Things to do in Santiago
You'll find an array of costume jewelry, books, and antiques.
The 96-year-old Neoclassical palace houses 2,700 canvases by Chilean and global painters.
Ona is a gold mine for one-of-a-kind Chilean keepsakes such as ox-horn necklaces, alpaca scarves, and cacique ponchos.
The Aymara, Mapuche, and Ona tribal cultures serve as inspiration for the modern clothing and jewelry at Tampu.
A collective of cutting-edge jewelers can be found across the foyer at Ají.
The store carries avant-garde clothing sold in the parlor of a 20th-century mansion.
The shop carries Juan José Soto's limited-edition men's wear (like silk-screened denims).
Javiera Munizaga's shoes (zebra-patterned flats, alligator stilettos) are favorites of the well-heeled.
When fashion-savvy Santiagans want to buy locally, they head to Kebo, for Carla Godoy's flirty skirts and kimonos
Latin America's first fashion museum. The state-of-the-art facility, bankrolled by textile scion Jorge Yarur Bascuñán, features an 8,000-piece collection spanning four centuries.
Showcasing the work of more than 300 local artists, the Museo de Artes Visuales, or MAVI, serves as a center for Chilean contemporary art.