For years and years Mexico has had a thriving shoe culture (in terms of manufacturing) but it is not often a place one thinks of for high end shoes. More likely than not it being due to the fact that I think that many shoemakers from past generation used Mexican leathers (or South American) which is not really known for being among the best. On top of that, the last shapes were never really that appealing. They lacked that European refinement.
But I feel that things will slowly start to change, especially as this post proves that at least one person seems to be clued up to European style of shoemaking/last shapes and coloring.
The brand shown is called Atelier Amareto and is made up of a father/son duo. From what I see, I find it quite interesting how they blend colors and create new styles of design that are not often seen nor attempted. I have a feeling that this brand will grow successfully. And I can only imagine that the price will be a lot more forgiving with respects to our wonderful European counterparts. But I can’t say for sure as the website is under construction so I presume that you are interested in learning more, you can find them at one of their social media accounts