Group of people in front of a shop on Tuchlauben

Elegant brands, exclusive flagship stores

The Kohlmarkt was once home to a large number of Imperial and Royal court purveyors; today, the stores of the big luxury brands line the street. The elegant Swiss watch and jewelry company Chopard has set up shop right at the start of the pedestrian zone.

Several luxury brands are at home in a noble palace about half-way down the Kohlmarkt. Milan fashion house Dolce & Gabbana is here, also American designer Michael Kors is here with his handbags and his fashion and Tiffany & Co. has been coming for a long time: the legendary American jeweler was an imperial and royal court purveyor long before the Vienna store opened. Dior has moved in next door and presents French chic.

Just a few more steps towards the city center, Ferragamo offers elegant Italian shoes and accessories. Things continue in classic British style with Burberry and with elegant Italian fashion design by Gucci, Fendi and Giorgio Armani. At the end of Kohlmarkt, Chanel awaits with French exclusivity.

The Cartier boutique with its exquisite watches and luxurious jewelry forms the link between the Kohlmarkt and Graben. In this also very exclusive, car-free shopping street, Hermès has set up its Viennese flagship store. Jenny on Kärntner Strasse is the top address in Vienna for fashion by Jil Sander.

Luxurious flagship stores are also to be found on Tuchlauben, the extension of Kohlmarkt: Here, in the so-called "Golden Quarter", Louis Vuitton, Bottega Veneta, Valentino, Etro, Miu Miu, Alexander McQueen and Emporio Armani reside next door to one another. Right opposite is the refined shoe designer Jimmy Choo and Akris presents fashion from Switzerland, feminine and discreet.

A bit further along on Tuchlauben is the shop of Vivienne Westwood, including the couture tailored fashion otherwise found only at the main shop in London. The cult label Agent Provocateur from London presents its daring, extravagant designer lingerie next door. Dsquared2 is above all a destination for fashion-conscious men.

Around the corner on Seitzergasse, Mulberry and Brioni have set up shop, and on neighboring Bognergasse, Prada, Saint Laurent and Brunello Cucinelli have their flagship stores.

But very exclusive labels can also be found in some of the nearby side alleys: Versace is located in the Trattnerhof, Missoni can be found on Rauhensteingasse. There is glitz and glamour to be had in the store of German luxury designer Philipp Plein on Bauernmarkt. He is famous for his leather jackets, skull and tattoo motifs and crystal-decorated shirts, jeans and jackets.

Chopard

Kohlmarkt 16, 1010 Wien

Dolce & Gabbana

Kohlmarkt 8-10, 1010 Wien

Tiffany

Kohlmarkt 8-10, 1010 Wien

Dior

Kohlmarkt 6, 1010 Wien

Ferragamo

Kohlmarkt 7, 1010 Wien

Michael Kors

Kohlmarkt 8-10, 1010 Wien

Burberry

Kohlmarkt 2, 1010 Wien
  • Opening times

    • Mo - Th, 10:00 - 18:30
    • Fr, 10:00 - 19:00
    • Sa, 10:00 - 18:00

Gucci

Kohlmarkt 5, 1010 Wien

Giorgio Armani

Kohlmarkt 3, 1010 Wien

Chanel

Tuchlauben 1, 1010 Wien

Cartier

Kohlmarkt 1, 1010 Wien

Hermès

Graben 22, 1010 Wien

Jenny

Kärntner Straße 16, 1010 Wien

Louis Vuitton

Tuchlauben 3, 1010 Wien

Bottega Veneta

Tuchlauben 5, 1010 Wien

Valentino

Tuchlauben 5, 1010 Wien

Etro

Tuchlauben 5, 1010 Wien

Miu Miu

Tuchlauben 7, 1010 Wien

Emporio Armani

Tuchlauben 7a, 1010 Wien

Jimmy Choo

Tuchlauben 4, 1010 Wien

Akris

Tuchlauben 8, 1010 Wien

Agent Provocateur

Tuchlauben 14 , 1010 Wien

Dsquared2

Tuchlauben 16, 1010 Wien

Mulberry

Seitzergasse 2-4, 1010 Wien

Brioni

Seitzergasse 2-4, 1010 Wien

Prada

Bognergasse 4, 1010 Wien

Saint Laurent

Bognergasse 4, 1010 Wien

Brunello Cucinelli

Bognergasse 4, 1010 Wien

Versace

Trattnerhof 1, 1010 Wien

Missoni

Rauhensteingasse 4, 1010 Wien

Philipp Plein

Bauernmarkt 2, 1010 Wien
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