100 // STYLE SPRINGS ETER­NAL

Ocean Drive - - Contents March 2017 - BY LISA FERRANDINO

Fash­ion flour­ishes in the Magic City with new spots for scents, swim­suits, sun­nies, and more.

FASH­ION FLOUR­ISHES IN THE MAGIC CITY THIS SEA­SON WITH NEW SPOTS FOR SCENTS, SWIM­SUITS, SUN­NIES, AND MORE. SPRING AHEAD!

HOME­COM­ING QUEEN

It’s no se­cret that red-hot looks of­ten come at high prices. Luck­ily South Flor­ida na­tive Alli Webb is here to change that. The founder of blow-out sen­sa­tion Dry­bar—which charges only $40 for one of the chicest blow-outs around—fi­nally brought her cre­ation to South Beach. “It’s a home­com­ing for me in ev­ery sense of the word,” says Webb, who once owned a Ni­cole Miller bou­tique on Collins Av­enue. Her new­est lo­ca­tion is quin­tes­sen­tial Dry­bar, with 10 styling chairs, the tra­di­tional menu of op­tions, and new prod­ucts for your best hair day yet, like Dou­ble Stan­dard—a one-and-done cleans­ing and con­di­tion­ing foam—and Whiskey Fit, a styling paste for creat­ing the sleek­est hair­dos this side of South Beach. 1600 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305-704-6036; dry­bar.com

SOME­THING BOR­ROWED

Chanel, Vuit­ton, Cé­line, oh my! What Goes Around Comes Around just touched down in Mi­ami Beach, bring­ing shop­pers a taste of vin­tage finds from founders Seth Weisser and Ger­ard Maione, who have been sell­ing luxe sec­ond­hand de­signer cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories for over two decades. “We have some great pieces for spring,” says Weisser of the New York bou­tique’s lat­est out­post, “from a vin­tage Chanel bag col­lec­tion in spring tones like pinks and yel­lows to some amaz­ing ap­parel for both day and night.” Look for more über-chic items from de­sign­ers like Gucci, Mis­soni, and Rolex— and even a Chanel surf­board. Surf’s up! 1800 Bay Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305-271-6200; what­goe­saround­nyc.com

EYE TO EYE

To kick off the spring sea­son, Ital­ian brand Max Mara launched its sec­ond it­er­a­tion of Prism in Mo­tion, cel­e­brat­ing the many facets of the con­tem­po­rary woman with a col­lab­o­ra­tion with artist Shantell Martin. Fea­tur­ing Martin’s art­work of black pen on can­vas—sym­bolic of a cir­cle in mo­tion—the 1,000 lim­ited-edi­tion sun­glasses use Optyl tech­nol­ogy that al­lows pa­per frag­ments to be in­serted into the frames to re­pro­duce Martin’s draw­ings. “Peo­ple will be able to wear my work,” she says. “I get to see it trans­lated in a com­pletely new way.” Mi­ami De­sign Dis­trict, 109 NE 39th St., 305-770-6200; us.maxmara.com

BRING­ING SEXY BACK

The ul­ti­mate denim brand is cel­e­brat­ing its 35th an­niver­sary in a big way, by bring­ing back the looks that took cen­ter stage decades ago. En­ter the Guess Orig­i­nals 1981 an­niver­sary cap­sule col­lec­tion; it’s the per­fect combo of mod­ern meets vin­tage with logo-cen­tric pieces. Stand­outs in­clude stonewashed denim, high-waisted jeans, over­size cham­bray shirts, and body-con­scious cropped tops and sweat­shirts for women, and a vin­tage-cool ap­pliqué var­sity denim jacket for ’90s-lov­ing Mi­ami guys. 546 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305-695-8883; guess.com

THAT LATIN FLAIR

Os­car de la Renta’s clas­sic fem­i­nine styles just re­ceived a con­tem­po­rary up­grade for beach lovers, thanks to a col­lab­o­ra­tion with Flag­pole. The swim col­lec­tion con­sists of six el­e­gant, fash­ion­for­ward looks, from a color-block one-piece to a ruf­fled off-the-shoul­der bikini with high-waisted shorts. With prices rang­ing from $450 to $500, each suit is an in­vest­ment piece worth wear­ing sea­son af­ter sea­son. Bal Har­bour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-868-7986; os­carde­larenta.com; flag­pole.com

TASTE THE RAIN­BOW

Call­ing all color lovers: Ken­dra Scott’s new­est bou­tique is of­fer­ing her cov­eted rain­bow baubles— which, this sea­son, fea­ture a global twist with in­tri­cate sil­hou­ettes and am­ber stones—along with a spe­cial in­ter­ac­tive ex­pe­ri­ence for shop­pers. At the in-store Ken­dra Scott Color Bar, cus­tomers cre­ate and cus­tom­ize their own jew­elry with a va­ri­ety of gem­stones and sil­hou­ettes. The best part? You can pur­chase and wear the pieces right out of the store. Brick­ell City Cen­tre, 701 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 786-574-4757; kendras­cott.com

100 YEARS IN THE MAK­ING

Lux­ury fra­grance com­pany Ac­qua di Parma is cel­e­brat­ing its cen­ten­nial in true Mi­ami fash­ion, open­ing its first state­side bou­tique right in the heart of Brick­ell City Cen­tre. The new store’s high-end fra­grances aren’t just beau­ti­fully pack­aged with the brand’s iconic Art Deco bot­tles, but are com­pletely in­spired by the Parma life­style and coun­try­side (the women’s Le No­bili evokes the smells and sights of lush Ital­ian gar­dens). Be­sides men’s and women’s fra­grance col­lec­tions and leather goods, men of the Magic City get to in­dulge at the bou­tique’s Bar­ber Shop, a to­tal shav­ing ex­pe­ri­ence much like that of a clas­sic Ital­ian bar­ber­shop, with a full shave and prod­ucts from the Collezione Bar­biere col­lec­tion. Brick­ell City Cen­tre, 701 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 786-220-8840; ac­quadi­parma.com

A glimpse into 'ry­bar’s first Mi­ami lo­ca­tion. RIGHT: that does Around Comes Around of­fers cu­rated col­lec­tions from the

iggest de­signer names. BE­LOW: Max Mara lim­ited-edi­tion Prism in Mo­tion sun­glasses in colla ora­tion with Shantell Martin ($300).

ƜLOƜƤWIƬE ƟROƦ TOƩ LEƟT: 7his sea­son is all about the best of col­labs cas­sules and os­en­injs: 'iana tos ($300) and bot­tom ($ 00) Os­car de la Renta x Flag­pole *uess’s 2ri­ji­nals cas­sule col­lec­tion fea­tures us­dated clas­sics line the rin­jer tee ($ ) a loon at .en­dra Scott’s nezest out­sost si­j­na­ture &olo­nia lim­ited-edi­tion fra­jrance Ac­qua di Parma ($ 0).

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