John Elliott's Miami Design District Flagship is Open for Business

Marking the luxury streetwear designer’s first store opening outside of LA.

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May 2019 marked the very moment that John Elliott opened its first brick-and-mortar location in its hometown of Los Angeles, CA. And given the store’s successful response, the luxury streetwear imprint has opted to further expand upon its retail initiatives by erecting a second flagship in the Miami Design District for Floridian residents and visitors to shop and breathe the essence of the brand IRL.

The sleek and minimal space totals out to a sizable 3,300 square feet, and was designed by Stephan Wiemer. The design language is fairly resemblant of the Villain hoodie-brand’s Melrose location in the sense that it channels a similar West Coast attitude through its modular and utilitarian build out. Each of the men’s and women’s apparel collections are organized and curated in a way that the tones of the pieces work harmoniously together as you sift through each rack. The footwear is given various moments to shine thanks to the iridescent stands and glass shelves which host the brand’s first in-house designs such as the Edition One Runner and Speed Lace Up Boots. High gloss flooring and jade fronds of local plants elevate the space with further elements of California cool.

The John Elliott Miami John Elliott Miami Design District flagship is located at 119 NE 41st Street and is open for business now Monday-Saturday 12pm-8pm EDT and Sundays from 12pm-6pm EDT.

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