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Miami, Retail

As the world’s leading designers prep for fashion week, Jeffrey Lasota from Curio at Faena Bazaar speaks to Miami’s hottest trends from minimalist and denim to mesh and beyond.


We are really feeling the luxe minimal trend done in a sexy way,” said Lasota. “Look to brands like Nanushka, Eterne, Loulou Studio, Zeynap Arcay, Rosetta Getty, and of course, the Rosie Huntington collaboration with GIABORGHINI shoes.” Everyday basics, luxe cashmeres, and denim are being added to the Curio assortment.

Fall favorites include a cozy cashmere sweater from Barrie (owned by Chanel), Le Kasha, and Frenckenberger. For novelty denim styles, check out new label ASKK NY and their cut-off waistband jeans. Mesh done in very dressed-up ways is also a big trend Lasota is seeing. “We recommend mesh tops and dresses from Just Bee Queen. Pair them with a boyfriend blazer from one of our brands like In the Mood For Love or The Sei and it’s perfect for a night out.”

Come September, the Latin Billboards will be held in Miami. Shop Curio’s showstopping looks for all the pre-and post-event soirées. Browse a strong selection of women’s Dolce & Gabbana, sophisticated but sexy tops and bustier, as well as ruched bodycon dresses. There’s also a staple collection of happy prints and popping colors from Alemais, Carolina K, and Chufy. This is Miami after all!

The gentlemen are not at a loss. The men’s boutique is doubling its current footprint. “We are layering in new brands and expanding our assortment with a wide variety of transitional and fall clothing, as well as new resort wear you can take from a boardroom or city street to a Miami weekend getaway.”

No matter the season, new sunglasses are always a great way to accessorize a look. Fresh styles include flat-top shades, colored acetate, and mirrored wireframes from brands like Celine, Christian Dior, and Ray-Ban. For the ultimate collector’s piece, get your hands on a coveted pair from Jacques Marie Maje.