Thousands of counterfeit designer handbags have been uncovered by federal officers in a shipping container at Miami’s seaport.
A woman who rubs elbows with the rich and famous is under arrest, accused of stealing designer handbags numerous times from a store in Bal Harbour shops.
From Kim, to Lindsay, Kanye to Steven, the stars were shinning all week in South Florida celebrating themselves and art.
Whether you look up or look down, art is all around. Not only in the fairs and museums. It’s everywhere. Some free to see while others not so much.
Women, welcome to your wonderland. Bal Harbour Shops, you’ve been put on notice.
When you can buy high-priced, brand name merchandise for cheap prices, it means it’s probably fake and more than $10 million worth of fake brand name merchandise won’t be sold in South Florida or anywhere else after being seized at Port Miami.
The Homeland Security Investigations division of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement just wrapped up their annual Operation Holiday Hoax where they seized thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit designer clothes, bags, shoes and other apparel.
All around the country, shoppers hit the web for cyber Monday sales. Maybe you were looking for shoes, designer bags, or sunglasses. But some shoppers may have seen warnings saying the Feds seize 150 online stores. Some right here in Florida.
Three major South Florida fashion hubs are creating a bit of a “shopping shakeup,” all vying for the biggest names in luxury brands.
You can buy anything on the web, it seems, but high style has always been the province of high-end brick-and-mortar stores, until now.