While many of us are still recovering from Miami Art Week, holiday eating and champagne toasts, three exhibitions in the Design District standout as the must-sees of this month. 

Miami’s cashmere game just stepped up a few notches with the arrival of Loro Piana. The textile and luxury goods retailer’s newest outpost opened late 2016 in the Miami Design District, just in time to outfit Miami’s most stylish in the world’s most delicious cashmere for the holidays.

Saint Laurent has made its way to the Miami Design District — and in true fashion its 4,200 square-foot flagship store is as extravagant as the brand itself. Having just opened in December 2016, this outpost of the legendary brand is the first under new YSL Creative Director and avant-garde Italian designer Anthony Vaccarello.

Miami style is often associated with bright, colorful, sometimes over-the-top hues, but not everyone dresses with a tint that exudes sunshine. For many, minimal is the way to go and now it just got easier thanks to COS, a London-based brand recognized for its modern, timeless and functional collections, that recently opened its first store in Miami in the Miami Design District.

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In a final hurrah at the landmark Moore Building, the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami has organized an ambitious exhibition by German artist Thomas Bayrle. “One Day on Success Street” offers the ultimate farewell as the museum looks toward opening its permanent space in late 2017.