Don't let the facade fool you. Casual passersby may see The Webster as just another Art Deco grand dame with a face lift on the Collins Avenue strip. Mais non! After untold millions of dollars -- and a boatload of French refinement -- South Beach's old Webster building reemerged June 1 as a 20,000-square-foot, outrageously chic emporium whose allure extends far beyond the beach crowd. Its French founders, Laure Hériard Dubreuil, Frederic Dechnik and Milan Vukmirovic, have concocted a three-floor shopping experience with men's and women's clothing from the most elite brands, fine jewelry, vintage watches, art offerings, a lounge area, rooftop space and the first U.S. outpost of the famously hip Paris eatery Caviar Kaspia.