Created from the belief that fashion is art and art is fashion, NoBe67 is a pop-up showcase of top emerging designers alongside the works of premier artists. NoBe67 takes place at the Wynwood arts district, located north of Miami, from April 22 through May 8.
NoBe67 visitors will be able to shop from a variety of designer clothing, shoes and accessories not readily available in traditional retail stores. This unique collection will include everything from evening wear and casual clothing to jewelry, hats and other accessories in a variety of price ranges.
NoBe67 will feature more than 40 up-and-coming designers and established designers, including Charles Phillip Shanghai shoes, Gelareh Mizrahi handbags, Moda Zeta apparel, Cords for Music jewelry, Palme D’Or Swimwear, Jeux de Vie Designs jewelry, Jimmy Lion designer socks, Artteca apparel and Fiji Ties.
Artists Van Alpert, Camilo Rios and many others will showcase their artistic works in mediums that include painting, photography and design. Art installations and sculptures provided by Prospect Creative and Colombian artist Nicole Furman, “Chez Nicolette,” will be featured at NoBe67.
“It’s been wonderful to bring this project to life – one that emphasizes the importance of developing a space in which so many interesting and talented creatives can showcase their work together,” said Natalie Meruelo, Founder of NoBe67. “It’s an exciting opportunity for us to spearhead the contemporary designer movement in Miami, a city that is rapidly growing into a magnet for innovative design and art concepts.”
NoBe67 will partner with local creative and like-minded organizations to offer a variety of events and activities designed to increase brand awareness and encourage visitors and residents to attend the pop-up event. Events include meet-and-greets with featured artists and fashion influencers, trunk shows, happy hours with Baby Jane Pop Up Bar and the pop-up’s opening party.
While NoBe67 mirrors the pop-up trend taking place in other major cities, such as New York and Los Angeles, it is the first of its kind in Miami. It creates an experience unlike any found in a traditional boutique with its merging of fashion, art and culture into one unique destination.
The Wynwood Arts District is an eclectic neighborhood filled with more than 70 art galleries, retail shops, performing arts spaces, restaurants, bars and one of the largest public art installations in the world. The former warehouse and manufacturing district provides an alternative and cultural nightlife spot in the Greater Miami area.
Originally launched during Art Basel Miami 2009, NoBe67 originated as NoBe67 Art, a non-profit art fair for up-and-coming Latin American artists. Due to its successful showing at Art Basel Miami, NoBe67 has expanded into a year-round pop-up.
For more information on NoBe67 – including events, directions and designers – please visit nobe67.com.