HAUTE, HARDCORE AND HIGH-TONED, FASHION BRAND COME ON LAUNCHES A MIAMI ATELIER WHILE DEBUTING ITS PRET-A-COUTURE COLLECTION.
Model Daniel Angulo wearing the Luis jacket, Winston pants and Princeton shirt in 100% white cotton MODEL PHOTO BY ARTURO ALCALA
As Miamians stay committed to daring fashion trends that scream colorful and bold, nothing is quite as extroverted as punk culture. Though embodying such culture in fashion pieces seems adventurous enough, Argentine founder Florencia Macri combines punk with surrealism while putting an elegant twist on the delinquent culture with her new fashion brand, Come On.
Model April Grant wearing the yellow Greco shirt and skirt in 100% silk MODEL PHOTO BY ARTURO ALCALA
The unisex, timeless and versatile pret-a-couture brand creates ageless clothing with premium fabrics while pushing boundaries within the fashion industry. Established in 2019, the designs are both classic and defiant while incorporating old tailoring traditions with a modern-day quirk.
Catherine robe in gold vintage fabric with black Nero top MODEL PHOTO BY ARTURO ALCALA
From lush velvets to lavish silks and cottons, the plethora of fabrics featured in the high-fashion collection was hand-selected on the streets of Paris, where the brand first launched its journey. With the latest atelier being placed in the emerging Little River District of Miami, trendsetters and locals alike are honored to take part in this new genre of fashion. 7255 NE Fourth Ave., Ste. 110/2, Miami, @comeonworld.ig
The interior of Miami’s Come On atelier. STORE PHOTO BY RAFAEL DELCEGGIO