Celine | Miami Meets Modernity

Celine opens its newly renovated brutalist-style flagship store in the heart of the Miami Art District

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In the coveted Miami Art District, Celine welcomes its newly renovated flagship store to the stylish neighborhood. Spanning over 380 sqm, the two-level building was conceptualized and conceived by the brand’s creative director Heidi Slimane. The timeless elegance of the sophisticated space uses the finest natural materials, an intentional juxtaposition of gray travertine, arabescato, grigio carnico and grande antique marbles are perfectly contrasted with warmer materials like oak, brass and antique gold mirrors. The ensemble adds an effortless touch to the modern brutalist context.

With the first floor being dedicated to women's leather goods and fine jewelry, shoppers can find a lounge composed of vintage and specialized designed furniture by Slimane, each piece of furniture is meticulously chosen to add a sculptural aspect to the architectural space. The second floor boasts accent lighting where the Homme collection is displayed, paired seamlessly with the women's ready-to-wear.

Clients can enjoy the collections through the polished glass and stainless steel displays, tied together by the basaltina floor tile grid. The lava stone throughout the flooring sculpts the interior, in continuity with the Celine Art Project; an extensive selection of contemporary art pieces, namely paintings by Simone Fattal, Maia Ruth Lee, and SoiL Thornton. The art works throughout are by Elaine Cameron-Weir, Antonia Kuo, Eli Ping, Davina Semo, Marcelo Silveira, and Lucy Skaer. Celine's flagship store is now open to all.

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