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Everything needed for your mo, chops or full curtain to look great at this beard grooming specialty shop behind Mercat de Santa Caterina.
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Think of him as Barcelona’s gay Martha Stewart, with better taste, and this as his walk-in catalogue.
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Stock up on the house vermut negre and fill your belly, too, as this shop doubles up as vermutería.
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When you’re in the hunt in Barcelona for a special gift or something more original than a French bulldog for your home.
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In a small arched passageway in the Born, a tiny treasure trove of design pieces and gift items.
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Forget Ralph Lauren and Tommy – for that Euro-prepster look, make a beeline straight for El Ganso.
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Handmade to contemporary retro-perfection using local shoemakers and local materials, dip your feet into a pair of cool grandpa shoes.
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Come away with something truly unique from this homeware workshop where everything is either a one-off or a limited edition.
Read more: Lu Ink
Hip urbanwear labels appropriate for Barcelona’s boisterous Raval neighbourhood.
Read more: Aleluya Store
Fashion hounds will already be well familiar with this Chinese fast fashion label but now you may want to get better acquainted, too.
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So what does a gay gay perfume smells like? Maybe a waft of dark room, spunky base notes of chlorine, heart of things best left out of print?
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An arty kind of place, it offers trendy, yet totally wearable looks from Nordic designers and a handful of up-and-coming local talent, sold alongside tongue-in-cheek accessories.
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A guide to help you offload a few euros with some Barcelona shopping.
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Barcelona’s ultimate design store. What was once a building housing imported Czechoslovakian ceramics, is now a labyrinthine space paying homage to all things interior design.
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For boys who like the smell of burnt rubber and motor oil, it doesn’t get any better than the F1 Spanish Grand Prix.
Hipsters and electronica – Barcelona’s three-day advanced music and multimedia art festival in June. And OFF Sònar parties.
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