Janie Flores

Posts Tagged ‘Miami Fashion Trends’

AMBAR Pre-Valentines Fiesta!

In About on February 24, 2014 at 1:04 pm

Disfrutando una fiesta Pre-Valentines con nuestra querida AMBAR

Disfrutando una fiesta Pre-Valentines con nuestra querida AMBAR


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One of Abuela de Miami’s favorite people is Ambar, singer, television personality, business woman, motivational speaker and someone who serves as an inspiration and role model for many women. Recently on a beautiful Miami evening before Valentine’s Day, a number of bloggers, media personalities and influencers were invited to celebrate this special day with Ambar and her great team. A big shout out to Bohemian Babushka, Miami Fashion Trends, Webcity Girls, LatinBlah and the ever present #305Chicas!

Ambar is a fascinating and multifaceted woman, a successful entrepreneur with a heart capable of embracing the whole world, and blessed with the grace to create, design, compose beautiful music and an exclusive line of luxury watches. In January she launched the weekly “Mujer No Pares de Bailar” motivational capsules on her YouTube channel: AmbarMusical, where she shares words of encouragement, wisdom and grace with her followers.

She was most recently nominated in the Female Artist of the Year Tropical category at Premios Lo Nuestro (Univision) for her recent album “Libre” produced by some of the best known personalities in the music industry such as Don Omar among others. She was also recognized as one of the best dressed on the magenta carpet!

Ambar spoiled us with a sumptuous Mediterranean spread, exquisite chocolates, champagne and capped off the evening by giving each one of us a signed watch from her luxury watch collection. Ambar’s motto is “Mujer: No Pares de Bailar,” translated, “Woman: Don’t Stop Dancing,” which she embodies and lives everyday of her life.

Thank you Ambar for being such a great friend to your followers and a Latina we can be proud of! Orgullo latino!

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Enough!

In About on November 3, 2013 at 4:11 pm

Abuela de Miami embarked on an very ambitious schedule yesterday, but alas, the best laid plans, etc., etc.   One can only do so much and then you have to say enough or your body will do it for you.  So to my friends whose events I wasn’t able to make it to, I’m sorry to have missed the celebrations, all worthy I might add, but this little Abuela de Miami finally lost steam at around 7p.

I returned home after attending the Red Party which launched makeup tutorials by makeup artist and designer Cesar Rosario, who is also MIAMI AL MAXIMO’s own makeup artist and stylist. Makeup Tutorials by Cesar Rosario

Makeup Artist and designer Cesar Rosario

Makeup Artist and designer Cesar Rosario

I didnt’t make it to the “Amigas Groove for the Cure” charity event for the Susan G. Komen Foundation hosted by my dear amigas Wendy Sayago of Miami Fashion Trends and Aileen Abella of A2Media. I did hear that they raised over $700 for breast cancer!! Next time #305Chicas!

Charity event for Susan G. Komen hosted by Wendy Sayago of Miami Fashion Trends and Aileen Abella of A2 Media

Charity event for Susan G. Komen hosted by Wendy Sayago of Miami Fashion Trends and Aileen Abella of A2 Media

I also missed out on the Candy Woolley November editorial release party where Lissette Rondon, founder and president of Miami Fashion Spotlight is featured.
Many congrats to her!

Celebrating her feature in the November editorial release for Candy Woolley handbags

Celebrating her feature in the November editorial release for Candy Woolley handbags

And last but not least, I wasn’t able to attend the grand opening of the expanded dining room of Las Cazuelas Mexican Restaurant owned by Daniel Vargas, who also appeared in the Kendall episode of MIAMI AL MAXIMO. If you are searching for authentic home cooked Mexican food in Miami, this is the place to visit. The tacos de carne asada are delicious and simply prepared, the way we eat them in Mexico, on a soft corn tortilla with chopped onions, cilantro and topped off with a delicious and spicy salsa. Make sure you let him know Abuela de Miami sent you! Las Cazuelas Mexican Restaurant

Ok, my hat off to you if you made it through this post. ‘Til mañana, this Abuela de Miami is signing out to go to a meeting!