Prada Parades Its Drool-Worthy Driving Shoes

April 17, 2014 | by Connor Childers

In the market for an easy spring shoe? Prada's recently reconstructed driving shoes will woo you with their buttery feel and detailed craftsmanship.

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The newly redesigned Prada driving shoe. 

Good news for well-heeled Miami men this afternoon. Prada is hosting a traveling event showcasing the new construction of its classic driving loafer. The event will kick off at the Italian fashion brand's Bal Harbour boutique on April 26 and 27, with nearly 40 different variations (Saffiano leather, calf suede, ostrich, crocodile, myriad colors) of the iconic shoe splayed out for all to admire—and buy. As one of the most transitional options in a man’s wardrobe, the driver delivers a modern and sleek approach to dressing, and the new design takes no less than 200 steps to produce just one pair. Check out this video for a closer look at how these exceptional shoes are crafted. 9700 Collins Ave.


Shoe God Nicholas Kirkwood Brings Pop-Up to Bal Harbour

April 15, 2014 | by lisa ferrandino

You've seen his sexy shoes on Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyoncé, now shop his spring styles at the Bal Harbour Shops. 

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Designer Nicholas Kirkwood. (photo: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)

British designer Nicholas Kirkwood has brought his sexy-cool style to a new pop-up shop at the Bal Harbour Shops. “I’ve always been attracted to Miami’s energy, art, and architecture,” says Kirkwood on the temporary boutique (through Sept.), which carries his men's and women's spring collection, not to mention his über-fabulous shoes. >>Read More


The Search for Stylish Swim Trunks Ends Here

April 15, 2014 | by connor childers

Storied surfwear company Sundek rides a wave into Miami.

Sundek swimsuitsSundek’s iconic rainbow board shorts for men are available in a multitude of new hues and prints.

Surf culture picks up speed and heads east as the iconic California surfwear brand Sundek moves to new headquarters in Biscayne Park this spring. Famous for its rainbowstreaked board shorts originally championed by the top surfers in the ’70s, Sundek reintroduced itself to the US via California in 2010 and is no longer able to resist the prominent pull and strong shift toward South Florida’s surf culture. >>Read More

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