New collections and fall's chic pieces make for a swanky Magic City season.
Bruno Magli opens in Brickell City Centre and partners with Lucy Liu for the ultimate capsule collection.
READY, SET, GO Marc Newson implemented only the best in design for the Horizon rolling luggage collection, his second collaboration with Louis Vuitton. While staying true to the house’s DNA and celebrating the Monogram canvas, the collaboration boasts innovative materials like titanium and polypropylene composite to get that perfect molded shape. Ever the innovator, Newson even inverted the structure of the traditional luggage to optimize packing space. Hello, storage! Miami Design District, 140 NE 39th St., 305-573-1366
STRUCTURALLY SOUND The newest luxe pieces to hit Miami’s streets come from local architect and Portuguese transplant Rubén de Abreu, founder and CEO of the chic leather goods brand Deabreu. For Diagonal—the brand’s first collection of five styles ranging from folders to messengers and travel bags—de Abreu stuck to what he knows best, looking to architecture and geometric forms for inspiration and employing traditional craftsmanship to show off the leather’s grain. Prices for the stylish collection range from $486 to $1,356. Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-865-1100
MOVE IT Calling all yogis! The Brazilian activewear line Liquido has finally landed Stateside. The shop, which opened this summer, carries the brand’s stylish leggings for women in vibrant monthly limited-edition prints, along with performance wear and the new men’s line. Guys, opt for the T-shirts and tanks—they’re perfect for going straight from the gym to the beach, and everywhere in between. 1937 Harrison St., Hollywood, 754-263-2546
STEPPING OUT Rich in heritage and luxe to its core, Bruno Magli’s refined and sophisticated styles are finally available, as of November 3, for those frequenting Miami’s newest style mecca, Brickell City Centre. The boutique’s aesthetic invites with warm tones and a focal-point suede couch, but it’s the Italian brand’s newest footwear, like the Lucy—a collaborative effort with Lucy Liu, with proceeds going to Unicef—and Monza driving flats for the gents, that will keep shoppers coming back for more. Brickell City Centre, 701 S. Miami Ave., Miami