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Learn the Joy of Design by Mexican Hands


Daniela y Luis Mendoza

Fher Velazquezgonzalez

Giovanni y Vero, de Laberinto

Marco Lindberg

By Karla Ortiz


The Bazar de Diseño Alternativo, or the Alternative Design Bazaar, is a space where local designers and those from neighboring municipalities can showcase some of their work and creativity. Since 2013, it has been held every two months in different parts of the city.

This bazaar wants to be the first design platform to change public attitudes about Mexican design and promote new talent. The aim to is generate confidence among consumers, to motivate interest in changing from industrially made objects, and to see value in items made by artisans, as well as show consumers that by consuming this type of product, they are supporting the economy of young entrepreneurs. Some of these entrepreneurs are even looking for ways to improve the quality of the environment by creating natural, organic, chemical-free, and health-promoting products. At this bazaar, you can take home quality products made entirely by hand in México.

The Mexican origins of the Alternative Design Bazaar can be noticed from the moment one sees the poster, the logo, the entrance adorned with mojigangas, and, above all, the inspirations from Mexican culture and traditions. It’s a completely casual and pet-friendly event, full of fashion, design, music, and cuisine. At the recent Easter Week edition of the Bazaar, held at the Centro Cultural Allende, around 50 brands by past exhibitors from different parts of the country, ranging from México City to Guadalajara, Aguascalientes, León, Guanajuato, Puebla, and San Miguel de Allende, showed their products for three days.


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