• Mein design Vienna (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • 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
  • India Vienna (Clothing, Tailoring)
  • Founded by the Cherkoori family, INDIA is a wonderous garment and textile store that has been around since the 1970s. In 2008, the reins were handed over to Harri Cherkoori, who runs the business with his wife Praline Le Moulet. The two of them are something of a fashion power-couple; Harri grew up in the garment business and Praline is a graduate from a Paris fashion school. Together they help design and create a plethora of India-inspired… More info
    Strobelgasse 2, Vienna, 1010
  • Catrinette Vienna (Clothing, Vintage)
  • 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
  • E35  Vienna (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • 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
  • Knize Vienna (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • Established in the mid-19th century, Knize touts itself as being the first official menswear brand. In 1910, Adolf Loos designed the store on the Graben, which has provided generations of Austrian and European nobility with some of the world's finest suits, blazers and dinner clothes, as well as ties and shirts. Each individual suit, be it single or double-breasted, takes at least ten days to manufacture and involves some 7000 stitches. Many… More info
    Graben 13, Vienna, 1010
  • Jungmann & neffe Vienna (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • The story of Jungmann & Neffe begins in 1836 when Leopold Jungmann founded his commission-based fabrics company. In 1881, Leopold's son, Wilhelm, oversaw the opening of the store on the Albrechtsplatz (now Albertinaplatz), where it still stands today as a protected historic landmark. Most of Jungmann & Neffe's interior, from the mural depicting an allegory of the silk trade to the solid oak panelling, dates back to the store's inception. Back… More info
    Albertinaplatz 3, Vienna, 1010
  • Gino venturini Vienna (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • Venturini's tailored shirts have represented the best in Italian craftsmanship since the store opened in 1962. Gino Venturini and his son Nicolas know that the tailoring process isn't only about finding the right cut. Different faces, for instance, require different collar shapes, while proper fabric selection is always crucial to ensure maximum comfort and style. Venturini's inventory consists of 400 fabrics, from Popeline to Sea Island Cotton… More info
    Spiegelgasse 9, Vienna, 1010
  • Wier Vienna (Clothing, Men & Women)
  • Wier, a funky little shop tucked in a cellar just off of the city’s main shopping strip, is what resulted after a couple of talented artisans met each other at a designer’s market. After many years as nomadic stallholders at Vienna’s markets, the local co-creators behind the label Nullkommasiebenprozent (nicknamed NKSP) and the design duo of Franz - the popular hipster, drawstring gym bag that looks like a teabag (known in Vienna as a… More info
    Neubaugürtel 4, Vienna, 1070
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