November 18, 2015, was an historic evening for the city of Miami, in which music, art, and fashion turned the night into one of the most acclaimed events of the year, benefitting the non-profit organization America Developing Smiles (ADS) and presented by Maman Fine Art.
There were more than two thousand people in the audience at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Perfoming Arts, Fernando Duprat, creative and executive producer of the event, brought together MISO, the Miami Symphonic Orchestra, which was conducted by Eduardo Marturet while Nicolas Felizola presented his collection named Vibrations Couture 2016.
The score of the orchestra inspired Felizola’s unique designs, each hand finished. The models moved around the orchestra on stage, directed by the choreographers Antonio Drija (Cirque du Soleil) and Ydabel Hurd, which created an elegant and romantic scene.
The young actress Valeria Arias and the soprano singer Isabella Fridegotto made a powerful impact on the audience, stealing their hearts with their magic and charm.The largest screen to fit in the Arsht Center was used to display visual arts. While the Maestro Marturet swung his arms, directing his orchestra, the displays on the screens matched his movements, changing with the music.
Actress Athena Maturet and Antonio Drija then portrayed the story of a tailor and his platonic love through tango to Smetana’s music. The night was brought to an end with a standing ovation from the audience to the outstanding production of art, music, and fashion that all came together for a great cause. The money raised from the event by ADS will be used in many impoverished communities in Latin American countries to improve educational centers and social programs. Miso Chic is already looking ahead with America Developing Smiles to the 2016 production