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This is where designer Rodman Primack goes for well-cut chore coats and kimonos.

Antigua Cerería La Purísima

From Indagare Insider James Oseland: “Cerería La Purisima, a small candle concern located on a busy Centro Histórico street, is a vision of the way most Mexico City shops probably were a hundred years ago. I covet the handmade paraffin candles—they’re the variety used in churches and come in an array of sizes but only one color: a creamy shade of white. Their flames provide the loveliest illumination I’ve ever experienced in my home.”

Interior view - Artefakto, Punta Mita, Mexico


Located across from La Esperanza sits this gallery-cum-boutique, opened by a Los Angeles expat. The store features home furnishings, art and traditional rugs sourced from artisans living in such regions as Oaxaca and Guadalajara. Don’t miss the charcoal works by artist Xavier Brockman, which are set in reclaimed wood frames.

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Audette offers modern handmade bags in bright colors using a mix of luxury deadstock leather and an innovative cactus material.

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Inside an airy canvas tent, this sophisticated boho-chic boutique displays its earth-toned fashions and jewelry in Tulum.
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Carla Fernández

Located in the trendy Roma neighborhood, Carla Fernandez sells bright and colorful pieces, which are inspired by Mexico’s indigenous communities.
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Experience the Indagare-reviewed shop Casamidy in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for custom artisanal furniture and accessories with a contemporary twist.

Chava Studio

Adjacent to Museo Estudio Luis Barragan, designer Olivia Villanti’s Chava Studio sells breezy linen and cotton pieces. Her husband’s family had a longstanding men’s tailoring studio using fine fabrics they’d imported to Mexico from Europe. In 2020, Villanti collaborated with them to create her own designs, and Chava Studios was born.

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Doce 18

Visit the Indagare-reviewed store Doce 18 in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for shops, galleries, restaurants and a hotel in a cool concept experience.
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El Nuevo Mundo

Visit the Indagare-reviewed boutique crafts store Artesanias Nuevo Mundo for lively local art, jewelry, fashion and home decor with authentic flair.
Interior View - Evoke the Spirit, Punta Mita, Mexico

Evoke the Spirit

New Yorker Brittany Borjeson opened Evoke the Spirit in 2014 after living between Los Angeles and Sayulita. A standout among the throng of stores in town, this earth-toned shop is most well known for their hand-woven animal skulls, which are made by the local Huichol people. The boutique also stocks high-quality wares including Mexican blankets, ceramics and beaded jewelry. (Each bead made by the Huichol people is blessed with a prayer).

Indagare Tip: Evoke the Spirit offers workshops for pom pom making and macramé at their beachside studio. Contact our Bookings Team to set up a lesson.

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Fabrica La Aurora

Visit Fabrica la Aurora in San Miguel de Allende for an immersive shopping experience in a complex of shops, galleries and more filled with art and history.
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Galeria Ascender

Shop for art in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico at the Indagare-reviewed Galeria Ascender for fine contemporary painting and ceramics made by Mexican artists.
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Galeria NUDO

Visit the Indagare-reviewed Galeria NUDO in San Miguel de Allende to experience the work of Mexican artists both emerging and established internationally.
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Kingsley Market

Shop at the Indagare-reviewed Kingsley Market in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for hand-crafted luxury goods and accessories from local artisans.


LAGO is a Polanco favorite for clothing, accessories and home goods—all designed by a curated selection of emerging and established designers from across Latin America, including Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and, of course, Mexico.

Los Baúles de Juana Cata

This high-quality textiles and clothing boutique is beloved by Indagare staffers. It is run by Remigio Mestas Revilla, a champion of Oaxaca's artisanal weaving and design traditions. Find shawls, embroidered pieces, dresses and more (plus, the store is right next to Los Danzantes restaurant).

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Mercado de Artesanias

Visit the Indagare-reviewed Mercado de Artesanias in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, for artisan-made handicrafts and accessories, as well as delicious food.

Mercado de Artesanías de Santa María Atzompa

Mercado de Artesanías de Santa María Atzompa is a co-operative market of local potters and ceramicists located northwest of Oaxaca City.

Miku Meko Atelier

This atelier produces contemporary Oaxacan textiles and clothing like kaftans and robes.

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Mexico City's Onora boutique is stocked with unique contemporary décor and furniture, including pottery from Oaxaca and dishes from Puebla.
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Pachamama Galeria & Boutique

Perhaps the most well-known and buzzed about spot in town is Pachamama, a concept store and hotel opened by French-born, world traveler, Natalie. The store showcases incredible hand-made caftans, pillowcases, blankets and belts, all of which use eco-friendly materials. Part of the space serves as a gallery, showcasing art and movies alongside rainbow colored ribbons. Upstairs is the hippie-chic hotel Casa Love, which boasts hammocks for relaxing, brightly painted spaces and a help yourself bar.

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Perla Valtierra’s curled, swurvy ceramics have earned her products a cult-following among aesthetes the world over. Her showroom, inside a 20th century townhouse in the Juárez neighborhood, showcases her vases, plates, bowls, mugs and more.

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Piedra de Río Tiendita de Barro

This boutique sells beautiful, handmade local pottery, from vases to plates—which you can also spot on tables at the Levadura de Olla restaurant!

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Shop for unique statement jewelry with a Mexican flair at San Miguel de Allende's Indagare-reviewed studio Piedras, created by Luis Pantoja and Bill Harris.
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Read Indagare's review and shop for stylish accessories, fashion and ponchos at Recreo in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Sandra Weil

A must-visit in Mexico City's Polanco neighborhood, this boutique showcases Peruvian designer Sandra Weil’s elegant, delicate designs.


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