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Stone Island Opens New Store in Miami Design District



Stone Island opens a store in Miami, thus expanding its presence in the North American market: it is the fourth store after New York, Los Angeles and Toronto.


Located in the Miami Design District, the space covers an area of over 3.000 square feet (280 sqm) on two levels, hosting the Stone Island and Shadow Project collections.


The interior design follows the concept used for Stone Island flagship stores - created by Marc Buhre,industrial designer from Heidelberg (Germany) and founder of Zeichenweg TM architectural firm. Each element of the system has been created to work together in a highly functional design.


The bush-hammered stone flooring is also used on the walls, interspersed with parts in through-colour MDF and metallic mesh on a steel substructure.


Furnishings are in black-stained natural oak, hangers are composed of carbon bars and anodized aluminium and shelves are in shades of anthracite.


STONE ISLAND MIAMI

123 NE 41st Street # 107/207

Miami Design District

Miami FL 33137



With Miami and following the recent opening in Beijing, the Italian brand led by Carlo Rivetti - Creative Director and Chairman- counts now 28 flagship stores, 21 Stores in Mall and 45 Hard Corners in the following locations:


  • AMERICA: New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Toronto

  • ITALY: Milan, Milan Junior, Rome, Florence, Venice, Turin, Verona, Forte dei Marmi, Riccione

  • EUROPE: Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Sylt, Paris, Cannes, London, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Stockholm

  • ASIA: Tokyo, Seoul, Daegu, Beijing, Hong Kong


More on Stone Island


Experimentation, function and use are the matrixes that have always defined Stone Island: since inception in 1982, the Italian brand has become a symbol of research and treatments in fibres and textiles applied to innovative design.


The constant, scrutinising and boundless investigation into the transformation and enhancement of fibres and fabrics brings discoveries of new materials and production techniques that have never been used in the clothing industry before.


Stone Island’s strength lies in its unique capacity to work on the finished garment, via continuous experimentation with dyes and treatments created in its colour laboratory. A department capable of combining advanced technology, experience and human capacity that has developed more than 60,000 different dye recipes over the years.


By ML Staff. Images courtesy of Stone Island