NO PUEDO: 2017. Take Care Brush Your Hair. X

So, here it goes. The holiday season. Everyone is saying what a bad time it was to receive the news I did. No, there is never a good time for bad news. But what happens when you feel that ‘bad’ news is actually good? Well that is my story. This is my journey: making lemonade out of lemons. Incase you missed the memo, I moved back to Miami. Truth be told, I have ...

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The Best Event to EVER hit Gulfstream, SO on Saturday, race on over & experience the Pegasus World Cup Invitational!

The $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (also known as: the world’s richest thoroughbred horse race), is likely the only thing, aside from Williams Sonoma that would bring me to Gulfstream Park! This Saturday, the most-chic horse race of 2017 is arriving in our back yard, people! Oh, did I mention, it is accessible to all? On Saturday, January 28th, Honorary Chairman and Founder Mr. Frank Stronach  and his daughter Belinda, President of The ...

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2016: “I Don’t Regret A Single Moment, When I Think Of all Those Disappointments, I Just Laugh” – George Michael

I have not written in a while. I am not sure if it is a matter of lazy or busy or what...but, here I am, on the last day of 2016. So emotional, this year has been a complete myriad journey, consisting of the highest highs and the lowest of lows. I have met some of the best people in my life, and gotten rid of toxic dangers to humanity; ...

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No More Tears presents the Hand in Heart Awards. Um, Hello! YOU are Invited to Join US!

Believe it or not, season is here, and there is no better way to kick it off than at the Hand in Heart Awards at the Sacred Space. Are you busy on Saturday, October 1st? Well, if not, boy do I have the perfect plan for you. From noon to 3 p.m., Somy Ali of No More Tears, along with a kick ass committee of powerhouse women, including moi, Daniella Frewa, ...

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Meet 9 of Miami’s Most Fierce Women, Whom Have It Goin’ Onnnn…..

I’m all about la femme. Today, I dedicate this post to a few of my local Miami ladies who are making strategic and business savvy moves in our community. Individually, they are entrepreneurial; simply killing it. From experts in medicine and beauty to gorgeous musical play list creators, creative chefs running foodie trucks, style guru’s, designers and beauty queens, meet some noteworthy souls, who I call my friends….who if you ...

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Have a PULSE? Need a REMEDY? Look NO further than DR. Jarred Mait, Miami’s PREMIER Concierge DOC!

Have a PULSE? Need a REMEDY? Well, anyone who follows me, knows one thing for sure: what you read is legit. There are no behind the scenes payments to write an article, nor to feature a product. It is not how I operate. At MsErinsita, I am your destination for pure honesty. Like me or not, you know you have to look no further than my website...my content is 1 step ...

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Palm Beach’s MOST Haute Baby Shower, in honor of Brian Long and Todd Corder’s TWINS!

No big deal, I just attended my first society gay baby shower at the third largest home in Palm Beach. Believe. A few years ago, I became friends with Todd Corder and Brian Long. Shortly after, they invited me to volunteer with them at the Ronald McDonald House, at Jackson Memorial, cooking for sick children. They made me a better person. On Sunday, my dear friends Todd and Brian celebrated their twins-to-be: ...

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Celebrating Two “Visionary Women”: author Angella Nazarian and Somy Ali, all in ONE day! Fashion + Fab Overload.

Last Thursday in Miami was a pretty huge social day for moi. It entailed two colorful outfit changes between event one and event two. The day was based around fashion and philanthropy with a twist of intellectual conversation. Then add some tears, plus a few glasses of rose and champagne…That is the short of the long. However, I went to bed knowing that hard work by a slew of beautiful ...

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It’s 2016, and I already have 9 Brand New Discoveries in Miami Since Last Year. You’re Welcome. XO. MsErinsita

It is 2016. I kind of still, can not grasp this. I am 32. My astrologer Angelo, told me major things were happening this year. About 10 years ago, as I sat at his table on a major dose of Aderall, that is all I can recall. Go figure. Breathe. So, the purpose of this post, you ask? Well, it is to share MsErinsita’s Miami-centric favorites that I have discovered most ...

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LOEWE: My Story = Grandma to Madrid to the Design District to Mexico City, the Brand is SO on Top of its Game that for ONCE, I have NO WORDS

Way before the boutique opened in Miami's Design District + way before I went to the ARCO, the Art Fair in Madrid with my parents a few years back + way before my mom was rocking her Vintage Loewe bag from Switzerland that she bought from our friends Peter and Mario, I knew about the brand because when I grew up, it was one of the brands my Grandma Berenice ...

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My Journey Through Art Basel and Grateful That We Don’t Have to Hear Those Two Words Again…for A LONG time

Current status: It is Sunday and I am still recovering from Thursday evening plus experiencing a hangover from a visual overload of blue chip art. I sit on a plane experiencing major turbulence and I shall openly admit that I just inhaled two bags of Ruffles. Yeah, I swear, not so chic….but maybe the Hermes silk scarf covering my hair helps the attractive factor? I doubt it. So, the two past days ...

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Day 1 of Art Basel = 3 Shoe Changes, Great Hair, YoungArts + Society n’ Art Galore, Omar’s, W Magazine n’ Mia Moretti = OUI

Today….was long. One YSL outfit, a cash offer on my gold leather Vintage YSL Leather Jacket and three pairs of shoes later, it is 10:13 P.M., and homegirl, yours truly, is home. Thank god. With fresh popcorn en route and some Ksumi night tea in my vicinity, I sit and write about my wondrous journey of le art fair…Art Basel...which all began, at 7:40 A.M. with a wake up from ...

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A Toast, A Personal Story and a Recap on How We Celebrated 50 Years of the Bal Harbour Shops

I flew home from Mexico City with a carry on containing my size 2 Roland Mouret dress, Jimmy Choo suede pumps and my laptop. There are not too many things that make me want to voluntarily leave my life in the DF, but when you are one of fifty invited to a 50th birthday party of the first all-luxury fashion center featuring high-end retailers in a tropical, open-air setting, anchored by ...

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Natalie Papadam is her name, and Let’s ALL Celebrate Our Local Hero on Saturday Night

This Saturday evening in Miami, if you have nothing penciled in, boy do I have the perfect plan for you. A few years ago, Ani Sierra introduced me to Natalie Papadam. As I noted in  a past blog when I was the Lifestyle Editor of HauteLiving.com “calling her beautiful and kind would be an understatement.” (Click HERE to buy tickets NOW) As I sit I Mexico City with chills still running up my spine, ...

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Lara and Sarah Do It Again….This time for India Hicks new book “Island Style”

When I think of India Hicks, I think of the gleaming Pink Sand in Harbour Island in the Bahamas. The next thing that comes to mind is my favorite yellow caftan, designed by Hicks, that I travel with, often. It is one of my favorite Caribbean-esque garments in my closet and I have worn it, and re-worn it (a MsErinsita faux-pas), so when my dear friend Lara Shriftman personally emailed, ...

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Lara n Sarah host Kate Betts at Bal Harbour in honor of ‘My Paris Dream’

You know you’ve officially made it when Lara Shriftman is inviting you to her rather intimate luncheons. So, what do you do when you receive the personalized emails? Obvi, reply, yes and merci. This past invite was more special than those of the past. You ask why? This luncheon, hosted by Cultured Magazine Editor Sarah Harrelson and PR Guru Lara Shriftman was in honor of Celebrity Author/Editor Kate Betts brand new acclaimed book ‘My ...

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OHHHHHHmega….

Last night in the heart of Miami’s Design District, the slit in my YSL gown plus the upper side visibility were not the only things in full effect. If you did not know, or perhaps were not invited, FYI: Omega threw quite a soiree, if I may say so myself. The purpose? To celebrate the opening of the brand new magnifico boutique but also, to display their historical timepieces that ...

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Inside the Uber Exclusive Dinner with DSQUARED2 and as usual, MsErinsita was there!

The hot, flaming and hysterical brothers Dean and Dan Caten of the legendary fashion house DSQUARED2 were in Miami for the opening of their brand new boutique at the Bal Harbour Shops. Unable to attend the store opening because I had the glamorous birthday party of Susanne Birbragher, I was fortunate enough to be selected to join the real-deal soiree: a 30-person celebratory dinner at Mandolin Beach at the SoHO ...

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Inside the Life & Closet of Miami’s Femme Belle: Kristin M.K. Ducote

A year ago, I was invited to Wine, Women and Shoes by Roger Vivier. What a luncheon. While mingling in the crowd, I noticed a girl I had never seen before among the society circles, and her overall energy and personal style caught me off guard. This rarely happens. Over the past year, we have ended up at luncheons, dinners and gala’s alike. We most recently became friends. Kristin M.K. Ducote, ...

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Reggie Ann Rubin, Thank You for Shining Bright Like a Diamond in all of our Lives….

When my grandpa Samuel Steiner passed away in September, Reggie wrote on my Facebook wall. Here is what she said: Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal. Just last Thursday, before I left to Ocean Reef, I came to see you at Aventura Hospital. In your Philadelphia accent, you said: “Erin, hold my hand. I want you to know I am sick and it ...

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My Sunday Morning: Bal Harbour Shops + Downward Dog = Bottega Veneta between my legs

While in downward dog, between my legs I saw Bottega Veneta, Roger Vivier and Loro Piana. While in warrior one, I glanced at my two favorite jewelry shops: Van Cleef & Arpels and my future of Graff…You must wonder what in the world am I talking about? On Sunday morning, I was invited to experience the most heavenly Yoga experience of my existence. At first, I said to myself ‘ugh, yoga?,’ ...

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Straight from the Horses Mouth: ‘Miami It Girl Erin Newberg Lives the Life You Wish You Had’ – Racked Miami

Just this morning, Racked Miami posted a story on MOI! I could not feel more humbled, which is so hysterical, considering the petite narcism included in the interview below, between Editor Ashley Brozic and I. Below, Racked captured my current existence in society, travel, love, life and beyond. Here is MsErinsita in all of her glory. Hope you J'ADORE this one kids.... Miami's socialite-at-large talks style, status, and reality TV stardom. We'd like ...

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Help Eduardo Bravo get the Gay Wedding of his Dreams at the Biltmore: “This is a long distance love, we just want to be together.”

Imagine this: You are on a layover in London, and happen to end up on your one night in town, at the bar at the W hotel in SoHO. It is the end of the evening and you stumble across a man. Your eyes lock. Like two magnets, you are drawn to another, and conversation leads to a room. You awake in the morning, say ‘thank you for being the ...

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Poppin’ Bottles of Bubbly with Society Galore at le Clicquot Carnival

There was absolutely no shortage of bubbly and-or chicness at the Thompson Hotel on Miami Beach, where Veuve Clicquot took over Seagrape, the outdoor restaurant for a beyond exclusive brunch on Saturday. Yesterday, a rather tranquil Sunday conversation went as follows: “How amazing was yesterday?” “I wish we had one of those experiences every weekend. Our world would be a better place.” The luncheon was Brazilian themed, hence its name: Clicquot Carnival…leading me ...

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Wine, Women and Shoes = Brunch du Chicness for Charity

For the second year in a row, I attended one of Miami’s best luncheons: Wine, Women and Shoes. Last year, I was the guest of Roger Vivier, the sponsor. This past year, my girlfriend Karla Dascal of Karla Conceptual Event Experiences, Miami’s most exquisite events/production/floral company, asked me to join her table, so of course, I said OUI! Dripping in a mix of new, and Vintage Chanel, I headed to the ...

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How I Gave Washington Some Flavor when Invited to The Blair House to Honor Kehinde Wiley

On Sunday, having just arrived from 10 days abroad, my mother presented a proposal that was hard to reject. She asked, ‘Erin, join me in Washington, D.C. at the Blair House with Julie and Bennett Roberts of Roberts & Tilton Gallery at an intimate event to watch my friend Kehinde Wiley receive a honor by John Kerry? Um, yes, I do accept. But what to wear? When I think of DC, ...

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My ‘New’ Red Vintage YSL Pants Just Happened to Match the Theme of my Evening

I am obsessed with Vintage Yves Saint Laurent. This is not a new thing. I have been for years… to the point of nearly crying when I went into the museum in Paris. It’s that moment when my knees lock from pure excitement and when I am totally overcome with internal tingles. Feel me? Yves was truly one of the best gifts to the fashion world, and my closet….so after deciding ...

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Your January Society Schedule: DANCE at YoungArts with DJ Cassidy then at PAMM for their Louis Vuitton Gala!

Happy New Year! 2015, wow. To think what a year 2014 was…. The many wondrous things that happened, as well as the biggest tragedy of my life, the loss of my grandpa, Samuel. However, here we are, and I am grateful for every good and bad moment I faced. The story of life…. So, that brings us to January, a month that I want you to dance. It is a month ...

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MsErinsita’s Grand Finale of Art Basel!

After a solid 11 hours of sleep, I sit in my bed, eating Snyder’s Gluten Free pretzel sticks and drinking red Gatorade. I can’t say with more conviction, and only two blisters later…. that I am SO glad it is done. However, on that note, ill give you a final breakdown of my week, and include my three favorite experiences. So, Saturday was chicness galore. After lunch at the Setai in ...

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Another Day, Another Struggle…that I Can’t Afford the $35m Calder Mobile

What a week….. I feel that I have physically hit a brick wall…. But one blue Nespresso tab deep, here is a recap of the past two days. So, Grandma and I went to the VIP preview of the main Art Basel fair at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The art was breathtaking. Truly. I wanted to move my mattress right underneath the $35m. Calder mobile at the entrance of Hall-D ...

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Rolling (rack) into Basel: Day One

I just bought my 4th rolling rack. Yes, I am an addict. On top of the many closets at my mother’s home where my goods still remain, plus four separate areas in my own residence where endless hangers hold my goods….. it is that time of year to show off your impeccable style. For me, this philosophy exists all year round, but for others, you can just tell, this is ...

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My 35 Hour ‘Black Out’ in New York City…all for Fredric Dechnik

With a few days notice, I jumped on a plane to surprise my dear friend, Fredric Dechnik for his birthday. It was a no brainer, and entailed purchasing a ticket to New York City, and packing a carry on. A very simple, yet effortlessly chic task, because first thing first, I have my Louis Vuitton ‘wheelie,’ that has rolled all over global airports, always ready to go! I swear by ...

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Because the Juice is Worth the Squeeze: The Juice Foundation Celebrates Four Years of Fashion for a Cause

Health stats are a dime a dozen. We hear 'do this, don’t do that....' and quite frankly, it’s gotten to the point, in fact, that it is hard to shuffle through. Some, however, are a no-brainer, a home run (or in this case slam dunk). Yes, there are obvious alternatives to our everyday poor lifestyle choices. Unfortunately, for Jenine Howard and her NBA star husband, Juwan, the news of the benefits ...

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Who Made le Cut at the UBER VIP Faena Dinner at Casa Claridge?

Approximately four times tonight, I was told ‘you are like a younger version of Dori Cooperman.’ I’ll take it... You must be wondering where this compliment was thrown my way. Well, tonight I was invited to one of the most exclusive events in Miami. Surprised? I actually was. I received an invitation from Pablo De Ritis, addressed to Milan Vukmirovic and myself. It was a private dinner at Casa Claridge. I did ...

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Miami’s Cold Front of 80 degrees means it is CUSTOM LEATHER TIME!

When the weather drops from 92 degrees to 80 degrees, word spreads like wildfire, all over social media that we have a cold front! As a native Miami-an, considering we don’t get to experience cherry blossoms nor the changing colors of the season, the only real way we can express this HUGE -10 degree drop, is via dressing it. Last week, at upstairs at Casa Tua, I was introduced to JN Llovet ...

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The National YoungArts Foundation and PAMM’s Curator Thom Collins Collaborate for Hernan Bas.

Hernan Bas, a YoungArts alum, is a painter whom, well lets just say, I have been following his works for years. I learned about Bas’ from Miami gallerist Fred Snitzer, who once represented him. There is something just magical in his technique, that stroke of the brush is simply alluring. On Wednesday evening, the National YoungArts Foundation is where patrons of culture mingled in awe over this exhibit, titled Juncture. Curated by the Perez Art Museum’s Thom Collins, the ...

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A Lady In The Streets…And a Hipster in Wynwood?

I am comparable to my disorder in college: ADD. I am all over the place, literally and figuratively speaking. A woman with multiple talents and career’s, I am the Journalist, I am the Stylist, I am the Hostess, I am the Philanthropist. Last night, I played the role of hostess at Junior and Hatter in Wynwood for the launch of Skin by Caleb. Just last week, my stylist girlfriend Haley Mitchell ...

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