• Nuovum. Barcelona
  • Nuovum is a concept store based on pure Nordic style. The owner, Jose Sevilla Carasco, has always been in love with the crossing of the two streets Pintor Fortuny and Doctor Dou, both just a short distance from La Rambla but deep enough into Raval to give it very local vibe. Having opened its doors in March 2014, Nuovum strives to create a unique shopping experience, mostly based around its large wooden geometric display that hosts new and… More info
    Pintor Fortuny 30, Barcelona, 08001
  • Colmado  Barcelona
  • Although the name may translate to "grocery store," you won’t find bread and butter basics at Colmado. (That is unless wooden watches, fish-shaped handbags and ukuleles made from candy boxes are your staples). This Pandora’s box of surprising signature pieces – and the yarns behind the yarns - is lovingly collated by the imaginative Susana Rey. She enthusiastically recounts chance discoveries of Vaska leather handbags and POG Italian… More info
    C/Brosoli 5, Barcelona, 08003
  • Kr store Barcelona
  • Bright young thing Krizia Robustella was born in Amsterdam and brought up in Barcelona. After graduating in fashion design, she caught the eye of the Projecte Bressol competition in 2009, winning herself the grant which allowed her to launch her own label. Located on the same narrow street as legendary café Els Quatre Gats, the small Krizia Store explodes with luscious colors and cool hiphop beats. Krizia’s unique ‘sport deluxe’ style blends… More info
    Carrer de Sant Pere Més Alt 50, Barcelona, 08003
  • Boo Barcelona
  • Boo
    Thanks to his years working in the press departments of various fashion labels, Barcelona-born Alex González has always had his finger firmly on the fashion pulse. Finally in 2005, keen to taste the freedom of being his own boss, he took the plunge and opened Boo. After searching fruitlessly for a spot in the trendy Born district, the perfect location eventually chose him; an airy, modern space in the heart of cosmopolitan Gràcia. Alex’s past… More info
    C/ Bonavista 2, Barcelona, 08012
  • La clinique Barcelona
  • The brainchild of two friends, Benito & Manolo from France, La Clinique is a boutique in El Born specializing in rare shades, sneakers and other lifestyle accessories. We're talking original, unused specs from the '60s, '70s and '80s by the likes of Cazal, NeoStyle, Vienna Line or Christian Dior. In the sneakers department, La Clinique boasts hot items from the Saucony Originals line as well as Puma Archive and Huf from San Francisco. If your… More info
    C/ dels Mirallers 7, Barcelona, 08003
  • Blow Barcelona
  • Just like its older sibling, Le Swing, Blow is one of Barcelona's premier destinations for vintage clothing and accessories. The store, which relocated from El Raval to El Born in 2010, is run by a red-blooded Cuban named Renier. He will be happy to answer any questions you might have about Blow's fine assortment of sunglasses, dresses, boots, bags, hats and select home furnishing pieces. All items are in great condition and often come from… More info
    C/ Bonaire 6, Barcelona, 08003
  • Home on earth Barcelona
  • Nestled between a vegan restaurant and an Arabic delicatessen, Home on Earth is well suited to the eclectic neighborhood of Raval. On entering through a wall of exotic, delicate foliage – a coriander plant here, fragrant jasmine and baby succulents there – it’s clear that you are walking into a a new ecosystem altogether. The serene atmosphere reflects the store’s philosophy that, “Every piece is hand-made using organic, sustainable materials… More info
    C/ Hospital 76, Barcelona, 08001
  • The outpost Barcelona
  • With its muted lighting and impeccable, retro-chic décor, The Outpost is a men's boutique that is likely to delight both trend-savvy fashionistas and interior design mavens. Located on the border between Eixample and Gracia, the shop was opened in 2008 by Pep Esteva, thus providing another stellar addition to Barca's ever-growing menswear scene. Prior to setting up shop in Barcelona, Pep worked in the fashion industry in Milan, but eventually he… More info
    C/ Roselló 281, Barcelona, 08037
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