Gucci Opens Its Doors in the Miami Design District

Gucci Opens Its Doors in the Miami Design District

The Italian fashion house arrives just in time for Art Basel.

The Italian fashion house arrives just in time for Art Basel.

Text: Danielle Combs

As it stands, Gucci is a fashion force to be reckoned with. And over the course of several months, the Italian fashion house has celebrated their décor line at Maxfield, started a holiday gift giving initiative, and is now opening a storefront in the Miami Design District just in time for Art Basel. The imaginative design concept, conceived by creative director Alessandro Michele, features a two-floor boutique decorated with velvet armchairs, pale pink velvet dressing rooms, textured rugs and even showcases a custom mural by Coco Capitán on the face of the store.

The expansive boutique is a whopping 4,700 square feet of selling space that features the complete collection of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, shoes, jewelry, handbags and accessories for the FW2017, Cruise 2018, and Gucci Décor collections. As a whole, the boutique combines unexpected materials together for an entirely new approach to shopping. As a result of Michele’s undeniable creativity, the Miami boutique is one that is sure to entice and feel personal to Gucci’s devoted shoppers.

Click through the slideshow to see the mesmerizing store and stop by at 139 NE 41st Street in Miami.

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