It is still as hot as the surface of the sun, but we here in Miami can buy a few extra weeks of wearing our summer whites before the fashion police issue a fall fashion violation. So while swapping out your wardrobe may not seem feasible anytime soon, you can start to change out your accessories. Here we take a look at three of fall’s hottest handbag trends.

Just because you’re not gearing up for the start of a new school year doesn’t mean you should skip out on all the back-to-school fashion. From trendy carryalls to a new pair of fall shoes, there’s plenty to shop for even if you’re not shuttling to and from class in the coming weeks. Here, items to help you instantly relive your days as a co-ed.

For fashion designers, their collections are pieces of art. For Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, this couldn’t be more true. Drawing inspiration from the late London designer and artist Christopher Nementh, Kim Jones, the Men’s Artistic Director of Louis Vuitton, incorporated Nementh’s artistic designs throughout the collection, honoring the man who Jones calls the “most important designer to come out of London alongside Vivienne Westwood.”  

Red soles. Red nails. And now, red lips. Rouge to be exact. Christian Louboutin, creator of the red bottom shoe, who launched a line of nail colors inspired by the haute-hue, is once again enhancing women’s beauty with the addition of a new collection of lip colors.

Armani, Versace, Pucci, Prada. Italy’s most prestigious fashion houses have created a footprint in the Design District, Miami’s most luxurious shopping neighborhood. We can now add Panerai to the list of esteemed brands. The maker of fine Italian watches recently opened their flagship store in Palm Court – their largest point of sale in the U.S. to date.

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