• R. horn's Vienna
  • Robert Horn has been manufacturing his elegant leather goods for over two decades. The antique-lovers who roam near his shop certainly know to appreciate his meticulous attention to detail. "These people have an eye for special things," Horn told us. However, even customers with less extravagant tastes are likely to fall in love with the selection of expertly-crafted purses and briefcases. The original store can be a challenge to find, as it is… More info
    Mahlerstrasse 5, Vienna, 1010
  • R. horn's Vienna
  • Robert Horn has been manufacturing his elegant leather goods for over two decades. The antique-lovers who roam near his shop certainly know to appreciate his meticulous attention to detail. "These people have an eye for special things," Horn told us. However, even customers with less extravagant tastes are likely to fall in love with the selection of expertly-crafted purses and briefcases. The original store can be a challenge to find, as it is… More info
    Bräunerstrasse 7, Vienna, 1010
  • R. horn's Vienna
  • Robert Horn has been manufacturing his elegant leather goods for over two decades. The antique-lovers who roam near his shop certainly know to appreciate his meticulous attention to detail. "These people have an eye for special things," Horn told us. However, even customers with less extravagant tastes are likely to fall in love with the selection of expertly-crafted purses and briefcases. The original store can be a challenge to find, as it is… More info
    Stephansplatz 3, Vienna, 1010
  • Ludwig reiter Vienna
  • Ludwig Reiter’s history goes back all the way to 1884, when Ludwig Reiter I and his wife moved from Bohemian Carlsbad to Vienna, where they opened up a shoemaking workshop in Wieden, the fourth district of the city. Only a few years later, they were already supplying custom made boots and welted shoes to the Austrian imperial security outfit. Fast forward to the 21st century and four generations later: With several international shops and their… More info
    Fürichgasse 6, Vienna, 1010
  • Ludwig reiter Vienna
  • Ludwig Reiter’s history goes back all the way to 1884, when Ludwig Reiter I and his wife moved from Bohemian Carlsbad to Vienna, where they opened up a shoemaking workshop in Wieden, the fourth district of the city. Only a few years later, they were already supplying custom made boots and welted shoes to the Austrian imperial security outfit. Fast forward to the 21st century and four generations later: With several international shops and their… More info
    Mölkersteig 1, Vienna, 1010
  • Knize Vienna
  • Established in the mid-19th century, Knize touts itself as being the first official menswear brand. In 1910, Adolf Loos designed the store on the Graben, which has provided generations of Austrian and European nobility with some of the world's finest suits, blazers and dinner clothes, as well as ties and shirts. Each individual suit, be it single or double-breasted, takes at least ten days to manufacture and involves some 7000 stitches. Many… More info
    Graben 13, Vienna, 1010
  • Jungmann & neffe Vienna
  • The story of Jungmann & Neffe begins in 1836 when Leopold Jungmann founded his commission-based fabrics company. In 1881, Leopold's son, Wilhelm, oversaw the opening of the store on the Albrechtsplatz (now Albertinaplatz), where it still stands today as a protected historic landmark. Most of Jungmann & Neffe's interior, from the mural depicting an allegory of the silk trade to the solid oak panelling, dates back to the store's inception… More info
    Albertinaplatz 3, Vienna, 1010
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