On June 1st, the 20,000 square-foot Webster building in South Beach opened its doors as a super chic emporium after an extraordinary makeover consisting of gutting and reducing the building from four stories to three. The three-story Art Deco building is now a shopping haven for men’s and women’s clothing, vintage watches, fine jewelry, art pieces, a rooftop hang out area, a lounge area and the first U.S. location for the famous Paris restaurant Caviar Kaspia. The new designer boutique promises to lure more international chic shoppers to Miami. The Webster Boutique is set apart with details such as the eccentric wall art by French artist Christophe Brunnquell and huge handmade wood tables by BDDW. The restaurant boasts a 1930s style and there are huge representations made of original 1950s wallpaper and photograph collections. An Art Deco building was undoubtedly the best new home for the boutique.
The Webster Boutique is backed and fueled by people with unbelievable backgrounds in fashion. The warm and welcoming boutique will offer names such as Prada, Miu Miu, Martin Margiela, Balenciaga, Pierre Hardy, Lanvin and Azzedine Alaïa. There is one floor that is entirely dedicated to jewelry and watches including pieces from designers like Pamela Love, Ilias Lalaounis, Genevieve Jones, Aurelie Bidermann, House of Waris and Solange Azagury-Partiridge. Guests are encouraged to feel comfortable here and stay and enjoy the building, rooftop terrace and restaurant. It is a very luxurious environment in which you can hang out. The Webster Boutique is just steps from so many of South Beach’s famous restaurants, hang outs and South Beach vacation rentals.