Haute Couture: The Haute 5 Fashion Boutiques in Miami

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Turning up the heat on what has been a decade long Atrium tradition of merging style and street, a modern, natural and upscale translation of NYC’s legendary Atrium boutique opened on Collins Ave. in 2007 and has been catering to the non-stop action and energy that the Miami shopper craves ever since.

Befitting its Miami home, the 5000 square ft sleek space is white-washed and weathered. The original fixtures and environments, designed by Studio Dror, have been crafted to showcase an array of sexy edgy fashion for both men and women – each piece hand selected for the consummate Miami traveler. Reminiscent of Atrium NYC is a juried selection too of the foremost in denim, t-shirts and plush casual and beach wear. To compliment the fashion, finely edited lifestyle elements are infused throughout, a nod of appreciation for the passions and pursuits of their clientele. Casual, sensual and with a pulse all its own, Atrium Miami boasts the likes of Martin Margiela, Missoni, Collette Dinnigan, Costume National and D Squared.

1931 Collins Ave., Miami; 305.695.0757; http://www.atriumnyc.com/index2.html

The Webster

The Webster is a 20,000 square foot luxury multi-brand boutique located in the heart of Miami Beach in a historical Art Deco building designed in 1939 by famed architect Henry Hohauser. The three-level boutique is devoted to fashion (men’s and women’s ready-to-wear and luxury accessories such as shoes, bags, jewelry and watches), photography and entertainment and boasts names like Tom Ford, Prada, Marc, Stella, Proenza, YSL, Alaia, Lanvin, Dolce, and Neil Barrett. Not to mention jewelry by Hermès, Rolex, Ten Thousand Things, and Dinh Van. The Webster has also teamed up with acclaimed Parisian restaurant Caviar Kaspia in the launch of its first establishment in the United States.

1220 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305.674.7899; www.thewebstermiami.com

Village of Merrick Park

The Village of Merrick Park, located in the heart of Coral Gables, is a shopping destination like no other. A place where fashion and style come to life in a quaint village brimming with fountains, lush tropical foliage and a serene garden to relax and enjoy the sunshine. A stroll through the gardens at Village of Merrick Park will lead you to such world-class boutiques as Artefacto, CH Carolina Herrera, Juicy Couture, Gucci, DVF, La Perla and many more shops you know and love.

358 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables; 305.529.0200; www.villageofmerrickpark.com


Calling all fashionistas with Kardashian-like style. D-A-S-H Miami is open for business with plenty of outfits to help you channel your inner Kim, Kourtney or Khloe. The laid back space with black and white decor boasts brands like Whitney Eve, D’Amore, Beach Bunny and Vix to help you stay sexy and chic. Despite it’s less than desirable location, the locale is fun and flirty with plenty of brands that will have you looking hot for a night on the town or a day of shopping.

815 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 305.531.8484; http://www.shopdashonline.com/

Bal Harbour Shops

Fashionistas and well-heeled travelers flock to the Bal Harbour Shops for its 100 plus chic boutiques featuring the most coveted names in fashion. The open-air shops boast the highest concentration of designer boutiques in the country (the first Lanvin store in the country opened in late 2009). The boutiques also house a number of “limited edition/one-of-a-kind” items such as the Cartier “Diamond Love Cuff” (43.3 carats, valued at $500,000) and Hermes Men’s Crocodile Sports coat, made entirely of supple crocodile skin (worth $150,000).

9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour; 305.866.0311; www.balharbourshops.com

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