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About Sarah Arison
Arts activist and philanthropist Sarah Arison serves on the boards of The National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, the New World Symphony, and the junior boards for the American Ballet Theater and Lincoln Center. A Miami native now based in New York, she has also worked for W magazine and styled fashion campaigns and runway shows for preeminent designers including Oscar de la Renta, Chanel, David Yurman, and Alberta Ferretti. Recently she’s been doing styling videos and video coverage for fashion and philanthropic events
YoungArts / Atelier Swarovski Trunk Show Luncheon
Nadja Swarovski and Sarah Arison were pleased to host an intimate trunk show luncheon at Beachcraft at the 1 Hotel South Beach on December 2nd alongside committee members Lisa Heiden, Maria Giulia Maramotti, Marlies Verhoeven and Terry Zucker. During the event, guests were given the opportunity to shop an exclusive collection of Atelier Swarovski jewelry, with a portion of all sales being donated to the National YoungArts Foundation.Pictured: Lisa Heiden, Nadja Swarovski, Marlies Verhoeven, Sarah Arison, Terry Zucker
An Arts Evolution - Art Miami VIP preview
SocialMiami contributor Sarah Arison takes us on a journey through the Art Miami VIP preview, one of the most significant events of Miami's storied art week. This year's preview benefitted the Miami Art Museum, soon to be re-named the Perez Art Museum of Miami (PAMM).
Pictured: Aaron Podhurst, Pamela Cohen, Nick Korniloff, Thom Collins, Perez Art Museum director
Social Royalty: Sarah Arison and Patrick Mcmullan
SocialMiami contributor Sarah Arison was at the VIP opening of Design Miami mingling with all of the design heavy weights when she ran into famed New York social photographer, Patrick Mcmullan. In this 3 minute conversation, Mcmullan explains why Miami is the mistress and New York is the wife before an impromptu drop in from investment banker, Gilbert Harrison.
Tennis with Bombay Sapphire
The 2011 Sony Ericsson Open was one of the best Opens ever on Key Biscayne concluding with an epic men's final between the world's greatest players, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
The tennis filled two weeks featured many exciting events and SocialMiami was fortunate to spend a day with Bombay Sapphire, a sponsor of the Sony Ericsson Open. From the Bombay Lounge where our own Sarah Arison emceed a mix-off that pitted the men's doubles team of Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecau against each other while celebrity judge Cristi Rice(pictured
) sampled their Bombay Sapphire inspired concoctions, to the stadium court suite for a chic nighttime session, SocialMiami was there one cocktail at a time.
Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series
Bombay Sapphire and Russell and Danny Simmons’ Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation teamed up to create the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series - a nationwide search to discover the next big names in both urban photography and multi-media art. During a series of regional gallery events, 20 artists from these two categories were shortlisted and invited to Miami for a grand finale event during Art Basel.
After much deliberation, a jury panel which included Rush Philanthropic co-founders Russell and Danny Simmons, the program’s national curator Andre Guichard, photographer Eric Henderson and Marc Ecko selected Washington, DC photographer Stan Squirewell (pictured
) and Miami artist Jorge Cavalier as the first ever winners of the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series.