• Rudolf scheer & söhne Vienna
  • 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
  • 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
    Wiedner Haupstrasse 41, Vienna, 1040
  • 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
  • Zap zapateria Vienna
  • Before you walk into this store, you'd better brace yourself for a multicolored, dizzying display of rare and radiant "Zapatos." If you're a shoe aficionado or a serious collector, your heart is sure to leap up when you behold this rainbow of far-out footwear. Zapateria specializes in hard-to-find, limited editions from notable brands like Nike, Adidas or Lacoste, but they also carry shoes from lesser known companies such as Langenbrett from… More info
    Kirchengasse 26, Vienna, 1070
  • Shu! Vienna
  • Before you even set foot inside this airy, modernist shop space, the neon blue sign on the Neubaugasse should tell you that Shu! is not your run-of-the-mill shoe store. Architects Markus Tomaselli and Bernd Schweizer deigned the interior, which includes a floating bench, gigantic mirror and a continuation of the neon lighting theme from Shu!'s facade. The store is run by Brigitte Fiala, who oversees a vast selection of shoes from international… More info
    Neubaugasse 34, Vienna, 1070
  • Catrinette Vienna
  • In September 2012, Katharina Marchgraber, an art historian by training and next of kin to an antiques dealer, established Catrinette to turn her passion for collecting vintage decor, clothing and furniture into her profession. Located on Porzellangasse, the main thoroughfare of the ninth district's Servitenviertel - a lively neighborhood with a deep appreciation for culture and the arts - this unique four-leaf clover-shaped boutique is a vintage… More info
    Porzellangasse 28, Vienna, 1090
  • 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
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