This Vintage Versace Sale at Coterie Miami Is Going to Be Epic
Miami Swim Week officially starts tomorrow, but the action isn’t only reserved for the runway. Coterie is setting up a pop-up at the Faena Bazaar to give attendees a new shopping experience, including first crack at a pretty amazing vintage Versace collection.
“We are bringing some of the experiential activations from the [pre] Coterie show to Miami,” said UBM’s Danielle Licata, Women’s Fashion Director and VP Brand Director of Coterie. “As well as energizing the store with complimentary dry styling by IGK Salons, interactive augmented reality moments, makeup tutorials, limited drops from amazing brands, parties, tastings, and too many beautiful art installations to Instagram in one visit.”
But back to that vintage Versace collection! Morphew, a one-of-a-kind vintage showroom-cum-lifestyle brand used by countless designers and stylists to source inspiration, is selling their highly-coveted collection of iconic Versace pieces from 1989 to 1998. Curated by Morphew’s owners, Bridgette Morphew and Jason Lyon, from the company’s internationally-sourced designer archive, it will also include rare and one-of-a-kind non-Versace pieces like floral beach kimonos, long white lace cocktail dresses from the 1920s, and select ’70s-inspired embroidered tunics and dresses. Hit booth #115 for all the unique finds, but be warned, these gems do not come cheap. The vintage silk Versace shirts, for instance, will run you about $2,600 each.
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