Tod’s this week opened a new store at 139 NE 39th Street in Miami at the Miami Design District. The store marks as the second Tod’s store to open in Florida joining Tod’s Bal Harbour.
New York-based architectural firm Bonetti & Kozerski designed the 2,400-square-foot store with luxurious materials such as concrete floors and 15-foot “Vacchetta” leather walls. The store also features a grey marble and mirror runway, dark wood floating shelves, steel accented sofas, and moveable interior folding walls that double as a 60-foot projection screen.
The Miami Design District store carries the Italian company’s men’s and women’s ready-to-wear and accessories collections, and limited edition styles that commemorate the store opening.
Tod’s operates 14 stores in the US in Atlanta; Bal Harbour and Miami in Florida; Bellevue, WA; Beverly Hills and Costa Mesa in California; Chicago; Dallas and Houston, TX; Las Vegas; New York City and three stores in Hawaii in Waikiki and at Ala Moana and Honolulu Airport in Hawaii.
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