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Jimmy Choo opens its second store in Madrid

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Oct 31, 2022

Madrid's iconic luxury shopping mall Galería Canalejas is adding a new name to its list of high-end brands. London-based footwear brand Jimmy Choo is making its debut in the centrally-located space with the opening of a 45 square metre shop that features a new interior design concept representing the brand's "new era". 

The brand's second shop in Madrid is located in Galería Canalejas - Jimmy Choo

Located just a few metres away from Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol, the newly opened space is characterised by its warm and welcoming ambience, where a green marble entryway welcomes guests in. With textured plaster walls, the establishment features stunning bespoke furnishings while the décor includes brushed brass accents, architectural detailing and travertine woodwork.
This new shop, which joins Jimmy Choo's other location in the Spanish capital on the luxurious Calle José Ortega y Gasset, offers the entire range of the brand's women's collection including shoes, bags, eyewear, small leather goods, other accessories, fragrances and even a special selection of bridal pieces.

In Madrid, the brand owned by the American group Capri Holdings since 2017 also has an outlet in Las Rozas Village and a corner in El Corte Inglés de la Castellana.

Interior of the luxury brand's new location - Jimmy Choo

The Galería Canalejas' inauguration was delayed due to the pandemic, but opened its doors at number 1 of Plaza de Canalejas in 2020 with the aim of positioning itself as the Spanish capital's leading luxury destination. In addition to the Four Seasons hotel and its selection of luxury shops, the space also houses high-end brands such as Hermès, Cartier, Loewe, Saint Laurent, Fendi and Rolex.

The Capri Holdings group additionally owns other firms such as Michael Kors and Versace. In the last financial year, which closed on April 2, the conglomerate increased its sales by 39.2%, to 5.65 billion dollars. Jimmy Choo, the smallest brand in the company's brand portfolio in terms of turnover, recorded a 46.5% increase in sales to 613 million dollars.

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