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For Bohemian clothes in true Spanish fashion, head over to the trendy area of Chueca, where many of the shops are filled with small Madrid fashion designers featuring slightly alternative, funky styles. Fashionistas from all over Madrid and Spain come here to get all their fabulous vintage tops and jeans. The area is also well known for its high quality shoes produced with leather from Spain.

Calle Augusto Figueroa is a great street in the neighborhood that has lots of designer shoe shops, many at reduced prices. The streets of Calle de Gravina and Calle del Almirante offer a shopper's paradise with designer names floating everywhere. On Calle Hortaleza is La Compañía Multihispana, with clothes and accessories by Spain's most interesting young designers.

Shop for: Vintage clothing, shoes

Cafe stop: Mamá Inés

Get here: Chueca (Green Line, L5)

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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