The Design District in Miami is known for its sleek modern architecture, upscale interior design stores and art galleries.
The creative neighborhood provides shopping and dining, experiences with contemporary art and design, and enjoying amazing local events and inspiration.
Home to more than 170 high-end boutiques – such as Chanel, Balenciaga, Hermès, Fendi, Dior, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, and more – the District surrounds patrons in some of the most unique architecture in Miami.
When paired with the public art woven throughout the District’s streets, every building and every pathway provides a diverse canvas for great perspective and photographic art.
At the center of the District’s main courtyard is the Fly’s Eye Dome, a geodesic dome designed by inventor Buckminster Fuller, and the Institute of Contemporary Art with its cutting-edge and ultra-modern building in blue glass.
The location created the perfect backdrop and playground for the photographers and reps. With so much visual extravagance in the District, the reps kept their outfits monochromatic but far from simple.
The high fashion District required a couture look for each rep. More than a business suit, the pants outfits and ensembles would have fit perfectly on the runway for any fashion show.
Cropped jackets with fitted high-waisted trousers in a unique fabric, a modern jumpsuit, or a layered sleek officer topcoat with coordinating pants. Nothing too tight, but definitely not ultra baggy, the outfits had structure or drapes of fabric.
When paired with the reps’ high fashion, couture monochromatic pants ensembles, the Design District created a unique location for the reps to strut their stuff.
The OneCollective reps and photographers “Did the District.”