These Are Miami's Best Boutiques


These Are Miami's Best Boutiques

By Nicole Schubert | October 23, 2018 | Style & Beauty

Miami has the answer to Rodeo Drive and Palm Beach’s Worth Avenue with nine sought-after boutiques that cater to a fashion clientele, who are style savvy and effortlessly elegant.

Between a new on-trend Parisian stomping ground, located in the Design District, that’s showing locals how French women do street style best, to a sneaker meets ice cream emporium that’s handcrafting and globally sourcing luxury footwear for deco drive tastemakers, fashion-forward connoisseurs and Mademoiselles can expect their dream wardrobe to appear lock and loaded in no time—complete with all the charming and soft glittering finishes.


Miami's best boutique: BA&AH

Parisian street style. One that tells the tale of a French girl who adores the WWD runway. She’s an amalgamation of elegance and femininity mixed in with a quiet, discrete disruption of the fashion hierarchy—that is replacing must-have items with a simple beret or a creative tulle skirt. And if you dare to do it like the women of Paris, then we suggest only one store—of highest recommendation by local Miami stylist and brand ambassador of NET-A-PORTER, Serena Bassil. New to the ultra-savvy Miami Design District, BA&SH is a collection of silhouettes that embody the coveted, carefree, and chic Parisian essentials, co-founded by lifelong friends Barbara and Sharon. Between French-cool authenticity and sophisticated bohemian flair in go-to pieces, you’ll discover the architecture of French fashion and how the Parisians know to do it best. 106 NE 40th Street #109

Eight Space

Miami's best boutique: Eight Space

Newly launched to Miami’s most art deco groovy neighborhood, Eight Space is an active apparel meets swimwear retail stomping ground located in the heart of Wynwood. Tastefully edited and aesthetically driven by South Florida native Brittany Falzaranom, this hip storefront is the ultimate lifestyle destination for the modern woman. And with limited-edition capsules and designer brands including Zimmermann, Flagpole, Jade, and Solid & Striped, Falzarano is setting you up for a day at the beach and a late afternoon run on the boardwalk. But it doesn’t end there, Eight Space will be offering locals rotating fitness classes, wellness programs, and even a daily dose of matcha sponsored by Miami favorite, Yoka Matcha. 174 NW 26th Street

The Webster

Miami's best boutique: The Webster

Revived from a 1930’s psychedelic hotel on Miami’s historic deco drive, this uniquely curated boutique is one that’s righteously earned the title of South Florida’s most fashion-forward shopping mecca. The Webster, Laure Heriard Dubreuil’s treasured development, is a luxury multi-brand boutique that’s quickly placing itself on top of the style map for exquisite collections and exclusive brand partnerships. And with a mascot that dons the Flamingo— from Dubreuil’s childhood love of network series Miami Vice—there is no boutique that screams magic city more than this chic-meets-charming beachside stopping ground. Between Balmain neon t-shirts and hot pink one-of-a-kind Saint Laurent sandals, you’ll be blushed with the season’s most rosy trends. 1220 Collins Ave


Miami's best boutique: TenOverSix

Miami's first high-concept retail store located in the ever-expanding Little River neighborhood, TenOverSix is a shopping experience that is atypical of any other. Set in a gallery-like setting—with minimal furniture, palm trees, light fixtures by Entler and commissioned images of Miami shot by visual artist and photographer Hamish Robertson—this LA-based boutique is changing the way locals shop by focusing in on brick-and-mortars as the center of all fashion forecasts. Kristen Cole, President and CCO of TenOverSix and Forty Five Ten, is bringing a new mix of emerging design and fashion to a city that’s known for its beachy and sexy aesthetic with high-concept items from modern, esoteric, and oftentimes humorous collections. 7338 NW Miami Court


Miami's best boutique: KITH

What sounds better than a pair of kicks and cereal blended ice cream treats? Nothing. And at this Collins Avenue South Beach location, tourists and local sneaker connoisseurs can have it all—sky rise high walls of layered footwear, trendy hoodies, and swirled ice cream cones sprinkled with Frosted Flakes and Cap’n Crunch. We recommend—post-shopping—dipping into "The Bam Bam By Action Bronson," a delectable frozen dessert mixed with Rice Krispie treats, Cookie Crisps, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Kit Kats, crushed Oreos, and marshmallow charms. Now that’s putting a whole new spin on dunkaroo! 1931 Collins Ave


Miami's best boutique: Rene by RR

Miami based runway designer, Rene Ruiz, has been changing the landscape of fashion for 30 years, dressing stars for the red carpet, announcing what’s most dapper for the streets, and launching haute couture, ready-to-wear collections that are show-stopping hot—complete with elegance, depth, intensity, and excitement. And now this year, Ruiz is announcing the launch of his new brand, Rene by RR, one which is a reflection of his radiant aesthetics, sense of style, and ability to accentuate the beauty of a woman. A true local figure in the magic city, Ruiz is at the forefront of couture, filling up a full house during Miami Fashion Week, with standing room available only. So, if you’re looking for an irresistible yet soft look to fashion this autumn season, let the master build a silhouette that’s genius and created specifically unique to you.

MVM Miami


Suit up at this ultra-cool boutique, one that all the girls flock to fulfill their couture needs and glamour dreams. MVM Miami, owned by South Florida local and vogue fashionista, Melissa Mosheim, is taking over Wynwood’s art deco streets and redressing them with modes of high-end designers and looks that scream a statement—all editor approved and seasonally styled. So if you’re looking for the latest finds, paired with killer accessories, we suggest heading to MVM Miami and letting the queen of allure dress you, to the ultimate degree of number nine. 2119 NW 2nd Ave



The trendsetter, where little fads turn into worldwide style casters. INTERMIX, the red, white, and blues ultra-daring, ultra-luxurious, and even more ultra-A-list boutique that’s been on the forefront of what’s buzzing since 1993. And now, with a 25th anniversary to celebrate, INTERMIX will be surprising shoppers with exclusive designer items available only in-store for this very special 2018 occasion. So prepare for glitter and lots of shimmer and eagerly await to be shocked and stunned by their 25th-anniversary wardrobe that’s soon to come home. 1005 Lincoln Road

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