Oh, girl, hope you're not getting your hair did soon, because Miami has experienced what we imagine must be one of the biggest hair care heists of all time.Thieves struck a warehouse in West Kendall on Sunday night and wiped the business clean of $80,000 worth of fancy hair products.
In the effort to marry food and fashion, Toscana Divino in Mary Brickell Village will be flying in sommeliers and designers and pairing them with chef Marco Stabile for Wine & Fashion Florence Week October 8 through 12. The organizers of the five-day event have hopes that it can be as popular a ... More >>
For years the Bal Harbour Shops have not only reigned as the premier point for designer shopping in Florida, but as one of chicest in the world. But now a new challenger is about to emerge in Miami-Dade. Developer Craig Robins is quickly making his dreams of turning the Design District into a sor ... More >>
When I first moved to Miami, I wanted to meet and greet everything that Miami had to offer: the clubs, the beaches, the hot Latin men needing green cards. So on my first night out, with my Massachusetts fake ID in hand, I went to a drag show. What I found there was a fellow Indiana native, dresse ... More >>
Gloria NavaGloria Shuri Nava is the queen of internet makeup tutorials. This girl is kooky, kinda filthy, clearly smart, and definitely mesmerizing. The 23-year-old San Jose native showed America how to slap on face paint like Natalie Portman's character in Black Swan while making funn ... More >>
So, one fashion week in town just ended, but another will begin this Thursday when Miami International Fashion Week kicks off. Yeah, it's confusing, but this one has a $1.5 million dress. Uh, does that mean the recession is over?Beirut-based designer Jad Ghandour and Danesha Luxury will present t ... More >>
Haircuts and back-waxes have gotten a lot of attention lately on the campaign trail. In March, the Miami Herald mocked Marco Rubio for spending $134 on a haircut at flossy-flossy downtown Miami barbershop Churchill's. Then Wednesday, Charlie Crist took a misguided jab at Rubio's hairy back. W ... More >>
via Explore TalentHey rest of the media, can we have a chat? So, a pretty young girl winds up burned to death in a dumpster somewhere in North Miami-Dade, and all anyone can focus on is the fact that she once appeared in a Playboy video? Over 80 girls are listed in the credits for that video, and ... More >>
CSI: Miami's producers have finally realized who the true star of the show is: Horatio Caine's sunglasses. In a perfect world, the sunglasses would talk (preferably voiced by Mo'Nique or Emo Philips), helping Horatio solve his cases, but they're doing the next best thing in the show's eighth se ... More >>
In France, major fashion houses and their designers are seen as cultural icons. When Yves Saint Laurent died last year, the national outpouring of grief was compared to what might happen in this country when a figure like Bob Dylan passes on. Christian Lacroix -- in this case the company, not the ... More >>
It's a little late for Thanksgiving, but Riptide would really like to express its most sincere gratitude to Burger King for being a locally headquartered corporation. It just gives us so much to blog about. Enter the company's latest stunt: a body spray that smells like "seduction, with a hint of fl ... More >>
Riptide continues to find out about exciting events during Art Basel that no one bothered to invite him to. So we are just completely and totally devastated that we weren't at the unveiling of the world's self-proclaimed number one transsexual Amanda Lepore's new signature fragrance. It's supposed ... More >>
When stunningly gorgeous California native model-slash-actress Anna Elizabeth decided to open a nail spot in Miami, her vision was simple and clear. "She wanted to open a fly-ass nail shop where bitches could come and get pretty before partying," explains John Guillot, the sassy and hilarious manage ... More >>
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They say you can't buy happiness. Tell it to Miami's footwear-craving fashionistas.
"Hey, I'm no Calvin Klein," says Shanie Jacobs. Yet her handmade angora garments fetch up to $2500 a pop.