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Adriana Degreas Opens Bev Hills Inspired Swim Boutique in South Miami

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Adriana Degreas is like the sophisticated Alice and Olivia of Brazil. The brand is playful and kitschy without being ostentatious, known best for its bold, artistic prints (and we mean this quite literally), interesting swimwear cutouts, and sexily sophisticated resortwear.

To give you an idea, her SS16 collection features The Great Wave Off Kanagawa on bathing suits, coverups and rompers, Hawaiian florals on silky button-downs and kimonos, and oversized camel colored polka dots on caftans, scarves, and more. But we're not just telling you about the brand for fun. We're telling you because you can now shop the entire collection inside Adriana Degreas' new Miami store.

Degreas, the designer behind her eponymous line, chose to open her first ever U.S. shop on Sunset Drive, one of Miami's most boutique heavy streets. It's dripping in Beverly Hills glamour with the iconic Martinique wallpaper made famous by the Beverly Hilton, lush pink velvet seating, and golden racks displaying all the resortwear you'd need for a trip to St. Tropez.

Besides finding incredibly chic swim and resortwear in the store, you'll also find accessories from Adriana Degreas' collaboration with Havaianas, Filu hats, handmade straw bags from Marrakech, and glasses by Anna Karin Karlsson.