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About Lince & Lobo

Lince & Lobo is an independent clothing store that was born with the purpose of creating a different place in Madrid where the taste of a generation influenced by cinematography, music and literature, art, will be projected through clothing. Lince & Lobo is for those who are looking for a place to find clothes away from the production modes of multinationals and large chains. Where you can find firms that prioritize the quality of the materials, the inspiration and history of their creators and genuine style. The name of Lince y Lobo is a tribute to the Iberian Peninsula and evokes our closest environment. Two predatory species with very different characters. Lynxes are independent animals of great beauty and in danger of extinction. Wolves are social, they need a pack, a natural leader to survive. As a metaphor, the characters of both have been transferred the store's atmosphere. Cosmopolitan urban life fits into the world of the wolf, while independence, differentiation, leaving the city and getting lost in nature, would bring us closer to the figure of the lynx.

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Lince & Lobo was born with the purpose of creating a different space in the Spanish capital where to project, through clothing, the taste of a generation influenced by cinema, music and literature. Dedicated to those people who are looking for a place to buy clothes 'without traps', clothing away from the mass production models of multinationals and large chains. A space where you can find Brands whose priority is the quality of the materials, the inspiration and history of its creators as well as the different lifestyles. In Lince & Lobo you can enjoy good, old-fashioned customer service: artisan and personal. The name is a tribute to the Iberian Peninsula, evoking its original environment. The combination of the character of the two predatory species has been transferred as a metaphor to the store. The urban, cosmopolitan life, in the lookout for trends, fits into the world of the Wolf; while independence, leaving the city and losing oneself in nature, brings us closer to the Lynx. A parallel that we find in the fashion of Lince & Lobo, where the individual and fraternal personality of their urban tribes coexist.