Shopping in Vienna

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When it comes to shopping, Vienna has always been known for couture men’s clothing. The family-run spot Netousek, on Gumpendorfer Strasse, has been c... Read More

When it comes to shopping, Vienna has always been known for couture men’s clothing. The family-run spot Netousek, on Gumpendorfer Strasse, has been creating suits for 75 years, and Mühlbauer has been making bespoke hats for a century. But in recent years, the city has come to embrace cutting-edge design from across Europe. Boutiques like Nachbarin carry hard-to-find pieces from Chalayan and Preen. Across the river, in the Second District, women can find Arnold Haas scarves at Wubet and high-end clothing at Song. If you’re looking for designer furniture, head to Lichterloh, with its unparalleled collection of mid-century design, or Das Möbel, which sells excellent Austrian and European home design products. And yes, they’ll help you get it all home.

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  • Bäckerstrasse4 Gallery

    In one of the city's finest modern art galleries, the emphasis is on younger artists, mostly from right here in Vienna. Read More

  • Buntwaesche

    This locally owned children's shop sells impossibly soft cotton designs—everything from T-shirts and skirts to onesies and leg warmers—for your youngest... Read More

  • Combinat

    Tucked inside the Museums Quartier, Combinat has spent a decade scouring Europe—from Vienna to Budapest and beyond—for cutting-edge design primarily for... Read More

  • Das Möbel

    There are two locations of this inventive, primarily Austrian- and German-designed furniture shop. One, in the Seventh District, puts all of the... Read More

  • Ina Kent

    It seems every fashionable Viennese woman owns a bag by leather maker Ina Kent. Her line features slouchy hobos in colors ranging from eggplant to... Read More

  • Lichterloh

    Midcentury Modern furniture fans will love this carefully curated showroom of Europe's finest furniture of the 20th century. The Gumpendorferstrasse is... Read More

  • Minimal

    Minimal is a children's concept shop in hip Neubau with incredible design, clever bags, and a sense of joie de vivre that matches the neighborhood. This... Read More

  • Mühlbauer

    Milliners for more than a century, Mühlbauer creates hats that grace celebrity heads and Viennese alike. This flagship shop opened in 2005, but the... Read More

  • Nachbarin

    This jewel box of a shop, which carries pieces from some of Europe's youngest and most avant garde designers—Chalayan, Swash, Preen, among others—never... Read More

  • Netousek

    In a city known for high-end men's suit designs, Netousek stands out. It's a family-run business with a loyal local clientele. The suits are created... Read More

  • Robert Horn's Wien

    A fine-leather-goods maker just behind St. Stephan's cathedral, Horn's wallets, bags, and books—often in bold colors—are a mark of distinction in the... Read More

  • Song

    Song boasts the best of all European design for men and women—Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga, Lulu Guinness, Piet Hein Eek—with a preference, at least... Read More

  • Wolfensson

    The cutting-edge men's and women's wear here are all in a muted palate of beige, white, gray, and black. You'll find high-end materials and European... Read More

  • Wubet

    Each scarf at Wubet is designed by Arnold Haas and hand loomed in Chile, Peru or Ethiopia in small batches. Expect glorious materials and ethereal,... Read More

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