Miami native Sarah Arison moved from Miami to New York City in 2008 where she worked as assistant to the Fashion Director of W Magazine and later as a freelancer hosting and styling videos for Elle.com. She was also styling campaigns and runways shows for designers like Oscar de la Renta, Chanel, David Yurman, Estee Lauder, and Alberta Ferretti. This busy young lady, who ping pongs between New York and Miami, is President of the Arison Arts Foundation, which supports emerging artists, and is on the Board of Trustees on the National YoungArts Foundation and New World Symphony. She recently left a position working in Retail Strategy and Brand Development at Lividni and Co. to start her career as a film producer- her first film, Desert Dancer is currently in post-production. Here are Sarah’s top picks to live the good life in her home town.