Malbec. In Argentina it’s abundant, delicious and relatively cheap. When in Buenos Aires it’s necessary, nay, obligatory to drink some of that velvety good stuff. Although I'm not opposed to drinking alone (that’s normal, right?), you’re probably going to want some good company while enjoying a nice bottle of fine Argentine red wine. Since it’s unacceptable to show up to a wine bar in Buenos Aires without pants (seriously guys, wear pants) I'm going to give you some men's style advice and break down a few outfits that capture the body, mind, spirit and style of that wine you order.
Wondering what Buenos Aires shopping scene is famous for? Being a closed economy with very few international designers and brands, the city has a vibrant local design scene. There's a huge number of local up and coming designers in clothing, leather handbags, jewelry, shoes that have all your wardrobe needs covered, not to mention a huge number of talented artisans, who help keep Argentina's traditional crafts alive. If you want to take home a few special mementos of Buenos Aires, here are our top five must-buys when shopping in Argentina's cosmopolitan capital.
Buenos Aires is famous for its leather shoes and boots but there's one historical family-run business in particular offering a truly bespoke leather shoe service