Luxury Fashion Finds a Home in the Miami Design District
The Miami Design District luxury phenomena is cutting-edge in trends and culture. There are lots of boutiques that have risen here from the dust, and the focus is now on an exciting array and craze for custom design, opulent mode, unconventional restaurants and alternative art in this neighborhood. This design district is the epicenter of cutting-edge luxury and fashion, and is becoming a way of life for many Miami locals and tourists alike.
The neighborhood now boasts about being host to an exciting array of forward-thinking projects that focus on fashion, food, art, and design. Whether you are here to browse, appraise and shop or dine, these boutiques in Miami and art exhibits are a singular experience of taste and valor for all. There’s Valentino, Harry Winston, Armani, Fendi, Givenchy and so many other fashion-icon stores that just moved in.
Take a stroll over to A. Lange & Söhne; a watchmaker you may have never heard of, that was established in 1845 in Dresden, the capital of Saxony in East Germany. Dresden itself was a city that was totally rebuilt after WWII, and so was its old town, its stores and art museums. In the 1990’s, Walter Lange, the great grandson of Ferdinand Adolf Lange, heroically re-launched the A. Lange & Söhne brand name and made it what it is today: a classy German watchmaker that manufactures a few unique and one-of-a-kind, hand-assembled watches.
All these retro stores and others such as Celine, Prada, Hermes and Cartier, to mention a few, have already become residents of the Miami Design District. The older buildings have made way for a totally new and avant-guard establishment within a few months. There is more construction under way, in order to complete and structure this mall into one of the most breathtaking concrete sites in Miami.
Craig Robins, along with L Real Estate and Dacra, is the creative entrepreneur and mastermind who came up with a visionary theme based on urban and tropical designs for an exclusive and futuristic looking retail development. This overlooked district of Miami will be the permanent home of many extravagant stores, restaurants and architectural boutiques and promenades.
The plan is to keep the open-air motif of the Miami Design District so that it can accommodate a total of 120 fabulous retailers, home furnishing showrooms, rooftop bistros, five parking garages, chic cafes, popular restaurants and busy plazas, as well as a glamorous condominium housing complex next door.