Style Influencers on 13 Stores that Need To Be in Miami Already

Yeliz Titiz, Owner of The Bazaar Project: "ZARA Home must already be in Miami."
Rachael Russell, FORD Fashion Stylist and President of Style Saves:"There's an Australian designer, alice McCALL, whose style I crave. Her aesthetic is a cross between resort chic and garden party. She would do so well here."
Julia Ford-Carther, Assistant Editor of Ocean Drive Magazine: "I used to live in LA and could spend hours weaving my way through the retail maze ofFred Segal. I would love to see that concept (the original, of course) bring its up-and-coming designers-to-watch to the Magic City. "
John Joseph Lin, Founder of Lin Projects and Blogger: "Any of the art cum design and fashion shops such as PK ShopGrey Area or Sight Unseen. I love the edited pieces and selections by Paul Kasmin, Kyle DeWoody, and Monica Khemsurov (respectively). Miami is definitely missing this niche."
Iman Hasan, Fashion and Lifestyle Director at The Workshop Collective:"MATCHESFASHION- my favorite store in London. We need a version of its Ledbury Road store from Nottinghill with luxury and contemporary brands under one roof. They discover most new designers before anybody else!"
Sari Azout, Co-Founder of Bib + Tuck: "The Reformation and OAK NYC!"
Angeles Almuna, Fashion Stylist and Blogger: " A big TOPSHOP Store andAlexander Wang Boutique in Miami Design District."
Jonathan Eyal, Founder of Supply & Advise: "Dean & Deluca."
Ashley Liemer, Founder of Dress Noble: "Paul Smith needs to be in Miami."
· Year in Racked 2014 [Racked Miami]


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