Zegna Store Opens in Miami’s Design District

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ermenegildo zegna  Miami Design District photo by Robin Hill (c) HI RES (4)
Ermenegildo Zegna has opened the doors of its latest outpost in the the Miami Design District, a flourishing luxury shopping destination. Architect Peter Marino designed the space for the Zegna global store in Milan and one of Zegna’s in-house architects developed the design for the Miami store. The two-story 2,800 square feet retail store has diverse offerings ranging from formal wear and sportswear to accessories and fragrances.

A key inspiration for the store design is the fabric from Zegna’s eponymous one hundred plus years wool mill in Trivero, Italy.

Clothing collections are strategically displayed throughout different areas of the store to create a virtual travel through the world of Zegna. Customers begin their journey on the ground floor, which is devoted to the Upper Casual and Z ZEGNA collections, complimented by textile accessories, leather goods, fragrance and eyewear.
Zegna S:S15 collection
The store’s second floor accentuates the full range of the Sartorial collection and also houses a piece of artwork by the Italian artist Ettore Spalletti, which is Part of ZegnArt / Art in Global Stores. This artistic project is based on art pieces exclusively conceived to be permanently displayed inside Ermenegildo Zegna’s stores worldwide. A concealed and dedicated room on the second floor showcases the exclusive Made to Measure and Personalization programs; the ultimate Zegna experience.


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