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Maison Margiela's Miami Design District space holds within its 2,616 square feet the house's co-ed collections, accessories, and more.
John Galliano’s creative vision for Maison Margiela is visually brought to life in Miami by the Dutch architect Anne Holtrop. The 2,616-square-foot space, designed with elegant elements that appear fractured and put back together, is a unique and appropriate environment for the brand to display its inimitable goods. Among co-ed collections, accessories, and small leather goods, shoppers can peruse jewelry, eyewear, fragrances, and more.
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The luxury contemporary designer John Elliott's Miami location combines form and function in both fashion and architecture.
Bottega Veneta’s first Miami location fuses Miami elements with a Montebello attitude through raw and refined materials.
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.