Spanish Style Hits Berlin
The internationally recognized Zara brand has paved the way in the fashion realm for other
Iberian labels, who are now nearly as ubiquitous in the city as stands. Based in Barcelona, Desigual (www.desigual. com) – who has used model Winnie Harlow in its campaigns – has eight Berlin stores stocking its signature bold designs and original graffiti
art. The Zara umbrella has branched out its offerings with men's clothing house Massimo Dutti (www.massimodutti.com) and younger brand Bershka (www.bershka.com), each of which claim two locations. But the label that seems best poised to usurp the Spanish fashion crown is Bimba Y Lola (www.bimbaylola.com). The labor of love for two Spanish sisters, who create feminine designs for the urban woman, has become a juggernaut that has expanded
into more than 15 countries in just its first decade. Look for Uxia and Maria Dominguez's
stylish yet affordable designs on Weinmeisterstraße and at the Mall of Berlin.
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