At Miami Design District’s Gallery Walk, all points lead to The District Factory, where in July everything indie is celebrated. Meet, greet, and shop 30 independent, emerging, designers and artists who keep Miami on the forefront of art and fashion.
Welcomed and entertained by partners Société Perrier, MIAMI Magazine, O Cinema, and Scratch DJ Academy, guests will also have the opportunity to shop locally inspired and designed items that include art, jewelry, apparel, reconstructed vintage, and so much more.
Art explorers can expect to encounter the works of Juan Carlos Arana, who takes his characters out of their environment and surrounds them in a world full of imagination and full of endless possibilities.
In addition, Phuc Yea!, pronounced [fook – yey’], Miami’s first “pop-up” restaurant, best known for their modern interpretation of traditional Vietnamese cuisine, will once more feature some of their classics including Mamma T’s Cha Gio (Spring Rolls) with Nuoc Cham, Gangsta Banh Mi with traditional fixins, pickled veg and cracklins, as well as Good for your Belly Papaya Salad. All Phuc Yea! (PY) snacks will be priced at $6 each. PY will also be pouring thirst quenching punch tumblers – House of Monkeys Mango Punch and Cucumber Sake Cooler ($10). Additionally, sister restaurant, The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions, will also be setting up shop featuring a beer garden pouring exclusively craft beers and sodas.
THE DISTRICT FACTORY, located at 3900 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33137, opens to the public from 7PM to 10PM. To shop THE DISTRICT FACTORY or to be featured as a designer, learn more by visiting www.districtfactory.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.