Void = Fashion + Design + History

In Architecture & Design by Isabella Moreno

Void is a paradise of collectors and trendsetters in Mexico City created by Olympia Macorra and Salvador Sahagún. This boutique is located in the heart of the Condesa District inside a 1930’s art deco house. The love and passion for fashion, design and the value of the objects is the inspiration behind this shop. Void is where you can get unique pieces in the city and it is a reflection of many trips to Japan, France, the United States and South Africa gathered in one point in the magical Mexico City. All of this is what creates a space that offers vintage and luxury clothing and accessories that tell a story and are likewise part of fashion and design history.

The interior space and architectural drift inside the store takes you through the historic stages: by periods and styles. You can find Chanel and Hermes pieces including tweed coats and skirts sharing space with Birkin and other French-supplied works of art that will leave you shaking if you are a design and fashion lover. You will also pass by accessories and parts of the American cowboy style as well as a room dedicated to the great bands of history, which is a room full of Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam, The Doors, Rolling Stones, and of course The Ramones t-shirts. Going further you will find yourself surrounded by Saint Laureny, Prada and Balmain coexisting with Louis Vuitton and Pierre Cardin. You will be pleasantly surprised by finding pieces that you can’t access in other places from over the country. It is a treasure to find this shop and above all to continue to regenerate the dialog with pieces that created an important historical and social context in the planet and human history.



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