• One Man's Trash: 17 Awesome Flea Markets

    As the old saying goes, one man's trash is another man's treasure. Here are 17 outstanding examples of just such trash heaps/treasure troves, around the globe.
  • New on Social Media: VIERNES TRADICIONAL

    Here is something special we became aware of on our last trip to Mexico. Traditional Fridays is an initiative started by Impacto Textile, an NGO based in Chiapas, Mexico, that is run by Claudia Muñoz, a talented designer and founder of the label Chamuchic.
  • Behind the Label: Onora Casa

    Maggie Galton and Maria Eladia Hagerman are two chic women that share a passion for design and the culture of Mexico’s indigenous communities. Together this American art historian and Mexican designer are giving a cool contemporary twist to centuries old traditions of Mexican craft.
  • La Valise, Mexico City

    It’s always cool to be first— especially when it comes to boutique hotels. An achingly hip little hotel called La Valise in Mexico City is the place you must go next. This three-suite property, located above a shop in a 1920s townhouse in the happening Roma neighborhood, has been referred to as “a shop with rooms” by the press.

    What to Wear There

    black and tan classic panama hat, $275
    Hacienda Montaecristo,
    plum cotton silk rebozo la piedad scarf, $370
    Family Heirloom,
    golden brass jacqueline necklace, $385
    Olga Prieto,
    navy stone teardrop earrings, $60
  • Globetrotter: Michel Heredia

    We recently met up with Michel Heredia, the global sales director for the Andre Balazs properties, we asked him to share his favorite local spots in his home town of Mexico City. Michel, who has the enviable job of traveling to the worlds chicest hotels, let us in on his style tips and travel rituals.
  • Shopping Guide: Mexico City

    Every time we visit Mexico City we are amazed by the new and eclectic shopping culture that seems to be spreading through the city. Cool multi-concept boutiques like Anatole 13 offer a full lifestyle experience while the weekend flea market and artisanal bazaar offer goods with a decidedly more old school pedigree.


    Hacienda Montaecristo,
    18k gold plated silver filigree tassel maria dolores earrings, $550
    Hacienda Montaecristo,
    plum cotton silk rebozo la piedad scarf, $370
    Shop Latitude Bazaar, Mexico,
    multi cotton serape blanket, $55.25
    Shop Latitude Bazaar, Mexico,
    navy and multi tunic dress, $87.50
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