Vicomte A. to open first Miami-Dade store in South Beach

Vicomte A., a French ready-to-wear brand founded by Arthur de Soultrait, will open its first store in Miami-Dade this Saturday in South Beach.

The shop, at 638 Collins Ave., will be its second in the United States. Vicomte A. opened a store in Palm Beach in 2012.

Since its founding in 2005, Vicomte A. has grown to include men’s, women’s and children’s fashions. During the last two years, the company said it has increased its product range through licenses for such items as eyewear, watches and shoes.

The South Beach is expected to carry the full collection, as well as a specially designed limited edition line of polo shirts, priced at $150.

Within the next year, Vicomte A. said it plans to open additional stores, in New York and at Bal Harbour Shops.

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