My 305 Style

Matthew Chevallard, the man who launched one of Miami’s hottest shoe shops, Del Toro, is well-versed in the art of head-to-toe chic.

  • THE WATCH “Nothing is more essential to a man than his timepiece. I find vintage ones particularly interesting (this is the Gold Presidential Vintage) and there’s no finer purveyor than Matthew Bain. Price available upon request. 305-534-5588. 

  • THE SCENT “Anything Creed is delightful, but Erolfa is my favorite cologne.” $315. Neiman Marcus, Village of Merrick Park, 390 Lorenzo Avenue, Coral Gables; 786-999-1000;

  • THE SHOES “I am clearly biased toward my shoes—like this men’s leather espadrille—because I make them to satisfy my own lifestyle requirements. Casual, comfortable, yet contemporary and avant-garde.” $185. Del Toro Shoes, 2750 NW Third Avenue, Suite 22, Miami; 305-571-8253;

  • THE BACKPACK “We sell various leather accessories—wallets, dopp kits, duffle bags, and this cool backpack—and they’re all convenient yet stylish.” $850. Del Toro Shoes, 2750 NW Third Avenue, Suite 22, Miami; 305-571-8253;

  • THE HOOD “The Wynwood Building is where the Del Toro boutique resides and the whole Wynwood area is very close to my heart because it really represents who we are. Colorful, vibrant, eclectic.” thewynwood

  • THE TRUNKS “Vilebrequin makes swim trunks with an amazing fit and durability. I love the solid colors—like this navy one—because they’re less clichéd.”  $205. Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Avenue; 305-865-1100;

  • THE JEANS “Balmain biker jeans are my choice pants. The fit is ideal and you do not see everyone wearing them at the same time.” $1,370. The Webster, 1220 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; 305-674-7899;

  • THE CHILL “Casa Tua is the epitome of chill. It embodies the effortlessness casual chic that Italy does so well.” 1700 James Avenue, Miami Beach; 305-673-1010;