Berluti is one for the gentlemen. It’s a place where you’ll find everything leather from jackets to vintage-chic suitcases. This upscale men’s boutique keeps it very classy with simple materials and flawless handicraft. The shoes are also a popular attraction, along with the ready-to-wear stateside, a recent introduction. Walking through the store you’ll get a real appreciation for the design, layout, and artistic qualities of the shops in the Miami Design District.
Miami Design District, 161 NE 40th St 100 & 200, Miami, FL, +1 305 573 4170
Chernaya Bridal House
It’s only fair, the guys had one and now its your turn ladies. Chernaya Bridal House proudly owns the title of being Miami’s premiere bridal boutique and the only one in the highly exclusive Design District… And for good reason. Their dresses are meticulously crafted with an eye for the fashion-forwards nature of Miami’s upscale clientele. The store itself will also blow you away; Chernaya’s salon rivals the best bridal houses in the United States, offering young brides a unique experience they won’t forget.
4100 NE 2nd Ave Suite 305, Miami, FL, +1 305 576 6000
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Next up is a store that epitomizes the sleek architectural designs that are typical of the district. With elements of the Art Deco style that Miami is famous for, Emilio Pucci is a great fit in the neighborhood. This boutique produces ready-to-wear clothes and accessories for women. Some of the designs here are absolutely brilliant; with bright colors, disorderly patterns and unique textures abound, Emilio Pucci is nothing if not provocative.
Miami Design District, 178 NE 39th St, Miami, FL, +1 305 576 1830
Jaeger is one of the world’ oldest and most prestigious watch makers. With a boutique in the Miami Design District, they’re simply adding a further element of class and timelessness (no pun intended) to this already impressive congregation of luxury brands and upscale boutiques. These watches are the finest, and they don’t come cheap either. The average Jaeger-Lecoutre watch costs upward of $40,000! There aren’t many watches on the planet that can match a Jaeger-Lecoultre watch with regards to the beauty and detail in the design though.
Miami Design District, 140 NE 39th St, Miami, FL, +1 305 908 3660
Founded in Paris in 1988 by Belgian designer Martin Margiela, Maison Margiela (house of Margiela) presents a stunning display of fashion, style, jewelry, and interior design. This boutique offers a unique experience for the fashion-forward men and women of Miami’s elite. Everything here is gorgeous and meticulously crafted. The jewelry pieces are elegant and the ready-to-wear collection is always daring, provocative, and pleasantly tasteful.
Miami Design District, 3930 NE 2nd Ave #101, Miami, FL, +1 786 718 1931
Not to be outdone by Jaeger-Lecoultre, Panerai is a renowned luxury watch maker, with a flagship location in the heart of Miami’s Design District. The two story building boasts an impressive area of 2,200 square feet with two entrances, making this the largest Panerai point of sale in the United States. Architect Patricia Urquiola designed a simple yet chic showroom with a retro-vintage feel to it. The Swiss are the world’s best watch makers, Panerai’s collections are a perfect example of the type of masterful craftsmanship that we’ve come to expect from stores in the district.
140 NE 39th St #101, Miami, FL, +1 305 908 4518
I On The District
With the finest and largest selection of eyewear in Miami, I On The District is the one stop sunglasses shop with a clever name and an uncompromising dedication to excellent service and personalized expression. Luxury sunglasses have never been easier to find, with a start-studded line-up of brands such as Matsuda, Andy Wolf, Balenciaga, Botega Venta, and many more. The location itself is very minimalist, a look that works well to accentuate the designer sunglasses.
Miami Design District, 51 NE 40th St, Miami, FL, +1 305 573 9400
By Laurence Kidd