Palo Alto Market, Barcelona

On a beautiful sunny Saturday, a day before Easter I went to Palo Alto Market in Barcelona‘s well know artistic and urban Born district with my friend Anka. I went both a a curious blogger, always happy to research new designers but also as a buyer on Trendcy, looking to potentially participate on May’s edition of Palo Alto Market with some of our Trendcy brands. Super helpful & friendly team of Palo Alto Barcelona market invited me to check out their event’s April edition.


For the occasion I was wearing a dramatic A-line floral skirt with Lei Lou by Alex Dojcinovic handbag and H&M grey thin sweater.


Boy was I surprised when I got there! Pleasantly surprised, the place was comfortably crowded located in gorgeously romantic Carrer de Pellaires passage with walls adorned with plants and flowers the place smelled divine from various beautifully decorated gourmet food trucks parked around the entrance where one could try fresh vegan juices, lemonades, fresh bread, fruit balls, cupcakes, empanadas, purchase an organic vegetable basket or enjoy some street food on the go be it Asian or Californian! Of course we went straight to drinks and ordered organic lemonades with ginger and snacked on Muns absolutely amazing mini empanadas.





As we entered the market my eye wondered straight to the stand with gorgeous hats by Miyuu Barcelona. I tried a couple of wool hats but fell in love with white and black Panama hat which designer Cristina showed me that’s coming in her new collection, stay tuned to hear more about this brand in my new blog posts.




The venue was segmented in half open half closed spaces to show clothing Spring collections, music and performance section, Mariscal Gallery, Design Gallery, Organized Workshops, Boheme Gallery, Fashion Gallery and street market. On top of clothing and accessories one could purchase various designer items from small home decor and dishes to furnishing.








Rowdy weekender bags and backpacks are beautifully made out of the softest leather and there is a great positive and charitable vibe in companies story. The brand takes a special care of their shopper, distribution chain and their production keeping their prices really low vs. the quality they provide which is trully high. The philosophy is quotes as: “We all want to help one another, human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness, not by each other’s misery.”


Babau handbags make a perfect match of a daily necessity, stylish accessory bag and technology. Each handbag has a light that turns on when you open the bag so you will never have to search panically for anything in your bag, Babau helps to light the way through your bag! ;)

Entrance was charged 2 Euro but it’s definitely worth to visit and enjoy a gorgeous sunny day at unique venue enjoying the amazing food and shopping really unique designer items surrounded with great crowd and positive vibes. If you find yourself in Barcelona during market weekend, be sure to visit, have fun and grab some unique souvenirs, you definitely won’t be sorry!

Katarina Štimac, fashion blog – LaKatwalk

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