Returning to the road in New Mexico in pursuit of making art.
SINCE LAUNCHING HER namesake firm in 1995, American designer Kelly Wearstler has been at the vanguard of bold, multilayered, and provocative design. From residential to hospitality, commercial to retail — her expressions of beauty are globally recognized and countlessly awarded. Here she shares her exclusive list of must-sees in Mexico’s capital city, famed for its rich aesthetic heritage and vibrant culture (with a few bonus recommendations in Jalisco’s Tlaquepaque!).
Kelly Wearstler, founder and principal of Kelly Wearstler design studio, is an American designer creating multi-faceted, experiential residential, hospitality, commercial and retail environments as well as expansive collections of lifestyle product designs and brand collaborations. Wearstler is internationally recognized with distinctive design awards – including Architectural Digest’s AD 100; Elle Décor’s The A-List; Wallpaper Magazine’s Top 20 Designers; and Time Magazine’s The Design 100. She is the author of five design books.
Karina Spritze is a luxury brand consultant and content creator based in Los Angeles. Her world travels and close observations of consumer behavior and cultures have made her a conceptual visionaire.
Brian Bowen Smith is an American commercial and fine-art photographer known for his celebrity portraits. He was mentored by Herb Ritts, who helped him discover his own personal photographic style.
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