It is located in a beatifully restored 19th-century building on Calle Tacuba, a street known for its perfumeries since the 1930s.
For designer Alejandro Curi, a great design must necessarily be both sustainable and intuitive. His products, sold under the brand name Guma, are both.
Buy some grapes, pack a suitcase and take care choosing the color of your underwear are just three traditions with which you can kick off the new year.
The small ex-mining town of Tlalpujahua is found just across the border from México state in Michoacán and is famous for its Christmas tree ornaments.
This year has been fruitful for Mexican shows on Netflix, but now comes something different: fantasy, horror and adventure with some black comedy.
British artist’s work varies in form and format, but has one thing that unites it. They are books.
Drumbeat, dancers transport visitors back to the time of human sacrifices at this temple just northwest of Mexico City.
This year’s Urban Art Show, which will run for two weeks, boasts the work of over 20 different urban artists from around Mexico.
The Monument to the Revolution in Mexico City’s Tabacalera neighborhood, close to the historical center, is a striking building that commemorates the event.
Frutland is a family-run business that started 24 years ago from a desire to make use of the huge excess of guava in Calvillo, Aguascalientes.
Ten years ago chemical engineering student Iliana Loza began making soaps at home after finding that non-natural products dominated the market.
What began because of the 2015 James Bond film Spectre has now taken on a form of its own in Mexico City.
Mezcal brand Sombra found that mixing the solid and liquid waste that come from producing mezcal with local soil makes great adobe bricks.
Say the words “Riviera Nayarit” and your mind will likely conjure up thoughts of surfing beaches, secluded bays and water sports. But polo?
Tour for nature lovers includes birdwatching, lunch by local chefs and hopes of seeing an axolotl in the wild.
The creation of a pizzeria with a social empowerment focus was an organic and natural one for Alejandro Souza. “Innovation FULL STORY
Designers are looking to put Mexico on the map in terms of design and architecture, showing Mexican work to be new, fresh and truly inspiring.
Free tortas were given away as part of a “tortathon” to raise awareness about the eviction of Torta Robles.
When many people think of Los Cabos what generally comes to mind is glitz, glamour and all-inclusive hotel options accompanied by luxury excursions.
Once a vibrant mining town, Real de Catorce saw its peak in the 19th century with a population of 15,000 dedicated to mining silver.
A generations-old tradition of making beautiful bags from maguey fibers lives on in isolated villages in the mountains of Chiapas.
Mesquite is widely known as a tree but its beans are also the source of a highly nutritious flour that is gaining popularity as a superfood.
His father’s love of wine first got Mauricio Ruiz Cantú interested in the winemaking process. Now he and his partner have two labels.
An ingenious rainwater harvesting system developed by a Mexico City organization is helping the most marginalized communities have access to clean water.
Seniors in Santo Domingo Tonalá have found community within a zumba beat through the efforts of a non-profit support group.