• E35  Vienna (Accessories, Shoes)
  • 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
  • Rudolf scheer & söhne Vienna (Accessories, Shoes)
  • The Scheer Shoe Manufacture represents seven generations of excellence in shoe-making, dating back to 1816. After winning a gold medal for its wares at the 1873 World's Fair, Scheer became the official shoemaker for the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1878. Almost a century and a half later, Scheer is still producing custom-made shoes that are unbeatable in their craftsmanship and elegance. The leather from which these shoes are made is still stored… More info
    Bräunerstraße 4, Vienna, 1010
  • Eigensinnig Vienna (Accessories, Shoes)
  • 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
  • We bandits Vienna (Accessories, Shoes)
  • 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
  • Park Vienna (Accessories, Shoes)
  • Park was founded by contemporary design enthusiasts Markus Strasser and Helmuth Ruthner. Their idea was to create a space where the boundries between different areas of design, like fashion, art or industrial design, become blurred, and where talented young designers can exhibit their creations. Situated in the Mondscheingasse 20, Park takes up 480 square meters, offering customers an atmosphere that facilitates a 'sensitized consciousness' mode… More info
    Mondscheingasse 20, Vienna, 1070
  • Sneak in Vienna (Accessories, Shoes)
  • Every bit of clothing housed in the airy, fresh space of the cafe/streetwear store, Sneak In, is handpicked by streetwear aficionado and owner Ali. And he’s got some damn fine taste. From a bold sneaker collection that will have trainer nerds frothing at the mouth, to a range of t-shirts on the racks from the likes of Stussy, it’s obvious that a lot of research is at play here. “What you’ll find here is a collection of rare streetwear pieces that… More info
    Siebensterngasse 12, Vienna, 1070
  • 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
  • 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
    Fürichgasse 6, Vienna, 1010
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