What: A crafty mom and her two daughters dig through estate sales, thrift stores, and even dumpsters to find tossed gems they later restore and sell at their Wynwood showroom.
Why: A floral-print accent chair, vintage bars, silver-painted king’s chair, and kitschy decor ($100-$1500).
When: Tues.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 2328 N. Miami Ave. (305-438-9311).
Ela Stone Handbags
What: The Paris brand debuts new purses ($250-$380), sold in the United States exclusively at Violet & Grace.
Why: DC readers get 25 percent off the leather clutches, totes, and satchels with gold lion clasps and fringe. (Just mention DailyCandy at the store.)
When: You need a French invasion.
Where: 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach (305-534-1500).
Miami Food & Wine Culinary Experience Debuts
What: Miami-Dade College’s new Culinary Institute launches a weekend food festival.
Why: Day one features several foodie seminars at the new campus space; a select group of chefs and sommeliers offers tastes of their crafts on day two.
When: Sat. & Sun.
Where: Miami Culinary Institute, Wolfson Campus, 415 NE 2nd Ave., ste. 9104 (877-577-9463). Grand tasting, Epic Hotel, 270 Biscayne Blvd. Tickets ($60-$200) online at themiamiculinaryexperience.com.
Blush Boutique Sales Rack
What: The South Miami location rolls out goods priced $10-$29.
Why: The constantly restocked rack currently carries Solemio tops, Blank jeans, shorts, and tops.
When: Mon.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. & Fri., 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m.
Where: 5784 Sunset Dr., South Miami (305-663-7337).
Photo: Liz Newman / Courtesy of Found