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Miami has just welcomed two new flirty and sexy girls! Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet, is a lifestyle brand that reflects the designer’s inspirations and her love for sophistication and feminine style.
The goal of “creating a perfect pair of pants” is what triggered Stacey Bendet to take on this adventure that is Alice + Olivia, which has now a remarkable collection that goes way beyond pants, including ready-to-wear, gowns, shoes, accessories and handbags.
Alice + Olivia is all about providing a girl with pieces for every occasion, with a flirty vintage approach in which you can find eye-catching colors, original prints and very lively pieces.
Stacey Bendet states the vision that made Alice + Olivia famous: “I feel the runway show is so serious, this is more about the clothes being fun and the brand being fun and doing something that expresses the brand”.
With a client list that has been growing in number and reputation, since its launch in 2012, the brand has become one of the favourites of Holywood celebrities such as Beyoncé, Gwyneth Paltrow, Katy Perry, Sarah Jessica Parker, Taylor Swift and even Michelle Obama.
Stacey Bendet’s vision of providing flattering fits and original accessories has spread worldwide as the brand has now over 30 free-standing boutiques in some major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, and has now opened up a new pop-up store in Miami Design District that is generating a lot of excitement and already making its mark with the vibrant decoration perfectly matching the bold clothing pieces.
South Florida has now a new source of original fashions in a place that is growing more and more as a vibrant fashion design environment.
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