1109 Lincoln Road
The South Beach boutique stocks hard-to-find brands such as Rick Owens, Dries Van Noten, Alaïa and Givenchy, as well as other expert-curated, cutting-edge merchandise.
17651 Biscayne Blvd
The 42,000-square foot, two-level Aventura showroom of the Brazilian design brand offers a wide range of luxury furnishings, exclusive designs and celebrity collaborations.
Bal Harbour Shops
9700 Collins Avenue
The premiere luxury shopping destination has expanded its offerings to include Etro and Scoop NYC. And architect Peter Marino even gave Chanel’s 8,000-square foot space a facelift with a gleaming white facade. Men need not despair—Italian suiting expert Brioni relocated recently and Saint Laurent just added a dedicated men’s section.
1784 West Avenue
Lawyer turned retailer Ariel Burman has studied the market well and stocks a tight roster of menswear designers, including Michael Bastian, Billy Reid and Folk. Pick up everything from board shorts to pocket squares in his converted warehouse in Sunset Harbour.
2516 NW 2nd Avenue
The lifestyle boutique prides itself on one-of-a-kind finds exclusive to Miami. Stop in and pick up something in the way of chic decor (throws, vases, sculptures) or fashion accessories. Owner Jennifer Frehling sources a wide variety of items that are handmade, artistic, sustainable and intelligently designed.
120 NE 39th Street
Model turned design maven Sara Colombo has a great eye for furniture and lighting. Her Design District showroom also offers home accessories and gifts like napa-leather boxes and surreal crystal sculptures.
1220 Collins Avenue
Housed in an Art Deco building, this multi-brand boutique founded by Laure Heriard Dubreuil carries upscale brands like Valentino and Céline but offers exclusives too, like a capsule collection with Calvin Klein’s Francisco Costa and Olympia Le-Tan clutches embroidered to resemble Webster’s Dictionary.