WMC 2015


The best shopping in Miami can be found on the streets of South Beach, just steps from the ocean and sand. Lincoln Road, one of Miami’s finest outdoor shopping destinations, has both brand-name stores, unique boutiques, and an array of restaurants and cafes throughout its ten-block span. A pedestrian-only road, Lincoln is a fantastic location for people watching. Collins Avenue, which intersects with Lincoln, is the place to go for upscale boutiques and a walking tour of Miami’s famous Art Deco architecture. While there are many other streets to explore when shopping, Lincoln Road and Collins Avenue are great places to start.

Head to our Guide to Ultra for the rundown on shopping in Downtown Miami.

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  • Atrium

    A branch of NYC’s upscale boutique of the same name, this Miami Beach store offers men and women’s clothing and accessories ranging from swimsuits to high heels to coats. During WMC, this chic boutique turns up the heat on your ordinary shopping experience with DJs spinning right in the store.

  • Uncle Sam's Music

    Uncle Sam’s has remained one of South Florida’s most prominent independent record retailers since the early ‘80s. In addition to rare LPs and dance vinyl, they sell CDs, DJ gear, music accessories, concert tickets, music magazines, and even clothes, accessories, and incense. The staff here really knows music and always offers to order something in for you if they don’t have exactly what you’re looking for.

  • Big Drop

    Housing menswear and womenswear from popular labels and emerging designers a like all under one roof, this store located in the Gansevoort Hotel can keep you occupied for hours. Additionally, if you are staying at the hotel, you can make use of their personal shopper service and receive outfits styled and delivered right to your room.

  • Recycled Blues

    • 1507 Washington Avenue
    • Miami Beach, FL 33139
    • +1 (305) 538-0656

    More than just your average vintage store, Recycled Blues has a wide range of vintage clothing, accessories, and antiques in addition to vintage items they have altered with their on-site hot presses. It’s a must if you want to find something truly unique and original. The surrounding stores on Washington Avenue range from offering club-ready clothing to more vintage and thrift options.

  • Lincoln Road Mall

    Step off from the beach right onto Lincoln Road, one of Miami’s finest outdoor shopping destinations. Here you’ll find an array of restaurants and cafes as well as both brand name stores and unique boutiques throughout its ten-block span. Also, as a pedestrian-only road, Lincoln is a fantastic location for people-watching, so take a break from the shops, sit in one of the restaurants’ outdoor seating areas, and watch all the Rollerbladers pass you by. On Sundays, while the regular stores remain open, an antique and collectibles market fills the promenade.

  • Collins Avenue Shopping District

    The place to go for brand-name stores and beauty salons, Collins Avenue has more upscale boutiques than those found on Lincoln Rd, although some stores do overlap between the two locations. Walking the district also acts as a walking tour of Miami’s famous Art Deco Architecture. While stores are present on the entire Avenue, the majority fall between 5th street to 10th street, so it’s a good idea to start there.

  • Antique & Collectible Market

    Every second Sunday from October until May, the Lincoln Road Mall plays host to this outdoor market of over 100 vendors showing the best of antique style. From quirky collectibles and memorabilia to vintage clothing, jewelry, and furniture, this market is sure to keep you entertained while soaking up the South Beach sun.