In hindsight, it's easy to say Wynwood's transformation from scruffy warehouse district to international hipster haven was inevitable. But in 2013, it took serious foresight to land a prime location in the world's new selfie capital. That's exactly what MVM did four years ago thanks to owner Melissa Mosheim's eye for knowing a good thing when she sees it. Mosheim is also a noted prophet of what women want in clothing and accessories. Her fashion boutique is a cool-girl's paradise and carries a covetable mix of established brands such as Citizens of Humanity and Mother Denim, alongside emerging labels such as Flynn Skye, Acrobat, and Grace Willow. Prices range from $55 for a printed T-shirt to $500 for an evening gown. Naturally, the folks working at MVM know a thing or two about styling an outfit and are eager to help customers choose the right ensemble for a pool party, wedding, or night on the town. The store stocks tops, bottoms, dresses, swimwear, accessories, and shoes that are hard to come by at other Miami clothing stores. Wynwood has changed a lot since 2013, but for now it's still a neighborhood that knows how to express individuality — just like its pioneering fashion shop.
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