The Portuguese brand founded in 1994 offers a very big variety of accessories like bags,
The markets in Madrid are artistic, colourful and a completely new shopping adventure every time you go there. They are definitely worth a visit!
The Mercado de Motores is not focused on fashion, but one of the most popular markets in Madrid with a free entry, so you might queue up a little at the entrance. The atmosphere is incredible: The whole market is held at the old trains museum in Madrid and the stands are built up in front of vintage trains.Read more»
Every first weekend of every month you can meet young talented designers from Madrid at the Mercado Central de Diseños. It has become one of the most popular showcases for new talents in art, interior design and fashion in Madrid and over 300 new designers has already presented their work here.Read more»
The Ciento y Pico Market is a marked focused on fashion and has become one of the most popular markets in the Malasaña neighbourhood. Around 30 young designers present their fashion, accessories, decoration and art in the cultural Ciento y Pico building, which hosts also many other events.Read more»
Started in the 15. Century, “El Rastro” is the oldest and the most traditional market and the most visited of Madrid. Every Sunday morning thousands of stands offer second-hand clothes, but also new fashion items, hand-made jewellery, decorative items, souvenirs of Madrid, printed T-Shirt’s, vintage designer clothes, books and art.Read more»
During the summer there are also a lot of little Markets on the streets of almost every city, so you will probably be able to find a very small hippy market next to where you are located in Madrid.