Base Annex

Covetable fashion meets irreverent, ultra-cool design at this Miami lifestyle department store.

Base Annex
Claudia Uribe Touri
Housed in the shell of an old art-house cinema, this tucked-away gem—the latest addition to the Base chain of boutiques, a longstanding resource for the city's design-obsessed—feels more like an upscale art space than a South Beach shop. Determined to create an offbeat mix of playful decor and of-the-moment fashion, co-owner Steven Giles delights in unlikely pairings, like placing ceramic "Lucha Libre" wrestler heads from Mexico alongside fine-spun jewelry from Giles and Brother. "I wanted to embrace the idea of Alice as she stumbled down the rabbit hole," says Giles of the dazzling, seven-room shopping complex. We're especially enamored of their selection of oversize Karen Walker sunglasses and exquisite Vivienne Westwood separates. 927 Lincoln Rd., 305-695-4026, baseworld.com

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