This multi-brand store located in the city center is a great showcase for fashion and design.

Ramón Esteve architecture studio is in charge of Chapeau’s interiors. An interior design in which the play of mirrors and prisms enhances the garments and gives prominence to their design.

The experience begins on the outside, where a large steel canopy frames the glass façade. Upon entering the store, a windowless space of 800 square meters opens up; both men’s and women’s fashion areas are conceived as two stages where collections are displayed. This is reinforced by the LED screens on which video art compositions by Javier Santaella are projected in loop, and interleaved with fashion shows from major international catwalks.


At the back of the store, there is one of the most important features of the interior design: a large skylight allowing a flood of light entering the space.

The interior design is intended to leave customers spellbound by a game of shapes, shadows and reflections that turn shopping into a complete visual experience.