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Go for a stroll through Vienna’s trendy shopping district and take something special home with you.
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Pearl-embroidered Art Nouveau and Charleston dresses can be found at Vintage Flo, as can designer fashion from the 1980s. The shop in the trendy Freihausviertel has developed into a real place of pilgrimage for nostalgic fashion-lovers. This is provided by about 5,000 items of clothing - of top quality and originality. A fact that also makes Vintage Flo a sought-after supplier for theatre plays, films and TV productions. Even international top designers get their inspiration here - from Stella Mc Cartney to Marc Jacobs.
VIV Vintage in Vienna in the hip Gumpendorfer Straße has also specialized in refined second-hand fashion from the period covering the 1920s to the 1990s. The charming small shop offers rarities by Kenzo or Yves Saint Laurent, as well as jewelry and household items.
Bocca Lupo is the place to go for a rummage. The large shop in Vienna city center serves up finds from luxury houses such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermès. Shoe lovers get their money's worth with refined pieces by Christian Louboutain or Manolo Blahnik.
Déjà Vu sells hand-picked second-hand goods ranging from luxury fashion to shoes and bags. Akris, Chanel and Prada items can be found in the store in Vienna city center, and have often been worn just the once.
Second-hand fashion from the collections of Giorgio Armani, YSL and other great designers at affordable prices - that's how Jil & Giorgio established itself. Apart from women's fashion, shoes, bags and accessories, the shop in the 9th district also carries children's clothing.
The period of time covered at Polyklamott ranges from the Sixties to the Nineties. The focus here is not on the elegance of expensive designer fashion of days gone by. Instead, everything revolves around extremely trendy and sometimes shrill T-shirts, pullovers, dresses and trousers. And Polyklamott also offers new pieces by young, mostly Viennese designers.
The vintage store Burggasse 24 also opts less for design brands than for hip and affordable second-hand fashion. The shop is reminiscent of a concept store – the clothing is appealingly presented in tall, light-drenched rooms.
Vintage fashion and new fashionable finds are also offered by Fräulein Kleidsam in the Abendstern Gallery. The tastefully selected products range from evening wear to hats to smart shoes.
Original fashion and shoes from earlier times are also available at the chic vintage showroom Extraschön. In addition to a luxury corner with designer fashion, there is also a flea market room with pieces at more affordable prices.
Carla offers used clothing as well as furniture and living accessories. At more than 8000 square metres, the shop floor would otherwise be a little large for textiles alone. Second-hand designer pieces and everyday clothing can be found here, and what is on offer changes constantly. By the way, Carla stands for "Caritas Laden" - in other words, everything you spend here goes to charity.
Gumpendorfer Straße 10-12