151 N.E. 41st St., Design District
A pillar of sustainability and conscience in fashion, En Avance has been a Miami institution for nearly three decades. The boutique’s inventory spans clothing, beauty, accessories, and homewares. Browse through racks of Sacai, Ellery, and Preen; pick up a ceramic or two; and don’t leave without a bottle of miracle-working serum by the Vintner’s Daughter.
7338 N.W. Miami Ct., Little River
In a retail landscape heavily crowded with luxury brands, Kristen Cole is bringing an earthier, lighter, more artisanal selection with the opening of TenOverSix in Little River. Cole is known for her great eye and understated finds for women, men, and kids, but the focus here is really on women’s accessories and home goods. There’s a smattering of ready-to-wear, too: Pieces from Rachel Comey and Jesse Kamm share floor space with tiny sweatshirts from Boy + Girl and Misha & Puff, while the glass cabinets are lined with Gabriela Artigas earrings and Fort Standard bottle openers.
goop GIFT Miami (Closed)
151 NE 41 St., Suite 127, Design District
Just in time for Art Basel, goop GIFT is setting up shop in the Design District through Dec. 24th. To make seasonal shopping as stress-free as possible, goop editors and buyers have done all the legwork for you, and with twelve personality-driven gifting categories there's something for everyone (and we mean everyone—pets included). Whether you need a special gift or token for the health nut, the cook, the dreamer, the host, or the lover in your life—to name but a few—we've got you covered. Shoppers will find everything featured in our goop gift guides IRL, alongside the very best of the goop shop across skincare, homewares, clothing, and accessories jewelry jewelry in a pretty, blush-colored space. The Bond St. outpost (other locations include Newport Beach and New York City) operates as a legit one-stop-shop. Once you've completed your shopping, enjoy the convenience of in-store wrapping, personalization (why not?), plus, local delivery to your home.
3930 N.E. 2nd Ave., Design District
Maison Martin Margiela’s Miami outpost looks and feels like a piece of Versailles dropped into a cavernous black-washed warehouse loft, which pretty much sums up the inimitable, endlessly cool, and iconoclastic aesthetic of this legendary fashion house (founded in Paris in 1988). The shop is located, naturally, in Miami’s Design District, which one might describe as a hipper, artsier Rodeo Drive. Avid shoppers will want to allot some quality time to hit all the stops: Virtually every big-deal designer is accounted for here.
I on the District
51 N.E. 40th St., Design District
Smack in the middle of Miami’s Design District (a must for any designer-brand shopper), this is the destination for designer and vintage sunglasses and optical glasses. This chic minimalist space houses the coolest international eyewear brands, from the avant-garde (Mykita, Matsuda, Thierry Lasry) to the tried-and-true (Cutler and Gross, Thom Browne, Oliver Peoples).
6101 Biscayne Blvd., Biscayne Bay
Glottman is both a design firm and a purveyor of international interior design; here, you’ll find virtually everything you can think of to furnish the most stylish, modern interiors from top to bottom. Their well-appointed MiMo showroom/shop is uplifting and inspiring even just to peruse, with soft, gorgeous textiles and rugs on display from Nordic/Scandinavian designers like Kinnasand, as well as luxurious modern furniture and light fixtures that skew from high-concept design to reimagined classics. But not everything here is a major investment: They also sell small gifts, home accessories, kitchen utensils and serveware you can take home easily. They've got another studio/shop in Wynwood.
219 N.W. 26th St., Wynwood
Glottman is both a design firm and a purveyor of international interior design. Here, you’ll find virtually everything you can think of to furnish the most stylish, modern interiors from top to bottom. The well-appointed Wynwood space is uplifting and inspiring even just to peruse, with soft, gorgeous textiles and rugs on display from Scandinavian designers like Kinnasand, as well as luxurious modern furniture and light fixtures that skew from high-concept design to reimagined classics. But not everything here is a major investment: It also sells small gifts, home accessories, kitchen utensils, and serveware you can take home easily. There's another location in MiMo/Biscayne Bay.
Plant the Future
2511 N.W. 2nd Ave., Wynwood
Living plants arguably make better gifts than run-of-the-mill floral arrangements. Done right, a great plant or terrarium can be an uplifting interior décor element in itself, and it doesn’t wilt or die a few days later. Plant the Future is the place to go for beautiful, lively, inspired living-plant arrangements, from vibrant flowering cacti to moss art (like a chic Chia Pet!) to actual works of art with plants in them. There's another location in Mid-Beach.
Plant the Future
2341 Collins Ave., Mid-Beach
Living plants arguably make better gifts than run-of-the-mill floral arrangements: Done right, a great plant or terrarium can be an uplifting interior décor element in itself, and they don’t wilt away and die a few days later. Plant the Future is the place to go for beautiful, lively, inspired living plant arrangements, from vibrant flowering cacti to moss art (like a chic Chia Pet!) to actual works of art with plants in them. There's another location in Wynwood.
1220 Collins Ave., South Beach
While everyone else in fashion was developing e-commerce platforms, retail pioneer Laure Hériard Dubreuil decided to open a 20,000-square-foot brick-and-mortar shop in South Beach in a 1939 Henry Hohauser–designed Art Deco building. The space itself is impeccably designed. Each room has a slightly different vibe (some dark and moody, others light and bright), but it’s all the better to browse in and ultimately spend hours wandering through. Exclusives like palm-leaf-printed silk PJs from For Restless Sleepers, Olympia Le-Tan clutches, Gigi Burris Millinery woven hats, and even a Pantone Universe iPhone case in—yep—the Webster Pink. While Miami was Hériard Dubreuil's first location, she’s since opened locations in Bal Harbour, Costa Mesa, Houston, and New York.