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A Celebration of Mexican Artistry

Bazarte is a curated gathering of emerging designers, artists, and brands that make up Mexico’s vibrant contemporary art, craft, and fashion scene. The goal of this event is to highlight designers who employ local crafting techniques and traditions while helping the community and/or the environment. The promotion of local, ethical, and sustainable products is part of Grupo Vidanta's ongoing mission to support those who seek to improve the world through creativity and innovation.

The first annual Bazarte will take place on June 9th & 10th at Salum , a Tulum-inspired marketplace located at Vidanta Riviera Maya. Be on the lookout for future Bazarte events at the other Vidanta Resorts.

Salum Beachside
Eateries and Market

Vidanta Riviera Maya is debuting an amazing new attraction to transform your next vacation. Situated on the shores of the turquoise Caribbean right next to The Beach Club, Salum Beachside Eateries and Market is a vibrant village inspired by the carefree energy of Tulum, offering a casual destination for snacking, shopping, and experiencing the very best of Mexican culture.Visitors attending Bazarte can get to Salum by driving to Vidanta Riviera Maya and taking resort transportation to the bazar.

FEATURED DESIGNERS

Bazarte is proud to showcase a diverse array of Mexican designers and artists, including many who engage in socially responsible entrepreneurship, whether its through employing artisans in indigenous communities, preserving cultural traditions, or supporting local development.

Abeja Reyna

Abeja Reyna

Personal Care

In 1987, Mrs. Hilda Elba Pérez founded a company dedicated to the artisanal production and marketing of honey and its miraculous natural components. Step by step, the company grew and increased in popularity, specializing in personal care and nutritional products like creams, shampoo, conditioners, make-up removers, masks, granola, royal jelly, honey syrup and propolis, powdered honey, pollen and more.

Artezahnia Crafts

Artezahnia Crafts

Bags

This company started in 2015, with the sole purpose of continuing traditions and production techniques vanishing in Mexican culture—including, the dynamics of artisanal production. They offer handmade products of a high caliber that are modern, timless, and exclusive.

Bo Collares

Bo Collares

Pets

This company is dedicated to the design and production of dog and pet collars of all sizes. They work with men and women from all over Mexico to make handmade, authentic, and long-lasting accessories for your pet with more than six years of experience.

By Mara

By Mara

Accesories

This company takes handmade to another level. Each accessory is woven and made by hand with careful attention to the details. Accessories can be customized to suit any style, and in fact the owner loves when people identify with colors and shapes to give their dress a special touch.

Dare Creations

Dare Creations

Accesories

Distinguished by their subtle simplicity and elegance, this Mexican brand is focused on highlighting beauty with original jewelry designs using river and sea pearls from Tahiti. The name of the brand is inspired by designer Darina Jiménez Zapata who has been creating pieces for more than five years.

Denisse Kuri

Denisse Kuri

Clothing

This Mexican fashion brand creates exclusive pieces of art through the fusion of textile tradition and organic design. The brand emerged in 2010 and its mission is to preserve the tradition of native cultural textiles through empowering indigenous women and by supporting their emotional wellbeing and economic independence.

FIG Accesorios

FIG Accesorios

Accesories

A few months after the owner graduated with a degree in Psychology, she started selling crafts that couldn't be found in other boutiques in the city. This was just the beginning. Now, this company creates with a core belief and a passion to do things with a greater sense of self.

Kan

Kan

Beachwear

This company was born out of the urge to show the world the beauty of Mexico, with the main objective of promoting different ethnic cultures as well as Mexican culture around the world. Designs are created by the Paulina Hernández Carvajal from Guadalajara, Jalisco.

Kurame brand

Kurame brand

Shoes

This company seeks to bring Mexican handcrafts to any place in the world, whether it be fashion elements in footwear, accessories, or clothing with artisanal applications that reflect the diversity of Mexico.

Majo Bracamontes

Majo Bracamontes

Accesories

Memoria Mexicana

Memoria Mexicana

Home Decor

Historia de Memoria Mexicana.
Estudié gestión cultural y como casi la mayoría de los egresados no tenía trabajo, había buscado trabajar en algunos lados pero no había habido respuesta y en febrero del 2015 estaba en ENART (exposición de artesanías en Tlaquepaque) y vi los alebrijes y pensé que se le podía incrustar una memoria USB dentro del alebrije, así que compré 5 piezas y hice los primeras muestras, vi que si se podía hacer lo que quería y que había interés de las personas. A partir de eso empezó como tal el proyecto de Memoria Mexicana, buscar rescatar la artesanía dándole nuevos usos a las piezas. Pasar de algo decorativo a algo utilitario y así darle más fuerza a la piezas de los artesanos. Algo que siempre buscamos es respetar el trabajo del artesano, es decir, no imponer modelos o colores o formas de trabajar. Durante dos años solo tuvimos las memorias USB, pero a partir del 2018 hemos estado trabajando con más artesanos para generar nuevos productos y poder apoyar a más personas. En Memoria Mexicana estamos seguros que debemos cuidar, respetar y rescatar la artesanía mexicana, y una manera de hacerlo es generando nuevos productos y buscando consumidores de estas piezas.

Nana Mintsita

Nana Mintsita

Clothing

This company is made up of two amazing women—Maca and Maricarmen, daughter and mother, who are "the soul" and "the shell" of the brand. Nana Mintsita always says: "Mama corazón" in Purépecha, and that's what they are; women full of love with the purpose of spreading as much of it as possible.

Pasionarte

Pasionarte

Hats

This companies' story begins when the designer and founder Adriana Esquer decided to give her own handmade hats more personality and soul in the most natural and holistic way she could. In this way, her hats became an ideal companion for the sun, the rain, or the cold. She believes that hats speak; they talk of travel, trends, personalities, colors and cultures. They are a celebration of life through fashion.

Santego

Santego

Clothing

This Mexican brand, which began in 2014, seeks to meet the needs of extroverted and innovative customers. Its avant-garde designs propose a unique and daring style within the national and international fashion market.

Sarah Hamui Textiles

Sarah Hamui Textiles

Home Decor

In collaboration with designers Sarah Hamui and Ana Iza Castro Valle, this project integrates the indigenous craft of artisan masters from the Tzotziles, Tzeltales and Nahuas communities. Each product uses ancestral techniques through paired with modern design to create beautiful craftwork.

Temple

Temple

Hats 

TEMPLE de México is an artisanal organization with old-world production techniques based on a fair-trade community. This company supports a rich tradition of Mexican designers who can live with dignity while producing extraordinary pieces of art. Each piece is made by craftsmen using raw materials with ancestral techniques.

Venado Negro

Venado Negro

Accesories

In 2012, Eduardo met several artisans from the Wixárika community and established a friendship, which motivated him to become interested in their art and culture. Fast forward to now: this company currently works with seven Wixaritari artisans from the Arte Iyari collective to use craft and design to bolster their communities.

Virgina Ontiveros

Virgina Ontiveros

Beachwear

A 100% Mexican company created in 2012. They're dedicated to the design of beachwear that bears the name of the founder and designer: Virginia Ontiveros. With a passion for Mexican design and craft, their garments are made with the highest quality by Mexican craftsmen.

Claudio Limón

Claudio Limón

Plastic Artist

This well-known artist sees everything as a canvas. That’s what makes his art so alive. From mosaic tile, to nostalgic design, to playful portraits: he keeps pushing boundaries and himself. Come discover his art for yourself and be transported.

Fernando Sandoval

Fernando Sandoval

Plastic Artist

This visual and multidisciplinary artist already has twenty years of experience in painting, photography, sculpture, and much more under his belt. His mastery is greatly apparent in his work as he’s a true visionary. To date, he’s been invited twice by Mrs. Dolores Olmedo (patron to Diego Rivera) to showcase his work in Mexico city (in her museum), being the only living artist to recieve this honor.

Javier Enríquez

Javier Enríquez

Plastic Artist

Javier Henríquez Lara (Graphic Designer, ITESO University), Mexican multi-disciplinary designer with more than 20 years of experience, whose passion for design has taken him to explore the wide possibilities of graphic art and branding. His works has been exposed and published in Mexico, North America, Latin America and Europe. He currently directs his own studio, Henríquez Lara Estudio, which is specialized in brand construction projects. He divides his time between such activity and his work as graphic.

Joao Rodríguez

Joao Rodríguez

Plastic Artist

This astounding artist was born in 1974 in Empalme, Sonora. His artwork is bold, moving, and even abstractly emotional. He’s currently the Director of Museums and Exhibitions of the Ministry of Culture of Jalisco. Come experience the contemporary musings of his imagination.

Rocío Sáenz

Rocío Sáenz

Plastic Artist

This well known young artist has been recognized all over the world for her creativity. Her work cannot be defined because she mixes ideas from reality and her imagination seemlessly on canvas. Come experience her invisible and surreal world through her artwork.

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