The A-to-Zs Of Miami Fashion: All You Need To Know!

From Aventura to Brickell and South Beach to Wynwood, must-know Miami shopping covers a whole lotta ground. But sometimes, the best way to take stock of all that's in store is to start with the basics. So, for the ultimate cheat sheet to the city's most fashionable offerings, we rounded up the 26 names that are shaping the shopping landscape — presented to you in a super gorgeous, alphabetized list, no less.
Bookmark our amazing guide (organization freak, anyone?) and memorize these hot spots — we may just test you. Trust us: Learning your ABCs was never this fun.
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This is where the cool kids shop. Owners Roma and Erika Cohen handpick the inventory bearing an edgy California-meets-Paris-meets-Tokyo influence, with brands like Alaïa, Givenchy, Céline, Dries Van Noten, Isabel Marant, Alexander McQueen, Ann Demeulemeester, Chrome Hearts, and Rick Owens. Look for its new luxury lifestyle store at the ground floor of the uber-cool Herzog & de Meuron-designed 1111 building next month — and, yes, they’re keeping the boutique on the fifth floor, too.

Alchemist, 1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-531-4653.

Photo: Via Alchemist
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Bdry Blow Dry Bar
Blowouts ($35) and makeup application ($35) — what a concept! Consider just- opened BDry Blow Dry Bar your get-glam spot when in South Beach.

Bdry Blow Dry Bar, 765 17th Street, Miami Beach, 800-407-2379.

Photo: Via Bdry Blow Dry Bar
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Collins Bridge
Geek-chic spectacles for $98? Yes, please. Miami’s Collins Bridge sells both prescription and non-prescription frames for those seeking an intellectual look for less.

Photo: Via Collins Bridge
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Del Toro Shoes
For Palm Beach savoir faire, look no further than Del Toro Shoes. The lad behind label Matthew Chevallard is the king of oxfords, espadrilles, and wingtips, and the fact that he’s easy on the eyes helps, too.

Photo: Via Del Toro Shoes
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For super-soft PJs and lingerie, a jaunt to newly opened Eberjey is in order. The South Miami outpost is the label’s first standalone store.
Eberjey, 7209 Southwest 57th Court, Miami, 305-763-8455.

Photo: Via Eberjey
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Ah, The Fontainebleau. The iconic hotel boasts fine dining (crispy duck at Hakkasan, anyone?), over-the-top treatments at Lapis spa, and up-all-night benders at LIV. For the fashion set, there’s Ida and Harry boutique brimming with high-end labels such as Emilio Pucci, Hervé Léger, Valentino, DSquared2, Stone Rose, and more.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-538- 2000.

Photo: Via Fontainebleau
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Gee Beauty
For best-of-the-best beauty booty, a jaunt to Gee Beauty is in order. The mother- and-daughter team behind this Bal Harbour Shops store are beauty junkies with a penchant for labels we love such as Tata Harper, St. Tropez, and SkinCeuticals.

Gee Beauty, 9700 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour, 305-868-3533. Photo: Via Gee Beauty
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Hunting Season
For you-won’t-see-these-everywhere exotic skin and bespoke handbags, Hunting Season has got it in the bag (literally!). Born and raised in the MIA, designer Dani Corona sells her unique handbags locally at The Showroom (which recently moved) and has quite the socialite and influencer following.

The Showroom, 5825 Sunset Drive, #305, South Miami, 305- 431-6284.

Photo: Via Hunting Season
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Inspiring Message T-Shirts
Miami-based Daniela Garcia’s Pure of Heart collection is chock-full of tops teeming with empowering messages. You go, girl!

Photo: Via Pure of Heart
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Jenna White
Peep the Tibi pop-up shop at Jenna White. Yes, from October 15 to the 20, the temporary Tibi shop-in-shop will host a special appearance by Tibi designer and founder Amy Smilovic on Monday, October 15.

Jenna White, 5842 Sunset Drive, South Miami, 305-669-5940.

Photo: Via Jenna White
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Le Fenice Salon
For that J. Lo glow, give Le Fenice Salon in Coconut Grove a go. Owner and facialist extraordinaire Lilian Samardzic is a skin magician of sorts — just ask Dwyane Wade and The Real Housewives of Miami cast members, okay?

Le Fenice Salon & Spa, 3333 Rice Street, Miami, 305-460-0800.

Photo: Via Le Fenice Salon
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Kore Boutique
With the recent addition of a Key Biscayne outpost, Kore boutiques are every Miami gal’s go-to budget-friendly shop.

Kore Boutique, 99 Harbor Drive, Key Biscayne, 786-431-5123.

Photo: Via Kore Boutique
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With style names such as the Biscayne Boulevard, Brickell Avenue, and Lincoln Road, just-launched made-in-Miami Miayos shoes are a closet staple thanks to their ease and comfort — plus, who can resist a hot-pink palm tree print? Not us!

Photo: Via Miayos
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The ‘80s may no longer be in vogue, but neon is to Miami what black is to New York. The colors are undeniably all around us – from the hotel facades of our Art Deco District, to the bright, multi-colored lifeguard towers on South Beach, to all of Calle Ocho – and are forevermore here to stay.
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Open House
We love an Open House and two of Miami’s most popular hairdressers, Andrea Battista and Mario Silvestri, are opening a new warm and eclectic studio in Wynwood, and you’re invited during this month’s Wynwood Art Walk.
Junior & Hatter, 2750 Northwest Third Avenue, Wynwood, 305-571-8361.

Photo: Via Junior & Hatter
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Personalized Trinkets
Local jeweler Tiffany Ortiz from TAudrey is the queen of personalized trinkets. Case in point? This monogrammed nameplate.

Photo: Via TAudrey
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Quirky Jewelry
Locally made Lola James Jewelry has got quirky jewelry on lockdown. Their bracelets and necklaces will always have friends asking, “Where did you get that?” Designers Allyson Papunen and Romi Sarif whip up whimsical wonders like the Thriller necklace pictured here.

Photo: Via Lola James Jewelry
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RDo Women’s Wear BoutiqueMiamian-by-way-of-the-Dominican-Republic Rucht D’ Oleo’s RDo Women’s Wear Boutique is brimming with feminine, festive, and flirty designs. The added bonus? You’ll be the only girl in the room wearing something off-the-beaten-path — amen to that.

RDo Women’s Wear Boutique, 11730 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 101, Miami, 305-892- 4482.

Photo: Via RDo Women’s Wear Boutique
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Steffy Kuncman
Miami fashion blogger Steffy Kuncman not only blogs about her vintage finds but she sells it off her back, too, on her online shop. The savvy shopper does all the sifting for those of you who lack that special and patient thrifter eye.

Photo: Courtesy of Make Up For Ever
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The Design District
Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Marni, Céline, Dior Homme, Hermès, Prada, Tomas Maier — oh my! The Design District is gearing up to be Miami’s premiere shopping destination thanks to an eclectic lineup of luxury shops.

Photo: Via Bridge House Events
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Utique Shop
For a gander at the coolest vending machine on the planet, one need only go to the Utique Shop at Aventura Mall. Replete with Butter London polishes, Dogeared jewelry, Beats by Dre, and Whisky Stones, this vending machine won’t add inches to your waistline.
Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura.

Photo: Via Utique Shop
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It’s no secret Miami is engaged in an ongoing torrid love affair with Versace. In fact, NBA baller Dwyane Wade recently hosted a Versace dinner at Hyde Lounge for Saks Fifth Avenue’s VIP customers. Wade tells us, "I love Versace — I can dress their blazers up or down." Agreed, Champ.

Photo: Via The Villas At Barton G
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The Webster
The outrageously chic emporium that is every label lover’s dream come to fruition. The shop’s CEO and founding partner Laure Heriard Dubreuil’s eye for makes-you-weak-in-the-knees fashion is bar none. And don’t forget to indulge at the store’s latest addition — chef Michelle Bernstein’s Crumb on Parchment restaurant.

The Webster, 1220 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-674-7899.

Photo: Courtesy of The Webster
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For X-rated lacy numbers, look no further than Agent Provocatuer. Sources tell us its whips are in major demand compliments of Mr. Christian Grey.
Agent Provocatuer, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour, 305-865-3909.

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What do you get when you marry Adidas and Tokyo designer Yohji Yamamoto? Fresh-to-death sportswear called Y-3, that’s what. The added bonus? This door boasts bespoke items specifically for the Magic City such as swimwear.

Y-3, 1115 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-538-9302.

Photo: Via Y-3
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After primping, shopping, styling, and working in sky-high heels, every fashion girl needs a little Zen. Mentally check out at The Standard Spa Miami Beach. The hamam will have you blissed out faster than you can say, “Louboutin.”

The Standard Spa Miami Beach, 40 Island Avenue, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717.

Photo: Via The Standard Spa Miami Beach