The Xth edition of Madrid es Moda is coming to an end, but in the city of Madrid there are still a lot of fashion plans that you can enjoy all year round. A lavish gastronomic offer, with 22 Michelin Star restaurants; shopping districts, cool stores; spectacular monuments and inspiring cultural plans make Madrid a fashionable destination. Take note of the recommendations offered by designers Juanjo Oliva, Juan Duyos, Roberto Verino and Cósima Ramírez to enjoy a fashion designer`s experience in the capital.
Did you know that Juanjo Oliva's favourite monument is in Retiro Park? The designer from Madrid also reveals his friendship with one of the best-known chefs in the country, his secret corner for shopping in the Salesas district, and his interest in meeting new artists. Take note!
Juan Duyos is one of the most relevant designers in the national scene. Did you know that he is passionate about gastronomy? In this video he tells us what his fetish restaurant is, where he goes food shopping to find the best products, as well as the current cultural plans in the capital, and also that especial place he considers the great emblem of Madrid.
We could define Roberto Verino as a Galician in love with Madrid and its appeals. Thus the fashion designer frequently visits the capital for work, so in his agenda there is no lack of delicious restaurants, and a very special place to buy a treat before returning home. Verino is also passionate about art, as demonstrated in the recommendations he makes of Madrid.
Cósima Ramírez is the daughter of one of Spanish fashion’s the most recognized designers, as well as a fan of her city. Her perfect plan to enjoy Madrid: eat roasted piglet, visit a terrace with a view of one of the capital’s most emblematic monuments, tour the halls of a great Museum. Take note of her recommendations and don’t go home without buying Spanish ham at her fetish shop.
And if you've been wanting more, we complete these proposals for plans in the city with a very special visit with these four designers to four corners of the Community of Madrid declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Click here to learn more about these places to be inspired and disconnect.[:]