Postcard From Miami: Stiltsville
For our summer catalog, we went on location to Stiltsville, a collection of wood stilt houses rising from the water on the edge of Miami’s Biscayne Bay!
Siltsville was founded in the 1930s, and before long it was a veritable village of 27 private sea shacks, where anyone with a boat and an invitation could escape the reach of prohibition.
For decades, Stiltsville remained a mischievous refuge for well-heeled Miamians to relax. Today, only 7 of the stilt houses are left, and they’re owned by the National Park Service.
Stiltsville’s renegade aura is now a thing of the past, but it still feels like a different world, and it was an incredible place to shoot our new summer collection! Just take a look at some of our outtakes and behind-the-scenes photos.