Shopping in Miami

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Shopaholics won’t leave Miami empty-handed: from its vast array of high-end shopping malls (Aventura, Bal Harbour Shops) to its eclectic concept stor... Read More

Shopaholics won’t leave Miami empty-handed: from its vast array of high-end shopping malls (Aventura, Bal Harbour Shops) to its eclectic concept stores (The Bazaar Project, BASE Superstore) and the couture brands that are moving into the Design District, the best shopping in Miami is easy to find inside the city proper.

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  • Alchemist

    Everything about Alchemist screams "high style," right down (or, rather, up) to the Herzog & de Meuron-designed parking garage one part of the store... Read More

  • Aventura Mall

    One of the biggest shopping destinations in the great Miami area, the Aventura Mall—all 2.7 million square feet of it—is an integral part of a super... Read More

  • Bal Harbour Shops

    Opened in 1965, Miami's swanky Bal Harbour Shops is a popular open-air mall built on what was once the site of a World War II barracks. Among the more... Read More

  • BASE Superstore

    A bastion of style, Base—a concept store in the heart of South Beach's Lincoln Road—is always on the frontlines of what's next in Miami cool. The wide... Read More

  • Beach Bunny

    Model-turned-swimsuit designer Angela Chittenden knows what women want in beachwear. And since 2004, she's been delivering it in the form of Beach Bunny... Read More

  • Books & Books

    Books & Books almost undersells itself with its name: At its Coral Gables location, inside a 1920s Mediterranean-style building, book-filled shelves... Read More

  • Del Toro

    This Wynwood-based shoe brand was originally a men’s brand, but has since expanded to both women and children. Its stylish footwear has created an ever... Read More

  • Fine Art Auctions Miami

    You can’t have design without art, and the Design District’s Fine Art Auctions Miami is where serious collectors go to discover one-of-a-kind works,... Read More

  • Genius Jones

    "Just because you're now a parent doesn't mean you should have to immediately abandon your love of design." That's the tenet upon which Genius Jones was... Read More

  • Lost Boy Dry Goods

    Downtown Miami's newest denim destination turns shopping for jeans into a truly personalized experience. In addition to major brands like Diesel, Scotch... Read More

  • Luminaire Lab

    With modern furniture from the likes of Konstantin Grcic and Hee Welling, this two-floor showroom in the Design District feels more like an art... Read More

  • Respice

    Opened in 2013, this eclectic shop in South Miami puts its own twist on the "concept store." A cross between a gallery space and a miniature department... Read More

  • Stone Age Antiques

    For nearly 50 years, Stone Age Antiques has been offering shoppers an array of things they don't need but desperately want. The 10,000-square-foot... Read More

  • Sweat Records

    With a huge teal-and-white mural of legendary alt musicians like Iggy Pop covering an entire side of the building, it's impossible to miss this... Read More


    Part gallery, part bookstore, this outpost of the noted German publisher displays hundreds of photo-heavy books on art, architecture, fashion, film, and... Read More

  • The Bazaar Project

    Designer Yeliz Titiz’s has spent much of her life traveling the world, spending time in Shanghai, Seoul, Italy, Denmark, and more. Her lively boutique... Read More

  • The Design District

    The city of Miami (and well-heeled shoppers of the world) owes a debt of gratitude to developer Craig Robins, who saw an opportunity in an otherwise... Read More

  • The Webster

    Housed inside a historic 1939 Art Deco building designed by famed architect Henry Hohauser, The Webster is many a Miamian's first stop on any South... Read More

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