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Expect all things shiny at Alchemist's Design District store. The architecture award-wining brand was featured in the New York Times today in anticipation of their soon-to-open jewelry boutique in neighborhood's Palm Court. It was revealed that the store will be carrying Alchemist's private label of jewelry, which is slated to expand to include beauty and apparel soon. For now, though, we know it includes "a cross-body chain attached to a choker on one end and a jewel-encrusted cigarette case on the other."
Also in the store you'll find fine jewelry from hard-to-find brands like Abraxas Rex, Stephen Webster, Garrard and more. The space itself is going to be grand (would you expect anything less from a store that's located on the fifth floor of a Herzog & de Meuron parking garage?), and will contain "a rose-gold facade with a wraparound glass wall and marble interior," Times reports. It's one store opening the fashion crowd is most definitely anticipating.
· In Miami, a New Outpost for Fashion-Forward Fine Jewelry [NYT]
· The Design District's Palm Court is a Jewelry Lover's Paradise [Racked Miami]
· Mapped! Miami's 38 Best Independent Boutiques, Fall 2014 [Racked Miami]