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Welcome To The Webster!


Just in time for the holidays, The Webster opened its second location at Bal Harbour. Like its flagship store in South Beach, the new boutique features a roster of young and established brands, and a few exclusives found only at Bal Harbour. Co-founder Laure Heriard Dubreuil gives us the inside scoop of what’s in store.

The Webster Bal Harbour just came off its opening weekend; what are your first impressions?
This is truly the perfect timing and location. The store turned out beautiful. It is exactly the same feeling as the 2nd floor of The Webster with even more of an apartment feel and a feminine vibe as it is for women only at the moment.

Were there any pieces that sold out?
Not yet but we are low on Aurelie Bidermann new fine Jewelry line already (perfect for holiday) and Celine bags. It seems we never have enough!

What are three items we'll find at Webster Bal Harbour that we won't find anywhere else in Miami?
Some exclusive pieces from Cedric Charlier, Olympia le Tan’s "The Webster Dictionary" Clutch and an exclusive print dress from Julien David.

What is the content mix like?
We tried to stay true to the Webster DNA, but maybe because it is holiday time we have more accessories—which make for great gifts—and cocktails dresses for all of the festive occasions in store now.

Are there any lines being carried for the first time at the Webster?
Maison Rabih Kayrouz, Atto and Paco Rabanne.

Are there plans for a grand opening celebration?
We are planning something of course, but nothing is set in stone yet...

Are there any special appearances planned in store?
For sure! The Webster has such amazing relationships with all of our designers, and I think they will all be very excited to come and support the new location.

What about other products and merchandise, like items for the home?
We just redesigned our Webster candles which are reminiscent of Orange Blossom. I'd like to maybe add a few more home items in the future.


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