Gloria Cortina Takes Us Shopping in Mexico City

As 1stdibs welcomes a host of new Mexican dealers onto the site, Introspective visits a a pair of capital city galleries admired by the local interior design star, art connoisseur and nascent furniture maker extraordinaire.

by Benoît Loiseau
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Gloria Cortina Takes Us Shopping in Mexico City

Angie Hranowsky Brings a Youthful Vibrancy to Southern Interiors

The designer is helping give Charleston, long associated with traditional decorating, a hipper rep.

by Cara Greenberg
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Angie Hranowsky Brings a Youthful Vibrancy to Southern Interiors

South-of-the-Border Modernism Finds a Home in L.A.

A new show at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art contemplates the fascinating connections between the architecture and design of Southern California and Mexico in the 20th century.

by Ted Loos
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South-of-the-Border Modernism Finds a Home in L.A.

Madeline Weinrib Will Travel for Great Rugs

When it comes to sourcing vintage handwoven rugs or doing research for her own line, no destination is too far-flung for this textiles maven.

by Pamela Fiori
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Madeline Weinrib Will Travel for Great Rugs

Juan Montoya’s Interiors Won’t Get Lost in Translation

The legendary Colombian-born designer is forging ahead with tony projects, home decor lines and language study to keep up with his international clientele.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Juan Montoya’s Interiors Won’t Get Lost in Translation

Michelle Nussbaumer Shares Her Exuberant Interiors

The globe-trotting Dallas designer and shopkeeper likes to go big and exotic. In her first book, she shows off her “more is more” sensibility.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Michelle Nussbaumer Shares Her Exuberant Interiors

Mexico’s Suddenly Stylish Colonial Coast

A cast of international newcomers is restoring and reinventing the centuries-old homes of Mérida and the Yucatán Peninsula.

by Philip Alvaré
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Mexico’s Suddenly Stylish Colonial Coast

Frida in Bloom

An enthralling exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden explores Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's passion for the flora and fauna of her native country through a selection of her artwork and a stunning recreation of the garden she cultivated at her Mexico City home, Casa Azul.

by Jane Garmey
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Frida in Bloom

Le Minimalist

Hip hotels in Mexico, luxe restaurants in Paris, stores for Alexander Wang and Rick Owens: this French interior designer Joseph Dirand and his sleek, graphic aesthetic is very much in demand.

by Ian Phillips
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Le Minimalist
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