Helmut Newton as Interior Inspiration

In a city of fabulous faces full of this stuff, it’s hard not to become more superficial over time. Sunset Harbour is where hotties stroll from Flywheel to Green Monkey Yoga and pick at their PubBelly Sushi and tapas at Barceloneta.

I’ve always been enamored with Helmut Newton, and because his work is most famous for supermodel nudity, his photography is a form of art warmly embraced in Miami. Just as I briefly obsessed with the Beverly Hills Hotel’s “Martinique” banana leaf wallpaper, a recent visit to The Forge on Miami Beach got me thinking about Newton as an interior inspiration. After all, we’ve had the baby sumo book featured under our glass-box coffee table since forever. And with my new camera, I’m absolutely fixated on all things photography.

What do you think? I think this would be amazing for a woman’s wardrobe dressing area, or nightclubby commercial space. 

Footer note: I’m not knocking Groupon deals – quite to the contrary. On occasion, The Forge has great deals on Groupon and other group buying sites, though my favorite way to experience the Forge is on Veuve Cliquot Fridays. It’s magical – just go. You won’t be disappointed by the deal or the scene.


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