It was the store design that attracted me in the first place: an extremely cool minimalistic interior made of bright stone, pale wood and golden lights. Masscob’s fashion is just as sophisticated. Warm colors, soft materials and small fancy details add up to a quite unique urban chic.
I particularly love Masscob’s knitwear. Straight-cut fuzzy sweaters and cardigans in sandy, ocher and burgundy hues. They go along perfectly with pants, skirts and dresses. And I adore their flared and cropped wide-leg pants – there’s a terrific pair in Japanese denim with stitched creases.
What impresses me is that you can wear Masscob at almost any occasion. You are well-dressed for a day in the office, a night out with best friends, and even on a first date. The clothes have a price, yes, but I love the idea that goes along with it: Downsize your wardrobe to a selection of timeless, wearable basics that you can mix, match and layer for different classy outfits. Something I’ve been trying for several years now.
Within the last decade, Palma has developed a pronounced passion for fashion. Local brands like Suite 13, Cortana or Mews are door-to-door with well-known international labels. And there are shops featuring outstanding architecture in former movie theaters and art galleries like Rialto Living, La Principal and even Zara. And now Masscob, the small label from La Coruña, that opened up just recently in an emblematic historic building on Plaça del Mercat.