Miami Living Magazine

Natalie Portman

Miami Living Magazine features the best Miami has to offer. Click on any magazine below and enjoy. You can download our free app on iTunes. Ideal for iPad and iPhone users.

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 439 of 489

looking to sponsor events that don’t have a big budget. “Visitors found Mela Water and secured the exclusive Mela token at Alphaa’s events throughout the entire week,” says Jennifer Sunnfors, CMO of Mela Water, one of the Art Passport’s emerging brand sponsors. “This 100% watermelon juice, crafted from real fruit, kept attendees hydrated throughout the vibrant week of Basel.” Collect the Melawater commemorative here: The passport also revolutionized the way major events reached their audiences. Fabel Miami’s four-day immersive Art Basel event on its iconic Wynwood rooftop drew over 2,500 guests. “We brought together the best-in-class artists, fashion designers, wellness experts, musicians, thought leaders, culinary masters, and entertainers and built an everlasting global community,” says Tara Delano, Fabel’s event curator.’s past projects have obtained global recognition. An immersive scavenger hunt and digital passport for Hamptons Fashion Week and New York Fashion Week in partnership with Metaburnett, garnered extensive coverage in notable publications such as The New York Times, Vogue Business, Women’s Wear Daily, Yahoo News, City Life, and WRAL News. As a women-led Web3 company with a majority of female employees, understands the importance of uplifting a diverse range of voices, and it is proud to champion a wide range of minority and female-led initiatives on its roster. What’s next? The Miami Art Passport is just the beginning. In 2024, plans to take its passport worldwide, bridging the gap between art, music, entertainment, technology, sports, and more.’s next activation is poised to take the passport to the next level in partnership with the US Olympic breakdancing team, the Breakers. “2024 is going to be an explosive year for breakdance, and as the sport continues to grow, digital platforms and new tech like what we are creating with can innovate how young athletes and communities of fans develop” says Amanda Taylor from the Breakers.’s Art Passport offers brands and event organizers valuable insights and a thriving art world network. Want to join the movement or explore sponsorship opportunities? Reach out to us at

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Miami Living Magazine - Natalie Portman