150 NE 40th Street
Miami, FL 33137
Clean lines and simplicity rule this historic Italian women’s luxury brand. Sophistication reigns supreme at Agnona which has been made in Italy since 1953.
Knitwear in a palate of neutral tones imbued with each season’s pop of color. The constant here is a line that never trends out of style.
With an introduction of their first stand-alone boutique in the country, no doubt the admirers of new creative director, Stefano Pilati- formerly of YSL- will be stepping out in the fashion prodigy’s latest creations, model Leigh Lezark is already blazing the trail.
Agnona also offers a home collection.
9700 Collins Avenue
Bal Harbour, FL 33154
Swiss watchmaking from a storied American brand heavily influenced by aviation. Translation: precision in engineering with a keen eye for haute design.
The IWC Vintage collection which harks back to the early days of aviation.
With watches being athletes’ accessory of the moment, Miami Heat’s Ray Allen is among the horde of ballers sporting these timepieces.
Switzerland houses the IWC watch museum exhibiting over 230 watches throughout its 140 years.
161 NE 40th Street, Suite 102
Miami, FL, 33137
The fashion forward line delivers a classic, fitted look for men. Dior Homme offers the largest line of high-end fashion and cosmetic care for men.
The suits, which are characterized by rock-star inspired designs and attention to the male silhouette.
The impeccable style and edge from the design house’s collections have caught the attention of A-listers such as Brad Pitt, Mick Jagger, Kanye West and David Beckham, whom have all been spotted in Dior.
Creative director Kris Van Assche commissioned famed photographer, Bruce Weber who premiered a short film entitled “Can I Make the Music Fly?” for DIOR HOMME’s Design District locale’s store opening.
180 NE 40th Street
Miami, FL 33137
Although designer Miuccia Prada’s aesthetic is rooted in minimalism and luxury with a heavy dose of irony is what shines through this ever-expanding line.
Prada’s historic Saffiano leather melds with Miuccia’s modern iconic black nylon in a variety of handbags, that goes back to the brands foundation.
Anna Wintour is famous for wearing Prada, but she is in good company with originals like Elle Fanning, Lady Gaga and Tilda Swinton.
Miuccia Prada is as big a character as the brand. Her most recent hair-raising looks? Socks with sandals for the Spring 2013 collection, executed as only Prada can do.