The Scoop: Miami & Broward | Weekend of November 7th

Cali Chic

The Webster is known for the chicest brands, but founder Laure Hériard Dubreuil also designs a namesake, private label that’s only carried at her stores. For the latest collection, she travels to Big Sur on the California coast. Silk, mohair and stretch cotton clothing (and a mountain boot collaboration with Pierre Hardy) evoke the exclusive enclave’s rustic vibe.

1220 Collins Avenue; 305.674.7899; 9700 Collins Avenue; 305.868.6544;

Wharf Wanders

Las Olas Boulevard’s next generation builds with the Wharf Fort Lauderdale’s debut on November 8. Spanning the New River from Esplanade Park to Huizenga Plaza, the Miami-born catchall features a spacious wooden deck and yard with a stage and tiki bar. Five eateries blend locals like Even Keel with newcomers including Miami chef José Mendín’s Piefather.

20 West Las Olas Boulevard;

Sterling Survey

Expect to see works by Sterling Ruby at Art Basel fair to coincide with his exhibit at ICA, Miami. Though it isn’t the German-born, American artist’s first solo show, the 75 works on view from November 7 to February 2, 2020 comprise his most comprehensive museum survey. Craft, a universal thread, ranges from ceramics to quilts.

112 NE 41st Street, Suite 106; 305.901.5272;

Eat Your Vegetables

SEED Food & Wine Week, the nation’s first plant-based food festival, has skyrocketed to 10,000 attendees in six years. Concurrent with World Vegan Month, the event takes place at multiple venues from November 7-10. The Sacred Space hosts the VegNews Summit, Grown Dinner and Blissful Brunch, while Saturday’s Tasting Village is at Mana Wynwood.

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