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Moda Operandi, the luxury site that lets you pre-order looks straight off the runway, is considering Miami as a location for one of their next brick and mortars. The company opened its first showroom space in London in September, and if you ask us, it's slightly influenced by Art Deco, which is our city's specialty. WWD reported that Hong Kong is next, with New York following.
So let's play a guessing game. Could they stick with tradition and head towards Bal Harbour Shops when the mall expands? Could they set up shop in the Design District, amongst many of the stores from which they source their goods? Or could they be trailblazing the luxury market in Brickell once Brickell City Centre opens? Place your guesses (or wishes!) in the comments below.