It’s officially sweater weather in Miami, and that means that the city’s style set have already broken out their fur, leather and layers. Even if on most days, it’s still 80 degrees out. Fall dressing in Miami may sound like an oxymoron, but stepping out well-heeled and on-trend during the season is much easier than you think. And who better to teach us a thing or two about embracing cold weather garb than Vogue Mexico’s Editor in Chief, Kelly Talamas. Here, the ever-stylish Miami native gives us a 101 on embracing fall trends, explains the keys to investment shopping and selects her top fall must-haves.
- NAME Regina Arriola Cauff
- BIO With posts at fashion houses like Diane von Furstenberg, Chloe and Lanvin, Regina Arriola Cauff’s extensive career in fashion and publishing lends to her expertise in producing lifestyle content. Her eponymous content creation and production company, RAC, was formed in 2014. Formerly Haute Living Magazine’s Miami Editor, Regina has since transitioned into the role of a freelance writer and producer. Today, she contributes regularly to Haute Living, works independently for brands like Intermix and serves as a board member for Style Saves, where she spearheads community outreach for the non-profit organization.
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When it comes to costumes, it’s no secret that Heidi Klum continues to reign as the “Queen of Halloween.” Her transformations each year are testament to her wild creativity, fearless commitment to costume and the obvious fact that she doesn’t take herself too seriously. When she comes up with an idea, the Project Runway host seriously commits.
On Saturday, October 27, the W South Beach played host to one of the most well-attended events to kick-off the season in Miami. For the second installment of the Juice Foundation’s Fashion for a Cause event, Miami HEAT superstars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, James Jones, Ray Allen and Udonis Haslem stepped out to support the organization founded by teammate Juwan Howard and his exquisite wife, Jenine.