Miami’s always been hot. Six years ago, it started to get haute.
- NAME Stephanie Wilson
- BIO Stephanie Wilson is the former editorial director of Haute Living Magazine. She first joined the haute team in 2006, back when the West Coast editions were but a dream in the publisher’s mind. While simultaneously working on Haute Living Miami and Haute Living New York, she oversaw the successful launch of Haute Living Los Angeles in 2008 and Haute Living San Francisco in 2009. Stephanie managed all four bimonthly print editions from the corporate headquarters in Miami, where she moved a mere two weeks after receiving her degree in journalism from the University of Massachusetts. Stephanie has profiled the biggest names in a variety of industries, including Clive Davis, Michael Bay, Margrit Mondavi, Eva Longoria Parker, Donna Karan, and Francis Ford Coppola, to name but a few. When not writing, the New Hampshire native is still entrenched in all-things-haute, and can be found driving Lamborghinis up volcanoes in Spain, experiencing zero-gravity at 30,000 feet, or indulging in the best Miami has to offer.
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Our July/August edition of Haute Living Los Angeles is now online, complete with an exclusive cover feature on Dr. Jerry Buss, owner of the L.A. Lakers, with his daughter, Jeanie Buss, the team’s executive vice president of business relations.
This August, Concorso Italiano will honor noted auto designer Leonardo Fioravanti, who is responsible for the creation of dozens of Ferrari models, including the iconic F40 and the first-ever Ferrari Special Projects car, the SP1, which will make its North American debut at the event.
Dr. Jerry Buss, owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, built the most successful franchise in professional sports history. Today, his daughter Jeanie, the team’s executive vice president, is dedicated to ensuring that the glory years continue.
As July 4 nears, we know that the hectic “in season” in South Florida is long over. Miamians are being rewarded for enduring months of crowded streets and beaches with some pretty haute deals that encourage locals to emerge from AC-induced reverse-hibernation and pamper themselves.