Every year, editors, buyers, and influencers alike head to Miami for a one-of-a-kind fashion week: Miami Swim Week. There, we're shown the latest and greatest in all things swim: new materials, textures, and of course, styles. We love seeing our favorite brands debut new collections, but our favorite part of Miami Swim Week is discovering the new brands about to hit the market. This season had no shortage of new it-brands in the making. Whether you are a minimalist who sits by the pool, a bohemian boat rider or surfer beach bum, there is a new brand out there for you. Check out our favorite new brands from Miami Swim Week and get ready to purchase some new suits. VIDEO: 5 Inexpensive Swimsuits for Every Body
Music festival season may be a few months away, but this past weekend in Miami, it was all about the food. Along with a slew of other lifestyle gurus, Hills alum Kristin Cavallari attended the annual South Beach Food & Wine Festival to host a rosé happy hour with Whispering Angel in honor of her forthcoming cookbook, True Roots, and presumably her husband Jay Cutler's recent trade to the Miami Dolphins, among other things. Other activities on her weekend agenda included an all-day cooking demo hosted by nightclub owner David Grutman, with a thumping soundtrack by Alesso. VIDEO: 4 Healthy & Tasty Desserts Here, Cavallari shares her top moments from SOBEWFF, because what happens in Miami doesn't necessarily stay there.
It goes without saying that Jonathan Cheban loves food. When he's not appearing on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the reality TV star-turned-entrepreneur—and token friend of Kim, Kourtney, and Khloé—is quite literally eating up a storm, diligently chronicling his various foodscapades on Instagram under the aptly named handle @foodgod. Considering many of Cheban's go-to spots are in Miami, one of his frequent culinary destinations, who better to give his restaurant picks for this weekend's South Beach Wine & Food Festival? "The food scene in Miami is as diverse as the people who live there," he recently told InStyle. "There's something for everyone, from authentic Southern fare to Asian fusion." RELATED VIDEO: Here's What You Can and Can’t Steal From Your Hotel Room Without further ado, here are the places to hit if you want to do Miami Foodgōd-style.