The brand stayed a step ahead of COVID-19, pursuing an ambitious store opening strategy in a difficult year, and there’s more to come.
The masks, produced in collaboration with Karolina Kurkova x Billie Blooms Masks for All, will benefit the Martin Luther King Economic Development Fund.
The New York-based artist revamped the brand’s Miami store in the Design District and created a limited-edition Peekaboo bag.
But the mall owner said the company will ultimately benefit from a leaner portfolio post-pandemic.
As the area’s stores reopen, Off-White, Alexander McQueen, Stone Island and Ovation restaurant are on track to bow in July.
The location is the designer’s third largest globally.
The partnership coincides with the 10th anniversary of the Peekaboo bag, which Silvia Venturini Fendi and five other designers and artists revisited, and also includes a project called “The Shape of Water,” to be presented at Design Miami.
The yearlong pop-up includes a skateboard ramp.
The alpha-sized collection targets sophisticated women of all shapes and ages.
The Milanese pastry shop controlled by Prada Group unveiled an open-air location in the Design District.
Jonathan Anderson flew in to kick off Art Basel Miami Beach with Loewe’s “Chance Encounters III” opening.