Posts tagged #Buenos Aires fashion designers

In the Spotlight: Maria A Zolezzi, creative designer of contemporary Argentine knitwear label, Maydi

Argentine designer Maria A Zolezzi previously worked in Paris for twelve years for luxury designers such as Sonia Rykiel, Isabel Marant and Nick Hart among others, before returning to Buenos Aires to launch her namesake label in 2014. Deciding to focus solely on wool, her handmade collections feature striking knitwear for men and women, ranging from classic cardigans, ponchos and sweaters to more avant-garde pieces, as well as a line of beautifully soft blankets, throws, cushion covers and other artistic home textiles. Maydi values fair trade and uses all-natural fibres from Argentina such as organic merino wool, llama and baby alpaca that are all hand knitted and woven using ancestral techniques to create classic and unique pieces.

Top Tips for your Fall Wardrobe

The temperatures are dropping, the leaves are starting to turn and fall off the trees, and the window displays in Buenos Aires' boutiques have changed meaning that fall is upon us. It's time to switch over your wardrobe and look to the new autumn/winter trends for wardrobe inspiration. To give you a helping hand, here's our guide to some of our favourite fashion trends for Autumn/Winter 2017. 

What to pack for your trip to Buenos Aires

When travelling to unknown, far-flung destinations such as Buenos Aires, it's hard to know what to pack. While you want to be prepared for every occasion and weather condition and still look stylish in the process, you need to pack smart and prioritise. So if you’re planning a trip to Buenos Aires soon, here is our guide to what to pack and when.

The Buenos Aires Barrios Style Guide

If you’ve spent any time in Buenos Aires you will have noticed that Buenos Aires has a diverse mix of neighbourhoods (or 'barrios as they're called in castellano), each with its own distinct architecture, rhythm of life, style, and shopping scene. To help you navigate BA's different hoods, here’s our guide to some of the city’s most vibrant districts and what to expect while exploring and shopping in Buenos Aires.