Simon, a global retail real estate company, announced that unique specialty retailer, TARBAY, is now open at Miami International Mall. Additionally, the TARBAY kiosk has relocated at Dadeland Mall and is now open to the public. The addition of these new kiosks reemphasizes Dadeland Mall and Miami International Mall’s ability to bring new concepts to the everyday shopper.
Founded in 2002, the new TARBAY kiosks will offer an alternative approach to Venezuelan jewelry, combining artistry, versatility, femininity, originality and cheerfulness. Each piece is handmade by a small community of women, with fine metals including gold, silver and 14K laminated gold, entwined with real gemstones and natural pearls. Guests will have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of beautiful necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings and more.
At Miami International Mall, the kiosk is situated in the Macy’s Women’s corridor. The kiosk has relocated at Dadeland Mall to Center Court, and is be easily accessible from all areas of the mall. The kiosks are open during regular mall hours.
“TARBAY is a fabulous addition to the Miami market, and we’re excited to offer this artistic and cultural brand to our diverse array of shoppers,” said Dailen Rodriguez, Director of Marketing and Business Development for Dadeland Mall. “We are sure it’s going to become a fast favorite at Dadeland Mall and Miami International Mall.”
Aside from the two Miami boutiques, TARBAY has established an international online boutique at www.tarbay.com, where orders may be shipped to different destinations around the world.