Refresh Your Wardrobe For the New Year at These Five New(ish) Shops

By Luis R. Rigual | December 23, 2019 | Style & Beauty

180917CAMILLA1902FRANCEDK161227copy.jpgCamilla at Aventura Mall is all about elegant bohemian flair.

Bottega Veneta

One of last year’s most anticipated openings, the new Bottega Veneta in the Design District does not disappoint. The store was designed by the brand’s own creative director, Daniel Lee, and features a mix of art deco and Italian classicism. All categories for men and women are represented in the inventory, including highlights from the pre-spring 2020 collection, including the very coveted Sponge pouch. 135 NE 41st St., Miami, 786.792.3190


Bohemian chic is the agenda at this Australian shop, one of the newest stores at Aventura Mall. Gypsy travels and European sojourns inform the garments of founder Camilla Franks. Look for standouts such as maxi dresses with crystal necklines. The store’s caravan-like decor is sure to lure in passersby. 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 786.220.8860

Men’s Sneaker Salon at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour Shops

Alexander McQueen, Gucci, Saint Laurent, Christian Dior, Off-White, Versace, Prada and Burberry are just some of the brands represented at this new spot at Neiman’s in BHS, which is separate from the men’s regular shoe department. As designer sneakers for men continue to up the ante, we can’t wait to see what the inventory looks like come spring. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.865.6161


Spring vacations will be here before you know it, and the new Tumi shop at Brickell City Centre has travelers covered. The sleek store with touch screens and other bells and whistles features separate sections for men and women, as well as highlights such as suitcases, laptop cases and accessories from the Alpha 3 line. 701 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 786.275.5220

Warby Parker

Sunglasses are a must in Miami, and WP’s store at the Design District’s Museum Garage is a must-stop when it comes to cool shades, thanks to a playful design aesthetic that includes everything from a figurative art installation to geometric furniture. The full Warby Parker inventory of optical frames and sunglasses is not bad either. You might even snatch some from the Percey collection that was released for the holidays. 4052 NE First Ave., Miami, 305.964.8522

Photography by: courtesy of Camilla