Garance Doré’s Guide to Miami

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How does a chic Parisienne take on Miami? Tastefully, of course. And what better chic Parisienne to consult than one Garance Doré? The triple-threat illustrator, photographer, and writer has captivated an ever-rapt audience of fashion fans since 2006, when she started her eponymous blog. Today, she continues to relay a story of relaxed, decidedly French beauty, exploring the things she loves and the people who inspire her. Equally inspired–naturally–are her favorite place to visit while staying on the shores of South Beach. Her exceedingly good taste has been proven after nearly a decade as one of the digital world’s modern icons. You can trust her, we promise.


True Loaf Bakery: “The best bread and pastries in Miami. Their scones are enormous and delicious. And I can’t resist a chocolate croissant.”

1894 Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139


Panther Coffee: “Perfect cups of coffee in a very easy atmosphere. You can hang here and no one will bother you, or just grab a quick cup and then head over to True Loaf for your sweets–it’s just around the corner!”

2390 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127


The Webster: “Perfect place for beautiful fashion and beautiful people. I also like the more contemporary selections for last minute purchases, like when you have forgotten your swimsuit and it’s an emergency!”

1220 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139


Tap Tap Restaurant: “Delicious, fun and real. It’s a perfect place to go with friends, have drink and a nibble–and laugh a ton!”

 819 5th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Photos courtesy of Garance Doré



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