alec Monopoly, with unlimited

Black Jaguar White Tiger Fundraiser Brunch at Bagatelle

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Haute Living hosted a brunch fundraiser for the Black Jaguar White Tiger at Bagatelle Miami Beach on Saturday, December 5th, part of the Hublot Loves Art series of events during the art fair. It was a resounding success and the rosé-soaked brunch raised a whopping $230,000 to help feed and care for the big cats at the

Australian start-up lets you buy art on credit

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Art Money, the Australian start-up that offers collectors interest-free loans to buy art, is expanding its footprint in the US by teaming up with the New Art Dealers Alliance (Nada) fair in Miami. The company currently offers loans of up to $30,000 but will “probably go up to $50,000 soon”, says Art Money’s founder, Paul

Let’s talk about sex, Madonna’s Miami mission, and more Miami gossip

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Let’s talk about sex Do you need to go into therapy? If you have “issues”, confront them at Design Miami, where a psychotherapist’s studio, kitted out in luscious pink furniture and Kama Sutra wallpaper, is prompting visitors to reveal their innermost thoughts and desires. Designers Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari have even hung a saucy

Lionstone Development Celebrates 50 Years of Hospitality

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Lionstone Development is celebrating 50 years this month. In case the company’s name doesn’t ring a bell, two properties they own, Ritz-Carlton South Beach and Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, will. Lionstone is a family-owned company run by Diego Lowenstein, who serves as CEO, and his father, Alfredo Lowenstein. Haute Living got the chance to sit down with the father-and-son duo ahead

‘The Walking Dead’ recap: It’s not over yet

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Spoiler alert! The following contains spoilers for The Walking Dead season 7, episode 8 "Start to Finish." When the Alexandria wall came tumbling down on last week's episode of The Walking Dead, the question was not if our heroes would survive the horde getting into the community but how. And what, if anything, would change along the way. "Start to Finish" ends up being

‘The Walking Dead’ recap: One big happy family

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Spoiler alert! The following contains spoilers for The Walking Dead season 6, episode 10 "The Next World." The group of survivors that we’ve been following for six seasons on The Walking Dead has always been a family. It started out with many very real blood-ties: the Grimes family, Carol and her husband and daughter, Daryl

‘The Walking Dead’ recap: What are you afraid of?

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Spoiler alert! The following contains spoilers forThe Walking Dead season 6, episode 12 "The Same Boat." 18 people. Maybe 20. By the end of Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead, that’s how many people Carol Peletier, former abused housewife and baker of acorn and beet cookies, has killed since the world ended. And it’s starting to

‘The Walking Dead’ recap: Everybody dies

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Spoiler alert! The following contains spoilers for The Walking Dead season 6, episode 1 "East." “You’ll be alright.” That’s what we hear Dwight say after he shoots Daryl. It’s not clear who he’s talking to, or why he’s saying it, as it’s after the screen goes black, but he might as well have been saying