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Shopping in Madrid

Where to Shop in Madrid

Alva kis wear.For 'alternative', 'youth fashion' and 'boutique shopping' one street that you should explore is calle Fuencarral, just north of Gran Via. The authorities have spent several years 'tidying up' the street, laying new paving and installing modern street furniture etc. From here you can then dip into the districts of Malasaña and Chueca which are peppered with trendy stores - fashion, hairdressers, electronics, health foods, comics, records, etc.

Left: The Diesel store in Fuencarral. The shop also has a 'magic mirror' that enables potential customers trying on any items to see how the clothes look from the back as well as from the front.

Alva kis wear.Alva
Fashion for kids 0-8 yrs
Boutique shop in Malasaña open Monday through Saturday
Vibrant colours and individual designs
Games room where you can park the child while you shop
Products are sourced with a mind to environmental concerns and third-world workers rights.

C/ Divino Pastor |

Tienda Bang, Madrid.Bang!
Modern Punk
Music, books, DVDs, magazines, printed T-shirts
Underground collaboration since 1977

C/ Pez 14 |

Interior at Biscuit Store.Biscuit
Paris Style Boutique
Own label creations + international designers
Complementos and limited edition pieces
Open Monday through Saturday

C/ Divino Pastor |

Interior at FiccionesFicciones
Videoclub dedicated to independent and foreign language cinema
There are 3 shops around town
Over 19,000 club members
Over 7,000 titles in their collection including rare and cult films.

C/ Primavera |

Blaxploitation Store
Designer clothes, accessories and decor
Inspired by Black cinema of the 70s
Who's the cat that won't cop out, when there's danger all about? - Shaft!

Interior at Matsumura Street Wear.Matsumura Street Wear
Urban fashion brand
Created by Alberto González and Juan Aparicio
Named after the fabled 'last Samurai'
Collections "inspired by The East and adapted to the West"

C/ San Mateo |

Silk AsiaSilk
Eastern decorative and design objects
Household accessories, furniture and jewelry from the Orient
Collections from India, Nepal, Vientnam, Burma, Butan, China and Thailand

C/ Mejía Lequerica, 17 |

Templo de SusuTemplo de Susu
Second-hand clothing for fashionistas
Vintage clothes with a 60s to 70s rocker vibe
Retro leather jackets and classic denim jeans
Hats, shirts, shoes, coats and accessories of genuine provenance
"Cosas muy chulas"

C/ Espíritu Santo | Tel: 91 523 3122