Each season as the styles change fashionistas flock to buy the newest “it” bag or shoes, purchase the latest lip color or accessory of-the-moment, but the home is often overlooked.  While home trends may not have an “it” item every four months like the fashion world seems to, it’s just as important to keep things fresh in the place that welcomes you day in and day out.

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Be still our beating heart – we’ve fallen in love. The object of our desire: Oggetti Designs. (Oggetti means object in Italian) Located in the 4141 building, the mutli-line showroom carries a selection of some of the chicest furniture, lightening and accessories for the home that we’re coveting.

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Stepping foot into the newest addition to the Design District, The Bazaar Project, is like stepping foot into another country. Which one? Well, it’s hard to say since the store offers a vast collection of home décor items and accessories inspired by owner Yeliz Titiz’s travels to Shanghai, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Seoul, France, Italy, Denmark, Sweden and more.

Wednesday, April 9 at 7:00 p.m., The Rooftop Garden in Miami Design District

She is a daughter, a sister, and a director at Dedar – the distinctly future-forward textile producer, founded in the tradition and heritage of a family business.  For the first time in 12 years, Caterina Fabrizio recently visited Miami where she laid the Italian brand’s plans in front of a curated audience of designers, partners and journalists at The Standard Hotel.  Stopping short of releasing the name of the next highly-anticipated design collaborator, Fabrizio echoed Paris’ Déco Off show in championing new color and an artisanal quality central to Dedar’s collections.