This store started off in nearby Gijon and then opened a branch in Oviedo in 1990. It sells stylish and elegant clothes and accessories for men. The emphasis is on the classic cut but they are not averse to selling items with innovative touches. They stock Brooksfield, Alan Pain, Grisby, Van Laack, Timberland and Daniel Hechter. The interior is spacious and furnished in traditional style. There's something for all ages. Sports jackets cost from 50000 ptas.
This company started off with a store in nearby Gijon in 1944 and opened a branch here in Oviedo in 1985. It stocks good quality casual clothes and shoes for young people and the emphasis is on the best leather from the market leaders for men and women, such as Camper, Quintana, Charro, Timberland, Mascaro, Lotusse and Tod's. The leather jackets are outstanding and very popular among the local youths, costing from 55000 ptas upwards.
This store, which opened in 1965, sells good quality, fashionable shoes. The stock ranges from dress shoes to casual shoes and they're all stylish and distinctive. They also sell accessories, including a wide range of bags. You'll find prestigious makes on sale, such as Farrutx and Mascaro. The interior is elegant and simply decorated. The price range is average to high and the goods are aimed at the sophisticated end of the market. A pair of shoes costs from 13000 ptas.
This shop is located next to the Calle Uria shopping street and sells a wide range of goods for children and babies. You'll find ideal gift ideas for newborn babies, from long nighties to jumpers and bootees, cot covers, and little bags for prams. You can buy smart and fashionable clothes for children aged up to 14. They always have good combinations of matching outfits. The interior is spacious and the service is good. You can buy a girl's dress for 13000 ptas.
This is a traditional shop for anglers. They stock all kinds of goods for fishing, ranging from a variety of rods to boots and baskets. Fishing enthusiasts should consult the well-informed salesman before choosing their equipment. They also sell bait and little boxes to keep it in. You'll also find fishing trousers, waistcoats, anoraks and caps. A decent rod will cost you 19000 ptas.
This shop opened in 1930 and still sells the same sort of quality products that gained it fame in the first place. Even the most demanding "chocaholics" will be satisfied here. They also sell a wide range of pastries and confectionery goods. You can buy silver trays, fancy boxes and glass containers which make ideal gifts. It's irresistable once you know it exists. 1kg of chocolates cost 5600 ptas.
The female designer with roots in the north-west of Spain is hailed as an icon of the spanish fashion scene. In 1985, she opened her first store in Antwerp, several others in Japan followed suit. It was not until 10 years later that she actually set up shop in her home country, too. The label bears her own name for a good reason, as her collections are always a reflection of her personality. Garcia designs classical and casual fashion for men and women that is admired for its understated elegance.