Isabel Marant has opened a new store in Miami at Miami Design District, bringing the total number of stores of the French brand, globally, to 25.
The Miami store, located at 175 N.E. 40th Street, stands at 1,500 square feet on the ground floor of the Garden Lounge Building in the city’s Design District.
French architect Laurent Deroo designed the store interior and drew inspiration from the minimal and modernist 1950s and 1960s French brutalist movement. A modern chandelier hangs from a textile-on-cork ceiling above wool sofas, thin racks displaying the label’s main line, Etoile and accessories collections, and white wooden suspended partitions.
Marant tapped French sculptor and frequent collaborator Arnold Goron to create an installation in store that celebrates the arrival of spring.
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