Miami Shopping

Beyond its fun-in-the-sun offerings, Miami has evolved into a world-class shopping destination. People fly to Miami from all over the world just to shop. The city teems with sophisticated malls—from multistory, indoor climate-controlled temples of consumerism to sun-kissed, open-air retail enclaves—and bustling avenues and streets, lined at once with affordable chain stores, haute couture boutiques,

and one-off, "only in Miami"–type shops.

Miami’s shopping centers are record breakers. Several chain stores in the massive Aventura Mall bank as the best-selling outposts in the country, while Bal Harbour Shops flaunt the most lucrative square footage of any shopping arena in the country, with its sales reaching up to $2,555 per square foot.

Following the incredible success of the Bal Harbour Shops in the highest of the high-end market (Chanel, Alexander McQueen, ETRO), the Design District has followed suit. Beyond fabulous designer furniture showrooms, the district’s tenants now include Hermès, Dior Homme, Rolex, and Prada.

If you're from a region ripe with the climate-controlled slickness of shopping malls and food-court "meals," you'll love the choices in Miami. Head out into the sunshine and shop the city streets, where you'll find big-name retailers and local boutiques alike. Take a break at a sidewalk café to power up on some Cuban coffee or fresh-squeezed OJ and enjoy the tropical breezes.

Beyond clothiers and big-name retailers, Greater Miami has all manner of merchandise to tempt even the casual browser. For consumers on a mission to find certain items—art deco antiques or cigars, for instance—the city streets burst with a rewarding collection of specialty shops.

Stroll through Spanish-speaking neighborhoods where shops sell clothing, cigars, and other goods from all over Latin America or even head to Little Haiti for rare vinyl records.

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Sweat Records

  • Music Stores

Though Little Haiti's shopping "scene" is mostly botanicas and voodoo supply shops, one of its most popular residents is Sweat Records,...

The Bazaar Project

  • Household Items/Furniture

Those looking for the rare and special need look no further than this boutique, curated by owner and Turkey-native Yeliz Titiz via her...

The Griffin

  • Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

This small boutique packs a big punch with the most coveted shoe styles, from Aquazarra to Chloe to Valentino and Loeffler Randall. Walk...

The Webster Bal Harbour

  • Clothing

Though smaller than its sister store in South Beach, The Webster Bal Harbour is still sizable with 2,600 square feet to house high-level...

The Webster Miami

  • Clothing

Occupying an entire circa-1939 art deco building, The Webster is a tri-level, 20,000-square-foot, one-stop shop for fashionistas. This...


  • Clothing

A longtime fashion resident of Coconut Grove (circa 1989), Unika takes shoppers from day to night, and all affairs in between, with a...

Village of Merrick Park

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

At this open-air Mediterranean-style, tri-level, shopping-and-dining venue, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom anchor 115 specialty shops. Outposts...


  • Jewelry/Accessories

Though high rents in Miami's Design District have translated to more big-name tenants like Fendi and Giorgio Armani, a number of more...

Worth Galleries

  • Antiques/Collectibles

You'll find an enormous selection of fine European antiques as well as large and eclectic items—railroad crossing signs, statues, English...

frankie. miami

  • Clothing

Expect high style at moderate prices at this boutique. The studio-like ambience matches the highly edited collection of fashionista favorites...


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