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20-01-2004
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Madrid shopping
I'm going to Madrid in February and would love any tips/suggestions on shopping in Madrid -- including designer outlets, interesting boutiques etc. THANK YOU!

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20-01-2004
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well they have many boutiques in madrid (YSL, Versace, Vuitton, Prada, Gucci, etc.) so shopping is great there!! its like shopping in NYC without a huge amount of people

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21-01-2004
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its like shopping in NYC WITH a huge amount of people

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21-01-2004
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i didnt find it to be all that busy, oh well

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21-01-2004
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They have 23 Zara stores...

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14-08-2005
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shopping in Madrid
I would like to get more info on great boutiques in Madrid. I am from here but I have been living in Strasbourg for a while and I am out of the loop. Any shopping buddies are more than welcome.
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shopping in Madrid, Spain
This is for all the shopaholics in Madrid. Please let me know of the hottest boutiques around. I have been out of the loop for almost a year and I have no clue where to find the hottest stuff. Any hints? Also for anyone who loves shopping we can get together and do some damage!!!!!

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15-08-2005
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24-08-2005
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Madrid, that unknown city.

I,ll give you a list (I live in madrid)

Supreme (homme/femme) my fav one, Pressing (paris) and Kokon to zai (london/paris) are my other favs

the shop is near Plaza de España in Martin de los Heros street.
Here you can find henrik vibskov , mads norgaard,bernhard willhem(soon), paul smith, juicy couture, umbro by kim jones, nudie jeans, petit bateau, miriam ocariz, alpha, sessun, vans vault, tatty divine, erotokritos, yoshi kondo, juan antonio lopez shoes, surface to air, DAA (designers against aids), 2k by ginham.

here you will always find a new international talent being supported by carmen the shop owner, now they have henrik vibskov.

Fuku hortaleza street

Tiny Japanese shop, gorgeus selection of accesories, socks, and tees. traditional japanwear too

Franka hortaleza street

Clothes from argentina, if you like colorfull clothes is your place

Deli room Santa Barbara street with fuencarral

spanish young designers "la casita de wendy", ailanto, spastor...in a grocery like shop!

Just Lagasca street

comme de Garçons, neil barret, junya watanabe, margiela, y3

top createurs

Just stock General Pardiñas street

50% to 90% or more discount, closing soon Hurry up!!
new stuff with tags
I get a CDG homme plus blazer for 120 euros!!!! it cost more than 1200 euros, a get a pair of Junya watanabe jeans for 30 euros (I saved more than 400 euros)

Dior homme boutique El corte ingles (nuevos ministerios)
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111 shoes lagasca and piamonte

sneakers (trendy)

eks and eksception velazquez street

Lanvin , Balenciaga , viktor&rolf, jil sander, miu miu, prada, dries van notten, marc jacobs, marc.

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17-01-2006
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^thats a great post! Can anyone add to that? my younger sister is moving to madrid for 6 months and she would love to know more about shopping there...any local shops (not D&G or versace...we live in NYC so we can get that anytime ) but more unique to madrid? also any cheaper good stores since she will on a budget...thanks in advance guys!!!
what about this spanish store i hear a lot about/mango or mexx? are those in madrid?

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i really reccomend mango. very reasonably priced very durable stuff.

they are opening up american stores in 2007.

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25-02-2006
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i LOVE mango! When I lived in Athens I was always there, not too expensive and great selection! I also went to the larger Mango in Barcelona, i liked it alot better than zara

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is the primark store in madrid worth going to?

is there a camper outlet?

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26-09-2006
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there is an outlet in "Las Rozas" in the suburbs of madrid, it's called "The Rozas Village" It has many shops, like MUSGO (which sells bracellets, necklaces, handbags... and clothes of course) There you have also Pepe Jeans, Hoss...

There is a mall called "Plaza Norte 2" You can ask the taxi driver or the bus driver or look for it on the internet. There is Blanco, Zara (those shops are so cheap), Stradivarius, Bershka, Sfera, Mango, Adolfo Dominguez, Diesel, Pepe Jeans, Pull and Bear, Springfield, H&M, Pimkie...

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Any more hot tips for shopping in madrid?

How to make the most of a long weekend there?

What about the nightlife? Where do the locals go out in weekends (I hate tourist-y places)?

Where do you eat the best food?

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