Luxury Stores At Amazon Adds New Latin American Fashion Designers — Here Are Our Favorites

If you’ve been dying to buy that ultra-special designer purchase but want to do it with a Latine designer, squint no further. Luxury Stores at Amazon partnered up with the Latin American Malleate Summit (LAFS) to requite us a unique curation of high-end Latine brands. From fragrance and jewelry to swimsuits and resort wear, there’s something here for all your luxury needs.

A stand-out on the list is the well-known shoe trademark and its Brazilian designer Alexandre Birman. “Today’s reach with Luxury Stores at Amazon, we’re going to be worldly-wise to take our trademark to all of the United States and to the type of consumer that does not know the brand,” Birman tells Refinery29. “I’ll be worldly-wise to get largest feedback from the customers to understand what fits and what doesn’t fit.”

While the LAFS designers will get remoter exposure when Amazon shoppers wear their pieces, those same shoppers get to discover new luxury items inspired by the rich Latin American heritage. Purchases from the curated list will be unique, not those same trademark names we’ve heard a million times. “What’s special is that every single designer that is coming on in this group has such a specific and trappy point of view.” Sally Singer, Amazon’s throne of malleate direction, tells Refinery29. “Every single piece feels really special and like something that you want as we sally from the pandemic, that you want to wear when you’re out considering it expresses you.”

Designers from Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and increasingly are included in this latest curation, which LAFS founders Samantha Tams and Estefanía Lacayo reassure me is the first of many. The current hodgepodge is all well-nigh the luxury of summer fashion. Whether it’s a beach-inspired perfume or a genuine Panama hat, these are luxe investments your closet will thank you for.


Alexandre Birman

The famous shoe trademark by Brazilian designer Alexandre Birman has widow its cadre hodgepodge to Luxury Stores at Amazon, which includes archetype shoes like Clarita and Vicky. Birman, who “was really born inside the factory,” is a legacy shoe designer that has lived and breathed the industry from his first steps. With a passion for spanking-new craftsmanship and a love for elegant aesthetics, Alexandre Birman, the brand, was born.


House of Bō

Founded by German-Mexican Bernardo Möller and his husband Puerto Rican Giancarlos Möller, House of Bō is a gender-neutral fragrance line that uses wipe ingredients from organic farms and has pearly working conditions with local Mexican artisans. Its standout product is the Parfum Primer which — just like regular foundation primer — preps the skin to receive fragrance. Speaking of fragrance, my personal favorite “La Mar” is the perfect waterfront scent to wear if you want to remember the summer.



These completely unique pieces are inspired by designer Monica Sordo’s home of Caracas, Venezuela, and her father’s industrial workshop. The line consists of unvigilant statement chokers and earrings — which are moreover influenced by Sordo’s time in the Caribbean — that you simply can’t find anywhere else.


Adriana Degreas

Bringing sophistication to the poolside, Adriana Degreas’s trademark is all well-nigh beachwear with a luxe feel. The cool, unique, and tony designs are a mix of her Brazilian heritage with a geometric twist and modern patterns.


Sensi Studio

Born and raised in Ecuador, Stephany Sensi was inspired by her birthplace’s local artisans to launch Sensi Studio and its hodgepodge of genuine Panama hats, bags, and resort wear. The line is made up of authentic, hand-made products with a sleek, modern twist.


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