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If ever there was a trailblazing boutique, it would be The Webster Miami. Scratch that. The Webster is THE trailblazing boutique in Miami. They've gone from carrying only the best of the best in up-and-coming and established luxury brands, to dishing out sandwiches and cocktails at their bar and café as well. Now, the sweeping Collins Avenue powerhouse is adopting a third addition to their long list of offerings: a pastry shop.
The boutique has opened its doors to Hugo & Victor, a Parisian pastry and coffee shop started by Michelin Star-rated chefs Hugues Pouget and Sylvain Blanc. The pair has chosen The Webster as their first U.S. location, and has even granted the boutique its own special edition chocolate box. It's shaped like the most deliciously glamorous notebook you'll ever own, with a glistening outline of Miami's most adored boutique on the cover and citrus caramel-filled chocolate spheres on the inside. At $32 it makes the perfect gift, if you can manage not to keep it for yourself.
· The Webster's New Pastry Shop: Hugo & Victor [Eater Miami]
· Hugo & Victor [Official Site]