Lamborghini has unveiled a new flagship Aventador model, the Aventador SVJ. Picking up where the Aventador SV left off, the SVJ pushes well into hypercar territory with a slew of improvements.

A normally-aspirated V12 send 759bhp and 531lb ft of torque to all for wheels, a power output identical to the ultra-exclusive Centurino. The all-wheel-drive bias has been moved 3% rearward, and roll bars and suspension settings have been updated to compensate.

The SVJ is limited to a total of 900 units, and with a Nordschleife lap record under its belt, this is one of the most impressive cars to come from Lamborghini in its storied history.

Haute Living CEO Kamal Hotchandani Shares His Haute Guide To Miami | #iRockParties

Kamal Hotchandani serves as the CEO of Haute Media Group, including Haute Living, Haute Time, Haute Residence, Tot Living and various social channels covering the luxury industry and the finer things in life.

Hotchandani and co-founder Seth Semilof have positioned the brand to connect their elite platform audience with the leading luxury brands of the world through key events and partnerships in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta and more cities throughout the U.S. and abroad.

The media company deals with all luxury elements in the watches, auto, fashion, real estate, culinary, spirits, yachting and aviation industries, plus so much more. Users can find out more through the web, social and app-based platforms, as well as Hotchandani’s personal Instagram account, @kamal.

The Belizian-born and Miami-based entrepreneur takes us through one of his favorite cities—Miami—to share his ultimate haute guide, including his favorite spots to dine, drink, stay, visit, exercise and more including some of Miami’s most famous and also most under-the-radar destinations. Here are his Haute Secrets to the Magic City:

Where were you born: Belize

How long in Miami: 20 years

Neighborhood: Downtown Miami

Occupation: CEO of Haute Media Group

Favorite Restaurant: Fifi’s Place for casual dining and The Forge for fine dining

Best Sushi: Hiden 

Best Italian: Randazzo’s Italian Seafood &

Classics for American Italian and Cipriani for traditional Italian

Best dessert: Vanilla cake at Cipriani

Best place for a romantic date: Wine Cellar at The Forge or Marion in Brickell

Best Sunday brunch: Zuma in Downtown or Nautilus in Miami Beach

Best place for a power business meeting: Mandolin in the Miami Design District or Estiatorio Milos in Miami beach

If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend? The Fontainebleau for fun and Faena Hotel for luxury.

Favorite shopping venue/boutique: Miami Design District 

Favorite place to buy jewelry/watches: Hublot in the Miami Design District or Westime in the Brickell City Centre 

Best Spa: Lapis Spa at the Fontainebleau on the beach or Exhale Spa at the Epic Hotel downtown

Favorite Charity Event: The Intercontinental Miami Make-A-Wish Gala hosted by Shareef Malnik

Favorite Cultural Event: Art Basel Miami Beach

Favorite Cultural Institution: The Pérez Art Museum Miami

Best Steakhouse: The Forge

Best Pizza: Lucali 

Best Lunch: Casa Tua Cucina 

Best Gym/Athletic Facility: Personal training by Suichi Take or Anatomy at 1220 

Best Massage: Nicole Hakiledes

Best new restaurant: Novikov Miami

Best hidden gem: Fifi’s Place

Best cocktails: The Regent Cocktail Club at the Gale Hotel

Best wine list: The Forge

Best beach club: Delano Beach Club

Best Museum/Exhibit: PAMM

Describe your city in three words: Magic, Magic, Magic

All-around favorite spot in Miami: The Wynwood Walls 

Best Aspect of Miami: The melting pot of people, great weather, great food, better taxes.

Story Via: Haute Living


While dance music was created in the United States, Europe took the early lead when it came to hosting large events. In the early 2000s, local laws and regulations made it very difficult for large electronic music gatherings to take place.

As a result, many popular DJs skipped the US entirely on their tours, or performed in clubs in only a few select cities. Ultra Music Festival in Miami became a notable exception. At the beginning of the new millennium, this festival was one of the only places in the United States where electronic music fans could see a large number of DJs and LIVE acts that had received international acclaim in one place. It was clear to everyone involved that those early years were the beginning of something very special…

This is Episode 2: Dance Music Arrives // Ultra Music Festival 2003


1. Sasha – Wavey Gravy Listen or download:

2. Darren Tate vs.Mike Koglin – Now is the Time Listen or download:

3. Size Triple D – Techno

4.Tiësto – Lethal Industry (Black Hole Recordings) Listen or download:

5. Junkie XL – Beauty Never Fades (feat. Saffron) Listen or download:

6. Rabbit in the Moon – Mindfuct Listen or download:

7. Carl Cox & Christian Smith – Dirty Bass Listen or Download:

Johnny Cupcakes x #CaliWoodAndCo Pop Up Shop at Wish Boca

Join us Saturday, Feb 3rd 12pm – 6pm inside the brand new Wish Boca for a Pop Up Shop that you do not want to miss!

Johnny Cupcakes X CaliWood & Co.

2 Pop-Up Shop(s) | 1 Location

Food, Music and Drinks (21+)

Photo(s) & Video By: Eko Media Productions

Wish Boca | 111 SE Mizner Blvd | Boca Raton, FL

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#CaliWoodAndCo x #JohnnyCupcakes

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Event Sponsor:Harmless Coconut Water

Zedd, 21 Savage and More Revealed on Life In Color Miami’s 2018 Lineup | #iRockParties

Last year’s 10-year anniversary was a doozy, but 2018’s Life in Color flagship festival in Miami is quite prepared to be the biggest and brightest celebration of sight and sound LiC fans have ever witnessed.

The “world’s largest paint party” returns to Mana Wynwood in the heart of the city’s Arts District, a venue surrounded by world-class murals from an array of international artists, and speaking of artists, the lineup is well stacked with popular names from the dance and hip-hop worlds.

ZEDD will bring his dance-pop brilliance to the headlining stage, joined by Atlanta rapper 21 Savage and “vomitstep” bass hero Snails. Blackbear will bring his sad-boy R&B to Miami, while K?D will excite with mystery. Miami’s own Lil Pump rounds out the lineup, along with Parker and Quix.

Beyond the music will be live murals and DIY paint stations where attendees can make their own works of art on the walls or on their friends. Colored smoke will bring new dimension to the venue as it wafts around from stages throughout the grounds. Of course, there will be shots of paint through the air. It’s Life in Color, after all.

Life in Color returns to Mana Wynwood in Miami Sunday, Jan. 14. Tickets are on sale now. Check the full lineup below.

Ultra Miami Announces 2018 Phase 1 Lineup: The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, Azealia Banks & More | #iRockParties

Ultra Music Festival Miami is celebrating 20 years, and is doing so with the likes of The Chainsmokers, David Guetta and Steve Aoki.

The star-studded Phase 1 lineup for “the world’s premier electronic festival” was announced Monday (Dec. 18). Among the DJ headliners are Ultra alums Afrojack, Hardwell, and DJ Snake, as well as some live performances by Empire of the Sun and Azealia Banks.

This is just Phase 1, though. The festival’s Facebook post teases some major 20th anniversary performances yet to be announced.

Ultra Miami takes place March 23-25 at Bayfront Park.

Tickets are available now on the festival’s website. Check the full Phase 1 lineup below.