Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Loro Piana, Brioni, Tod’s, Moncler, Hogan, Church’s, Incotex, PT01About the store:
Charme recently hosted a made-to-measure tailoring gathering in Madrid, in a mark of just how seriously this store takes its menswear. Its collections are a reflection of current street style and of the tastes of its loyal - and fashionable - customers.
Choses de Femme
Jimmy Choo, Gianvito Rossi, Church’s, Tod’s, HoganAbout the store:
In minimalist white and black with touches of red, Choses de Femme mirrors the exclusive area in Bilbao where it’s located. Stocking the latest trends and designer labels, this sophisticated womenswear boutique remains true to its philosophy - to showcase global fashion to the world in a centralised single boutique.
Del Rosa Al Amarillo
Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant, Nina Ricci, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Kenzo, Giuseppe Zanotti, Moncler, Iro, Gianvito RossiAbout the store:
With a name that translates as ‘from pink to yellow’, Del Rosa Al Amarillo is a glamorous shopping spot in the Spanish seaside town of Santander. The stylish boutique aims to address the needs of the contemporary woman with seasonal trends and exclusive pieces.
Ann Demeulemeester, Bernhard Willhelm, Bless,Rick Owens, Jeremy Scott, Cristophe Lemaire, Kriss van Asche, Individuals Sentiments, ChalayanAbout the store:
The name means ‘torrential rain that purifies the soul’; the boutique hopes to have a similarly lofty effect on its customers. Doshaburi’s Japanese founder and owner has an eye for conceptual, individualistic pieces that sit in dramatic contrast to the surrounding aesthetic of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter.
Alexander McQueen, Balmain, Giorgio Armani,Givenchy, Junya Watanabe, Kenzo, Giuseppe Zanotti, Charlotte Olympia, Mary Katrantzou, Lanvin, Versace, DSQUARED2.About the store:
Elite was one of the first multibrand department stores in Puerto Banus and is a well-known shopping destination for Marbella’s cosmopolitan crowd and tourists alike. While the brands change with the times, exclusivity, authenticity and a passion for beauty remain the leitmotiv.
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Victoria Victoria Beckham, K. Jacques St-Tropez ,T By Alexander Wang, Golden Goose, Isabel Marant, Carven, Forte ForteAbout the store:
Situated in the historic centre of Palma, FORUM offers trendy fashion for active women. Light and linear in design, it has a spacious feel. Home to the latest trends and exclusive pieces, FORUM’s atmosphere is relaxed and has a loyal customer following.
Carven, A.P.C., Les Hommes, Valentino, Paula Cardematori, Noelle et Filles, NikeAbout the store:
From limited-edition books to the latest technology to the perfect wine for your dinner, Gallery Madrid, in the upmarket district of Barrio de Salamanca, sells good taste. It also, of course, sells beautiful clothes, with a focus on the eclectic and the avant-garde.
Gucci, Etro, Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant, Dolce & Gabbana, Brioni, Valentino, Moncler, Saint Laurent, Philipp LimAbout the store:
Gore is located in three of Spain’s most elegant cities - Alicante, Torrevieja and Murcia - and its collection reflects its refined customer base. The light, airy stores offer personalised service and a selection of modern and classic labels.
Lanvin, Valentino, Givenchy, DSQUARED2, Dolce & Gabbana, Rick Owens, Jil Sander, Philipp Plein, Y3 Yohji YamamotoAbout the store:
Ali Idrisi had 25 years in men’s fashion behind him when he moved from Frankfurt to the former cultural capital of Europe to open his namesake boutique. The Belgian menswear enthusiast specialises in luxury brands for those who value quality and exclusivity.
Jean Pierre Bua
Chloé, Alexander McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier, Maison Martin Margiela, Versace, Sonia Rykiel, Véronique Leroy, Wunderkind, Tsumori Chisato, Vanessa Bruno, M Missoni, Pascal Millet, David Koma, Shourouk, Pollini, Camper Together, Puma Black Label, Les Hommes, Paul Smith, Kriss Van AscheAbout the store:
Jean Pierre Bua was the first boutique to import big-name labels to Barcelona during the fashion explosion of the late Eighties. It is now a firm favourite with the city’s A-list - but welcomes the casual browser just as warmly.