The latest in Miami style, from stackable hair ties to collaborations that give back.
By Lilla—the Miami-based accessories brand that rebels against the boring basic black hair elastic with stackable hair ties adorned with charms—is now delivering its pieces directly to the home with a new monthly subscription service. By Lilla connoisseurs can receive a kit every month featuring a variety of stacks and beauty items. And for those who prefer a personal touch, the company is even offering customization so you can create a stacked look that’s all your own. Boho Hunter, 184 NW 27th St., Miami, 786- 558-4486
In the Crush
In just four years, Jaimie Nicole turned her jewelry-design hobby into a full-blown career. The local designer’s new collection, Color Crush, features materials like ribbons, threads, chains, and stones. And keep an eye out for her collaboration with Miami fashion blogger Nikole Powers: hand, waist, and body chains, for those seeking a sexy, youthful new way to wear jewelry. Cream, 5731 SW 73rd St., Miami, 305- 669-9220
Rock One, Pearl Two
Just a little sweet and a lot of sleek—that’s what Mayors Jewelers is serving up in its edgy new Birks Rock & Pearl collection, featuring bold yet elegant silver pieces adorned with freshwater pearls for that rocker-chic appearance that everyone seems to be coveting this season. From a pearl pendant to stackable rings, they produce a look that Eva Hartling, vice president of marketing and communications for Birks Group, says will “travel seamlessly from one adventure to another.” Dadeland Mall, 7535 N. Kendall Dr., Miami, 305-667-7517
Top It Off
Regine Chevallier’s designs have earned her the title “Hat Lady to the Stars,” but with her new spring toppers, she turns her attention a little closer to home. Purchase one of Chevallier’s three new styles—the French Riviera, in vibrant new spring colors; the World Traveler, now with an optional zipper; and the Headliner, which is personally autographed by the designer—and she will donate one children’s hat to the Miami-based charity Style Saves, which provides school uniforms, clothing, shoes, educational supplies, and other items to underprivileged kids in South Florida. Le Beau Maroc, 9507 Harding Ave., Miami, 305-763-8847