• Latin American beatnik inspired concept store in the heart of Miami's Art District
  • Browse handmade contemporary jewelry, leather goods, clothing and textiles
  • Discover authentic treasures with incredible craftsmanship and chic aesthetic

Miami has always been a hub for Latin American travelers. And now that Latin destinations from Punta Del Este and Trancoso to Tulum are on everybody’s travel hit list, demand for the glam fashions of those destinations is at an all-time high. Enter Boho Hunter, set in the heart of Miami’s Design District and close to both Wynwood’s art scene and Downtown’s destination museums. An all-in-one source for the best in Latin American fashion design owned by a quartet of Latin expats (from Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela), the airy, white-walled space fits in nicely with Wynwood’s nearby galleries and features a similarly “curated” POV. Boho Hunter’s owners are committed to both discovering and touting Latin up-and-comers; they carry mostly handmade, contemporary jewelry, leather goods, clothing, and textile pieces from across the Americas. Stylish buys include new takes on traditional Panama hats from Ecuador’s Allpa Hats; sturdy, colorful Oaxacan bags by Petate; and light-as-air cover-ups by Antilope, from Colombia.

Boho Hunter is located in Wynwood. Just head down NW 2nd Avenue until you hit 27th Street and you’ll see it on the corner. The store is in a grey concrete building, with a very distinct doorway, covered with stylish blue circles.

​​BOHO HUNTER: 184 NW 27th St.; 786-558-4486;