Hermès Filet de Selle collection reinterprets the house's jewelry beginnings with modern embellishments.
Long necklace in white gold and diamonds ($238,900).
The first piece of jewelry Hermès introduced was the Filet de Selle bracelet—a 1927 tribute to the house’s equestrian roots. Now the Filet d’Or line carries on that tradition, utilizing rose gold and white gold as well as diamonds to add embellishment and luster to the collection’s necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings. The adornments incorporate designs seen throughout earlier baubles, including an Attelage-buckle clasp; a reinterpreted Milanese mesh inspired by chain mail of the Middle Ages; and the brand’s bijouterie’s signature diamond approach, using tiny diamonds to enhance the already poignant piece, like the Filet d’Or rope necklace, which features more than 2,400 stones. Miami Design District, 175 NE 40th St., 305-868-0118
Pucci’s famed Torre print adorns the exterior of the brand’s Design District boutique.
If there were ever a perfect place for Emilio Pucci, Miami would be it, and now the Design District is home to the vibrant stylings of creative director Peter Dundas’s last collection for the famed house. The brand’s legendary black and white Torre print sits at the forefront of the new boutique and embellishes the façade, while a white interior acts as an ideal backdrop for the fall collection of ready-to-wear, including colorsaturated blouses, fl oor-length velvet jackets, and accessories, from fringe suede handbags to navy velvet booties. Miami Design District, 178 NE 39th St., 305-576-1830
Since 1932 Harry Winston has set the standard for fine jewelry and timepieces. Now the legendary jeweler is building on tradition by opening a new salon in the Miami Design District. The elegant boutique re-creates the architecture of Harry Winston’s NYC flagship, featuring black lacquer furnishings and bespoke chandeliers that play into the Design District’s alluring aesthetic. Inside, shoppers can browse two stories of fi ne diamonds and rare gemstones, including bridal, timepiece, and fi ne-jewelry collections. Miami Design District, 166 NE 39th St., 786- 275-3660; harrywinston.com
Rings ($95 each), bracelets ($115 each), and cuffs ($145-$195 each).
Michael Kors has launched three new scents—White Luminous Gold, 24K Brilliant Gold, and Rose Radiant Gold—as well as an accompanying jewelry collection. Says Kors, “Nothing complements that [summer] glow better than shimmering gold jewelry and a hint of fragrance.” Village of Merrick Park, 358 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables, 305-428- 8771
Under the Gunn winne Oscar Garcia-Lopez is dressing everyone from stars to Miami elite in his one-of-a-kind creations.
The young and talented local designer Oscar Garcia-Lopez has taken the fashion industry by storm since winning the Project Runway spin-off, Under the Gunn. Originally from Cuba, Garcia-Lopez has attracted clients from Miami to New York with his line, Ozcar G, consisting of one-of-a-kind gowns crafted with fine fabrics and adorned with eye-catching embellishments. The elegance and sophistication of his award-winning designs showcase Garcia- Lopez’s passion and artistic background. By appointment only, 305 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-677-2857
Fisher Island Club’s new 1936 fragrance is available exclusively at the resort.
Members of the Fisher Island Club and guests there can now capture the essence of the resort with just a spritz. Designed for women, the new fragrance, 1936, starts off softly with a blend of jasmine and rose, orange blossom, bergamot, tea, and coriander, before moving to deep notes of amber, musk, and sandalwood. Meant to reflect a period of old-world glamour and opulence, the signature scent is named after the year William K. Vanderbilt II began building his iconic mansion. 1 Fisher Island Dr., Fisher Island, 535-6000
CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Abbraccio ring; Aladino ring; Freccia bracelets; Eclisse earclips.
For the past three decades, Vhernier has been offering shoppers minimalist fine-jewelry designs with a sophisticated edge. Now its classically bold and modern styles are available alongside the Italian brand’s new home line, De Vecchi, at the new Design District boutique. The boutique—Vhernier’s first store location in Miami—features standout home pieces like sleek metal light fixtures and crystal-covered crab pins that resemble the boutique’s artful door handles. Miami Design District, 140 NE 39th St., PC 137, 786-615-2722
Tomas Maier’s new retail space at Bal Harbour Shops (ABOVE) will include furniture designed by Maier himself as well as the limited-edition Diptyque for Tomas Maier candles, furniture pieces by Ole Wanscher, menswear and womenwear, shoes, bags, accessories, and lifestyle décor. 9700 Collins Ave., 305-351-9560
Photography by: PHOTOGRAPHY BY JASON NUTTLE (INTERIOR), STEVE BOXALL (PERFUME)