Miami

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The shopping scene in Miami includes an ever-burgeoning collection of upscale boutiques and brand-name vendors, five mega malls, Latin American specialty stores, and opportunities galore for art collectors.

Shopping in Miami

Aventura Mall

Macy's, along with five other department stores, anchor more than 300 retailers from midrange to exclusive in South Florida’s largest mainstream shopping complex.

19501 Biscayne Blvd., FL, 305-935-1110, www.aventuramall.com
Tags: shopping | moderate | shopping mall | designer

Bal Harbour Shops

With 500,000 square feet harboring two stories worth of chichi retailers and several fine-dining restaurants, this is the gold standard for Platinum-Card consumerism.

9700 Collins Ave., FL, 305-866-0311, www.balharbourshops.com
Tags: shopping | expensive | things to do | eclectic

Bayside Marketplace

Here, you’ll find lots of cute – and yes, plenty of upscale – shops, eateries, and entertainment/amusements. You can even take a cruise out on Biscayne Bay.

401 Biscayne Blvd., FL, 305-577-3344, www.baysidemarketplace.com
Tags: shopping | eclectic

South Florida Art Center

Not only can you buy the wares of local artists here, you can also watch them at work in their ateliers.

924 Lincoln Rd., FL, 305-674-8278, www.artcentersf.org
Tags: family | shopping | editor pick | smart splurge | art | things to do

Village of Merrick Park

The Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus department stores frame this beautiful complex full of fashionable stores, the lovely Elemis day spa, and upscale dining.

358 San Lorenzo Ave.; Suite 3000, FL, 305-529-0200, www.villageofmerrickpark.com
Tags: shopping | expensive | eclectic

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