Laure Heriard Dubreuil's Best Places To Go in Miami

As the head of Webster, the most popular concept store in South Beach, Laure Heriard Dubreuil has just unveiled her first collection to Europe at Bon Marché. We took this opportunity to ask her the best addresses in Miami and how to explore the city in her footsteps. Follow her guide.

Miami in three words? 
Sun, Art Deco and beach.

The best hotel? 
The latest is The Surf Club by Joseph Dirand.

The best place to have coffee in the morning? 
David's Cafe Cafecito. The place is famous for its Cuban coffee. It is very strong but it is effective.

A fresh fruit juice? 
Juice & Java.

Your 3 places to shop? 
The Webster, the Bal Harbor Shops and the boutiques of the Design District

A vintage shop? 
C Madeleine's, a huge incredible warehouse, organized by decades.

The most beautiful beach according to you? 

South of Fifth Street.

A walk to advise? 
Fairchild Botanical Garden. They have the largest collection of tropical plants in the world. 

Where to play sports? 
Along the Ocean Drive Boardwalk.

A canteen for lunch? 
La Sandwicherie.

A museum or a gallery to hang out? 
The Bass Museum which has just been completely redone.

Your three favorite restaurants where to dine? 
Casa Tua for a romantic dinner in a garden. A true heaven.  The Standard Hotel, one of the few places where you can dine at the water's edge. And otherwise Mandolin, a charming restaurant, authentic and delicious.

A bar to see and be seen? 
The hotel bar at Soho Beach House

A club? 
Saxony at the Faena Hotel.

For whom or for what did you cross the city? 
For parties in the villas, at the water's edge, on the islands. 

What only exists in Miami? 
Miami is the first Art Deco architecture destination in the world.