The Warlock At Your Service T-shirt and Sweater

The Warlock At Your Service T-shirt, Hoodie, Longsleeve Tee, And Sweater

The Warlock At Your Service T-shirt In San Miguel de Allende, it was just sunset, and a delightful desert chill had descended on the colorful cobbled town. Here, in the heart of the central highlands of Mexico, I went to the home workshop of Sonora-born hat designer, Alejandra “Suki” Armendariz. After sharing cross-country cocktails at the rooftop bar, Bekeb was led by her partner, celebrity mixologist Fabiola Padilla, my friends and I walked uphill to her studio. Yes, just a few blocks away. Hoping for the breeze, we passed the thick wooden doors of a modest facade to the studio, an underground room with tattered cowboy saddles, geometric flannel shirts, and antique silver and turquoise metal belts. Norteño music plays from the speakers as Armendariz pulls a beer from the fridge.

She uncapped the bottle with her dusty leather boots and handed it to me; A smile swept across her face at her trick as congratulatory applause rang across the room. Between sips of her beer, Armendariz tells me how she opened her home studio 4 months ago as a way for visitors to San Miguel de Allende to learn about traditional cowboy culture and customs. of the area and The Warlock At Your Service T-shirt! Wearing an all-black sombrero of her design and jet-black pants secured by a thick leather belt with a gold buckle, Armendariz explains how she likes to use one of three materials to create her hat: Bolivian wool, Mexican rabbit fur, and Mexican palm leaves. In bespoke experiences that aren’t too different from the ones my friends and I currently enjoy, she even teaches guests how to create their own hats, with the option to have a similar experience. more creative by shaping and steaming the brim.