The Webster Unveils New Collaboration with Lane Crawford

by Paige Reddinger

The Webster Miami in South Beach has teamed up with Asia’s iconic luxury retailer Lane Crawford on an exclusive collection of womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, and lifestyle products. The collection, which consists of 70 styles across over 20 brands embodying the spirit of Miami, launched this week. Brands like For Restless Sleepers, Sonia Rykiel, Thom Browne, VIlebrequin, Solid and Striped, Proenza Schouler, Orlebar Brown, and Mira Mikati, to name just a few have created exclusive pieces for the collaboration.

“Ever since having lived and studied in China, I have been fascinated with the forward sense of style I have seen exhibited, and am thrilled for the opportunity to collaborate with such an iconic, historic brand such as Lane Crawford,” said Laure Heriard Dubreuil, founder of The Webster, in a statement. “Miami is an incredibly energetic city that is rich in culture and diversity; we are so excited to share this unique collection with both the Lane Crawford and The Webster clients alike.”

The pop-up shops will be on throughout the summer at Lane Crawford stores  in Hong Kong and China as well as all of The Webster’s locations in the U.S. as well as online at both retailers.

“The Lane Crawford customer is constantly looking for newness so we are very excited to collaborate with The Webster to create a unique experience for Hong Kong and China,” said Andrew Keith, president of Lane Crawford. “We’ll be recreating the dynamic energy of South Beach in a specially designed Miami-inspired pop-up in store and online, where customers will also be able to discover an edit of worldwide exclusive products.”

For those that can make it to the brick-and-mortar locations, Laure Heriard Dubreuil will be hosting cocktail events to celebrate the pop-ups at Lane Crawford at the IFC mall in Hong Kong on May 10th and at Lane Crawford Shanghai Times Square on May 12th. U.S.-based consumers can get their hands on the items at The Webster in South Beach, Bal Harbour, Costa Mesa, and Houston. What about the New Yorkers? Scoop alert: We’re hearing rumors that The Webster will be opening a massive shop (an entire building) in NYC’s Soho nabe before the end of the year!

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