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A South American living in Miami isn’t unusual. But a certain Venezuelan has arrived there by way of St. Barts, the Caribbean island. That’s where Guillermo de Yavorsky began his design career with the . He’s since founded , which has recently completed , a womenswear boutique in the Wynwood Art District. Building a narrative around the shop's commitment to sustainability—its tagline is “where conscious meets desirable”—De Yavorsky enlisted a fresh pastel palette and such natural materials as concrete, copper, and oak. Geometric display cubes are “dynamic, like women,” he says. He speaks truth: The shop’s plant mural was done by his sister Alexandra, the firm’s branding and graphic design director.