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All Saints Breaks Ground in Spain: Unveils Chic New Store in Glamorous Puerto Banús!

Women's clothing, handbags, and footwear can be found at The Marbella shop located outside the Marina Banús centre.
January 28, 2024
British fashion brand All Saints opens first Spanish store in Puerto Banús

All Saints Opens First Spanish Store in Marbella

The British contemporary fashion brand, All Saints, has selected Marbella as the location for its first standalone store in Spain. The store has recently opened its doors in the upscale Puerto Banús area, just outside the Marina Banús shopping center and directly opposite El Corte Inglés. The location was previously occupied by the American brand, UGG.

All Saints: From Men’s Clothing to Complete Fashion Shop

All Saints, which was established in London in 1994 as a men’s clothing brand, has evolved into a comprehensive fashion store, offering both men’s and women’s collections. The newly opened Puerto Banús store will carry women’s clothing, handbags, and footwear. The store will be open seven days a week, from 10 am to 10 pm.

Why Puerto Banús?

The rapidly expanding company has stated that it chose the Puerto Banús location due to its status as “the most attractive shopping and leisure area on the Mediterranean coast”. All Saints currently operates 250 stores in over 20 countries worldwide. Until now, the brand’s only presence in Spain was an in-store concession in Madrid.

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