The Surf Club
The sparkling sun, soft sand, and cool, clear waters of Miami have attracted elite visitors from around the world for well over a century, laying the foundation for a culture of laidback luxury that continues to define the city today. Of the many Miami institutions, none better embodies this spirit than the Surf Club. For more than eight decades, the glamorous cabanas have played host to celebrities and personalities such as Tony Bennett, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Winston Churchill, and Elizabeth Taylor, while the resort’s legendary parties remain a beloved memory throughout Miami.
On the eve of a redesign by star architect Richard Meier, this volume, featuring a foreword by Pamela Fiori, celebrates the spectacular past, present, and future of what many regard as the jewel of Miami Beach.
9.5 x 12.0 in – 24.0 x 30.5 cm
144 pages | 80 illustrations
Hardcover with jacket
About the Author
Tom Austin is a journalist based in Miami. His work has appeared in the Miami New Times.
Pamela Fiori’s career in magazine publishing spans more than forty years. She was editor in chief of Town & Country, the premier magazine for the affluent in America, for seventeen years. Before that she was editor in chief of Travel + Leisure for fourteen years. An authority on luxury, travel, style, connoisseurship, and philanthropy, Fiori writes and speaks frequently on these subjects. She has also written In the Spirit of Capri, In the Spirit of St. Barths, and In the Spirit of Palm Beach for Assouline.