REVIEW: Boho Hunter

From Condé Nast Traveler

An indie boutique carrying high-falutin' Latin American brands

Let’s start with scale. Where are we between global flagship and neighborhood boutique?

This is an indie boutique carrying high-falutin' Latin American brands. It's eclectic and thoughtfully-curated.

What can we find here, or what should we look for?

Jewelry, handbags, accessories and home goods from primarily Latin American designers all put together by owners with impeccable taste. Other selections include jackets and robes made in Peru to chunky jewelry from Colombia.

If money’s no object, what goes in the cart?

A bag! Like a hand-painted leather clutch from Mexican designer ILKAexotics or an embroidered denim jacket from Colombian artist Paula Sarmiento under the label Las Mothers.

And … what if we’re on a strict budget?

A woven beach tote with an evil eye design by Mexican label Agua de Mar.

Who else shops here?

Tourists strolling through Wynwood and local fashion bloggers.