With Miami Art Week in full swing, we’re taking a look back at events like YOLA Mezcal’s dinner with Beats by Dre, the pre-sale launch of Diesel Living’s new branded residences with Bel Invest, and more.
On Tuesday, YOLA Mezcal, along with Beats by Dre and brand founders Lykke Li, Yola Jimenez, and Gina Correll, invited guests to Soho House Miami for a night featuring a culinary experience and special performances. Celebrating the brand’s Miami launch and honoring creative women around the world, attendees dined on a menu curated by La Pollita and Boia De’s chef Luciana Giangrandi, which was complemented by YOLA Mezcal cocktails from New York’s Cosme and Yana Volfson, Atla’s beverage director. The evening came to a close after music by DJ Mia Moretti and performances by Lykke Li, Morgan Kibby, and Mereba.
Yesterday, luxury brand Diesel Living and Bel Invest launched the pre-sale period of their brand-new collaborative condominium project, Diesel Wynwood. Due to begin construction in April 2020, the unique branded residential building will feature 143 loft-style residences and commercial space, which will be infused with top-tier tech amenities and the brand’s distinctive style. Guests in attendance (including Paris Hilton, Alec Monopoly, Charlie Sheen, Angus Cloud, and Patrick Pires) enjoyed an all-night set by DJ Amrit and were given the opportunity to purchase one of the most expensive t-shirts ever, which the brand created as a playful way to promote the pre-sale. The series of 143 t-shirts each corresponded with the floor plan of the residences and, upon purchase, came with a free apartment.
Afterwards, Dom Pérignon and its creative director Lenny Kravitz hosted an exclusive Last Supper at the home of Alan Faena in celebration of Kravitz’s limited-edition Dom Pérignon collection. The pair invited an intimate group of friends for a meal by Chef Francis Mallman, followed by a VIP party featuring a DJ set by Diplo. Commemorating the champagne brand’s return to Art Basel, the afterparty saw guests like Paris Hilton, Tommy Hilfiger, Alex Gilkes, Tove Lo, and Bad Boy Bunny enjoying Kravitz’s newly released Blanc Vintage 2008 and Rosé 2006.
And today, GANNI launched its Miami Design District flagship with a pop-up bike installation, inspired by the brand’s home city of Copenhagen, Denmark. For the pop-up, GANNI’s reflective leopard print bikes will be appearing around the city, inviting customers to visit the new boutique to win a one-of-a-kind bike of their own. Inside the store, visitors will find an inviting space featuring bright, playful colors that embody the brand’s codes and the vibrant Miami lifestyle.