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FINE magazine August 2013

This issue is all about the water—taking a moment to look out over this FINE city and behold all the amazing things happening port and starboard. Over the years, San Diego has transformed from humble maritime beginnings to a thriving travel destination that nuances our coastal past from Coronado to Oceanside. Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “To reach a port we must set sail—Sail, not tie at anchor, sail, not drift.”

Floral Trends: Bridal Bouquets

In Photos. Check out these latest designs for the perfect bridal bouquet

Nautical Dreams

Nautical fashions featured in the August 2013 issue of FINE magazine. With clothing and accessories by Ralph Lauren, Kardashian Kollection, Love Tatum and RHCREATION

Cruise 4 Kids

The tricky thing about having a hobby is that sometimes people close to you can feel neglected or relegated to the “back seat” when you’re indulging in it.

Top Hometown Brewing companies San Diego

San Diego’s microbreweries are popping up like hops, developing delicious brews from North County all the way downtown.

Greener Pastures

The career of a racehorse is full of excitement. In this sport of kings, these majestic animals are the true celebrities that draw fans to the racetracks.

San Diego Party Planners

Meet the people that know how to make an occasion a FINE celebration.

Ultherapy San Diego

Non-Evasive surgery is taking

Review: Caroline’s Café at UCSD Scripps Institute

Caroline’s Café serves up healthy options at the UCSD Scripps Institute. Given the wide array of stunning locations to dine in San Diego, it’s nearly impossible to find a new venue tucked away from the typical tourist hotspots.

2 New Restaurants and a Juice Bar in San Diego

Meet some of San Diego's latest editions.

August Trends Floral Notes

From the red carpet to interior design, tropical floral patterns are in full bloom.

A Matter of Pride

On any given day, from the miles of shoreline in San Diego, boats fill the Pacific waters of picture-perfect harbors, dry docks and piers, gliding in and out of view while the sun slowly moves overhead and out to sea.