This weekend promises a marathon for Art Basel Miami Beach snowbirds of fair hopping, parties … and shopping! Prep for the action at the Armarium pop-up at the Raleigh, which has all your wardrobe needs sorted. A Christopher Kane pansy-print top ($125 rental, $895 retail) and skirt ($150 rental, $895 retail) and Rebecca de Ravenel Les Bonbons earrings ($50 rental, $275 retail) look ready to party. At 1775 Collins Avenue. The boutique fitness center Anatomy at 1220 is offering a 20 percent discount on its one-week membership package that includes a B12 shot from VitaSquad ($125, originally $160). At 1220 20th Street, Miami Beach. And the Atma salon is offering unlimited blowouts ($145) when you mention the booking code NewYorkTimes. At 1874 West Avenue, Miami Beach.
On Thursday, dance the night away with the Mexico City-based art duo Sangree at a dusk-till-dawn ceremony in Wynwood presented by Red Bull Music Academy and the dance music label Naafi, during which you’ll have the chance to score T-shirts, hats and beach towels with designs inspired by Xipe Totec, the Aztec god of youth and spiritual renewal. At Coyo Taco, 2300 Northwest Second Avenue, Miami.
A Lydia Courteille octopus bague ring ($7,700) and a Viktor & Rolf haute couture sweater adorned with upcycled tulle ruffles, buttons and crystals from past collections ($3,500) are among the treasures at Maison de Mode, one of 11 pop-ups at the new OMA-designed luxury souk, Faena Bazaar. At 3400 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
The Webster is featuring artist collaborations from labels like Coach, Ellery and Lanvin. The painter Enoc Perez, best known for canvases that pay tribute to Modernist and contemporary architecture, collaborated on a black titanium Enoc Perez x Bamford Watch Department Rolex ($17,600) and also screen-printed the shop’s Art Deco facade on canvas totes ($35). At 1220 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
You’ll find wink-face leather stickers ($65) at the Anya Hindmarch pop-up on the ground floor of the cool-kid clubhouse Alchemist, and, on Level 5, a new in-house collection that includes distressed knit bajas with a grim-reaper design by the Instagram artist Warren Lotas ($795). At 1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. The artist Aaron De La Cruz will customize MM6 Martin Margiela totes with graphic brush strokes ($300) at the label’s Design District pop-up. At 173 Northeast 40th Street, Miami.
And catch Raymundo Diaz, the artist and product designer of Jeremyville’s cheery new Pop character, at the Standard Spa’s Juice Cafe and on sunny collectibles like a ceramic sugar bowl to take home ($80). At 40 Island Avenue, Miami Beach.