Something different – Galería Patio del Liceo

An eclectic space full of shops, galleries, workshops and a lovely, lovely café. The Galería Patio del Liceo (Santa Fe Avenue 2729, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is home to many up and coming brands and independent designers very much worth checking out! 

A favorite of young porteños, especially wonderful for those looking for something unique, be that to gift to someone special or to oneself, or to help local entrepreneurs. I personally recommend to take advantage of the eccentricity of the space and get lost in it, go up the stairs or down to the basements and discover the many beautiful things this small hidden gem has to offer. 

MORTEN JOYERIA  – LOCAL 13

@mortenjoyeria

An artisanal jewelry designer, Julieta Morten begins every piece with an illustration, an idea. She then transforms it into a workable design to finally finish it on metal (either silver 925 or bronze). She describes her process as a ritual, a space to experiment and accept that sometimes ideas change and morph into something new. Her pieces evoke nature and astrology, unity and femininity, they live outside the boundaries we create to explore new spaces. 

Morten 2

Photo Credit: @mortenjoyeria

 

PERCHERO FEDERAL  – LOCAL 45

@tienda.ina.ini

Perchero Federal brings together over 20 independent brands manufactured all over the country. It aims to bring the creative output of the many, often relegated, provinces of Argentina to the forefront, selecting creatives with an eco-friendly, sustainable approach to fashion. The pieces on offer are unique or belong to small productions, all of which prioritize the use of natural fabrics and national textiles, very much an artisanal approach. Perchero Federal is a project that looks to put Argentine auteur design on the map!

INA INI

Photo Credit: @tienda.ina.ini

 

ROMANELA BO – LOCAL 13

@romanelabo

Romanela Bo is born out of the idea of dressing diverse bodies, creating pieces that will make people feel comfortable and beautiful, no judgements. She insists in not using push-ups or rings in her lingerie, encouraging her costumers to find harmony and connect with their own skin. She believes it is through attention to detail, care and sensitivity that we can accompany our bodies through it’s changes and banish insecurities from our lives. 

This is a one person brand so her stock is limited and unique. Made to order pieces are available to accommodate every fit and size. 

RomanelaBo

Photo Credit: @romanelabo

 

GREENSSHOP – LOCAL 7

@greensshop

A small yet charming store with strong minimalistic vibes and a “manufactured with pride in Buenos Aires” slogan, Greensshop offers a variety of products. From place holders to bags, ceramic mugs to sweaters, it is almost impossible to leave empty handed!

Greens

Photo Credit: @greensshop

 

CALLIS JOYERIA CONTEMPORANEA  – LOCAL 21

@callistextil

A perfect spot for those looking for local, handmade, textile jewelry, Callis offers a wide verity of shapes and styles, colors and textures. Hand sewn with expert craftsmanship and a truly original point of view using exclusively natural fabrics, it’s creator brings a new alternative to high street fashion definitely worth checking out!

Callis

Photo Credit: @callistextil

 

INDIO – LOCAL 43/44

@indioshop

Agata, self described as mother of Vicente and Amapola, owner of two cats, began this wonderful project 6 years ago. iNdio exists to house the many styles and passions of it’s creator, from vintage to kitch, local to foreign, here one can find all kinds of hidden treasures. Perfect for those looking to find unique objects and fabrics, Agata has curated the perfect hidden spot! 

INDIO

Photo Credit: @indioshop

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