The Webster is known for the chicest brands, but founder Laure Hériard Dubreuil also designs a namesake, private label that’s only carried at her stores. For the latest collection, she travels to Big Sur on the California coast. Silk, mohair and stretch cotton clothing (and a mountain boot collaboration with Pierre Hardy) evoke the exclusive enclave’s rustic vibe.
1220 Collins Avenue; 305.674.7899; 9700 Collins Avenue; 305.868.6544; Click here
Las Olas Boulevard’s next generation builds with the Wharf Fort Lauderdale’s debut on November 8. Spanning the New River from Esplanade Park to Huizenga Plaza, the Miami-born catchall features a spacious wooden deck and yard with a stage and tiki bar. Five eateries blend locals like Even Keel with newcomers including Miami chef José Mendín’s Piefather.
20 West Las Olas Boulevard; Click here
Expect to see works by Sterling Ruby at Art Basel fair to coincide with his exhibit at ICA, Miami. Though it isn’t the German-born, American artist’s first solo show, the 75 works on view from November 7 to February 2, 2020 comprise his most comprehensive museum survey. Craft, a universal thread, ranges from ceramics to quilts.
112 NE 41st Street, Suite 106; 305.901.5272; Click here
Eat Your Vegetables
SEED Food & Wine Week, the nation’s first plant-based food festival, has skyrocketed to 10,000 attendees in six years. Concurrent with World Vegan Month, the event takes place at multiple venues from November 7-10. The Sacred Space hosts the VegNews Summit, Grown Dinner and Blissful Brunch, while Saturday’s Tasting Village is at Mana Wynwood.
We’ll see you next week with even more of South Florida’s places to go!