Design District

Design District Travel Guide

Florida’s largest performing arts venue presents hot-ticket events including everything from opera and ballet to live comedy and theatre, even concerts.

Don't let its nondescript location fool you. Modestly housed in a converted warehouse, this privately owned collection occupies a massive warehouse in a less-than-fancy part of the fashion district.

The Bottega Veneta designer is given to stocking an eclectic range of items, including high-end Santa Maria Novella shaving cream imported from Italy, Neil Young albums, art books on Slim Aarons and 1920's architecture, fine teas, men's and women's clothing, and arty Marni necklaces made from str

It doesn't get more authentically Miami than an avant-garde contemporary art collection housed in a former DEA warehouse. Miami Beach hotel barons, the Rubell family, hosts its privately owned rotating collections at a cavernous two-story warehouse in the design district.

Items for both children and home can be found under one roof in this Design District shop. Organic fabrics and sustainable, Earth-friendly materials are plentiful throughout the store, used in everything from clothing to furniture to toys.