Spanish Fashion

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During your visit to Madrid you should not miss a few stops at the most representative shops of Spanish fashion. Because there's nothing we like more than to brag about being a fashion traveller. Wouldn't you love to be able to answer "on my last visit to Madrid" to those who ask you about your look? 

From Balenciaga and Custo to Desigual and Loewe, Spanish fashion has made a name for itself across the globe, with both its haute couture and prêt-à-porter collections.

However, it’s in the franchise segment that Spain has reached unprecedented milestones, particularly in the case of Inditex Group. Quality for reasonable prices is the formula for ZaraPull & Bear or Bershka, where men and women of all ages can pick up a bargain.

Thanks in part to TV series like Sex and the City, Spanish shoe designer Manolo Blahnik has become a household name. Drop by at his store on Calle Serrano to see his latest designs.

Manolo Blahnik

Las Salesas, Triball and Chueca

Barrio de Las Salesas has a more bohemian feel than Barrio de Salamanca, while Triball and Chueca offer alternative fashion styles, some by young local designers.

The Ailanto store, owned by Bilbao's twin brothers Iñaki and Aitor Muñoz; the designer Lemoniez's space and the Dolores Promesas store are worth a visit, while in calle Clavel we can enter one of the three spaces that Madrid designer Eduardo Rivera has in Madrid.

Lander y Urquijo is located at 23 calle Fernando VI, between the districts of Chueca and Chamberí.

Other options in this extensive area are Jorge Vázquez (Orellana, 12), Jorge Acuña (Almiramte, 11), Juanjo Oliva (Justiniano, 14), Moisés Nieto (Pelayo, 48) and García Madrid (Corredera Baja de San Pablo, 26).

Lander Urquijo


In the barrio de Chamberí we can find Patch, Curro Ariza, Elena Benarroch's atelier and the shops of Leyre Valiente (Gonzalo de Córdoba, 7) or Miguel Marinero (Calle de Zurbano, 37).

Conde Duque and Malasaña

Both Conde Duque and Malasaña are synonymous with made-in-Spain fashion. Here you’ll find only one-of-a-kind, handmade clothes, instead of mass-produced items.

In Conde Duque, peSeta by Laura Martínez makes textile products, including handbags, with fabrics from all over the world. Valentín Alonso, at shop/workshop Taller Puntera, offers stylish leather accessories like bags, wallets, etc.

La Intrusa is located in the barrio de Malasaña, with clothes and accessories created by young talents such as Lady Desedia, La Mouchette, Yono Taola, Santa Mistura, among others.


For the best of the best Spanish luxury fashion, Barrio de Salamanca is your destination. Hannibal Laguna, Adolfo Domínguez, Devota & LombaPretty Ballerinas, DelPozo, Elisa Bracci, Roberto Verino, Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada, Pedro del HierroAndrés SardáLoewejewelry RabatÁngel Schlesser and INuñez (Gurtubay, 6) and the firms,  Bimba y Lola (Claudio Coello, 48), El Ganso (Jorge Juan, 15) and the espadrille shop, Castañer (Claudio Coello, 51).

Other areas

In La Latina you can find Helena Rohner's jewelry workshop (Calle del Almendro, 4), while in Huertas you can find Ulises Mérida's atelier (Calle Cervantes, 3) and in the Barrio de Los Austrias you can't miss Taller Puntera, a leather craft workshop and shop, where they manufacture articles of the highest quality, singularity and 100% handmade. It is also worth mentioning Capas Seseña en Sol / Gran Vía, which has been exclusively dedicated to making the cape since its beginnings in 1901.

Featured events

Mark your Spanish fashion calendar for these events: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, Madrid Fashion Show Men and the MOMAD METROPOLIS international fashion show.

Equally appealing are Vogue Fashion’s Night Out, a big shopping event in Madrid;, Gastrofashion, an event within Gastrofestival; and the night of St. Jorge Juan.

Last but not least, the Garment Museum is great to learn something about Spanish and international fashion. It is also worth pointing out that Madrid hosts exhibitions related to the world of fashion throughout the year.


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