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Health/Beauty/Fashion news and information for Spain

Health & Beauty Sun, Oct 11, 2015

Mango 'megastore' opens in central London

CUT-PRICE Spanish clothing chain Mango has opened its fourth UK 'megastore', this time on Victoria Street in London. The Catalunya-based brand, which launched in Britain 16 years ago, now has 69 outlets in...

Health & Beauty Thu, Oct 8, 2015

Spaniards 'extremely healthy' with longest female life...

SPANISH people are officially the healthiest in the world and women live longer than anywhere else in Europe, according to the WHO. But the World Health Organisation has warned that Spanish adults are also among the...

Health & Beauty Fri, Sep 11, 2015

Tous opens its 500th store in Shanghai

UP-MARKET Catalunya-based accessories firm Tous has opened its 500 store in the world – in China's most modern metropolis, Shanghai. The Barcelona family empire, whose flamboyant handbags are a must-have every new...

Health & Beauty Mon, Aug 10, 2015

Copying Royal fashion costs just €15

DRESSING like a Queen is now within everyone's budget, as HRH Letizia has just proven in the latest round of snapshots of her family summer holiday. The TV reporter-turned-Royal, who is taking a well-earned break at...

Health & Beauty Thu, May 28, 2015

Druni buys out Gilgo and expands across the country

COSMETICS and perfume chain Druni is planning world domination - starting with Spain, anyway - thanks to a buy-out of a similar firm and all of its 43 stores nationwide. Druni, which was founded by the Casp family in...

Health & Beauty Sun, May 10, 2015

Barcelona Bridal Week shows how Spanish wedding dress...

SPANISH bridalwear is becoming a huge success outside of Spain with last year alone seeing an industry turnover of €270 million and a growth in exports of 23%. Barcelona Bridal Week has so far borne testimony to that,...

Health & Beauty Mon, Apr 13, 2015

Zara 'sexist' babygros taken off shelves

HIGH-STREET clothing chain Zara has withdrawn two babygros from sale after complaints they are 'sexist'. The pink ones, for girls, bear the text – in English - “Pretty & Perfect. It's what daddy said...

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