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Bottega Veneta’s first Miami location fuses Miami elements with a Montebello attitude through raw and refined materials.
Bottega Veneta’s first Miami location fuses Miami elements with a Montebello attitude through raw and refined materials like plaster, marble, concrete, brass, reclaimed wood, resin, and leather. The store is also the brand’s first location to be designed by creative director Daniel Lee, welcoming guests to its latest designs immersed in two floors of Terrazzo Palladiano flooring, custom-cut rugs, white shelves, and a pink plaster and marble stairwell that leads to a not-to-be-missed upper floor.
Whitewaller recommends: Shopping the Pre-Spring 2020 collection.
The luxury contemporary designer John Elliott's Miami location combines form and function in both fashion and architecture.
Maison Margiela's Miami Design District space holds within its 2,616 square feet the house's co-ed collections, accessories, and more.
Sevan Bicakci’s Miami Design District store is the only U.S. location where you'll find the Turkish jewelry designer's one-of-a-kind wonders.
Van Cleef & Arpels’s Miami space highlights the house's jewelry in a design by longtime collaborators Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku.
Alexander McQueen's showroom in the Miami Design District greets guests to a design by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic.
Located in the vibrant Miami Design District, the Molteni&C|Dada's Flagship Store plays out over two levels and over 6,500 square feet.
Since 2011, KITH has been serving the men and women of New York as a progressive lifestyle retailer and, as of December 2016, Miami, too.
The Webster, a luxury multibrand retailer, is a top-curated boutique, carrying over 200 designer brands like Chanel, Gucci, and Valentino.