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Closed Opens in Palma

Yet another clothing store is set to open in Palma's 'fashionista' district around the Borne/Jaime III area

Yet another clothing store is set to open in Palma's 'fashionista' district around the Borne/Jaime III area. Already the home of big designer names like Boss, Escada, Loewe, and high street
retailers like Adolfo Dominguez and Massimo Dutti, the area will be home to German brand Closed's first shop in Spain.

Opening on Monday 1st July, their new Mono-Brand store is situated in one of the old buildings at the top of the Borne by the Plaza del Rey Juan Carlos. Designed in the typical minimal style of the
label's other shops, the store will have a white oiled oak floor, oak stands, steel clothes racks and a specially designed pure white cash desk.

Closed itself originated in Italy, where all its clothes are still made, in 1978 but is now based in Hamburg and most of its other European stores are in Germany. They have been described as “an
international Denim-Fashion brand which cultivates a young, fresh look at everyday life. Its effortless style results from a harmonic mix of sportswear, denim, utility and fashion codes,” which
translated means that they make comfortable, smart/casual clothes that are easy to wear and look really good on!

Having seen the collections for men, women and children on Closed's own webpag "_blank">e I can't wait to see what they look and feel like in the shop. Go and have a look yourself if you're shopping in Palma this summer........