Featuring a collection of stand-alone shops and multi-brand spaces, Faena Bazaar across from Faena Hotel Miami Beach invites shoppers to enjoy a unique journey and revelation. Stand-alone shop offerings include luxury eyewear by Linda Farrow; curated shoes made in Elba, Spain, by Pedro García; C. Bonze, where visitors will discover white linen jackets, totes and custom embroidery; LOVE Binetti, a signature free-spirited store by Diego Binetti; Adriana Iglesias, offering an assemblage of the designer’s unique, brightly colored creations; and Hartel, which features a curated selection of menswear as well as a small bodega as a point of interest, complete with Goyard wrapped lighters, vintage magazines and other curiosities. In the multi-brand experience, shoppers will discover dresses from Australian designer Roopa, whose pieces are ethically and sustainably designed in an atelier in Bangalore, India. Across the shop, there are statement coats and kimonos from the Latin American fashion house Maison Alma and The Elder Statesman. The Los Angeles-based luxury lifestyle brand has created a capsule of exclusive pieces that will bring LA cool to Miami. Additional discoveries will include one-of-a-kind silk kaftans from Berlin-based designer Rianna + Nina, pieces from Adriana Iglesias, ADEAM, jewelry from Colombian designer Mercedes Salazar, Brock Collection, Delpozo Footwear and acclaimed La Double J, among many others; Faena.com.
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