ZOMBIE Calle de la Virgen Any opportunity to venture into this historic and hedonistic street and we'll jump at the chance. Check out a few well-chosen baseball caps customized by Crazy Head. Also find some neat kicks and natty tees.
BARRIO SANTO Calle Cayetano Soler We heart this label greatly. Some of the finest tees that money can buy in quality cottons with that slightly moth-eaten worn-out effect that is so the look du jour.
KABALSUTRA Calle de la Virgen Not an obvious choice, but inside you'll find some cool little saddle bags small enough for a phone, some lippie, fags and a copy of DJmag!
HOLALA! Plaza Mercado Okay, so it's in the square just at the bottom of the Old Town with the fruit and veg market. Grab yourself some vintage threads and then pop across to the Croissant Show to tick the box of another Ibiza must-do.
MAZ Calle Cayetano Soler We'll give you the heads up on this location, it's very near the beginning of Calle de la Virgen. Featuring the most amazing selection of lightweight flats from this Brazilian brand, think Gola meets Onitsuka Tiger.
OPTICS DE MAR All over the place You'll find some great shades here. Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, Armani, and if you're quick off the mark we spotted some red Rayban's recently!
ASTRO Calle Cayetano Soler Have you noticed the baggy shorts thing going on in Ibiza? Tight at the knees but hanging like a yoga master? Astro have some wicked Beyouk.com denim versions here.
FRONTLINE Carrer Bartomeu Vicent Ramon Okay, it's the street that runs parallel to Avienda Bartolome (which is the one with the taxis rank - also scarily close to the DJmag apartment). They've got some mighty fine G Star garments, shoes and more for guys and girls.
PUMA Carrer Bartomeu Vicent Ramon What's new pussycat? The leaping panther won't have escaped your attention in Ibiza - jumping across visor caps, T-shirts and sneakers. Once you've checked out this store you'll understand why.
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