6 FASHION SHOPS YOU CAN’T MISS IN BARCELONA

Shopping has become one of the essential activities for tourists visiting Barcelona. This city has become a world capital of fashion in its own right. Here you can find the most avant-garde fashion shops belonging to the young talents of Barcelona. 

Now you can travel comfortably and quickly with the Renfe-SNCF en Coopération directly to the center of the "condal city" and start your journey through Barcelona fashion.


1. Miriam Ponsa

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Miriam Ponsa - Image from miriamponsa.com

The first of the fashion shops you should visit in Barcelona and in the Born neighborhood is Miriam Ponsa's atelier. Miriam Ponsa has been awarded three times with the prize for the best collection of the catwalk Barcelona 080 and in 2007 won the "Barcelona és Moda" award to the best emerging company. What has earned her all these recognitions is her way of uniting tradition, vanguard and conscience in all her garments. Miriam Ponsa puts her personal touch on all her collections and operates from the refurbished Francesc Ponsa factory.
 

2. Custo Barcelona

We can not talk about fashion shops and designers in Barcelona without mentioning Custo Dalmau and his signature Custo Barcelona. Cost has one of the most recognizable images in the world of fashion. He himself says that he seeks to bring the spirit of canvases to T-shirts. His designs are colorful, warm, Latin and very fun. Custo and his brother David Dalmau have been pioneers in the fashion sector since 1980. Today their product is incomparable and unmistakable and continue to conquer world catwalks such as New York Fashion Week.


3. About Arianne

Another fashion shop that you can not miss in Barcelona and the Born neighborhood is About Arianne. This shop will enchant shoe lovers who also spend much of the day walking. About Arianne has as its brand philosophy slow fashion and products 100% made in Spain. The footwear they sell not only shows an elaborate and modern design. It is also comfortable to wear for hours. They create all their pieces with resistant materials using natural skins of first quality worked of handmade way.



4. Montse Liarte

 
Montse Liarte’s unique prints - Image from Facebook

In the Born district you can find a large number of fashion shops, but none like the Montse Liarte atelier. The pieces of this designer evoke femininity and romanticism. All of them are made with high quality materials and by hand. Design and photography combine with fashion to create unique pieces based on a traditional and timeless fashion. Montse Liarte creates her own prints, unique and completely personal, that put the signature on her clothes.


5. La Tercera

La Tercera is the place to go for handbag and fashion lovers. This is one of the fashion shops that you cannot miss on your shopping visit to Barcelona. Here you can find the designs and products of Name: (fashion) and Lubochka (handbags). These two brands and some more can be found in this store which has as its philosophy responsible trade, local production, and quality of products above quantity. This is undoubtedly one of the best known shops in the Born district and an essential stop for tourists and locals who love fashion and design.


6. Ivori​

 
Detail of the Ivori shop – Facebook

Ivori is how ivory is spelled in Catalan, and also the overall ambient of this fashion shop in the Born quarter. Here you can find an exclusive selection of clothing, footwear, bags and accessories, all of them original and attractive. But clothing is not the only attraction of Ivori. If you visit them, stop to contemplate the ceiling from the nineteenth century, the wooden beams imported from Cuba and the paintings that adorn this shop. Enjoy the fashion, the creations of young talents from Barcelona and also the art that is this fashion shop in the Born district.


These are our recommendations for fashion lovers who visit Barcelona and its more modern neighborhood, el Born. Come and discover the talents of fashion in Barcelona’s best fashion shops​ ​with the fast trains of Renfe-SNCF en Coopération. 




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