Located in the trendy Condesa district in Mexico City, a uber-hip boutique offers trendy urban wear and the quintessential $100 T-shirt. Originally constructed as a showroom for the fledgling designer, actually a pair of college classmates inspired by "naco" or tacky fashion, the space recreates a typical corner grocery store with floral-painted walls, chicken-theme artwork and endless collection of kitschy one-of-a-kind T-shirts. Popular with well-sculpted Latin American celebrities and the DF model-set, the store has the added cache of being co-owned by Mexican-actor Diego Luna (Y Tu Mama Tambien).
One of the hippest urban outlets in Mexico City, be the first on your block to own a Naco T-shirt – at least before they are distributed throughout the USA and Europe through http://www.surropa.com.
Recreating the typical Mexican grocer out of a way-cool fashion franchise, the store features the hottest and latest Naco T-Shirt (including humorous and inappropriate), track suits, simple handbags and pureses as well as a collection of men and women's hoodies.