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Italian Flair

| January 3, 2013 | Parties

THE PARTY Since its opening in Brickell last summer, Toscano Divino has been revered by foodies for its Tuscan authenticity when it comes to food (thank you, chef Julian Baker). All that was evident at the restaurant’s first-ever Wine + Fashion Week, seven nights of culinary excess with a fashion and art slant. THE CROWD Among the 500 foodies and fashionistas who made their way to the restaurant throughout the week were renowned chef Marco Stabile (who co-created the menu for the occasion) and handbag designer Enricio Pucci (whose goods were available for sale throughout the week)—plus just about every Italian expat living in Miami. THE SCENE Throughout the week, guests perused Toscano Divino’s gallery to check out new art by Alessandro Reggioli and accessories by Pucci before sitting down for dinner and wine pairings. The idea? Life’s great pleasures are best enjoyed en masse. Photography by World Red Eye


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