Tuesday, 17 January 2017

- Bertha Klepach

Bertha Klepach is a Fashion Maven & Animal Rights Activist, Bertha Klepach is born is Maimi & worked for 
many top fashion brand across United States.

Fashion Weeks in 2017

Important Dates

NYFW: Women’sFebruary 9 – 16, 2017
London Fashion Week F/W 2017February 17 – 21, 2017
Milan Fashion Week F/W 2017February 22 – 28, 2017
Paris Fashion Week F/W 2017February 28 – March 8, 2017
NYFW: Women’sSeptember 7 – 14, 2017
London Fashion Week S/S 2018September 15 – 19, 2017
Milan Fashion Week S/S 2018September 20 – 26, 2017
Paris Fashion Week S/S 2018
September 26 – October 4, 2017

Friday, 6 January 2017

Bertha Klepach - Fashion Maven & Animal Rights Activist

Bertha Klepach is a Fashion Maven & Animal Rights Activist, Bertha Klepach is born is Maimi & worked for many top fashion brand across United States. Bertha Klepach is also a social figure with her work for Animal rights. 

I'm Bertha Klepach & I'm Born in Miami, FL & International Fashion consultant, Blogger & Animal rights activists. I've 20+ years of experience in Fashion Industry. I'm involved in various charity work & I'm also fighting for animal rights. Talented marketing and sales professional with experience in luxury industry for leading multinational brands in multiple regions. Excellent verbal and communication skills. Proven track record of increasing sales results, market share and brand awareness of region and brands under her responsibility. High degree of professionalism in attitude, teamwork, communication and negotiation skills. Fluent in English, Spanish, and French.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

10 Greatest Only-In-Miami Christmas Traditions by Bertha Klepach

Bertha Klepach : The 10 Greatest Only-In-Miami Christmas Traditions

Bertha Klepach - Fashion Maven


1. Hitting Up Santa's Enchanted Forest
Games, shows, food, nativities! With the jingle that launched a thousand childhoods, Santa's Enchanted Forest is the epitome of a Miami Christmas tradition. It's so Miami, in fact, that they even leave the Christmas lights up all year just like the rest of us. Starting in November and ending in January (because who doesn't need two solid months of fried foods and terrifying carnival rides), Santa's Enchanted Forest is a rite of passage for every kid and teen in the city. And just in case you want to go this year but somehow forgot where it is, let us help you out. It's in Tropical Park on Palmetto and Bird Road.

2. Jamming to DJ Laz's Mi Burrito Sabanero Remix
You know Christmas is right around the corner when Power 96 starts playing the Mi Burrito Sabanero Remix on repeat. God bless this little gem for teaching us the story of Jesus' birth while giving us something to shake our rump to with that mid-song hip-hop breakdown. Tuqui tuqui tuqui tuqui, indeed.

3. Busting Out La Caja China
No Noche Buena is complete without a few Cubans asando un puerco on La Caja China. It's a whole production, too. When we unveil the finished product, every rando on the block shows up begging for a piece of that crispy skin. While there's a legit company that sells Caja Chinas now, and Bobby Flay may be a fan, 305 residents can claim that they've been creating their own bootleg versions for years. Say what you want about Miami, but we're God damn innovators when it comes to roasting a pig.

4. Watching the Miami Heat
Consider this one a modern tradition of sorts, since our beloved Miami Heat have pretty much played (and slayed) on every Christmas in recent memory. We relish having a full afternoon of glorious alley oops, over-the-top flopping and LeBron James dunking people into oblivion. Winning against the (laughable) Los Angeles Lakers this year will be the greatest Christmas present of all.
5. Becoming Legitimately Excited to Wear Winter Clothing
When a slight breeze rolls through, we'll dust off our hideous Uggs and puffy J.Lo-inspired jackets faster than you can say Feliz Navidad. We look ridiculous, but it truly is a Christmas miracle when Miami gets "chilly" weather for more than four days straight. Hell, a slight cold front causes us to lose our minds and bundle up like Snowpocalypse is near. Our Northern and Midwestern friends may judge us for this odd behavior, but we always get the last laugh when we're eventually back to bikinis and flip-flops and they're freezing their nads off for another two months.

6. Concocting Our Own Tales About Santa
Have you ever seen a house in Miami with a chimney? Yeah, didn't think so. Therefore, we have to get a little creative when it comes to explaining how Santa delivers presents to the good little boys and girls of Miami. Whether he's stealthily coming through your sliding glass door, using a key left under the doormat, or straight up breaking and entering, our version of Santa is a total and complete BAMF. Who believes his fat ass can get through a chimney anyhow?
7. Opening Presents at Midnight on December 24
We're an impatient bunch, so when the clock strikes 12 on Dec. 24, we're tearing into those presents like it's our effing job. We always say we'll open "just one," but before you know it, the bottom of the tree is SUPER bare. For us, the 25th isn't a day to celebrate Jesus anymore, it's a day to recover from the coquito hangover and eat pan con lechón.
8. Putting Up Decked Out Decorations
When lawns are littered with flamingos dressed as Santa and palm trees are practically puking Christmas lights, you know that the holiday season has officially begun in the Magic City. We do it big here. Our electricity bills are nothing to sneeze at. Those nightmare-inducing plastic reindeer are coming correct on our roofs. Inflatable snowmen are our life source. And you better believe that nothing comes down until we celebrate El Día de Los Reyes Magos in January. Keep it tacky, Miami.
9. Hot Chocolate and Churros In or Around Your Mouth
When the temperature drops below 60 degrees (so... like twice a year) and you need to warm your tired soul, there's no better remedy than some hot chocolate and churros. Not the watered down Nestle kind and those abominations from Churromania either. For the real deal, us Miamians throw on that one sweater we each own and hightail it over to Las Palmas on Calle Ocho. Talk about a mouthgasm.
10. Getting White Girl Wasted Off Coquito
The best thing to come out of Puerto Rico since Menudo, coquito is the nectar of the holiday gods. It's the Hispanic version of eggnog, except with way more rum and way less egg. So, the better version, obviously. If you've never tried it, grab the first boricua that crosses your path and get your drank on. Salud!

Friday, 25 November 2016

Best Tourist Places in Miami

Bertha Klepach's - Top 20 Tourist places in Miami

1 Miami Beach

Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach is actually a separate municipality from Miami. It is located on an island, connected to the mainland by a series of bridges. The area is known for its popular beaches and the Art Deco District, with pastel buildings from the 1930s sporting classic neon signs. An expensive tourist district, this area features numerous beachfront restaurants, shops, hotels, and plenty of sunbathing opportunities. The most popular street in the area is Ocean Drive, a section of road located along the oceanfront and home to some beautiful Art Deco buildings. One block inland and paralleling Ocean Drive is Collins Avenue. Collins Avenue is actually State Road A1A, and is the main oceanfront street in Miami Beach, joining numerous neighborhoods. Here visitors will find trendy and upper end restaurants, shopping, and hotels.
Miami Beach Map - Tourist AttractionsMiami Beach Map - Attractions

2 Art Deco District

Art Deco District
Art Deco District
The Art Deco District in Miami Beach brings back memories of an earlier time in Florida with its wonderfully restored 1930s Art Deco buildings. These pastel colored historic structures display neon signs and awnings that cover outdoor dining areas. Many of them front Ocean Drive, overlooking the beach and ocean.

3 South Beach

South Beach
South Beach
Located at the southern end of Miami Beach where the Art Deco buildings line the waterfront road, this is the most famous and popular section of Miami Beach. In summer the beach is a popular draw for locals and tourists and in winter the area is simply a popular place to stroll around.

4 Ocean Drive

Ocean Drive
Ocean Drive
Ocean Drive runs along the oceanfront in Miami Beach, passing the historic Art Deco buildings and the famous strip of sand known as South Beach. It is a popular place both day and night for a slow cruise and some drive by sightseeing.
For those with a special interest in these lovely pastel colored, 1920s and 1930s Art Deco buildings, some of the most notable structures are the Beacon (732 Ocean Drive; by Henry O. Nelson, 1926), the Colony Hotel (736 Ocean Drive; by Henry Hohauser, 1936), Waldorf Towers (860 Ocean Drive; by Albert Anis, 1937), the Breakwater (940 Ocean Drive; by Anton Skislewicz, 1939), the Cardozo (1300 Ocean Drive; by Henry Hohauser, 1939), which is busy night and day, and the Cavalier (1320 Ocean Drive; by Roy F. France, 1936).

5 Bayside Marketplace

Bayside Marketplace
Bayside Marketplace
Bayside Marketplace is a large outdoor style mall with more than 150 specialty and tourist shops, numerous cafes and restaurants, and daily live entertainment. Visitors will find some well known chain stores as well as many unique, one of a kind places. The marketplace draws locals as well as tourists.
As may be evident in the name, the mall is located along Miami's waterfront, looking out over docks and boats. Many people come here simply to soak up the atmosphere. Tour boats leave from here, visiting locations around Biscayne Bay. As well, there is a water taxi service to Miami Beach and downtown hotels located in the area.
Address: 401 Biscayne Blvd

6 Bayfront Park

Bayfront Park
Bayfront Park
Bayfront Park, on the east side of Biscayne Boulevard, was redesigned in the 1980s. An attractive feature is the electronically controlled Pepper Fountain. Other highlights include an amphitheatre used for musical performances of all kinds, a tower for laser illuminations, and three important monuments: the Torch of Friendship, symbolising Miami's relationships with the countries of Central and South America; the World War II Memorial; and the Challenger Memorial, commemorating the crew of the Challenger spacecraft which exploded in 1986.
Address: 301 North Biscayne Blvd

7 Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is one of Miami's greatest treasures. The architecture, the grounds, and the artwork it contains are all worth the trip to visit this beautiful place. This estate was the former winter home of early 20th century industrialist, James Deering. Built in 1916, the mansion features 34 rooms arranged around a central courtyard. This 28-acre estate and Italian Renaissance-style villa is filled with European furniture and decorative arts from the 15th to 19th century. It took more than 1,100 workers and craftsmen to complete the Vizcaya project, many of whom were brought over from Europe to ensure authenticity in design.
The gardens contain a number of Italian and French fountains, pools and sculptures. A breakwater at the base of the steps leading into Biscayne Bay is carved into the form of female figures. The name "Vizcaya" is a Basque word meaning "an elevated place."
The estate has hosted a number of world leaders and important historical events including the meeting between Pope John Paul II and the former president Reagan in 1987 as well as Queen Elizabeth II during her 1991 tour of America.
Address: 3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33129-2831, United States
Official site: http://vizcaya.org

8 Little Havana and Calle Ocho

Little Havana and Calle Ocho
Little Havana and Calle Ocho
Little Havana, the Cuban district of Miami, isn't known for its wealth of tourist attractions but more for its distinctive cultural flavor. There are restaurants, specialty food shops, and Latin music drifting through the air. Calle Ocho is the main thoroughfare running through the district and home to much of the activity, but the district spreads well beyond into the surrounding streets and avenues
For people watching, the area offers a great deal of entertainment. There are many open air areas where people gather to socialize. Murals on the sides of walls show important Cuban figures and scenes of daily life. And of course, this is the place in Miami to come for Cuban cuisine.

9 American Airlines Arena

American Airlines Arena
American Airlines Arena
The American Airlines Arena is the home of the NBA's Miami Heat. It is also the main venue for large concerts and other special events, including top name singers and performers. It can hold more than 19,000 people. The structure itself, opened in 1999 has been awarded the Leed Green Building Certification for being an energy efficient building. It stands out prominently on the waterfront in a modern and developing area of downtown.
Address: 601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132, United States
Official site: http://www.aaarena.com/

10 Zoo Miami

Zoo Miami
Zoo Miami
Zoo Miami houses more than 2,000 wild animals in a cageless environment that gives the animals' similar settings to their natural habitats, and visitors get the feeling of embarking on an safari. Large, open-air exhibits allow visitors to enjoy endangered wildlife at a safe yet close range. This is the only zoo in the continental United States located in a subtropical climate. Although this is not a huge zoo, it often appeals to families, with lots of interaction available with the animals. There is a children's zoo with all kinds of attractions, including camel rides.
In addition to the animals the zoo also contains many tropical plants and trees, and a large collection of orchids.
Address: 1 Zoo Blvd, 12400 SW 152nd Street, Miami, FL 33177-1402, United States

11 Jungle Island

Jungle Island
Jungle Island
Jungle Island is a bird sanctuary, wildlife habitat, and botanical garden. There are over 1,100 birds presented in a tropical forest setting, some of which take part in daily shows. The gardens contain around 2,000 varieties of exotic plants including Heliconias, bananas, orchids and bromeliads. The site is also home to a variety of other animals including tigers, baboons, alligators, tortoises, monkeys, orangutans and flamingoes. Some of the other shows presented at the Parrot Jungle include a nocturnal creature presentation and the reptile encounter that highlights a rare white alligator.
Address: 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132, United States

12 Deering Estate at Cutler

Deering Estate at Cutler
Deering Estate at Cutler mainmanwalkin
The 440 acre Deering Estate at Cutler property encompasses globally endangered pine rockland habitat, as well as coastal tropical hardwood rockland hammocks, mangrove forests, salt marshes, and a coastal dune island. The Deering Estate is home to the c1900 Richmond Cottage, which served as a hotel. Other historical buildings date from 1896 to 1922 and an American Indian burial ground dating from 1500.
The estate is named for Charles Deering, who owned the home. He, along with his brother James, was an art collector and accumulated a great number of works by the Old Masters. Deering himself also painted. On site at the estate is the Artist Village which has become an important cultural center, featuring art and artists programs.
Visitors can stroll through the beautiful grounds, tour the houses, or simply enjoy the view.
Address: 16701 SW 72nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33157, United States

13 Miami Seaquarium

Miami Seaquarium
Miami Seaquarium sapienssolutions
The Miami Seaquarium has long been a favorite family attraction on Florida holidays.The most notable features are the daily shows featuring dolphins, killer whales, seals and other ocean inhabitants. Observation tanks contain alligators, sharks and tropical fish. The Seaquarium is actively involved in the rescue and rehabilitation of Florida's endangered manatees, and there are normally at least a few of these gentle giants housed here. Some of the dolphins that take part in the shows are direct descendants of the original stars of the 60's television program "Flipper." The facility also offers a "swim with dolphins" program that promises to teach about the physiology, behavior and natural history of dolphins.
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway

14 Freedom Tower

Freedom Tower
Freedom Tower
One of the most striking buildings on Biscayne Boulevard, Freedom Tower displays a "wedding-cake" style. Built in 1925, it is one of the oldest skyscrapers in the southeastern United States, and served for many years as the headquarters of the Miami Daily News.
Its name comes from its role as the immigration-processing center for hundreds of thousands of Cuban refugees who arrived in the 1960's. Today it stands as a tribute to Cuban immigration
Address: 600 North Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132-1802, United States

15 Miami Children's Museum

Miami Children's Museum
Miami Children's Museum Smart Destinations
The Miami Children's Museum was founded in 1983 and moved to its latest location in 2003. It later built on an addition. Educational and entertaining exhibits are designed to appeal to children's curiosity and creativity. Interactive displays at the Miami Children's Museum include a variety of themed galleries that revolve around arts, culture, community, and communication.
The museum is located in a 56,500 square-foot facility with galleries, a 200 seat auditorium, restaurant, and gift shop.
Address: 980 Macarthur Causeway

16 Miami Science Museum

Miami Science Museum
Miami Science Museum Thundercheese
The Miami Science Museum presents a large number of hands-on and interactive exhibits covering a variety of scientific fields including physics, biology and chemistry. Exhibits change, offering new displays with new themes. The museum is also well known for its children's summer science camp.
Since the museum was first established in 1950 it has grown considerably, and been forced to expand its space throughout the years. Once again the museum has found itself in need of more space. As a result the museum is once again going through some major changes as it evolves and moves to a larger, more modern facility.
Official site: http://www.miamisci.org/

17 Gold Coast Railroad Museum

Gold Coast Railroad Museum
Gold Coast Railroad Museum Smart Destinations
Founded in the 1950's by the Miami Railroad Historical Society, the Gold Coast Railroad Museum has more than 30 antique railway cars. It features the "Ferdinand Magellan", the presidential railcar used by Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Truman and Reagan. Visitors can see the California Zephyr cars, "Silver Crescent" and "Silver Stag".
The museum also houses an extensive model railroad section. Wooden train sets are on display for children to play with and enjoy.
Address: 12450 SW 152nd Street, Miami, FL 33177-1402, United States
Official site: http://www.gcrm.org/