Balthazar Magazine Cover Story
Those who have experienced this niche luxury establishment in ... Miami know that only the most surprising works of art will suffice. Like their mediums, their thought-provoking and universally relatable pieces tell stories worthy of collection and passing on to future generations. Organic elements and artifacts shape their foundation as subtle accents of precious and semi-precious gemstones occasionally make an appearance, completing the narrative in sparkling detail. With names such as "No Evil", "Sleigh Runner", "Second Amendment: Tool and Die Maker", the sculptures exude a life of their own, brought to light by the unparalleled artistry of early carving traditions.
Cowboys and Indians Magazine
Celeb-magnet store J.W. Cooper on the leading edge
From its humble beginnings as a Western clothing store in Miami, today's J.W. Cooper is a byword for quality and artisanship.
Robin Williams, Whitney Houston, and Pat Riley shop at his store.
He's not J.W. Cooper. He's owner Todd Rauchwerger, and his story reads a little like the one about the kid who started in the mailroom and worked his way to CEO.READ MORE
Bal Harbour Shops Magazine
The J.W. Cooper Effect
J.W. Cooper has evolved beyond the fringe and has become the premier destination for artful accessories.
Since 1993, J.W. Cooper has been adorning discerning Bal Harbour shoppers with rare and one-of-a-kind belt buckles and accessories. "Most men don’t wear a lot of jewelry besides a watch and maybe cufflinks. But, a buckle is one of the first things a person takes notice of. It should be on par with anything else you pick up from one of the brands at Bal Harbour—and these are."READ MORE