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Madrid's Street Fashion

<center>Madrid's Street Fashion</center>
Javier Salas

Araceli Gonzalez
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Until recently the Triball barrio was a red-light district; now it’s mostly fashion-forward tiendas. I often mix pieces from Picnic which stocks a range of dresses in amazing prints, and La Maison de la Lanterne Rouge, a boutique, café, and theater all housed within a former brothel. There’s also La Vía Láctea, an emblematic bar madrileño with old rock ’n’ roll posters on the walls. It’s been around forever.



Madrid's Street Fashion
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