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La Fábrica

Design shops

Right behind CaixaForum Madrid, make a detour for this gallery, café and shop space from Spain’s most influential culture curators.

Espacio Malmö

Design shops

The place may be named after a Swedish town but this Madrid design shop is all about local talent.

El Ganso

Fashion Shops

Forget Ralph Lauren and Tommy – for that Euro-prepster look, make a beeline straight for El Ganso.

El Rastro

Specialty shops

Europe’s largest flea market has something for everyone – if you have the time and inclination to find it.

Do Design

Design shops

Yes, even you can do design with a little something from this encouraging enclave of art, fashion and interiors.

Moustache Madrid

Fashion Shops

Cool kecks and kicks for gentleman in the know. Like an outpost of the dandy Conde Duque in the midst of Chueca.

Grupo Sportivo-Mini-Duke

Fashion Shops

So un-Madrid, so very Conde Duque-esque, true to the core of the hip neighbourhood where it's located.

peSeta Pesetódromo

Design shops

Homemade and love-worn accessories made individual by carefully sourced materials and unique design series.

Malasaña-Conde Duque

Shopping guide

Packed with independent shops, alternative bars, cafes and restaurants full of character and as far from the homogenised big brands.

Gallery Madrid

Fashion Shops

Madrid’s chicest playground for the most fashionable of men.

Mirada de Vaca

Design shops

Pins, badges and buttons - making the humble 80s add on cool again.

La Integral

Design shops

Handicrafts and quirky goods in a tiny space that also functions as an art gallery.

Patrimonio Comunal Olivarero

Specialty shops

Madrid’s number one stop to get lubed up. With over 80 varieties of extra virgin in stock, olive oil is the name of the game here.

Davidelfin

Fashion Shops

Witty designs with an edge – and fast gaining international recognition.

Maison Blanche

Specialty shops

Wannabe chefs and gastro-pervs alike will love the well-stocked shelves at this cookery focused shop.

Pepita is Dead

Fashion Shops

Vintage, yes, but second-hand, no. Meticulously sourced 60s, 70s and 80s pieces.

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