Miami is a town that proudly celebrates its past and present, and often combines the two — stroll along Ocean Drive and you’ll find cutting-edge restaurants and contemporary boutiques housed in Art Deco marvels. This season, we celebrate the city’s dichotomy with new pieces inspired by the glamour of the 1930s. Our backdrops: the modern art and décor at Four Seasons Hotel Miami in the heart of downtown, and Surfside’s Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club, the storied venue where Sinatra and Churchill once sought the limelight and the sunlight, elevated to a new era of glamour by architect Richard Meier.

Four Seasons Hotel Miami

The Hotel’s extensive art collection highlights Miami’s rich blend of cultures. The most iconic pieces: three bronze sculptures by Colombian artist Fernando Botero.

Four Seasons Hotel Miami

Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club

The Hotel’s Cabana Row, originally designed by Russell Pancoast and reimagined by Richard Meier and Joseph Dirand, was Winston Churchill’s favourite spot to paint seascapes and sip cocktails. Read more about the Surf Club’s legendary past here.

Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club

Digital Operator: Christopher Morel

Lighting Assistant: Nicolas Stipcianos

Stylist: Cannon

Market Assistant: Alexandra Lynn

Stylist Assistant: Kelley Harris

Model: Taylor Foster at Front Management

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