Photos: Inside Dolce & Gabbana’s New Design District Store, Inspired By Teatro Alla Scala

In the Miami Design District, Dolce & Gabbana’s new boutique is now open.

Architect Gwenael Nicolas of Curiosity designed the 5,402-square-foot boutique, with inspiration from Milan’s 18th century Teatro alla Scala opera house.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

High-end showroom or a Museum?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Heck, if they don’t tell us what this place is, I would swear it’s a museum!

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s what I thought with all the Greco Roman statues. Still looks nice.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Great…another high end store in the Design District which will be empty 9 out of the 10 hours it is open daily…..

Anonymous
2 years ago

??

Anonymous by choice
2 years ago

A store like this does not need to be “full” to turn a profit. Most high end clients do not ever step foot into the store. Believe me these stores make money. Retail has changed, brick and mortar stores only serve as a place for the unsure customer to physically interact with whatever product your selling.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Retail has changed alright…that’s why half of the retail malls are having a tough time making a profit and anchor stores are closing up shop all across the country…yep, that is change

Anonymous
2 years ago

but not in south Florida

Anonymous
2 years ago

“but not in south Florida” ???? You clearly are totally clueless as to what is going on in the local retail sector…

Anonymous
2 years ago

You should look up South Florida Retail Market Reports before you call people clueless. Yes, online retailers are killing brick and mortar stores at a macro level, but locally it’s a different story. Miami is a shopping destination for Latin America.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I agree.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Where is your evidence of this. Show the facts to support you callous statements.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hater.

Fifo
2 years ago

Impressive!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Beautiful store. Who cares if most of us can’t afford it. Don’t be hatin!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Welcome ….. anything that will enhance this City Culture is good …. we have a part of Milan here now !

just me
2 years ago

beautiful store, Design District did it again!!! and I will be going there.

Anonymous
2 years ago

….to window shop I bet **sighs**

Anonymous
2 years ago

????

Anonymous
2 years ago

99.9% of Miami will never step foot there, nor need to.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I always wanted to be part the 0.1 % so i will definitely go..

Anonymous
2 years ago

Same here.

Alpina
2 years ago

So what?? it generates taxes, jobs, tourism, and more investment in our city….get it??

Anonymous
2 years ago

What’s your point?

Anonymous
2 years ago

So ? We clearly have tourist that will.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Guess you can tell that to Bal Harbour shops! The most profitable mall in America because there isn’t much foot traffic there. Not like say Aventura Mall but yet the people who shop there are filthy rich. The people who shop in the Design District have let’s of money to spend so there doesn’t have to be tons of people their just to buy a $15 shirt an pants like Aventura. That’s not the target shopping market they are aiming for.

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOL at comment.. $15 shirt an pants like Aventura?

Anonymous
2 years ago

No matter how much money I have, they will escort me out for not being snobby enough.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The rich aren’t all snobby and meant plenty of broke people who act like their snobby.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I met plenty of broke people with worse attitudes at H&M so I don’t know what you are complaining about….

Anonymous
2 years ago

Funny. One of the few times I smile while reading this stuff.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Name a store that 99.9% of Miami has been too?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Publix LOL

Anonymous
2 years ago

@ Publix comment = Mic Drop…LOL

Anonymous
2 years ago

Misery likes company.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Just Tacky and obnoxious

Anonymous
2 years ago

Dolce & Gabbana is a global high-end brand. I think they know what they are doing…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Agree, they are targeting the Tacky and obnoxious new money market, which will very comfortable in that environment.

Anonymous
2 years ago

New/Old money who cares it’s all MONEY. You sound awfully jealous right now.

Anonymous
2 years ago

run by a duo of self-hating gays.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“self hating” No they think differently and dont have to align themselves with what the left believes gays should think. This is why Milo is so popular because many SJW’s want to put groups into ideological bubbles.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stay away if you are a same-sex couple with kids as D&G only believes in traditional families. Wouldn’t want to go and try to buy their “art” and be turned away because of D&G’s religious beliefs or whatever they are like the cake baker in CO. I would never shop there.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, religious people like these trip me out. But you can bet there is something these religious people won’t do. They won’t say to the bank “we don’t accept any loan money to start our business if it’s gays, lesbians, or anybody else’s money we feel we have the right to discriminate against.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

Agreed. The green $ knows no discrimination.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Who cares go shop a Walmart

Anonymous
2 years ago

would you go to a shop run by Hamas? i think when a store opens itself to expressing a political opinion, its fair game to criticize it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

DG doesn’t equate to Hamas.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I do.

Anonymous
2 years ago

See you there.

Anonymous
2 years ago

…or other haute couture shops, ninety-something percent which were founded by gays anyway.

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOL. Let people shop where ever the like. It’s NOT YOUR MONEY.