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Tucked away in the Miami Design District's glamorous corners and turns, are several boutiques curated uniquely for kids. We invite you to take a stroll around the neighborhood to discover our children's and family-friendly offerings. From mini-me versions of eclectic clothing and accessories to fun and interactive events for the whole family, you can find something in our neighborhood for all ages. 


Curated for Kids

White t-shirt with elephant; Grey shorts with black and green sideband; Black printed sweatshirt. 

We are excited to welcome Kenzo Kids, located in Paradise Plaza at 151 NE 41st St, Suite 119! A celebrated French and Japanese fusion fashion label, this is Kenzo Kid’s first boutique in the United States. The shop carries children’s clothing imprinted with their active roster of characters, like their iconic roaring tiger and friendly elephant. In the near future, the boutique will be hosting intimate story-telling hours, craft classes and more! Be sure to be on the lookout for these activities. 

Kenzo Kids is currently offering a virtual personal shopping experience via Zoom or FaceTime you can also request images via text. Curbside pickup and personal delivery are available upon request! 

Managers email:

Store number: 786-615-3091

State of Kid
Looking for fun and interactive activities for your children in a safe environment? Or need to book a socially-distanced birthday party? 
Check out State of Kids’s intimate private classes that you can extend to your own squad. You can gather the people you feel safest with and self-curate the classes themes—which range from outdoor music, crafts, and dance classes. This offering is unique to the Miami Design District and is ready to be designed to your preferences. Private groups require a minimum of five children and a commitment of four classes. Email to register or visit the store in-person at 151 NE 41st St, Suite 219. 
C'est Chou

Designer Remix Dress, Molo Polka Dot Shirt & Hope Shirt

“C’est Chou”—which means “that’s cute” in French—is precisely how we would describe this boutique for the millennial girl, located in Jade Alley, next to Aubi and Ramsa. A Miami-founded and family-run company (created by a tight-knit mother and daughter team), C’est Chou carefully curates its selection to be a place where girls can find unique clothing—often from internationally-based brands that can’t be purchased anywhere else in Miami. 

Beyond cute and unique, the clothing selection is curated by a secondary theme: Vivian (the daughter of the mighty duo) consciously selects brands that have a sustainable angle.  

She picks pieces like this cute black skirt with multi-colored polka dots by Molo, an environmentally conscious Scandinavian brand. Or this adorable Designer Remix Wrap Dress, a Copenhagen-based clothing company that only uses recycled materials. 


NIni & Loli

Cybex Priam by Jeremy Scott, 12-Piece Large Rainbow by Grimm’s

For Miami’s fashionable babies, there is nothing comparable to the selection offered at Nini & Loli, a Miami-based children’s boutique that opened their most recent location at 4048 NE 1st Ave. 

Their toys often provide more than what meets the eye: their 12-Piece Large Rainbow by Grimm’s wooden rainbow follows Waldorf and Montessori education principles, allowing children of all ages to explore creating structures of varying complexity—without all the harsh chemicals that often coat plastic toys. 

If you are looking for a stroller with a fashionable twist, then make sure to explore Nini & Loli’s extensive luxury stroller selection, undoubtedly one of the best in the area. We love their Cybex Priam by Jeremy Scott, several celebrities have been spotted with this posh stroller. 

We can’t wait to see you and your family around the neighborhood!

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