Jean-Pierre Bua

L'Antiga Esquerra de l'Eixample
Men's + Women's Clothing

The best Parisian fashion houses are all represented at this splashy boutique with tiled walls and a spiral staircase. Jean-Pierre Bua also trumpets lesser-known designers like Rabih Kayrouz, who, after studying fashion in Paris, went back to Lebanon where he designs couture influenced by Beirut society.

Jean-Pierre Bua
Diagonal 469Barcelona, Spain
34-9/3439-7100

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