The leather Lederhosen at Hans Frauenschuh are indestructible. The patterns for the dirndl dresses have been handed down for generations. What originally opened as a tannery is today the address for modern and traditional costumes. Finest quality workmanship, with high-quality leather and made to measure on request. If you want to experience Tyrol in a fashionable way, you have to come here!
In the Englhaus, quasi around the corner from legendary places like the "Londoner", Brigitte and Michael Sinnesberger show what is happening on the catwalks in Paris or Milan. Namely pieces by brands like Lala Berlin, Anine Bing or M Missoni. The fashion Dorado covers 120 square metres. With exposed concrete, deer antlers and leather sofas - shopping couldn't be cooler!
Plates, cups, vases, bowls, jugs. Barbara Schmidt produces white porcelain in her porcelain workshop on Römerweg. Inspired by nature, she paints it by hand and also makes her own pottery. Very fine tableware and wonderful souvenirs!
Great designers and creative young talents. Anyone who wants to shop like Carrie Bradshaw is in good hands with Helmut Eder. He stocks luxury brands such as Givenchy, Moncler, Valentino and Chloé. So if you're still looking for the right look for your upcoming dinner: Helmut Eder knows exactly what suits you!
Inside, fragrant botany meets “hygge” feeling. Andrea Foidl's shop is a crossover between a colourful florist's shop, a furnishing boutique, a decoration fundus, a delicatessen and a wine cellar. The short journey to St. Johann is worth it. Be sure to take enough time with you as people like to spend a few hours here!
Fashion, interior design and more
Fans of fashion and interior design will be in their element in these concept stores!