Dress For Success Miami with FashionWeekNYC to Host Bloggers

During the largest summer event in South Beach – Miami Swim Fashion Week – social butterflies and fashionistas will descend upon Kimpton’s Surfcomber hotel and Lantao Social Club for a one-of-a-kind event on Sunday, July 22. Miami’s elite fashion crowd in partnership with @KimptonInFL, @FashionWeekNYC and @SocialMedia305 will gather for the #SwimWeekTweetUp to benefit Dress For Success Miami at Surfcomber hotel, located at 1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.

Dress For Success Miami and New York fashion photo blogger Nathan Stobezki (@FashionWeekNYC) have come together to bring Miami’s social media mavens and bloggers from around the country to talk fashion, enjoy signature cocktails and pop-up shops by Vita Coco, Blo Midtown, Nail Bar Midtown, Isa Boutique and Fashion Koncept. The pop-up shops will be open throughout the day along Surfcomber’s iconic pool beginning at 11 a.m. with percentage of proceeds benefiting Dress for Success Miami, whose programs transition women towards self-sufficiency by addressing their social and economic needs. The #SwimweekTweetUp event will officially commence at 6 p.m. and is open to the public. Enjoy complimentary light-bites, signature cocktails, mini-manis, summer’s hottest fashion and hair trends and shopping for a great cause.

An array of prizes will be given away throughout the evening including weekend stays at Kimpton’s Florida hotels, dinner at Lantao Kitchen + Cocktails, a year supply of Vita Coco, designer products by Perry Ellis and special discounts from local boutiques.

As a special gift for guests wanting to book a room at Kimpton’s Surfcomber Miami, South Beach this summer, the hotel is offering a 30 percent room discount off the best available rate, now through August 31, 2012. A portion of the each room booked will directly benefit Dress for Success Miami. Guests must use booking code SWIM when making their reservation online at http://www.surfcomber.com or by calling (800) 994-6103. (Black out dates apply, and only valid at the Surfcomber Miami, South Beach)

Managed by Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, Surfcomber sits on the Atlantic Ocean’s edge along 200 feet of oceanfront property in the heart of the Art Deco District in South Beach on historic Collins Avenue. With direct beach access, this newly and fully renovated hotel offers visitors to this fashionable destination a distinctively relaxed, yet worldly guest experience within a “backyard bliss” design-driven environment. The hotel’s 186 guestrooms feature luxurious bed linens and bath products by European fashion designer, Etro. Guests of the new Surfcomber will enjoy a diverse mix of dining and lounge options including Lantao Kitchen + Cocktails, and Lantao Social Club, an ode to Southeast Asian cuisine served in a casual and sexy atmosphere. Surfcomber’s signature pool/beach experience includes the hotel’s expansive outdoor deck with heated pool, 12 well-appointed cabanas, and beach activities such as paddle boarding and volleyball. Surfcomber’s meeting and event space can accommodate intimate poolside weddings and events, small meetings for up to 70 people, and meetings on the beach. Additional guest services and amenities include 24-hour room service, 24-hour on-site business center, fitness center, mind and body experiences with in-room and beachside massages. Additionally, Kimpton guest programs at Surfcomber include Forgot It? We’ve Got It!, creative mini bars, complimentary Wi-Fi for Kimpton In Touch members, complimentary morning coffee and tea service in the living room, hosted evening wine hour daily, and health-minded wellness options and healthy in-room dining menu, bikes, and complimentary on-demand yoga, Pilates and meditation channels, with yoga bag filled with accessories for use during guest stay. For more information or to book a stay visit http://www.surfcomber.com or call (800) 994-6101. Become a “friend” of Surfcomber Miami, South Beach on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/surfcomberhotel and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KimptonInFL. Surfcomber Miami, South Beach is located at 1717 Collins Avenue, Miami, Florida.

San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, a collection of boutique hotels and chef-driven restaurants in the US, is an acknowledged industry pioneer and was the first to bring the boutique hotel concept to America. In 1981 Bill Kimpton founded the company that today is well-known for making travelers feel welcomed and comfortable while away from home through authentic and unscripted customer care, stylish ambience and embodying a certain playfulness in its approach to programs and amenities. Adjacent to the hotels are locally-loved, top-rated, Kimpton restaurants. Kimpton leads the hospitality industry in ecological practices through its innovative EarthCare program that spans all hotels and restaurants. Market Metrix, a recognized authority and leader in feedback solutions, consistently ranks Kimpton above other hotel companies in luxury and upper upscale segments for customer satisfaction. Privately held Kimpton was recognized by Fortune Magazine as a Best Company to Work for in 2012. The company operates more than 50 hotels and more than 50 restaurants in 23 cities. For more information visit http://www.KimptonHotels.com or call 1-800-KIMPTON.

Dress for Success Miami promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Our programs transition women towards self-sufficiency by addressing their social and economic needs in relation to work, home and community. Each woman is a success story: she has gone from unemployment to economic independence. Since 1994, Dress for Success Miami has assisted over 30,000 re-entering the workforce. For more information, visit http://www.dfsmiami.org or for all DFS Miami updates visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/dressforsuccessmiami and on Twitter @DFSMiami.


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