Whether you are looking for locally made clothing or artisanal crafts for your home, there is a wide range of boutiques for every age, style, and taste, making the city a true treasure chest for shoppers. These eight design stores in Mexico City are go-to spots that will always leave you wanting to spend more.
Found in the creative Roma neighborhood, this design store showcases a variety of brands and products that have an identity of their own. Here you can buy anything from streetwear and practical items to pieces from up-and-coming Mexican artists.
Valladolid 55-B, Roma Norte
At this miniature boutique in Condesa, the clothes are colorful and expressive, with wild patterns and unique forms. The founders, originally from Venezuela, have created designs that seek to reflect lightness and joy, inspired by their world travels.
Atlixco 71, Condesa
This unique concept store found in Roma features both local and international objects. It is colorful, light, and anything but solemn. Hi-BYE does not resemble any other store in Mexico City, and there is always something new to be found.
Frontera 105 Bis, Roma Norte
Acting as a platform to showcase the diversity of independent Mexican and international designers, Ikal is a concept store found on one of CDMX’s most upscale avenues—Masaryk. You can find anything from handcrafted jewelry and clothing to furniture.
Av. Pdte. Masaryk 340A, Polanco
This two-story building in Polanco is filled with high-quality design items made by more established Mexican and Latin American designers. The products range from home items to accessories that are ideal for both men and women.
Av. Pdte. Masaryk 310, Polanco
Located in Polanco, this shop is an ode to the beauty of Mexican crafts. Its highly curated selection of home decorations, accessories, and hand-made textiles represents tradition while adding modern touches.
Lope de Vega 330, Polanco
This concept store located inside Hotel Carlota in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood is a mecca for Mexican design. The products include exceptional collections of jewelry, art, fashion, furniture, decoration, and publications.
Río Amazonas 73, Cuauhtémoc
The Tamayo Museum’s store is one of the city’s most beautiful. It sells objects from different Mexican designers, a large selection of books from independent publishing houses, and one of the best views of Chapultepec Forest.
Paseo de la Reforma 51, Bosque de Chapultepec
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