• Mein design Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Ulrike Eckerstorfer opened Mein Design in 2010 with the intention of selling locally made sustainable (and in many cases organic) goods. The shop is separated into multiple small sections that each house the work of a different designer. Twice a year new designers are chosen, and – with the exception of Eckerstorfer's products – there is a completely new line-up of goods. This concept shop offers up-and-coming designers an opportunity to engage… More info
    Kettenbrückengasse 6/1/1, Vienna, 1040
  • Gabarage Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • With their one-of-a-kind concept store, Gabarage has simultaneously managed to help people in need while creating remarkable products. Founded in 2002 by Gabriele Gottwald-Nathaniel in collaboration with the Anton Proksch Institute, Gabarage helps recovering drug addicts back on their feet by offering them one-year apprenticeships in their production facility. Here, the focus is on re-using discarded materials by "upcycling" them to make… More info
    Schleifmühlgasse 6, Vienna, 1040
  • Samstag Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Samstag is a boutique run by Peter Holzinger and Christian Moser; two fellows who've made it their mission to enhance Austria's design scene. In addition to showcasing home-grown talent, including Holzinger and Moser's own label of menswear, Superated, Samstag offers a platform for international clothing designers like Nonbykim from Amsterdam or Baiba Ripa from Riga. The store's graffiti-style facade on the Margaretenstrasse is a collaborative… More info
    Margaretenstraße 46/R2, Vienna, 1040
  • Ludwig reiter Vienna (Accessories, Shoes)
  • 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
    Wiedner Haupstrasse 41, Vienna, 1040
  • Flo vintage Vienna (Accessories, Hats)
  • "A noble form of recycling" was owner Ingrid Raab's reply when asked what Flo Vintage, her boutique in the Schleifmühlgasse, is all about. Mrs. Raab knows all of her clothing "personally" and should be credited as one of the people who started the vintage store movement in Vienna. Long before international celebrities like Julia Roberts and Reese Witherspoon started showing up at the Oscars wearing vintage fashion, Mrs. Raab understood that… More info
    Schleifmühlgasse 15a, Vienna, 1040
  • Pregenzer Vienna (Accessories, Women's Shoes)
  • Owner and designer Jutta Pregenzer opened her store in its current location over twenty years ago, before Schleifmühlgasse became synonymous with contemporary art galleries and international foods. After designing clothes for ten years, Pregenzer wanted to open a store for own label and others that she enjoys. Her workshop is located next door in a courtyard apartment. Here Pregenzer and her tailors produce hand made collections using only the… More info
    Schleifmühlgasse 4A, Vienna, 1040
  • Ready-made Vienna (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Martina Salner designs and assembles bespoke clothing. While Salner had known from an early age that fashion was her ideal career, she spent years indulging in making theatre costumes only in her spare time before opening Ready-Made in 2007. Today Ready-Made churns out two collections each year (Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter) of what Salner describes as "classically themed" pieces. From skirts and blouses to winter jackets and the occasional… More info
    Kettenbrückengasse 14, Vienna, 1040
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