Earlier this month Thom Browne opened its second freestanding American shop in Miami’s popular downtown. The sleek new space features interior designs upcycled from original mid-century American and French designers including Pierre Jeanneret, Dunbar by Edward Wormley, Paul McCobb, Jacques Adnet, and Maison Jansen.
Thom Browne collaborated with architect Flavio Albanese of ASA Studio Albanese on the design of its newly opened store located within the Moore Building of Miami’s innovative Art & Design District. The 3,000 square foot store neighbors some of Miami’s most prominent art galleries, restaurants and luxury retail boutiques.
…i am excited for my store in Miami…the design district feels right and feels special and unique within the city…i felt it was important to be part of the design district because of the importance that the area places on art…and my approach to the design of the store is unique to Miami…my grey tile box…i felt the design district deserved a unique retail experience…
Behind Browne’s signature slat blind covered windows, the grey subway tile-wrapped boutique features a mobile wall installation that can be shifted to visually transform the space.
Outside of the brand’s signature made-to-measure and tailored offerings, the store’s men’s and women’s ready-to-wear assortment is tailored to Miami’s temperate climate focused on natural and breathable fabrics including seersucker, linen, and lightweight wool fresco.
Thom Browne was the first US-based designer¹ to use cool wool-certified textiles- a high tech, lightweight wool fiber made especially for warmer climates.
Woolmark, a champion of natural fiber, collaborated with Thom Browne for two seasons developing the cool wool-certified fabric for his collections.
Thom Browne Miami
191 NE 40th St.
Miami, FL 33137