The Miami Design District always has a lot going on, whether it’s the latest high-end fashion trends, or rising artists work in galleries. This neighborhood is flourishing and it will always be a stop on the tourist track as well as the locals.
I am happy to announce that Loewe and Emilo Pucci are the latest to join the luxury design party in the Miami Design District. Loewe’s brings their Spanish roots to the boutique with an authentic 18th century structure called a horreo. Found in a small town near the border of Galicia and Portugal it lives on the selling floor and highlights the brand’s Spanish heritage.
Loewe in Miami is the first North American store opening since Jonathan Anderson became the creative director for the fashion company owned by LVMH.
Currently on display at the shop are these exclusive and fabulous leather bowls, form the design convention in Milan, called the Salone del Mobile, Milan. Anderson worked with the artisan Jose’ Luis Bazan to craft these lustrous pieces with no real use except for high-end interior decoration.
Check them out at Loewe, 110 NE 39th Street, Miami Fl.
Emilio Pucci, also has a new designer and creative director. Massimo Giorgetti has replaced the former director Peter Dundas.
This boutique is located on 178 NE 39 Street, Miami Fl. The shop is emotes pure Miami fervor, with the Pucci 1966 Torre print adorned on the front of the building. It’s made with black and white maze-like blocks and resembles a jigsaw puzzle. This is Emilio Pucci’s third shop in Florida preceded by Aventura and one in Palm Beach.
The shop features a wide range of men’s and women’s swim wear, and resort pieces including the collaboration with Orlebar Brown+Emilio Pucci.