Find three innovative Miami retail experiences here, offering an out-of-the-ordinary shopping experience.
Exterior of Showfields on Lincoln Road PHOTO BY BFA/COURTESY OF SHOWFIELDS
A retail experience that feels like an art and design store on steroids, this Lincoln road destination goes beyond the traditional retail experience with curated pop-ups, art installations, a food and beverage bar, a stage and an event space. Local artists Natasha Tomchin, Lauren Shapiro x Magnus Sodamin and Mokibaby (aka Veronica Gessa) have installations throughout the space, and its clean beauty department includes Miami-made brands like No B.S. along with a juice bar, Yes Juice by local influencer Yes Julz. 530 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, showfields.com
Located on the ground floor of the Citadel food hall in Little River, this loftlike space is chock-full of 40 sustainable brands. The space also features a learning center, a recycling program, a bio fabrication station and a clean beauty bar. A full calendar of programming includes clothes-swapping parties, meet the makers and DIY workshops. 8300 NE Second Ave., Miami, thecitadelmiami.com/the-citadel/pivot
A hip purveyor of almost everything, this was the original Miami “lifestyle store” when it originally opened on Lincoln Road. The iconic retailer set up shop in Wynwood in 2017 and still peddles an eclectic mix of designer apparel, books and unisex jewelry (we especially love local brand Miansai). You’ll come here to shop cool gifts for men and women, utility-focused bags and fashion and possibly the best unisex scents on the planet. 2215 NW Second Ave., Miami, baseworld.com