Find Your Style At These Stunning South Florida Designer Boutiques


From Gucci’s lavish two-story boutique in the Bal Harbour Shops to Ralph Lauren’s contemporary boutique in the Miami Design District to Acne Studios’ futuristic storefront in the Design District, these fashion-forward destinations beckon you to visit.

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2 teal-velvet scallop chairs sit at the bottom of a staircase on a vintage rug in between geometric painted wood floors.

Gucci’s lavish two-story boutique boasts vintage rugs and geometric painted wood floors.

Mannequins wear vibrant dresses along staircase of warm teak wood planks and crisp-white tile flooring.

Mannequins wear vibrant dresses showcasing the latest fashion in this Ralph Lauren boutique.

Gucci Boasts A Lavish Two-Story Boutique

High fashion converges with high design in Bal Harbour Shops at Gucci’s lavish two-story boutique, which boasts a glorious blend of geometric painted wood floors and marble inlays offering three-dimensional effects. Vintage handwoven rugs, plush chairs and rich fabrics are sprinkled throughout for a sumptuous shopping experience.

This Ralph Lauren Boutique Has A Nautical Vibe

Meanwhile, in the Miami Design District, a new Ralph Lauren boutique draws inspiration from contemporary yachts and waterfront residences. Blond mahogany millwork, warm teak wood planks and crisp-white tile flooring set the stage for Ralph Lauren Home furniture.

Acne Studios’ Shopfront Makes A Futuristic Fashion Statement

Also located in Miami’s shopping mecca, Stockholm-based Acne Studios makes a futuristic fashion statement with curvy light fixtures by Benoît Lalloz, organically shaped furniture by designer Max Lamb and a black-granite floating staircase that feels out of this world.