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MIAMI CITY GUIDE

Miami, widely recognized for its lively nightlife and picturesque coastlines, is increasingly establishing itself as an up-and-coming fashion hub, competing with major cities like New York City and Los Angeles.

With its diverse culture, breathtaking scenery, and thriving arts community, Miami presents a unique fusion of originality and advancement that has enticed fashion creators, influencers, and enthusiasts.

The city’s lively vibe and diverse cultural influences provide an excellent setting for fashion innovation and expression, making it a popular destination for emerging talent and established labels.

From high-end stores to innovative fashion showcases, Miami has evolved into a thriving center where fashion intersects with culture, positioning it at the forefront of the international fashion stage.

The Miami Design District

The Design District stands as Miami’s premier hub for arts, design, and fashion, featuring over 170 art galleries, creative showrooms, luxury fashion houses, and more.

In the heart of this dynamic community, Istituto Marangoni Miami, located in a 21,900-square-foot building, brings its unique fashion essence to emerging talents eager to express creativity while mastering key industry skills.

As a part of the Miami Design District, we contribute to the vibrant cultural landscape, offering a space where creativity meets professional development.

Highlights:

  • Cote Miami
  • Dior Cafe Miami
  • Palm Court
  • Paradise Plaza
  • Museum Garage
Neighboring Miami Areas

Miami boasts a wide range of neighborhoods reflecting a rich culture and lifestyle. Wynwood’s vibrant street art and creative vibes, Coral Gables’ Mediterranean allure, Brickell’s financial prominence, South Beach’s iconic Art Deco architecture and lively nightlife, Little Havana’s Cuban heritage, and Key Biscayne’s tranquil coastal beauty together shape Miami’s diverse and dynamic multicultural identity.

We encourage our students to venture out and explore Miami’s diverse neighborhoods, whether seeking inspiration from the vibrant street art or simply unwinding on the sandy shores, embracing the city’s rich culture and endless possibilities for relaxation and inspiration.

Wynwood

Wynwood Walls is a renowned outdoor art installation in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami, Florida.

It’s a dynamic and ever-evolving exhibition space showcasing vibrant street art and murals created by local and international artists.

The walls serve as a canvas for artistic expression, and visitors can explore the area to admire the diverse range of colorful and thought-provoking artworks.

Highlights:

  • Museum of Graffiti
  • Mana Wynwood Convention Center
  • 1-800-Lucky
  • KYU
Brickell

Brickell is a vibrant urban neighborhood in the heart of Miami, Florida. It’s known for its impressive skyline, upscale condominiums, and bustling financial district.

It offers a mix of luxury living, fine dining, cultural attractions, and proximity to the beautiful waters of Biscayne Bay. Brickell is a popular destination for young professionals and those seeking a dynamic city lifestyle in Miami.

Highlights:

  • Brickell City Centre
  • The Shops at Mary Brickell Village
  • Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
  • Casa Tua
  • Gekko
South Beach

Known for its beautiful sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, and Art Deco architecture, South Beach is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

It offers a unique blend of culture, entertainment, and relaxation. Visitors can explore Ocean Drive with its colorful buildings and neon signs, sunbathe along the beach, and dine at world-class restaurants.

Highlights:

  • South Pointe Park Pier
  • The Bass
  • Art Deco Historic District
  • Lincoln Road Mall
  • LIV at Fontainebleau
Little Havana

Visit Little Havana to experience the rich Cuban culture of Miami. Enjoy authentic Cuban cuisine, live music, and the lively atmosphere of Calle Ocho. Calle Ocho, or Eighth Street, is the heart of Little Havana.

It has colorful buildings, street vendors selling cigars and coffee, and lively music playing from open windows. The street comes alive with the sounds of salsa music and the aroma of Cuban coffee.

Highlights:

  • Domino Park
  • Tower Theater
  • Versailles Restaurant
  • Azucar Ice Cream Company
Coral Gables

Coral Gables is famous for its Mediterranean-style architecture, upscale amenities, attractions such as Miracle Mile for shopping and dining, the Coral Gables Museum, and the scenic Venetian Pool.

With tree-lined streets and historic landmarks, it offers a charming escape from the hustle and bustle of Miami. House-watching is everyone’s favorite thing to do at the Gables.

Highlights:

  • Venetian Pool
  • Biltmore Hotel
  • Miracle Mile
  • Shops at Merrick Park
  • Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne is a tranquil barrier island just south of Miami Beach. It is known for its pristine beaches, outdoor activities, and attractions like the historic Cape Florida Lighthouse and Miami Seaquarium.

Visitors can also enjoy breathtaking views of the Miami skyline and explore the lush landscapes of Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. The area sometimes gives off an island vibe to contrast with the hectic city.

Highlights:

  • Crandon Park
  • Cape Florida Lighthouse
  • Virginia Key Beach Park
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne
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