If it seems like everywhere you turn when shopping, whether it be while flipping through the glossy pages of Haute Living or casually entering Miami’s newest cool eatery, there’s a prominent nod to all things ’70s glamour, then you’re right.
- 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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Call it our affinity for all things crisp and white, the fact that Miami is home or the sheer desire to hold on to every last minute of summer, but the age old fashion rule that bans dressing in white after Labor Day is officially outdated. Because a sleek white wardrobe is not only transitional, it’s essential (think statement accessories, footwear in exotic fabrics and classic poplin shirts).
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Impeccable finishes, walls exhibiting pieces by local artists and Ready-to-Wear that injects contemporary edge into a classic fashion brand is just some of what you’ll find at Louis Vuitton’s brand-new, five story boutique in the heart of Miami’s Design District. Refurbished vintage furniture, display cases and drawers with gold inlay and historic photography captured by NASA in the 1960s are more of the details we found particularly notable when we previewed the new digs last week.