58th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, November 1 – 5, 2017

The world’s largest in-water boat show, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show takes place across six locations and more than three million square fee of space. For five days, the event will showcase a huge variety of charter yachts, including everything from sports fishers and catamarans to the most sought-after super yachts in the world. There will be over 1,000 exhibitors ranging from yacht builders and designers to exotic cars, and brokerage yachts.




Dubbed as the “yachting capital of the world,” Fort Lauderdale is the perfect host for such an event. Boasting a phenomenal transport system combined of water taxis, bus shuttles and riverboats, the city ensures that access to all of the show’s locations is straightforward and stress-free.


Together with South Florida Luxury Guide Magazine we can bring you their center stage where you will target daily thousands of affluent consumers, and brand your luxury goods and service brands at this sought after 4-day event.


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Worn & Wounds – Wind Up Watch Fair! Featuring Great Brands, & Watches October 21 – October 23rd Chelsea Market, NYC.




On Friday, October 21, 2016 through Sunday, October 23rd WORN & WOUND Wind-Up will be hosting a one of a kind watch fair featuring 30+ extraordinary watch and accessory brands, from independent start-ups to storied Swiss and German industry leaders, providing timepieces of both classic and innovative designs inspired by day-to-day passions. Now in its second year, it offers an exciting and engaging environment, encouraging everyone from seasoned fans, first-time buyers, to curious passersby to come in, take a look and talk watches.


October 21 from 11 AM to 8 PM EST
October 22 and Sunday, October 23 from 11 AM to 7 PM EST


Chelsea Market– 75 9th Avenue (between 15th and 16th St), New York, New York, 10011


Across from Amy’s Bread Transportation- • Subway: Take the A, C, E train to 14th Street


Book signing by International Author, Aaron Sigmond, featuring his latest release:

Drive Time, A Special Autodromo Edition


Meet – Ehren Bragg –President, Envoy Trading LLC and view special Klokers, Machines Travel through Time – Watch Exhibit

Live watchmaking demo hosted by Horage
Art in the making, Schmutz Watches will sponsor a live painter exhibition,
where the artist will be hand-painting custom made dials

Special visit and presentation by Thilo Mühle, CEO of Mühle Glashutte

Week-end only sales and giveaways sponsored by BrewLÜM-TEC, Martenero,
Oak & Oscar, Schmutz, Sablier, and more!



Plus sponsors Analog/Shift, MKII and Van Brauge Watches.


worn&wound, co-founded by Blake Malin, Zach Weiss and James Helms, is the leading resource for watch news, reviews, and commentary on well-crafted, value-driven timepieces from independent watch brands around the world. Participating brands include: 10:25 Vintage – The NYC-based brand is dedicated to selling some of the coolest affordable vintage watches available in the market. 22 Design Studio – The Taiwan-based brand is known best for their 3-dimensional, stair-step dials, minimal case design and innovative use of concrete. In addition to watches, they produce clocks, jewelry, home goods and stationary accessories. Astor + Banks – A young watch brand out of Chicago focused on classically styled chronographs and customizable mechanical watches. Autodromo – The creative vision of founder Bradley Price, a brand crafting unique products that express the spirit of motoring. They draw aesthetic inspiration from a golden age of motoring, when driving required style, panache, and perhaps a little bit of danger. Brew – Designed to celebrate and capture our enjoyable coffee experiences, they draw inspiration from industrial espresso machines, which feature a special blend of warm contrasting colors and a variety of brushing effects. Foto Nouveau – Inspired by vintage and modern camera design, it combines design elements of classic film and modern digital cameras into unique small batch timepieces and accessories. The results are products that reflect visual and tactile elements of medium format and 35mm camera design. It is the perfect accessory for photography aficionados. MeisterSinger – Known for their one-handed watches and playful use of color, MeisterSinger has been manufacturing mechanical watches in Münster, Germany since 2001.

worn&wound is a leading resource for watch reviews and commentary on beautifully designed and well crafted watches. Both, watch enthusiasts and new collectors, will discover something new through in-depth discussions, beautiful original photography, video reviews, guides and much more. At worn&wound, we celebrate the entire breadth of the watch industry, from the largest Swiss brand to the smallest independent. We see watches not just as mechanical wonders but as the quintessential accessory to a design and fashion conscious lifestyle. For more information please visit http://wornandwound.com/windup/ or @wornandwound on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.








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E: Fernanda@gigantem.com; P: 646.801.4442.

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Common Threadz Fundraising Gala Raises $35,000 – At Essex County Country Club, NJ – 10/8/16


On October 8, 2016, Common Threadz hosted a Fund Raiser for the who’s who in Real Estate and over 100 congregated to support fund raising efforts for the Children of Tanzania at the prestigious Essex County Country Club. This Club was founded in May 1887, and is the oldest club in the State of NJ, and the 6th oldest in the country. The night was a huge success for this worthy charity raising $35,000 to support the building of a new school for the children scheduled in 2018.






Ravi Reddy, the Executive Director of Common Threadz hosted the evening, and talked about his own father who was illiterate until his teens, came to the United Stated and received a PHD from Michigan State University a few years later. His love and importance of education was passed onto Ravi, and many of his other family members, and how education plays an important role in living a productive and successful life, hence Common Threadz was born in 2005.



Evening Highlights included: Key Note Speeches: Ravi Reddy, Executive Director; Educator Dr. Donna Gunn, The Founder of Africa Promise Village. Ms. Gunn told us all the story of how she visited with other retired teachers Tanzania and was exposed to the children’s misfortunes, and poverty stating, “some never ever washed their face as they had no water, and eat 1/3 of a cup of grain a day, and maybe a glass of milk 3 times a week”; Former NFL Full Back and Philanthropist Tony Richardson attended in support, and noted as their newest board member, Robert McCloud, The McCloud Group captivated us all with his hear felt support, and was instrumental securing the Essex County Country Club as venue host, and brought in many supporting contributors. While all up on stage, they encouraged many to donate what ever they can, and awarded a balloon for a $1,000 donation. A mom went up first with her two daughters who were Girl Scouts, and instead of keeping the money they earned from selling cookies the two girls graciously donated each together $500 for a total $1,000 and received the first balloon. This paved the way for many more to jump up on stage in support donating $1,000 for their very own balloon. Madison Avenue Agency, with the support of Renovation Angel, the leading luxury kitchen renovation company brought in renowned photographer, Griffin Shapiro who exhibited and sold several frame photographs works with partial proceeds going to the charity. Billy Fazio, Mortgage Loan Originator NMLS #330460 at HomeBridge Financial Services bought the first photograph of the evening, and also contributed to the worthy cause. These works included at the beach in Montauk, and captivating Manhattan skylines, and awarding Dr. Gunn a Manhattan skyline framed work to bring back home, and last, but certainly not least Country Music sensation, KR WOOD kept us all musically entertained singing and walking the room with violinist support. If this was not enough, there was an open bar, appetizers, carving, salad and pasta stations for all to enjoy.







PLEASE VISIT: www.commonthreadz.org

Photographer: Barker Keith

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