Even though it seems that Art Basel is probably the only thing taking Miami by storm these days, there is actually other news equally as exciting. Storm-dashing designer Duncan Quinn has opened a limited edition pop-up shop in the city’s Design District that pays as a tribute to fine tailoring. In addition to his full range of distinguished menswear, the British-born’s 6,000-sq.-ft. space features a full-sized indoor croquet pitch-a 1962 Maserati 3500GT. One of only 359 made, it was specially ordered and owned by famed Formula One driver Peter Revson. In addition, the shop includes a killer collection of vintage Ducati motorbikes, including a 450 Desmo from the 70’s, a 350 Desmo, built in 1969 and a 1985 F1 prototype.
There are also limited edition croquet shirts and t-shirts exclusive to the setting with installations of Ruby motorcycle helmets from France and Hendrick’s Gin cocktails. Famed shoe designer Christian Louboutin, who has his own pop-up shop down the block, was their first customer! The shop will be open until Dec. 12th, then once a month for dinners and tastings or by appointment. The Duncan Quinn Pop-Up Shop is located on 4040 NE 2nd Ave, No. 102 in Miami, FL.