Span­ish Style Hits Ber­lin

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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.

Visit web­sites for store lo­ca­tions.

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