Whether you’re hitting the beach, the pool or hosting a summer BBQ, do it in style with new items from our Bazaar del Mundo Shops! We’ve got brightly colored unique accessories, clothing and home items — all perfect for summer.
Fashionable totes made from recycled plastic are great for packing sunscreen, towel, a book or any other summer essentials.
Handwoven African Bowls
Handmade in Rwanda by local artisans, these intricately woven bowls are made of carefully dyed sisal fibers and sweet grass. Style on a shelf or add to your coffee table for a globally inspired feel. Each piece comes with information about the weaver and every purchase helps create opportunities for men and women across Africa.
Vintage Hand Painted Champagne Glasses
Celebrate in style with brightly colored champagne flutes. Delicately hand painted in India, these items are sure to add a pop of color to any party.
These funky bags are multicolored and multipurpose! These bags are ideal for holding everything you need for a day at the beach or a fun night out.
Vegan Leather Tote
Celebrate your love for animals with fun and functional animal designs! Each bag is stitched with layers of colorful faux leather, giving each character a unique style with their own personality.
Trendy Mexican Footwear
Available in a variety of designs all inspired by handicrafts, these vibrant shoes are made from jute, a natural fiber that’s breathable, making it the perfect shoe for the warm days ahead.
Bazaar del Mundo has everything you need to make this summer spectacular!
Not sure what to get mom for Mother’s Day? Show her how much she means to you with a sensational surprise from Diane Powers’ Bazaar del Mundo Shops.
Get inspired with our Top 10 Mother’s Day gift ideas or be bold and select from the hundreds of other awesome items in our one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques. Here are some top picks for 2019:
This is the perfect gift for the mom who likes to entertain. She can add color to the family dining table with a beautiful spring-themed Lazy Susan.
Brighten her day with sun-splashed wall art. These unique pieces are made of metal and come in a variety of shades and designs.
Find a beautiful selection of vibrant wood frames by Wisconsin artist Michael Macone that make the picture-perfect gift. Because what mom doesn’t love having framed photos of her favorite child?
Gal on the Go
For the mom on the go, she’ll dig these Mona B bags made from upcycled military tarps and tents, and other whimsical burlap totes. Check them out in the Ariana Shop.
Pamper your mom with decorative Otomi pillows. Made from hand-embroidered fabric, these stunning styles were made fashionable by the indigenous people of Mexico and will prove popular with moms from around the world.
Mom will feel glamorous draped in dazzling Swarovski crystal jewelry. Stun her with a beautiful necklace and make her the shining star of the day.
Make a big splash with mom by giving her a charming mug, soap dish, wall art or other collectible or wearable item adorned with a magical mermaid. After all, you’re never too old to dream about being a wave-riding sea nymph.
For the gourmet mom who knows her way around the kitchen, discover a smorgasbord of cookbooks, table linens and cookware to make those perfect meals taste even better.
If mom is a trendy fashionista, then your gift of a pair of Liverpool jeans or sporty top will always be in high style.
What’s your mom’s spirit animal? Spectacular Oaxacan hand-carved and hand-painted animals are available in all strips, shapes and sizes. These fanciful and mystical wooden figures – ranging from hummingbirds to owls and coyotes to wild cats – will make mom roar with laughter and howl at the moon.
From cool cookware and stylish accessories to one-of-a-kind clothing and art pieces, Bazaar Del Mundo has a vast array of Mother’s Day gifts that will make her feel extra special and extremely loved.
Rich Array of Southwestern Art, Jewelry and Crafts Showcased at Bazaar del Mundo’s Annual Santa Fe Marketplace0
Fall fashions are going south – Southwestern that is. The world’s biggest designers have been including western details in their new collections for fall, incorporating bold hues of turquoise, tan, orange and brown into their designs. Luckily for San Diego, the best of the Southwest – including Native American jewelry, art and crafts – will be on display and for sale at Bazaar del Mundo’s annual Santa Fe Marketplace, Friday through Sunday, September 21-23.
Transformed into a vibrant outdoor marketplace, Bazaar del Mundo (located at 4133 Taylor Street in Old Town) will overflow with exquisite collections of authentic Native American jewelry, art, crafts and décor from Navajo, Cherokee, Hopi, Pima, Isleta Pueblo and Santo Domingo Pueblo tribe members, along with other noted Southwestern artists demonstrating and selling their goods.
Visitors can take in dazzling sterling silver and multi-stone inlaid jewelry made with stunning turquoise, coral and other exotic stones, hand-woven Zapotec pillows and rugs, leather accessories, fetishes, storytellers, Pendleton blankets and more. Guests will also enjoy daily musical entertainment and feast on mouth-watering Mexican cuisine for sale at the otherwise free event, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Returning to this year’s festival, pawn trader Art Quintana will appraise visitors’ fine Indian jewelry and family heirlooms (up to two pieces each). With 30 years in the Native American jewelry business, Quintana’s collection of traditional and contemporary necklaces, bracelets, rings, bolo ties, concho belts, earrings, beadwork and more, offers a treasure trove of items he has discovered in pawn shops throughout the Southwest.
Other artists include:
- Anomaly Imports offers a huge selection of hand-woven Zapotec rugs, blankets, runners and more in glorious colors.
- John Balloue’s vibrant acrylic and mixed media paintings are held in many private and public collections, including the Cherokee Museum in Tahlequah, Oklahoma; the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC; the SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico; and the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.
- Federico, a celebrity-favorite jewelry designer whose stunning turquoise creations have been worn by Ali McGraw, Christie Brinkley, Elle McPherson and more.
- Al Joe, whose contemporary Navajo-style sterling silver jewelry won him I.A.C.A.’s Artist of the Year in 2001 and 2009.
- Bill King with collections of authentic Mata Ortiz pottery, a centuries-old art form renowned for its hand-painted geometric and ancestral symbols.
- Charlene & Frank Reano, a husband and wife team from the Santa Domingo Pueblo who specialize in handmade mosaic/inlay jewelry using methods that have been passed down by the famed Reano family for generations.
- Kim Yubeta uses vintage beads from far-off lands made of turquoise, coral, lapis, spiny oyster, amber, jet and onyx to fashion her necklaces that show in galleries throughout the Southwest.
This just in! We have got some new bold, fun pieces we can’t wait to share with you. Our owner, Diane Powers, recently went on a buying trip across the world to find exotic, vibrant items to bring to our Shops.
Hoping to spice up your wardrobe? Want to add some flair to your home? Here is a sneak preview of some of her fabulous finds. Keep an eye out on them in our Shops – you do not want to miss these!
The perfect addition to any room, these embroidered pillows come in a variety of colors and designs – collect them all!
Hand-painted and made of ceramic, this lamp can brighten up any room!
We are thrilled to have these beautiful pieces of glass art in Our Shops! In a fun design, these will add brilliant color to your home. Grab yours soon!
Both stylish and versatile, this basket tote from Africa is your new go-to accessory. A summer time essential, this bag can be paired with a sun dress and sandals for those fun days at the beach or park!
Add some fun to the kitchen! Complete with serving utensils, whip out this wooden tray for your next dinner party. The floral motif makes this piece stand out on a table scape.
What a find! Made all the way in Africa, these giraffes are made of recycled flip flops. Score the complete family!
Looking for a pop of color to add to your space? This unique chair will add pizazz to any room. We love the gorgeous embroidery and funky color palette.
Art is in bloom at Bazaar Del Mundo as the talented Teresita Garrido brings joy to customers with her beautiful paper flowers. This intricate craft has been passed down many generations as Teresita learned it from her mother as a young girl. Today, Teresita has not only continued her mother’s legacy at Baazar Del Mundo – she’s shared this art with her children and grandchildren as well!
Teresita was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. In 1984, she and her mother ventured away from Tijuana and eventually found a home at Bazaar Del Mundo where Teresita made flour tortillas at Casa de Pico while her mother created stunning paper flowers that she sold to passersby. After her mother passed away, Diane Powers – owner and operator of Bazaar Del Mundo – asked Teresita to continue the beautiful tradition of making paper flowers and help her mother’s legacy live on!
As Teresita’s paper flower business became a fan favorite, she knew she had to use high-quality materials to make the most vibrant and detailed flowers possible.
“My favorite paints to create the pollen are from Guadalajara. It’s these extra touches that give my flowers the lifelike quality people love so much,” Garrido said. After making countless flowers, Teresita found the strongest wire was from Tijuana and the most flexible the paper was from Australia.
“I am so grateful and blessed to have been able to raise five children and seven grandchildren with this amazing family tradition,” Garrido said. Her children – and now grandchildren – enjoy the art of paper flower making and the craft of making piñatas!
Just as nature changes with the seasons, Teresita creates the perfect flowers for every occasion. In December, you can find Teresita making bright red poinsettias. For Dia de los Muertos, Teresita has marigolds ready for order. You can also find Teresita’s flowers in the beautiful courtyard at the Bazaar Del Mundo Shops every Thursday through Sunday, as well as on display at each of our Bazaar Del Mundo restaurants including Casa de Bandini, Casa de Pico, Casa Guadalajara and Casa Sol y Mar.
What’s your favorite fiesta? If you’re like us at the Bazaar del Mundo Shops and Restaurants – Cinco de Mayo tops the list!
For our followers who want to celebrate this festive holiday at home, our “Cinco in a Box” contest will help! One lucky winner will take home a beautiful Cinco-themed package filled with margarita glasses, Cinco décor, salsa and more, plus a $50 dining certificate to Casa Sol y Mar.
To enter, visit our Instagram account (@bazaardelmundo) and tag a friend you’d like to spend Cinco de Mayo with on the official contest post, and be sure you’re both following us.
We will randomly select and announce the winner on Friday, May 4!
Looking to add to your spring and summer wardrobe? Visit Bazaar del Mundo today to shop exotic new pieces, including handbags, earrings and keychains, while supporting Thailand’s local artisans. Each accessory was designed and created in Thailand by disabled women who are part of a free-trade organization.
Scroll through the galleries below to see some of the unique accessories available for purchase.
Keys & Things
From one-of-a-kind folk-art pieces, to delicious authentic cuisine, Bazaar del Mundo has something for everyone. Treat yourself, then treat yourself AGAIN at our Shops and restaurants with two of our favorite promotions!
Love shopping? You’ll love it even more during Shop & Feast. From now until May 24, spend at least $50 at any (or a combination of) our Shops and receive a coupon for a delicious meal at our neighboring sister restaurant, Casa Guadalajara! See below for full details.
REALLY love shopping? Our Frequent Shopper Rewards Card was designed for our most loyal customers. Receive a punch in your card for every $50 you spend at our Shops. Once the card is full, you get a $50 merchandise credit toward your next purchase!
Consuela derives its name from the Spanish verb consolar, meaning “to console, comfort or uplift.” The brand’s collection of handbags and accessories captures the essence of this philosophy, while reflecting each customer’s individual style.
Consuela’s mission is to encourage and uplift you on your journey. Designs are purposefully “unmatched,” combining unexpected colors, textures and patterns. Each product is a work of art, representing the beauty and singularity in each of us. Signature styles include:
Cross Body Bags
This petite purse, with a long cross-body handle, is ideal for your next music festival, coffee date, or when you just want to keep the weight of the world off your shoulders! Keep your keys, wallet and cell phone in one adorable and easily accessible place.
This bag is the most versatile style in the collection. There is one large open compartment and one large zipper compartment – perfect for holding all your essentials and your laptop or favorite books. Use the built-in lanyard to make sure you never lose your keys again!
This incredibly roomy bag is a more compact version of the “Grande” tote. An open slide pocket and a small zippered pocket make for the perfect place to stash your cell phone and keys.
Stop by Bazaar del Mundo today to get your hands on one of these funky and trendy bags!
It’s a new year, new color for 2018. Pantone, the organization that predicts color trends for brands and products, named Ultra Violet as its “Color of the Year.” According to Pantone, shades of purple are known to display artistic brilliance, which is the perfect way to describe the amazing crafts found at the Bazaar del Mundo Shops.
You’d be hard pressed to find anyone in San Diego who loves vibrant color more than Diane Powers. That love is reflected throughout her Bazaar del Mundo Shops and Restaurants, home and personal style.
At the Shops, you’ll find items for your home, wardrobe and more in this year’s hot purple hue, all supporting artisans from Guatemala, Mexico, India and beyond.
Pieces for the home include hand-woven napkins and table cloths from Guatemala, embroidered table décor from India and hand-painted Mexican crosses. Hand-woven napkins come in colorful striped prints with hints of purple as well as solid purple for those who want to fully embrace the color of the year. Beautiful embroidered table runners from India with hints of gold achieve a royal finish, and the beautiful selection of hand-painted Mexican crosses add pops of color to the wall in all sorts of purple hues.
Liven up your wardrobe with the addition of purple MyWalits, vibrant, two-tone leather wallets from Italy, handwoven backpacks from Guatemala, embroidered Mexican tops for girls and women and hand-painted silk scarves from locally based Dan Dee Silks. Dan Dee Silk’s scarves come in several hues of purple and pair perfectly with simple tops or dresses to make a bold statement.
Ready to embrace 2018’s “Color of the Year?” Come find new inspiration for your home, wardrobe and beyond at Bazaar del Mundo!