Based in Santa Catalina, NU Market are pioneers on the island in offering sustainable, zerowaste and locally sourced shopping
Elisabeth Colom has created a timeless, sustainable and quality item. SANTAPALMA is not just a brand, but a philosophy of life dedicated to responsable consumption.
Klas Käll and Barbara Bergman owners of Rialto Living, explain what it means to turn an interior design store into a place that feels like home.
Designer Tatiana Loona talks over her collection of princess dresses, teepees and giant beanbags amongst other products that children on Mallorca love.
Bodegas Ribas, one of the oldest in Mallorca, has redesigned its space, transforming itself into a wine lovers’ paradise, thanks to the work of Pritzker prizewinner, Rafael Moneo.
Palma Dog’s Ulf Bernström presents his collection of luxury dog accessories and explains why we have a special connection with our dogs.
Tomeu Perelló is passionate about keeping the art of Mallorcan weaving alive through organising projects and seminars on his finca.
A German-American couple quit their jobs in New York to start from scratch in Santa Catalina – with hand-dyed fabrics and ceramics.
Uta Werner from the Son Moragues estate – home to Mallorca’s most traditional olive-growing -explains the secrets behind creating liquid gold.
Drew Aaron owner of Gallery Red in Palma talks through how he chooses art and pulls together a collection of work that speaks to its viewer.
Porto Pi shopping centre is home to over 130 shops over two floors offering a wide variety of fashion, jewellery, home decor, cosmetics and much more.
Spanish fashion brand Massimo Dutti are changing the way we shop through fusing technology with luxury fashion in their ‘Boys & Girls’ collection in Palma.
Yerbabuena in Palma is the city’s leading health store with an extensive selection of organic products and natural therapies.
The family-run Macià Batle winery uses traditional grape growing and winemaking techniques to produce Mallorcan wines of the finest quality and character.
Eva Folch, owner and visionary of Palma-based Folklorious reveals the ethos behind the fashion store and her journey from New York to Mallorca.
A distinct homeware collection that draws inspiration from the yachting world, bringing the cool colours of the Mediterranean into your home.
Designer Matthew Williamson has collaborated with Bconnected in Palma to create a new showroom that features his vibrant interior design collection.
Bodegas Xaloc makes incredible award-winning wine in the beautiful setting of North Mallorca. Visit the vineyard yourself to sample the wine and delicious local tapas.
A constant and widespread presence in Spain, El Corte Inglés is the department store you know will stock everything you could possibly desire.
Opting for a trip to Mallorca Fashion Outlet is always a winner, pleasing fashion lovers with its choice range of labels, and entertaining everybody.
Supplying glassware, bar accessories, cutlery and dishware to restaurants, hotels, cafes, bars and private customers.
Mallorca’s pooches and their owners adore Palma Dog – home of nourishing food and canine accessories for lucky furry friends.
It’s a challenge to enter the Baroque-style palacio that is Rialto Living and not be tempted by the sumptuous displays of to-die-for lifestyle goods.
If in your girliest moments you’ve ever imagined your dream closet, it would look a lot like this.Twin-Set is a beautifully feminine boutique in Palma.
Fresh bread; choice fruit and vegetables; tasty ingredients and sweet, safe beauty products; you’ll find them all at Veritas, the go-to shop for organic.
Classic Italian style comes courtesy of Farinelli – the Palma boutique doing clothing for men and women that bestows a sense of quality.
Nicolás Joyeros. The finest jewellery imbued with sensuality and good taste, all wrapped up in decades of Mallorca heritage.
You love nature, admire equestrian excellence and like wine. Then you’ll adore Es Fangar – the huge eco finca straddling Manacor and Felanitx.
Swiss watches are the best in the world, and the place to find them in Mallorca is Watches of Switzerland; a haven of luxury on Carrer Constitució.
An irresistible tale of history, fable and age-old farming traditions, Son Moragues is a 700 year-old estate in Valldemossa being preserved for the future.
It’s the only project of its kind in the whole of the Balearic Islands: it’s MOS Espai Gastronòmic; the Palma hub waking people up to the love of food.
“If you can’t find it here, you can’t find it anywhere,” say many of their customers, about the 84-year-old textile retailers. Find out more.
A deep love of traditional locally sourced handicrafts and antiques forms the foundation of the unique online shop, Sabellar.
After nearly a decade spent out of the fashion spotlight, Mallorcan designer Sebastián Pons returns with a new line of gender-fluid designs, Muchache.
There is something immediately inspiring and energising about the Openstudio79 creative space, full of beautiful, handmade objects that sparks one’s inner artist.
Set on the rediscovery of Mallorca’s baking heritage, Tomeu Arbona’s El Fornet de la Soca combines ancient ingredients with the island’s traditional recipes.
Jouells is the new company for hand-made jewellery that reinvents the typical Mallorcan ‘botón de oro y plata’ to offer unique one-of-a-kind pieces.
Fascinating designer Sybilla – who has just opened a brand new space in Palma – talks to Soledad Bescos about her life and passions.
Gallery Red has officially raised the bar in art and design in the Balearic Islands. Check out the photos from its glamorous opening night.
A new movement making an impact is Slow Design, inspired by the Slow Food- and Slow City-movements – it is more than a choice, it’s a way of life.
100% Mallorcan chocolate made with carob is free of additives and mineral rich. You can now get it in Bistro 20 in Llucmajor!
Two young men, Llorenç Pons and Alejandro Arranz, produce the first completely natural ketchup from the iconic Mallorcan ‘ramellet’ tomato. Find out more.
Cortana gowns designed by Mallorcan Rosa Esteva have graced brides like Sofia Wellesley and Queen Letizia. Meet the award-winning Spanish fashionista.
Celebrities including Angelina Jolie, Kate Moss and Princess Letizia wear her Pretty Ballerinas shoes. Soledad Bescós meets Úrsula Mascaró.
Spanish fashion designer Ángel Schlesser, known for him minimalism, elegance & functional designs for the professional, sophisticated women.
They’re everywhere right now. Instantly distinctive, Audali bags are beloved of fashion bloggers and a fine example of modern Mallorca handicraft.
The prestigious, bespoke family jewellers – Nicolás Joyeros celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2015, with the launch of Joaquín Berao contemporary jewellery designs which are now available on Mallorca.
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Orla Kiely gave a memorable showing of her Winter 2013 Collection at London Fashion Week with a strong 60’s influence – backcombed hair and flower slides, red wool coats and a-line skirts were a delight to behold.