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What to do during Madrid Fashion Week

The best spots for restaurants, shops and nightlife

What to do during Madrid Fashion Week The best spots for restaurants, shops and nightlife

Twice a year, Madrid becomes the showcase of Spanish fashion. During Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, which will take place from 28 January and until 2 February, designers in the Spanish capital will have the opportunity to organize shows and present their collections. Trends, themes, styles and movements are born during events like these. Among the designers who will participate in this 71st edition are Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Custo Dalmau, Modesto Lomba and Felipe Santamarìa, Teresa Helbig and Juan Vidal.

If you don't know what to do between shows, nss magazine in collaboration with Highxtar has created a list of the best places to eat, sleep and party during your stay in Madrid.


Cha Chá the Club

Calle de Alcalá, 20

Every Friday at Cha Chà, hundreds of people gather at 20 Calle de Alcalà to enjoy the music and style. Cha Chà is one of the best evenings in the city: actors, singers, artists, models, photographers and designers often flock to this weekly event. Click here to discover more.

Lucky Dragon

Calle Estrella, 3

Per il quinto anno consecutivo, Madrid celebra il capodanno cinese. Il 2020 è l’'Anno del Ratto e le festività orientali, iniziate il 25 gennaio, saranno celebrate fino al 16 febbraio. Se volete sentirvi nel profondo Oriente, questo è il posto che fa per voi. Click here to discover more.


Hotel Silken Puerta América

Avenida de América, 41

This 5 star hotel offers an exclusive and avant-garde design by world famous architects such as Norman Foster, Jean Nouvel and Zaha Hadid. Each of the hotel’s floors offers a different concept of room. They all play with different materials, colours and shapes, where creativity and freedom in the development of each of the spaces have marked the work. No wonder it is the winner of 3 Pritzel Awards for Architecture. Click here to discover more.

Cool Rooms Atocha

Calle de Atocha, 34

CoolRooms Atocha is the flagship hotel of the CoolRooms brand. It was a majestic palatial home from 1852 that was refurbished and converted into a luxury hotel. Perfectly located at 34 Atocha Street, the hotel is a short walk from the centre of Madrid. Click here to discover more.

Hotel Barceló Torre de Madrid

Plaza de España, 18

It's located in one of the most emblematic buildings of the capital: the Tower of Madrid. The carefree design of this five-star building has made it an immediate success for fashionistas and creatives. It is useful both for shopping and for sightseeing and nightlife. Click here to discover more.


Minishop Madrid

Calle del Limón, 24

It's a men’s fashion store located in the Malasaña district. It offers casual clothing brands from all over the world. You can find brands like Aries Arise, Acne Studios, AFFIX. Brain Dead or Comme des Garçons. Click here to discover more.

Foot District

Calle de Valverde, 35

Foot District is a store of exclusive sneakers and sneaker culture. It stands out for its special design and for having a privileged space for Air Jordan. Click here to discover more.


Calle de Velázquez, 28

In this boutique you will find an exclusive selection of the best international fashion designers and luxury accessories. In its 1,000 square meters of surface they propose brands such as Balenciaga, Givenchy, Céline, Gucci, Loewe, JW Anderson, Helmut Lang or Fendi, among others. Also, you will find more casual brands like Off-White, Moncler, Acne Studios, Vetements or Maison Margiela. Click here to discover more.


Sala Equis

Calle del Duque de Alba, 4

In the 80s, the Alba cinema became an X cinema, or ‘sala x’, and is one of the few still open in Madrid. It is located in an old mansion that now also houses the restaurant El Imparcial, and has survived several attempts at demolition. The space was remodeled and redecorated with exquisite taste, and of course it still has a 55-seat cinema so that celluloid fans can watch a movie while having a drink. Click here to discover more.

Casa Camacho

Calle de San Andrés, 4

One of the reference bars in Malasaña. You cannot leave Madrid without having a “yayo” at Casa Camacho: Casera, gin and vermouth, a cocktail that is served day after day in this small tavern since the late 1920s. Click here to discover more.


¡Extra, Moda!

Av. Juan de Herrera, 2

At the Costume Museum you can travel back in time through fashion magazines: from the France of Louis XIV, with the birth of the luxury industry, to the end of the 19th century, with the arrival and development of the fashion press in Spain. Click here to discover more.

Madrid Design Festival 2020

Plaza de Legazpi, 8

As part of the 2020 Madrid Design Festival 2020, the Matadero Madrid is hosting an exhibition on sustainable fashion. There you will find business initiatives and projects that move away from the quick purchase of fashion and establish commercial systems and design proposals that provide a social, environmental and economic return. Click here to discover more.