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Àlex González has reinvented the clothes shop Boo without leaving the Gràcia neighbourhood or losing the essence of what makes it special. They stock international brands such as Saint James, Penfield and Levi's, and items from independent designers including Tuk Tuk and Plectrum. Check it out, even if just for the fun of getting changed in a 1920s Barcelona telephone cabin.
Handicrafts from Bangkok with a contemporary look are the essence of La Varieté, a little shop in Raval where you can find fashionable clothes, accessories and home furnishings.
Impossible Project has gathered together the stories of former workers of Polaroid, who continue producing Polaroid-compatible film from the same Austrian factory. For 60 euros you can buy your own Polaroid camera.
The Ailanto brand, created by the brothers Iñaki and Aitor Muñoz, is recognised and admired for its prints, fine materials and its patterns based on geometrical shapes and artistic forms. Visit their exclusive boutique and you will find it difficult not to walk away owning one of their timeless pieces of haut couture.
Antique Boutique sells furniture and antique objects, and is a workshop for the restoration or creation of the same. The space is also home to Anonymus, a photography collective that works with both vintage photography and contemporary photographers.
Top quality leather and handcrafted finishing in Barcelona help to position this 100% Barcelona brand as one of the leaders on the national scene. Season after season the brand's creations find their way into shop displays in all of Europe's major cities.