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There’s no need to
window-shop at Green
Grass across Mary
Brickell Village — the
clothes and action
inside will be enough to
lure you in to buy the
perfect outfit even if all
you originally planned
to do was browse.
Tex t by Luisana Suegart
Photos by Jose Amigo
F ashion shows. Magazine
photoshoots. Art exhibits.
Extravagant, fun product
launches. These are just
some of the things that
have complemented the fashions
proudly displayed inside Brickell’s
most alluring boutique, Green Grass.
“Our customers are always telling us
that it’s refreshing to see some action
and exciting finally coming back to the
city,” says owner Claudia Sanz. “When
our customers walk into our showroom,
we want them to experience not just
the clothes on display, but also the
vibe they’ll get when they wear their
Launching Green Grass was second
nature to Sanz, a Colombian-born
fashionista whose family is filled
with fans of fashion and all things
aesthetic. For more than three decades,
her mother has owned a hair salon in
Colombia and her aunt a boutique. But
her first taste of fashion design came
from her seamstress grandmother.
“There are two things I remember the
most,” she says, “the first was going to
the fabric store and seeing the colors,
the names and the kinds of fabrics.
The second was what my grandmother
used to say: ‘No matter how original or
different you want to dress, you always
have to look classy.’”
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