Culture. Style. Taste.
Culture. Style. Taste.

Rock Out With the Debut of Zadig & Voltaire

Have you ever wanted to be as effortlessly cool as Bono or Debbie Harry? Or maybe you just want to amp up your wardrobe with some bold outfits and accessories. Either way, you’re in luck! With the opening of Zadig & Voltaire at Aventura Mall, the ability to look and feel like a rockstar just became more accessible.

Known worldwide for its rock-fueled aesthetic and ability to exist in the “in-between”— i.e., to blur the lines of fashion constructs like gender and formal vs. leisurewear — Zadig & Voltaire was founded in 1997 by fashion visionary Thierry Gillier. The brand quickly grew to the forefront of fashion, capturing the interest of celebrities like Beyoncé and Kate Moss.

The brand offers a mix of everything from sweatshirts, sneakers and graphic tees to pantsuits and dresses, all of which exude rock n’ roll energy in their own way while maintaining wearability and function.

Bold pieces like the Captain Velvet Jumpsuit (above) can be paired with the brand’s iconic Initial belts for a cohesive look that you can take from daytime to nighttime. Can you say Pat Benatar Vibes?

Zadig & Voltaire also maintains a commitment to helping independent artists. Its “Art is Hope” collection features a variety of pieces with prints, designs and concepts made exclusively by up-and-coming artists and art organizations throughout the world. Recent collaborations include the LA Dance Project and Black Art In America.

Also popular is the brand’s wide range of footwear and accessories. The High Flash Monogram sneakers (above) are a perfect example of the 80’s rocker-chic vibes seen throughout Zadig & Voltaire’s collections.

Last but certainly not least, no visit to Zadig & Voltaire would be complete without picking up one of the brand’s iconic purses. For example, the new Initial LA Monogram clutch (above) is truly one-of-a-kind and is sure to make your bandmates jealous.

Zadig & Voltaire is located on the Lower Level near Macy’s. For more information, call (305) 935-1110.

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