Ribbon Cutting: Styles Boutique Miami

Community By Alexandra Herrera, Reporter Friday, May 17, 2024

Ribbon Cutting: Styles Boutique Miami

     The Town of Miami Lakes, its Economic Development Committee and the Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 18 to celebrate Styles Miami Boutique

     “I wanted to thank everyone here tonight,” owner Ani Losada said. “We’re very blessed to have all of you. It’s pleasure to be here.” The boutique is at 6802 Main St., its second location. It moved across Main Street in 2023 into the former Victoria’s Secret space. 

     “It’s awesome to see that this place has grown so much at this point you guys have become a staple in the town,” said Matthew Casamayor, chair of the Economic Development Committee. The ceremony included a champagne toast and tossed confetti to mark the business’s success and expansion. 

     “This is a very important space,” Councilman Ray Garcia said. “It’s always been held by larger companies [and] boutiques. You’re at that level.” 

      From left, back row: Councilman Ray Garcia; Natalee Lima and Denise Sainz, members of the Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Committee; relative Pablo Concepcion; Ani Losada’s son Erick Losada; Ani Losada’s parents Lissette Vazquez and Oscar Mederos; Matthew Casamayor, chair, Miami Lakes Economic Development Committee; Fred Senra, president, Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce (partially shown) and Councilman Josh Dieguez. 

     From left front row: Mayor Manny Cid; Losada family relative Ailette Mederos; Ani Losada’s daughter Nicole Losada; Styles Miami Boutique Owner Ani Losada and her husband Javier Losada, and Tico Casamayor, president, public relations, Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce. Photo provided by Tico Casamayor.