El Corte Inglés does it again, innovating the shopping experience to create unique opportunities for women to enjoy retail in bespoke environments. With the launch of Serrano 47 Woman store on Madrid’s luxury Golden Mile shopping street, the location is a five-storey womenswear emporium, launched by British model/socialite Poppy Delevingne to complement the men’s fashion shop which opened last November in the luxury 52 Calle Serrano, Serrano MAN.
Conceived as a dynamic living space, the retail giant’s new female-dedicated shopping centre is an innovative concept that offers diverse products across five levels, presenting different lifestyle solutions for the modern woman.
Determined to offer high-quality products, the luxury store showcases over 500 Spanish and international brands, some of which are exclusive to the store, spread over five levels. This exciting new female concept store includes a whole floor dedicated to footwear, lingerie, shapewear and accessories; another devoted to personal care; and the first, second and third floors highlight the latest trends for women’s fashion ranging from leading international designers like Alexander Wang to contemporary brands like Max&Co and Voltaire – not to mention exceptional Spanish fashion designers such as Adolfo Domínguez.
Of course, El Corte Inglés’s Serrano 47 Woman store would not be complete without their famous VIP and Personal Shopper service where multilingual staff are dedicated to helping international visitors with their purchases, tax refunds and providing a 10% reward card, in addition to delivering purchases to guests’ hotels.
Those visiting the new Serrano 47 Woman on Golden Mile street are sure to discover not just a store, but a haven for fashionistas.
About El Corte Inglés:
El Corte Inglés is a world leader in large department stores and a benchmark of Spanish distribution. With more than 70 years’ experience, the group has maintained from the outset a policy of customer service and an ongoing concern with adapting itself to suit the tastes and needs of society. This has led, in turn, to a policy of diversification and the creation of new business formats. In addition to the El Corte Inglés department stores, the group has other chains, such as Hipercor, Opencor, and Supercor, among others.