• Ina kent Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Ina Kent founded her eponymous bag label in Vienna in 2007. Her first shop was – and still is – located on Lindengasse, just off of Neubaugasse in Vienna’s 7th district. By September 2011, business had picked up, and the label expanded with a second outlet on Siebensterngasse, just a few minutes by foot from the flagship store. Ina Kent’s bags and accessories are made from fine Italian leather and are available in a multitude of colors from… More info
    Siebensterngasse 50, Vienna, 1070
  • Ozelot Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Bags are the name of the game at Ozelot, a store on the Lindengasse whose neatly arranged interior is fittingly reminiscent of a well-packed suitcase. The shelves are lined with a wide variety of purses, briefcases, backpacks, totes, travel bags and wallets, as well as smaller items like iPhone and pencil cases. Ozelot's tagline is “Individual Bags” and, indeed, its assortment is characterized by an originality that is likely to please anyone… More info
    Lindengasse 43, Vienna, 1070
  • Werkbank Vienna (Home & Design, Furniture)
  • Die Werkbank is a small, quaint shop with a big bold concept: handmade. That’s right, everything inside is handcrafted. The owner, Katharina, describes it as a little bird amongst the giant global brands or, in other words, as a space for young artisan designers to exhibit and sell their work. The name of the shop translates to "the work bench," reflecting its former life as the carpentry workshop of Katharina's father. And while the smell of… More info
    Breite Gasse 1, Vienna, 1070
  • Brillen manufaktur Vienna (Accessories, Eyewear)
  • Brillen Manufaktur is an eyeglass store for individuals seeking quality, stylish glasses that are a little less mainstream than the models you always see at the office or on the beach. (Nothing against those Ray Ban aviators, but if Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer can move on, so can we.) The broad selection of sun and reading glasses includes brands such as Alain Mikli, ic! Berlin, Oliver Peoples, Reiz and many others. In addition to its choice… More info
    Neubaugasse 18, Vienna, 1070
  • Szászi hüte Vienna (Accessories, Hats)
  • Located near the start of the Mariahilferstrasse, just outside the MuseumsQuartier, on a street that, ahem, boasts an ever-increasing number of McDonald's restaurants and H&M outlets, Szászi Hüte might seem out of place. But of all the stores on Austria's longest shopping street few, if any, have been around as long as this old-school hat maker, whose workshop is tucked away in a courtyard flanking the MQ. Founded in 1858 by master-milliner… More info
    Mariahilferstrasse 4, Vienna, 1070
  • E35  Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Named after the famous European roadway which runs from Amsterdam to Rome, E35 has become a destination in itself for those seeking quality menswear brands. The store in Vienna's 7th district is the second installment, after the first E35 opened in Modena, Italy in 2004. It is risky to try and pin down the style of clothing sold here, but there is definitely a bias towards time-tested classics with a modern twist. Expect to find shirts, jeans and… More info
    Schottenfeldgasse 67, Vienna, 1070
  • Wall Vienna (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Looking for a place to get a chic makeover? Introducing WALL: a hair salon and fashion boutique designed to ensure that you walk out the door as a whole new you with a haircut by one of the best stylists in the city and an entire new outfit for the weekend. A fashion landmark in Vienna, WALL stocks an impressive and carefully selected range of indie European designers, like the bold Netherlander Conny Groenewegen, the radical and subversive… More info
    Westbahnstrasse 5a, Vienna, 1070
  • Eigensinnig Vienna (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Street photographer Toni Tramezzini and fashion school alumna Stephanie Hofer are the self-willed owners of Eigensinnig. This spacious photography gallery cum clothing store, located on a baroque pedestrian square in Vienna’s 7th district, opened its doors in October 2012. The fact that not one of the store’s baroque arches resembles another reflects the owners’ non-conformist philosophy. Stephanie spent years researching and hand picking… More info
    Sankt-Ulrichs-Platz 4, Vienna, 1070
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