Map
587 Perú, Buenos Aires, , Argentina

Arguably the top fashion designer in Buenos Aires, Ramírez’s store and clothes exude a minimalist elegance that borders on the monastic (although the garments, which Ramírez designs only in black and white, are certainly more body-conscious than a monk’s robes). This year Ramírez is returning to leather after a several-year hiatus, but the vast majority of his clothing for men and women is in black silk, linen, wool, and satin, and the lines are sharp, simple, and close to the body—the kind of stuff that makes you feel greyhound sleek. The showroom—not in Palermo as one would expect, but in historic, battered San Telmo near Ramírez’s home—exhibits only a few dozen items at a time.

Close

Things to Do

Pablo Ramírez

Arguably the top fashion designer in Buenos Aires, Ramírez’s store and clothes exude a minimalist elegance that borders on the monastic (although the garments, which Ramírez designs only in black and white, are certainly more body-conscious than a monk’s robes). This year Ramírez is returning to leather after a several-year hiatus, but the vast majority of his clothing for men and women is in black silk, linen, wool, and satin, and the lines are sharp, simple, and close to the body—the kind of stuff that makes you feel greyhound sleek. The showroom—not in Palermo as one would expect, but in historic, battered San Telmo near Ramírez’s home—exhibits only a few dozen items at a time.