• Kitsch bitch Vienna
  • Housing the homegrown Viennese label of the same name, Kitsch Bitch, this store possesses as much attitude as the moniker suggests. The design was inspired on ground level by it’s young founder, Lilly Egger, who favors a strict, classic color scheme of black and white. “The sayings and designs are catchy enough,” she explains. Like other twentysomethings, she draws inspiration from her friends and those they meet out on the town. “I started to… More info
    Mühlgasse 29, Vienna, 1040
  • We bandits Vienna
  • After having studied fashion and working for designers in Paris and Brussels, Sophie Pollak returned to her native Vienna to be closer to family and reevaluate her career path. She used this time to organize and develop a series of pop-up stores in which she featured talented artist friends and labels she admired. In this she found her passion and in November 2011 permanently opened up shop in Theobaldgasse, just around the corner from… More info
    Theobaldgasse 14, Vienna, 1060
  • Netousek Vienna
  • Netousek has all the characteristics of an old school tailor shop. From its tucked-away, cosy location on the Gumpendorferstrasse, Netousek is a family business in its third generation with the highest standards in craftsmanship, customer-service, garment customization and textile selection. Staffed by only four people, this small operation has a predominantly male clientele, consisting of business men, politicians and even members of the old… More info
    Gumpendorfer Strasse 17, Vienna, 1060
  • Polyklamott Vienna
  • Christoph Pfandler opened Polyklamott – located on Hofmühlgasse, just a few steps from the U4 Pilgramgasse subway stop – out of a love for fashion, and vintage clothing in particular. According to Pfandler, the area between Gumpendorferstrasse and Wienzeile was where much of the fashion scene was concentrated when he first opened the store in 2000. Today the store’s customers range from local residents to second hand fashion lovers from around… More info
    Hofmühlgasse 6, Vienna, 1060
  • Kayiko Vienna
  • Ever since Kayiko opened its doors in 1998, Salzburg-native Karin Oebster has been wowing customers with her avant-garde fashion creations. Although everything Karin sells in her store was produced here in Austria, she receives her unicolored fabrics from suppliers all over Europe. Because most of these fabrics are patternless, clothes from Kayiko tend to be highly versatile and ideal for layering. In addition to her permanent collection, Karin… More info
    Windmühlgasse 16, Vienna, 1060
  • Nachbarin Vienna
  • Literally wedged between Lichterloh's two entrances on the Gumpendorferstrasse, Nachbarin is a small boutique carrying a handpicked selection of designer fashion. The name refers to the unusual location of the store and the owner's previous working relationship with the folks at Lichterloh. Nachbarin is the place for real fashionistas seeking clothes, jewelry and hand-made shoes from younger, lesser-known labels such as Chalayan, Swash, Preen… More info
    Gumpendorferstrasse 17, Vienna, 1060
  • Modus vivendi Vienna
  • The Viennese label Modus Vivendi was established in 1988 by two friends named Charlotte Jakoubek and Monika Bacher. In 1992, a studio with an adjoining shop was opened in the Schadekgasse, a street running alongside the "Haus des Meeres," Vienna's famed aquarium. Modus Vivendi sells clothing for everyday use, stressing usability and comfort. The handcrafted pieces include knitted goods, as well as shirts, pants and blouses that are all part of a… More info
    Schadekgasse 4, Vienna, 1060
  • Jchoerl Vienna
  • Situated on the Köstlergasse, JCHOERL most definitely stands out with it’s statement pieces and outlandish designs. The master behind the garments is Juergen Christian Hoerl, a man who has devoted his life to designing and producing distinctive yet wearable fashion. Finding his passion for sewing at the tender age of 10, Hoerl knew early on what he wanted to be when he grew up, and so he wasted no time in making this a reality. In order to get to… More info
    Köstlergasse 7/2/26, Vienna, 1060
Back to top