5 of the best shops for trendy clothing in Miami
1) U-Rock Couture
Open since the mid-1990s on Ocean Drive, this rock culture-inspired clothing store – as implied by the double entendre name – offers stud-worthy duds and accessories. In many cases, those are literal studs or other embellishments. Get-you-noticed labels here for men and women include BB Simon, King Baby and Robin. A second location is on Collins Avenue.
2) The Webster
Named for the 1935 Art Deco building in which the flagship store is housed, The Webster is an assemblage of unique designer fashion items for both men and women. Owner Laure Heriard Dubreuil debuted a second Webster in Bal Harbour in 2013.
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3) Ida and Harry
Named for the scions of the hotel’s developers, this luxe boutique, located just off the lobby, offers items ranging from ripped jeans to embellished sneakers to cosmetics and cologne. The store carries more than 50 designer brands. Whether you’re looking for John Varvatos or Valentino, Ida and Harry are here to help.
4) Nilaya Concept
Go full-on boho at this colorful store in the El Portal/Little River area, just south of The Citadel food hall. It’s filled with T-shirts, kimonos, palazzo pants, skirts, maxi dresses, dusters, and kaftans made from reclaimed vintage silk, linen from Bali and ramie, a fabric from Java. The clothing is wonderfully light, perfect for the hot and humid climate. Each piece is handmade, unique and complemented by hippie-chic jewelry.
If there’s two things that people like to do in Miami, it’s travel and work out. This is why it makes sense that Anatomie, founded by athleisure vets Kate and Shawn Boyer, would have its headquarters/concept showroom in Miami. Their men’s and women’s lines are chic enough to don for dinner but casual enough to relax in during the day. Find their clothes at the Miami Beach Carillon pop-up store and in the Mandarin Oriental, Miami.
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