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The Summer Playlist: Vibras De Verano

Waking up to the sounds of waves, taking a dip in the pool in the morning before going out to walk on the beach (or do a bit of surfing, whatever floats your boat), lie down in the sun with some coconut dipped in chili sauce ready for piña coladas and margaritas in the evening. We know. It sounds like a summer dream straight out of a Mexican beach. While we can't all do that just now, we can definitely listen to the music that goes along with it. We've created a playlist to get you closer to your dreams, with the ultimate summer vibes playlist.  From us to you, enjoy our Vibras de Verano / Summer Vibes playlist:   Warning:...

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PRESS RELEASE - Mexican Fashion Retailer Announces Latest Collaborations

Modern Mexican fashion retailer MEXI. Clothing has unveiled two very different new collaborations to expand its offering for Summer 2020 and beyond. The brand, founded in 2016, spent time in Camden Market in 2017, and has since partnered with restaurant and Euston mainstay Mestizo and their Mexican Market retail store.  Now, MEXI. Clothing takes on two new partnerships with Noma, a socks brand, and Shokuni, a brand of handmade bags and baskets. These collaborations continue their commitment to bringing diverse, vibrant and sustainable fashion designed in Mexico to the European market.  Noma design and manufacture distinctive and high quality socks in Mexico, and have collaborated with brands such as Coca-Cola, Jameson Whisky and Hasbro. It is a brand committed to...

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Wish you were in Mexico…

If, like us, you've done just about everything you can do in lockdown (yes, we've made bread, learned the art of cocktails, watched the National Theatre Live and even got skillshare), you're probably at the point of continously asking yourself: When Do I Get My Holiday?

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Reflections on Alfonso Cuarón's ROMA

MEXI. Clothing co-founder Natalia Albin reflects on Oscar-winning film ROMA (2018) and what it means for Mexicans.————— It’s quiet inside. Only the sound of running water is heard, complemented with imagery of soap and bubbles—making sure everything is perfect and pristine. Outside, there’s noise everywhere: an evocative memory of one of Mexico City’s central neighbourhoods. It’s everyday life and social unrest in the form of an intimate portrait of an individual life, one that most Mexicans feel they’ve lived in one way or another.

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