Some of fashion’s most iconic brands are collaborating on sky-high Miami buildings with runway-worthy aesthetics.
A rendering of Fendi Château, set to open later this year.
The fashion house Fendi showed valuable foresight in purchasing its three-acre oceanfront property in Surfside well before others saw the town’s amazing potential. Developed in partnership with the Château Group, the Fendi Château residences, which range in price from $6 million to $25 million, feature interiors designed by Fendi Casa, the brand’s custom cabinetry, and Gaggenau appliances, as well as high-end amenities such as avant-garde gardens and pools and a private restaurant, spa, and cinema. 9379 Collins Ave., Surfside, 305-944-4440
A master bedroom at Residences by Armani/Casa.
Missoni chose Edgewater for its first-ever branded residences. Missoni Baia’s waterfront tower has colorful interiors (designed under the creative direction of Angela and Rosita Missoni), as well as Missoni Home furniture throughout, plus European-style amenities, like a flow-through deck meant for all-day sunbathing and elevated tennis courts. The exterior, designed by Asymptote Architecture, features aerodynamic “super-columns” that render the glass façades almost entirely mullion-free, plus fin-like corners meant to echo the sails of yachts. 777 NE 26th Terrace, Miami, 305-800-7000
Residences By Armani/Casa
A living room at Missoni Baia.
A modern glass tower in Sunny Isles, Residences by Armani/Casa, conceived by renowned architect César Pelli, features interiors from Armani/Casa as well as 35,000 square feet of superior amenities, such as a curated collection of museum-quality art, an Armani Privé lounge, a stylized cigar room, and a two-story spa with a Turkish hammam. In addition, the $15 million penthouse will be designed and approved by Giorgio Armani himself. 18325 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 786-629-1660