It’s not secret that Marrakech is one of the best shopping trips you can take from the mainland, scoring rock bottom prices on a bevy of houseware booty from lanterns and chandeliers to cookware and pottery. A bit different than your usual medina shop, part Salvadore Dali and Moroccan Alice in Wonderland, offering a medina showroom offering a collection of custom furnishings, jewelry and vintage women’s wear.
While the emphasis is on home design, Ministero del Gusto maintains an impressive collection of vintage designer fashions from Chanel, Herve Leger and Dior that are a little known gem of couture goods in the Medina.
Additionally, an on-site gallery has a number of local artists like Hassan Hajjaj, Ribka and Alrej Koleshnikov that are a staple for visiting collectors. The owners also operate a successful local design business that assist foreign buyers with renovations as well as interior design that match an evolved design aesthetic with sophisticated taste and architecture more than just silver lanterns and courtyard fountains.