Tenoversix made its name as an innovative retailer of jewelry, accessories, homewares, and apparel in Los Angeles.
But now the retailer, which recently closed its L.A. shop but still operates a store in Dallas’ Joule Hotel, is moving to a city entrenched in the fine art world—Miami.
The retailer will soft-open its freestanding location, Tenoversix Miami, in early December, during Miami Art Basel.
The 2000-square-foot space, located in Miami’s Little River neighborhood, will feature white terrazzo floors, neon lighting, and pops of impactful color courtesy of bold rugs, plants, ceramics, and ’70s-inspired furniture and art.
Earrings by Lizzie Fortunato at Tenoversix
The store’s opening exhibition will spotlight New York City–based artist Andrew Kuo, aka Instagram star @earlboykins.
Tenoversix Miami will officially open Feb. 1, 2018, stocking jewelry by Lizzie Fortunato, ceramics by Bari Ziperstein, limited-edition photography by Hamish Robertson, and apparel from Veda (think custom pink leather jackets with hand-painted illustrations), among other items.
The company will also relaunch its website Nov. 15 after a complete design overhaul.
(All images courtesy of Tenoversix)