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Casa Fusion

Londres # 37 | entre Napoles y Dinamarca, colonia Juarez, Mexico City 04010, Mexico
+52 1 55 5511 6328
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Cool artist's collective

We stopped in to what we thought was just a shady court yard with some interesting food stands... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Kent W
A must visit for Mexico City shopping

My husband and I loved the variety, the quality, the warmth of the service, the quality of the... read more

Reviewed 29 November 2015
Nancy B
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1 week ago
“Cool artist's collective”
29 Nov 2015
“A must visit for Mexico City shopping”
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Londres # 37 | entre Napoles y Dinamarca, colonia Juarez, Mexico City 04010, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped in to what we thought was just a shady court yard with some interesting food stands. The court yard opened to an enormous old three-story house in which each room was home to a different artist's storefront. It also had a store selling...More

Thank Kent W
Reviewed 29 November 2015

My husband and I loved the variety, the quality, the warmth of the service, the quality of the handcrafts and the food court with samples of amazing foods. And the prices are remarkably affordable. We'll be back!

Thank Nancy B
Reviewed 9 September 2015

The shops at Fusion are an electic mix of artisans, herbalists, health food vendors and hip fashionistas. If you were wondering where you can buy a handmade T-shirt for an infant with Mexican national affirmations, vegan spices, a handmade pair of sunglasses carved from wood...More

1  Thank Martin K
Reviewed 23 June 2015

This place is great, you can find real design full of mexican colors, textures and options. I come here really often when my friends from abroad come to my country. I'd recommend many of the boutiques inside this lovely place near Reforma Street.

Thank torresllamas
Reviewed 14 January 2014

This house is a very nice place with lots of different little shops of designers making individual and beautiful things...it is definitely worth visiting because anybody can find something...they have clothes, shoes, accessories, food and much more. It is really easy to find since it...More

2  Thank RosaTravel
Reviewed 7 September 2013

It's a fun way to visit a bunch of cute shops full of handmade clothing, decor, jewelry, toys and more. It seems to attract a cool, young, well-off, local crowd, and we enjoyed the chance to feel like we were a part of it.

Thank parslane
Reviewed 5 July 2013

I just visited this place and it was really awesome! They have great Mexican independent design! I bought a beautiful ring, a knitted doll for my nice and a T-shirt, and had great talks with some of the designers that made what I bought! Everyone...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago
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