Shopping in the City Center – Fashion & Accessories
Vienna branch of the famous London-based label. A shop in boudoir design with a luxury product range for women.
The Amicis boutiques offer international designers in an architecturally awe-inspiring shopping environment.
Chic French fashion for babies to teenagers. Ranges include shoes and jewelry.
The luxurious Chegini stores feature an exclusive selection of fashion trends with cosmopolitan élan.
This noble collection of H&M offers purist fashion from Sweden.
Emis is the retail showcase for Japanese fashion design by Yohji Yamamoto, Comme des Garçons and Issey Miyake.
Avant garde fashion from Dries Van Noten, and an ever-changing line-up of other designers.
Cool Italian fashion, the sneakers in particular are in high demand.
The hand-stitched Herzilein collection for children is made and designed in Vienna.
Feminine fashion in the French style of the designer Isabel Marant can be found here.
Traditional Viennese gentlemen’s outfitter offering timelessly elegant, tailor-made styles. Knize is regarded as the world’s first men’s fashion brand.
Whether Givenchy or Lanvin, Liska is the place to go for a wide range of top designer fashions. They are also renowned for their in-house collection of exclusive furs.
Ludwig Reiter Schuhmanufaktur
Welted shoes in classical Viennese styles made by a traditional shoemaker.
As well as bespoke shoes, the shoemaker and former purveyor to the Imperial and Royal court sells high quality leather ladies’ handbags, briefcases, rucksacks, wallets and belts.
Imperial fashion, inspired by the style of Empress Elisabeth, combined with traditional Austrian attire, but with a modern flair - from Austrian brands and designers.
A cool shop with a minimalist ambience. Fashion by young international designers.
Austrian fashion and dirndls made to measure by Gexi Tostmann.
Avant-garde fashion, off the beaten track and in an unusual setting. Also a source of inspiration for fashionconscious men.
Handmade retro sneakers made from the finest leather, designed in Vienna and even spotted being worn by Paul Weller.