5 Places in Madrid Every Woman Should Go

desigual 5 places in madrid

Desigual  is a casual clothing brand based in Barcelona, Spain, which is noted for its patchwork designs, intense prints, innovative graffiti art, asymmetrical designs (hence the name) and flamboyant splashes of color. €35 for a skirt and €25 for a t-shirt. Located in  Calle Mayor 11, Calle de Fuencarral 36-38 and Centro Comercial Islazul, Calle Calederilla 1, Salida M40.

devota & lomba 5 places in madrid

Devota & Lomba is a Spanish fashion brand created by the designer Modesto Lomba and the architect Jose Luis Devout. Since the late 1980’s Devota & Lomba has been creating attractive and elegant Spanish fashions for the capital. Located in Calle de San Mateo 20

adolfo dominguez 5 places in madrid

Adolfo Dominguez clothing is inspired by urban necessities, making use of loose and natural fabrics. One of his key marketing strategies has been to avoid distribution through multi-brand shops and target the ultimate consumer directly, reducing delivery time and cost to the buyers. Located in Calle de Serrano 5, Calle de Jose Ortega y Gasset 4, Calle Fuencarral 5.

agatha ruiz de la prada 5 places in madrid

Ágatha Ruíz de la Prada y Sentmenat is a Spanish noble and fashion designer. She is the 12th marchioness of Castelldosríus, Grandee de Spain and the 19th baroness of Santa Pau. Most successful in the children’s arena, and more recently, in homeware, this redheaded designer has been going since the eighties and has become Spain’s answer to Zandra Rhodes. Located in Calle del Marques de Riscal 8.

custo barcelona 5 places in madrid

Custo Barcelona is  a fashion label founded by Custodio Dalmau and his brother David. Custo ecame famous in the late 1980s for his bright and funky t-shirts emblazoned with faces, pop art and various textiles. One t-shirt goes for €€70 to €€220 — but the label is an essential part of any fashion conscious wardrobe. Located in Calle Mayor 37, C/ Fuencarral 29, Calle de Claudio Coello 91.

Ioan Hiliuta

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