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Artist Frida Kahlo's clothing on display in Mexico City Opening this week at the Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico City, an exhibition of clothing and jewelry belonging to Mexican artist and style icon Frida Kahlo. Appearances Can Be Deceiving: The Dresses of Frida Kahloexplores the late artist's relationship with and influence on fashion, displaying...leer mas
Travel Weekly: Mexico Boutique Hotels adds Baja property The latest addition to the Mexico Boutique Hotels collection is Rancho Las Cruces, a 36-room hotel on the Sea of Cortes. The family-owned hotel is 30 miles southeast of La Paz on the Baja Peninsula. The intimate 1950s-era hideaway, decorated in Mexican colonial style, once was...leer mas
Travel Daily News: Mexico Boutique Hotels exclusively adds members-only Rancho Las Cruces to its curated collection MEXICO - Mexico Boutique Hotels, offering a “Curated Collection for the Discerning Traveler,” has recently added a first to its list of truly delightful properties: Rancho Las Cruces, a beautiful 1950s-era hideaway that was—until now—limited exclusively to members of its elite club....leer mas