With its antique fairs, vintage shops, amazing local leather, and trendy design shops, Buenos Aires has always been a city with a great variety for shopping. But there was something missing in the local scene to bring together the best high quality Argentine design, and the new Buenos Aires designer shopping haven, Editor Market, has done just that. With two stores, one on the corner of Corrientes Avenue and San Martín, and on the corner of Nicaragua and Dorrego in Palermo, this innovative department store is THE place to go both to browse, people watch and purchase.
Editor Market’s downtown store, which opened late in 2015 was the first department store in the city and is divided into nine floors, each offering unique and top quality products that are not just about filling up on stuff, but about adding beauty, comfort, creativity and practicality to every day life.
The ground floor is a great place to begin or end your visit, with a café the prides itself on the quality of its coffee as well as on its latte art, and also offers some great options for a snack or light take away lunch. Then, from the first to the third floor there are cosmetics, accessories, shoes and a beautiful architectonic display to highlight the carefully crafted designer clothes for women. Plus, touch screen technology allows you to access product information regarding prices and available sizes.
Men’s ware comes next, on the fourth floor, and then, three floors dedicated to furniture, interior design and amazing accessories for the home. Finally, if you’re shopping in Buenos Aires for a designer bike, toys or books, then on the ninth floor you will be one step closer to heaven.
The full list of designers that Editor Market works with is available here. We specially love the Monochrome bikes, the Fueguia designer scents and La Feliz lights (we are photographers after all!). Stop by Editor Market if you’re a picky shopper, if you’re a design enthusiast, if you want great coffee or if you just want to sartorialize with your camera for a while.
CORRIENTES 503, ESQ. SAN MARTÍN
TELEPHONE: +54 11 5256 2575
DORREGO 2133, ESQ. NICARAGUA
TELEPHONE: +54 11 2153 0031