Madrid Shopping

Spain has become one of the world's design centers. You'll have no trouble finding traditional crafts, such as ceramics, guitars, and leather goods, albeit not at countryside prices (think Rodeo Drive, not outlet mall). Known for contemporary furniture and decorative items as well as chic clothing, shoes, and jewelry, Spain's capital has become stiff competition for Barcelona. Keep in mind that

many shops, especially those that are small and family-run, close during lunch hours, on Saturday afternoon, and on Sunday. Shops generally accept most major credit cards.

Madrid has three main shopping areas. The first, the area that stretches from Callao to Puerta del Sol (Calle Preciados, Gran Vía on both sides of Callao, and the streets around the Puerta del Sol), includes the major department stores (El Corte Inglés and the French music, book, and electronics chain FNAC) and popular brands such as H&M and Zara.

The second area, far more elegant and expensive, is in the eastern Salamanca district, bounded roughly by Serrano, Juan Bravo, Jorge Juan (and its blind alleys), and Velázquez; the shops on Goya extend as far as Alcalá. The streets just off the Plaza de Colón, particularly Calle Serrano and Calle Ortega y Gasset, have the widest selection of designer goods—think Prada, Loewe, Armani, and Louis Vuitton—as well as other mainstream and popular local designers (Purificación García, Pedro del Hierro, Adolfo Domínguez, or Roberto Verino). Hidden within Calle Jorge Juan, Calle Lagasca, and Calle Claudio Coello is the widest selection of smart boutiques from renowned Spanish designers, such as Sybilla, DelPozo, or Dolores Promesas.

Finally, for hipper clothes, Chueca, Malasaña, and what's now called the Triball (the triangle formed by Fuencarral, Gran Vía, and Corredera Baja, with Calle Ballesta in the middle) are your best bets. Calle Fuencarral, from Gran Vía to Tribunal, is the street with the most shops in this area. On Fuencarral you can find name brands such as Diesel, Gas, and Billabong, but also local brands such as Homeless, Adolfo Domínguez U (selling the Galician designer's younger collection), and Custo, as well as some cosmetics stores (Madame B and M.A.C). Less mainstream and sometimes more exciting is the selection you can find on nearby Calles Hortaleza, Almirante, and Piamonte and in the Triball area.

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Adolfo Domínguez

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This Galician designer creates simple, sober, and elegant lines for both men and women. His popularity has exploded, with more than a...

Alma Aguilar

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Natural and luxe fabrics (silks, cashmere, wool, crepe) make Alma Aguilar's sundresses and feminine coats extra appealing. ...


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Brothers Custodio and David Dalmau are the creative force behind the success of this chain, whose eye-catching T-shirts can be found...


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Eduardo Rivera

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Just a block off Plaza Santa Ana, this is the flagship store of a young Spanish designer with clothes and accessories for both men and...


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The three young female designers working for Hoss and their hip and fashionable clothes are gaining a growing acceptance with younger...

Jesús del Pozo

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This prominent designer died in 2011, and it's now Josep Font who extends its creative legacy with modern clothes for both sexes. It's...


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After more than 20 years in the fashion industry, Basque designer Fernando Lemoniez finally took the plunge and opened his own boutique,...


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This posh store carries high-quality designer purses, accessories, and clothing made of butter-soft leather in gorgeous jewel tones.


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The Turkish brothers Isaac and Nahman Andic opened their first store in Barcelona in 1984. Today, Mango has stores all over the world,...


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