Plan a shopping staycation when two cult favorites make the move to NYC.
You’ll need a new reason to visit Miami this year, as The Webster, Florida’s fashion gem, finally has a home in New York City (29 Greene St.; thewebster.us). Opening in October, the store will occupy six floors of a landmarked 1878 Soho building, where VIP clients will be able to take advantage of a private penthouse and terrace with city views. Hit up the cutting-edge boutique for the top-tier labels—chanel, Dior, Raf Simons, The Row, and Vetements among them—and on-point curation that have made Laure Hériard Dubreuil’s shop a national destination. For all your beauty needs, head to the fifth floor, the entirety of which will be devoted to a full-service salon overseen by French hairstylist David Mallett.
And you can cross Los Angeles off your list as well. Devotees of the cult denim brand Frame will be delighted to learn that the LA favorite has chosen Soho (51 Greene St.; framestore.com) for its second store. The timing couldn’t be better: While its unbeatable jean silhouette remains a staple, the nearly five-year-old line’s fall collection includes many non-denim treasures. Look for a leather trench coat, an impeccable velvet blazer, and ruffled blouses, all perfect for pairing with your skinnies.
THE WEBSTER’S TOP-TIER LABELS AND ON-POINT CURATION HAVE MADE IT A NATIONAL DESTINATION.
Smocked feminine blouse in off- white and velvet D- ring wrap skirt in noir, from Frame’s Fall/ Winter collection.
ABOVE: Miami’s cutting- edge fashion destination The Webster is opening an outpost in Soho. LEFT: The Webster’s Laure Hériard Dubreuil.