Miami, shopping paradise on earth for shopaholics

As we approach the Shop Miami Month ( 1 to March 31, 2014 ) , shopping centers and shops become the paradise for shopaholics . Hundreds of high fashion boutiques, and designer outlet stores found in France offer unprecedented deals . Each year, the city attracts many international buyers. In 2012, the French spent $ 411 per day per person ( 2.7 %).

outdoor shops
Facing the PortMiami after a shopping time at Bayside Marketplace , buyers can embark on a cruise or visit the houses on the island celebrities. Just a few steps from Biscayne Bay, CocoWalk littering the artistic streets of Coconut Grove. The 74,322 m² Dream Village of Merrick Park hosts the famous Elemis Day Spa and more than 100 shops boutiques and restaurants in Coral Gables. The Falls is one of the largest open-air markets of the United States dotted with lagoons , wooden walkways and lush tropical vegetation.

malls
Consisting of 240 stores , Dolphin Mall is the largest mall in Miami with 3 zones reflecting the multicultural heritage of Miami. Aventura Mall in second position was elected in 2011, the most visited in the United States with 28 million visitors by the magazine Travel + Leisure Mall. More traditional , Dadeland Mall is a landmark destination for avid shoppers with 185 new stores. Among the oldest , Bal Harbour Shops open since 1965 houses exclusive haute couture boutiques with a collection that would be difficult to find outside of Paris , Milan or New York.

shopping streets
South Beach meets the most famous shopping streets of Miami . Stores in the pedestrian area of ​​Lincoln Road dubbed the ” Fifth Avenue of the South ” incite a ride safely while Española Way brings together leading brands , art galleries and restaurants in the middle of a historic Spanish town . Popular streets like Washington Avenue gather stores that centerpieces ready- to-wear . Miami regorges cosmopolitan boutiques especially Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive known as the capital connected with their mode sessions every corner .

French Touch
On Collins Avenue , The Webster is the ultra luxurious boutique multi . An area of ​​1,858 m² is allocated in an Art Deco building designed in 1939 by architect Henry Hohauser in Miami Beach. In a vintage spirit, Lilibon boutique in Miami Beach draws pin- ups of the 1940s for the creation of its swimwear sensual and original design.

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