Its otherwise up-to-date shop window contains an antique fashion plate, with the store’s picturesque interior columns and wooden counter visible in the drawing.
The shop was founded in December of 1896 by Bienvenido Viñales of Zaragoza. It has remained a family business and today is run by members of the family’s fourth generation. Among its accolades are a certificate from the Chamber of Commerce and another from the International Children’s and Youth Fashion Fair.
The current owner, Ángel Viñales, maintains a collection of period advertisements –which tell of raffles for balloons and dolls which were given to the customers– as well as a long list of fashionrelated articles: baskets, wrappers, baptism dresses, linens, school pinafores, trouser suits, hats and even clothes for charity.
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