Because of its rich history and its gardens, we have been inspired to suggest a very endearing site in Mexico as our proposal for spring-summer 2017.The “Desierto de los Leones” National Park was once the site of the Barefoot Carmelite Order’s first convent in Mexico in the early XVII century. Construction began in 1605, with Friar Andres de San Miguel as head architect and engineer. The convent was indeed large. It consisted of the main cloister, cells, library, kitchen, guest quarters, and laundry; surrounded by close to four thousand acres of woods. It held 26 people. Among them four who,...
Artisan Ricardo Medina and his family are featured in the GLCO's Spectacle 5 magazine. Get a glimpse of their life in the southern hills of Mexico City here!
Erin of calivintage.com is hosting a giveaway of a pair of Ricardo Medina shoes this week! Enter to win by visiting her blog!
Ricardo Medina's handmade shoes were featured during Fashion Week Mexico City 2005 to accompany Leon Felipe's Fall/Winter 2006 collection. The lovely hand-woven Botas Tejidas and a longer version of the Argollas were amongst the favorites.