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October 9, 2014updated Dec 20, 2023

Luxury Living Group To Open Its Second Location In Miami’s Design/Fashion District

By Neharika Padala

Luxury Living, the exclusive retailer of FENDI Casa, Bentley Home and Trussardi Casa home collections will commemorate the 10th Anniversary of its’ first freestanding flagship store in the United States with the opening of a second location in the hub of the most fashion-centric area of the Miami Design District at 4100 NE 2nd Avenue.

The new 7,700 square foot showroom, slated to open October 29th, will offer the distinctive combination of Luxury Living Interiors collections in the US, including FENDI Outdoor, FENDI Casa Ambiente Cucina and Bentley Home, and expand the company’s retail imprint with an increase of selling space by 30 percent.

Collections will be defined by a luxurious, unique and sophisticated ambiance and will include the largest displays for Bentley Home furniture and FENDI Casa Ambiente Cucina, including a complete and unique kitchen experience.

“We look forward to continuing our strong presence and long lasting relationship with the Miami Design District”, said Raffaella Vignatelli, President of Luxury Living USA. “In the nine years that we have been present in this neighborhood, we have seen the area develop into a hub for art, culture, fashion and design, all of which resonate well with the Luxury Living collections. In offering a greater variety of our products on a larger surface we are taking the next step to grow our brand in this exciting part of town.”

The Miami Design District and its unique 18 square-block neighborhood just north of Downtown Miami will provide Luxury Living clients with the ultimate shopping environment. Committed to the unity of design, fashion, art and architecture, the neighborhood brings a new sense of culture and style to South Florida, with

Luxury Living at the helm of this movement. Since the area’s redevelopment throughout the early 2000’s, where buildings were recast into showrooms that displayed everything from furniture to art, it attracts the most affluent shoppers and has become a location of choice for an abundance of exclusive retailers, fashion and home design brands.

The growth of the company’s South Florida presence is in response to the overwhelming success of the flagship showroom on 90 NE 39th Street, and an increasing demand for Luxury Living brands from the surrounding market. Since Luxury Living USA first opened its doors in the Design District in 2004, the company has flourished alongside the successful development of this premier luxury-shopping destination and its epic transformation.

The showroom’s planned interior will be as exceptional and decadent as the location. Ceilings with a mosaic effect in light mother of pearl tones reproduced on wallpapered juxtapose decorative filters made of round golden galvanized links; other decorative features include squared mother of pearl lacquered boiserie with bronze profiles and shelves with led elements. Impeccable style also radiates in the area dedicated to the outdoor proposals where a Caribbean room with a terrace and patio lend a distinguishing touch.

(Source: Luxury Living)

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