By
Cecilia Díaz Betz

Three years ago we reported about the opening of a physical Med Winds store in Barcelona, a store with a lot of character located in the Raval, just underneath their offices (more info here). This was an unprecedented move because this clothing label, which belongs to the Camper Group and retails Mediterranean designs with a local twist, was firs launched in 2011 online, with no intention of becoming physical. However, their quality fabrics and exquisite manufacturing were begging for a space so we could touch their timeless proposals. This was an extremely wise decision because things have only gotten better for Med Winds, with boutiques in several European cities and a second one in Barcelona, in the heart of the Eixample. The street chosen in one of the city’s most emblematic: Rambla Catalunya with Provenza. The space has a lot of history behind, as for decades it has been a reference thanks to designer Antonio Miró, who opened his concept store Groc in the late 60s to dress the modern people from Barcelona and abroad.

Three years ago we reported about the opening of a physical Med Winds store in Barcelona, a store with a lot of character located in the Raval

Revamped by Sandra Tarruella with Escandianvian influences, it combines noble and natural materials, lending it a quiet and relaxing appearance that goes hand in hand with Med Winds’ philosophy.

This new boutique joins a list that features Madrid, Palma, London, Athens and Antwerp. However, this is the most ambitious one as it boasts the largest sales area and retails the entire collection of clothes and accessories.

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