Sunny days, art in public places, a sky blue retro beach cruiser, and a handy dandy map: the ingredients for Miami Beach Art Circuit, courtesy of The Standard Spa Miami Beach and Warby Parker. I was thrilled when both brands asked me to take their latest addition to the hotel for a spin. You see, guests at The Standard can hop on a complimentary Warby Parker bike, grab a color-coordinated map and see what Miami Beach’s art scene is all about. On a glorious Friday, with barely a cloud in the sky, that’s exactly what I did. And it was a blast. My outfit inspiration for the day: Parisian chic meets beautiful day for a bike ride. All that was missing: A bike and a pair of sunnies. Thankfully, Warby Parker provided both.
And we’re off to see …
First stop: Lincoln Road. Around Casa Harris, we call this sculpture the fishbowl, because we actually had a fishbowl this shape way back in the day. But the proper name is Morris’ and Dan Graham is kind of a big deal in the art world.
Next stop: the fountain, Save our Reefs, in front of Segafredo. It’s by artist Carlos Alves and is made of a zillion pieces of ceramic tile.
Since it was such a beautiful day, after the tour, I decided to take Thing 1 (Owen) and Thing 2 (Henry) for a walk. In my Warby Parker Tenley sunnies in Midnight Blue, of course.
Thanks to Collin Hughes for the awesome pics.