Chopard hosts kick-off party for 62nd Annual Vizcaya Ball

  • Vizcaya Ball chairs Pear Baker Katz and Silvia Trinidad.

    Vizcaya Ball chairs Pear Baker Katz and Silvia Trinidad.

Over one hundred guests gathered on Thursday, October 25th at The Chopard Boutique at Brickell City Centre in honor of the 62nd Annual Vizcaya Ball kick-off party. Celebrating the upcoming annual event with kick-off host and Ball presenting sponsor Chopard. Guests enjoyed an elegant cocktail reception surrounded by Chopard’s extraordinary selection of fine jewelry and watches, which included pieces from its Red Carpet Collection. Supporters of the preservation of Vizcaya Museum and Gardens appreciate the aligned missions of Vizcaya and Chopard, both with a focus on environmental responsibility. The 62nd Annual Vizcaya Ball will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 7:00 PM.

Notable guests in attendance included Pearl Baker Katz, Bronwyn Miller, Silvia Trinidad, Joel Hoffman, Linda Levy Goldberg, Swanee Dimare, Sonia Gibson, Gladys Rustan Hernando, Leyla Portela and Kieran Bowers.

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For more information on Vizcaya’s Ball, “East Meets West: The Silk Road to Vizcaya,” visit To learn more about Vizcaya and events during the year visit

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
3251 South Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
About Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Vizcaya  Museum  and  Gardens  is  a  National  Historic  Landmark  that  preserves  its cultural and environmental resources to engage people in connecting with the past, understanding the present and shaping the future.  Built  between  1914  and  1922 as the winter home of farming manufacturer James Deering, Vizcaya is  one  of  the  most  intact  remaining  examples  from  this  era  in  United  States  history,  when  the  nation’s  most  successful  entrepreneurs  built  estates  inspired  by  the  stately  homes  of  Europe.  Vizcaya  features  a  Main  House  filled  with  a  decorative  art  collection,  10  acres  of  formal  gardens,  a  rockland  hammock  (native  forest),  mangrove  shore,  and  a  historic  village  that  is  being  restored  to  tell  Vizcaya’s  full  story  and  provide  additional  spaces  for  programs  and  community  outreach,  including  those  on  agriculture.  Vizcaya  has  been  a  community  hub  since  it  opened  to  the  public  in  1953;  it  currently  welcomes  about  300,000  visitors  annually.    Located  on  Biscayne  Bay  at  3251  South  Miami  Avenue,  Vizcaya  is  open  Wednesday  through  Monday  from  9:30  a.m. to 4:30  p.m.  Closed Tuesdays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas  Day.  For  more  information,  visit,  connect  via  social  media,  or  call  305-250-9133.

Press Contact:
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Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
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