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    FASHION FORWARD:

    Discover MQ Vienna

    Fashion Weeks

    avant-garde creations

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    MONDAY FRIDAY 9:00 21:00

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    Krntner Strae 24, 1010 Wien, Austria

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  • Welcome to Vienna

    Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, we can help you

    discover the very best of this cultured European capital. Vienna has

    much to ofer, as our guide on page 45 reveals. Readers who appreciate

    cutting-edge fashion will enjoy our feature on the citys avant-garde

    fashion week (page 32), and in this issue we also reveal the new boutiques

    you wont want to miss.

    SHOP is part of Global Blue, the Tax Free Shopping market leader

    that helps you save up to 15% when shopping in Austria. We publish

    guides to over 40 destinations across Europe and Asia. Our international

    insider knowledge means we are ideally placed to tell you about the top

    global brands youll fnd in Vienna. For the very latest information, visit

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    simplest way to shop tax free without flling in Tax Free Forms by hand,

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  • CONTRIBUTORS

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    Hannah Lewis

    Hannah Lewis, features editor

    at SHOP, read English at the

    University of Oxford before

    gaining an MA in journalism

    from the London College of

    Fashion. She has previously

    worked for Time Out in the

    Middle East.

    Katie Byrne

    SHOPs assistant picture

    editor Katie Byrne graduated

    in contemporary media

    practice from the University

    of Westminster, specialising

    in photography, and has

    previously worked in celebrity

    news and picture agencies.

    Theresa Harold

    SHOPs assistant news editor

    Theresa Harold studied

    creative writing at Bath Spa

    University. Since then, she

    has worked in Hong Kong,

    Macau and London, covering

    the latest ideas in luxury living

    and interviewing designers.

    Emmanuel Romeuf

    Award-winning illustrator

    Emmanuel Romeufs

    thoughtful use of detail and

    playful concepts made him

    the ideal choice of illustrator

    for this seasons cover of

    SHOP Vienna. The cover was

    inspired by our feature

    about MQ Vienna Fashion

    Week read more about

    this avant-garde event,

    held in the citys exciting

    MuseumsQuartier, on page

    32. Emmanuels other clients

    include international names

    such as Warner Music, Helena

    Rubinstein and Toyota.

    Explore our archive of cover

    illustrations at

    globalblue.com/covers.

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    Disclaimer: SHOP magazine is published by Global Blue Group. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part is strictly prohibited. While every care is made to ensure all of the information is correct, Global Blue cannot be held responsible for any changes in information that may occur afer publication. Global Blue shall not be liable for any damage, loss, injury or inconvenience arising out of, or in connection with, the contents of the guide. All rights reserved. 2016 Global Blue

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    Editor-in-chief

    Emma Cheevers

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    Global Blue Austria,

    Zetschegasse 17,

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    Chinese editor

    Yuan Fang

    Associate Chinese editor

    Junjie Dou

    Chinese contributing editor

    Qingya He

    Chinese editorial assistants

    Yangzi Liang, Manqing Li

    Chinese translators

    Yin Shi, Chenguang Yi

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    Anastasia Nemchenok

    Russian editorial assistant

    Karina Starobina

    Russian translators

    Teena Garnik, Gary Ramazanov

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    Corporate production coordinator

    Inga Abramian

    Head of digital

    Eamonn Leacy

    Digital campaign manager

    Iwona Wlodarczyk

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    Digital marketing assistant

    Anastasia Budieva

    Product manager

    Devesh Sankadecha

    Developer

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    Deputy editor

    Sally McIlhone

    Cover illustrator

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    Production editor

    Caterina Mazzolai

    Assistant production editor

    Katie Muxworthy

    Features editor

    Hannah Lewis

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    Ximena Daneri

    Fashion coordinator

    Fani Mari

    Fashion intern

    Danielle De Wolfe

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    Rebecca Davies

    Assistant news editor

    Theresa Harold

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    Hester Lacey

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    Katie Davis, Sue Flook, Claire Gervat, Ann Morphew, Harriet OBrien

    Picture editor

    Kirsty Andrews

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    Grace Bird, Katie Byrne

    Senior picture assistant

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    Above: TrueYou spring/summer 2016

    Products

    20 Check Out

    SHOP selects a standout piece from

    Vienna this season

    22 Products

    Key looks for the season, from fashion and

    footwear to jewellery and accessories

    News

    26 Shop Window

    One store not to be missed in Vienna

    28 News

    Seasonal updates on shops, services and

    new products

    Features

    32 Cover story: Daring To Be Different

    The Austrian capital is full of creative

    flair and bold style surprises, as

    Theresa Harold discovers at MQ Vienna

    Fashion Week

    CONTENTS

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    Experience

    40 Stay in Style

    SHOPs guide to the worlds most exclusive

    hotels

    Guide

    45 Maps and guides to the key shopping areas

    of Vienna

    Essentials

    49 How To Shop Tax Free

    The simple steps to saving money on your

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    Johannik and Romana Frst, who created the store of upcycled products after Johannik spent two years in Africa working for an NGO and saw how items were reworked and reused there. Bespoke products can also be commissioned. fmKellerwerk Telefonlampen lamp,

    price on request,Kellerwerk, Gumpendorfer Strasse 48, 1060 Vienna, +43 (0)699 1065 5755, kellerwerk.at

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    NEW LEASE OF LIFE

    Kellerwerk is a Vienna-based homewares, clothing and accessories brand that focuses on original, one-of-a-kind pieces, made by combining different products to create new ones. This unique, appealing lamp, sure to make a talking point in any living room, was created using an old telephone. Lamps, bookcases, tables and furniture of all sorts are given a new lease of life by founders Sascha

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    1x 20 cm chefs knife, 1x 14 cm utility knife and 1x 8 cm vegetable knife

    Performance Cut is the WMF trademark for superior and long-lasting sharpness in household knives.

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    Add individuality to your outfit with bold reds and striking golds

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    3. Max Mara glasses, 210, Peek & Cloppenburg, Krntner Strasse 29, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 8904 8880, maxmara.com

    4. Herms diary cover, 920, Herms, Graben 22, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 532 5656, hermes.com

    5. Keiko Mecheri Hanae perfume,

    75ml, 145, Le Parfum, Petersplatz 3, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 535 3939, keikomecheri.com

    6. Bally ankle boots, 695, Bally, Graben 12, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 513 0550, bally.eu

    1. Marc Cain top, 79.90, Marc Cain, Weihburggasse 4, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 512 4185, marc-cain.com

    2. Frey Wille ring, 345, Frey Wille, Lobkowitzplatz 1, 1010 Vienna, +43 1 (0)513 800914, freywille.com

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    7. Alexander McQueen bag, 1,345, Alexander McQueen, Tuchlauben 7A, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 535 0395, alexandermcqueen.com

    8. 7 For All Mankind jeans, 220, 7 For All Mankind, Seitzergasse 3, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 533 7796, 7forallmankind.com

    9. Roeckl scarf, 269, Roeckl, Seilergasse 1, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 512 0726, roeckl.com

    10. Thomas Sabo bracelet, 159, Thomas Sabo, Seilergasse 4, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 512 3925,thomassabo.com

    11. Mac lipstick, 20.99, Stef, Krntner Strasse 19, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 513 14454, maccosmetics.com

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    Keep it simple this summer with monochrome tones

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    1. Victorinox watch, 629, Mayr & Fessler, Krntner Strasse 37, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 512 2888, victorinox.com

    2. Ermenegildo Zegna trainers,

    450, Ermenegildo Zegna, Kohlmarkt 8-10, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 512 0979, zegna.com

    3. Marc OPolo jacket, 229, Marc OPolo, Trattnerhof 1, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 532 4001, marc-o-polo.com

    4. B&O Play headphones, 449, Media Markt, Landstrasser Hauptstrasse 1B, 1030 Vienna, +43 (0)1 54699, beoplay.com

    5. Louis Vuitton keychain, from

    195, Louis Vuitton, Tuchlauben 3-7, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 533 6151, louisvuitton.com

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    6. Diesel jeans, 300, Diesel, Mariahilfer Strasse 89, 1060 Vienna, +43 (0)1 587 701072, diesel.com

    7. Montblanc screenwriter, 505, Montblanc, Graben 15, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 532 3330, montblanc.com

    8. Cos T-shirt, 49, Cos, Bauernmarkt 2A, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 532 0538, cosstores.com

    9. Vertu phone, 15,500, Juwelier Kck, Graben 22, 1070 Vienna, +43 (0)1 532 0888, vertu.com

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    GOLDEN TOUCH

    Chanel opened a new store in Viennas Golden Quarter in July 2015; as with all of the brands boutiques, the space was conceived by New York architect Peter Marino to reflect the creativity and craftsmanship at the core of the maison. Marino drew inspiration from Mademoiselle Chanels own Parisian

    townhouse on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honor and her apartment at 31 rue Cambon. The stunning new store carries the labels latest ready-to-wear collections alongside leather goods, footwear, accessories and watches. thChanel, Tuchlauben 1, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 532 246800, chanel.com

    FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 48

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    Statement jewellery is a key trend this season and Wempes spring/summer 2016 collection is nothing short of dazzling. Distinctive, eye-catching highlights include the Revival By Kim necklace, a chic, contemporary take on the classic curb-link chain necklace (9,975). This classic 1970s style has been redesigned in feminine rose gold and combines a bold handmade link chain with a solid necklace. For evening, jewellery fans should seek out By Kims exquisite Colonna cocktail rings, adorned with a sizeable tourmaline in either sea green or purple, as well as the spectacular haute joaillerie bracelet, whose sapphire and diamond design was inspired by the crest of a wave. irs

    PERFECT FIT

    A made-to-measure suit or dress is not hard to find, but in modern times, bespoke shoes are less common. Scheer, however, still produces made-to-measure footwear in its workshop in the heart of Vienna, in a building of the Grnderzeit architectural style. The company dates from 1816, and little has changed about the manufacturing process that has now been handed down through seven

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    Wempe, Krntner Strasse 41, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 512 3322, wempe.com

    FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 48

    generations of the founding family. The creation of each pair of handmade shoes takes around 60 hours and clients make three visits to the workshop before taking their natural leather footwear home; Scheer produces around 300 pairs each year. rdScheer, Brunerstrasse 4, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 533 8084, scheer.at

    FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 48

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  • AUSTRIA WELCOMES HACKETT

    British menswear brand Hackett has opened its first Austrian store in Vienna. The 130-square-metre space is divided into three rooms, connected by curved panelled archways. Customers enter the store through casualwear, which includes Hacketts partnership collection with Aston Martin; the second room houses the Hackett Mayfair and formalwear collections; at

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    the back of the store, visitors will find a spacious fitting room area complete with a bar. The development has stayed true to the historic buildings original features while introducing modern elements such as granite and timber flooring and exposed brickwork. This merging of old and new reflects Hacketts own combination of tradition with modern sophistication. rdHackett, Wallnerstrasse 3, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 5334 46122, hackett.com

    FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 48

    PROVENCE IN VIENNA Austrian designer Lena Hoschek celebrated

    the 10th anniversary of her fashion label in November 2015. For her spring/summer 2016 show, she took inspiration from Provence and concocted a collection of dreamy dresses, bohemian accessories and rustic footwear, in a muted colour scheme with liberal use of floral patterns and faded fabrics. Hoscheks keen eye for detail deftly transported the audience to an idyllic Mediterranean landscape. Visitors to the Vienna store in the citys MuseumsQuartier will be similarly enchanted. thLena Hoschek, Gutenberggasse 17, 1070 Vienna, +43 (0)1 5030 9200, lenahoschek.com PH

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  • BRILLIANT BUCHERER

    Bucherer has been known for excellence since it opened its first watch and jewellery boutique in Lucerne in 1888, and today it has stores across the globe. The companys long partnership with Rolex allows it to offer an unrivalled selection of the brands prestigous watches. Bucherers own range of fine jewellery is also not to be missed. Look out for the exquisite La Cerise collection, which includes these ultra-feminine flower-shaped earrings (3,850) with their intricate decoration of diamonds and tourmalines. irsBucherer, Krntner Strasse 2, 1010 Vienna, +43 (0)1 512 6730, bucherer.com

    FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 48

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    EASTERN MAGIC

    Indigo Express is the destination in Vienna for authentic Indian interiors and accessories. Located in the citys 6th district, the showroom stocks solid wooden tables, stools, cabinets, sideboards and benches, all sourced in India

    and reclaimed from premises such as schools and teashops. Owner Irene Haberfelner-Adams previously worked with interior designers in New York, and her love of all things Indian stems from her extensive travels in south Asia. rdIndigo Express, Linke Wienzeile 108, 1060 Vienna, +43 (0)664 946 9254, indigoexpress.at

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  • The Austrian capital is full of creative fair and bold style surprises, as Theresa Harold discovers at MQ

    Vienna Fashion Week

    Lef: And I Maximus collection spring/summer 2016

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    Above (clockwise from top left): And I Maximus collection spring/summer 2016; the brands designer Andreas Eberharter; Eberharter at work in his atelier

    While cities such as Paris and London have a long-standing fashion week tradition, Viennas version

    is a more recent addition to the industry calendar. Nonetheless, it has already built a global reputation for its daring, avant-garde designs perhaps unexpectedly so, given the citys conservative reputation. Located in the MuseumsQuartier, a restored area of historic and contemporary buildings, MQ Vienna Fashion Week showcases new work through exhibitions, events and fashion shows. With the

    eyes of the worlds press on them, emerging and established designers have a great opportunity to present their visions for the new season.

    One such established talent is Andreas Eberharter of luxury accessories brand And I. Founded in 2001, the label has won numerous awards including Best Accessories Designer in 2010 and Best Designer Branding in 2012, both at the Vienna Fashion Awards. Eberharter trained as a goldsmith and sculptor, and his unique metal masks and eyepatches have become cult classics. Celebrity fans include

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    Above (both): Callisti spring/summer 2016

    Milla Jovovich and Beyonc. Lady Gaga even used an And I eyepatch in her music video for Paparazzi. Speaking about his inspiration, Eberharter admits that he is totally sci-fi and tribal influenced yet he acknowledges the impact Austria has on his work. I grew up in the mountains of Tyrol. My grandfather had a really nice farm on one of the highest alps in Zillertal. So for me, it is very important to reconnect with nature in order to clear the mind and get new ideas. Living in Vienna, I can get to a national park within 30 minutes by car.

    Living in proximity to areas of great natural beauty may be a key factor for Eberharter, but other designers take inspiration from different sources. As Martina Mller Callisti, founder and designer of fashion brand Callisti, explains, I get all my inspiration when I travel around the world: other cultures, people on the streets, other fashion designers thats what inspires me. With her use of form-fitting leather, strategic cut-outs, and harnesses as accessories, Callistis work is representative of Viennas new, audacious take on fashion. In PH

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    Above (clockwise from top left): two looks from TrueYou spring/summer 2016; the brands founder and CEO Ilja J Lawal

    the last couple of years, there has been a small fashion scene slowly becoming more avant-garde. So I am hopeful that Vienna is steering away from the conservative and traditional.

    Much like And I, Callisti is only physically stocked in Vienna, though both designers have online stores. This means that although they have international clients, the majority of customers for And I and Callisti are Austrian. My client ratio is about 70% Austrian and 30% international, says Callisti. Since I have my store in the 1st district in Vienna, there are a lot of tourists too. Does this have a noticeable impact on design concepts? I have some special clients in Vienna who have been buying my clothes for years, she says. Since I know them pretty well by now, I like to design some items especially for them.

    Ilja J Lawal, chief executive and founder

    By encouraging local designers to set up shop in the heart of the city, Vienna shows that it takes pride in its home-grown talent

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    Above: TrueYou spring/summer 2016

    of TrueYou, is similarly pragmatic. While we

    dont necessarily design our products with the

    Viennese client in mind, we do try to keep our

    designs as wearable as possible, he explains.

    Since we are indeed based in Vienna, we strive

    to please the broad audience rather than just

    reaching a small set of individuals.

    Those who saw his show at MQ Vienna

    Fashion Week might wonder how net T-shirts

    and dropped-crotch trousers can be considered

    wearable, yet away from the make-up and

    dramatic styling of the catwalk, the individual

    pieces strike just the right balance of edgy

    and easy-to-wear. Indeed, the majority of the

    collection is unisex which really does address

    the broadest audience possible.

    Schella Kann is another Austrian label with

    its atelier in Vienna. Established in 1985, it is

    something of an institution on the Viennese

    fashion circuit. Yet designer Anita Aigner is

    anything but complacent. Vienna has changed

    a lot in the last 20 years, she remarks. Its not

    that conservative any more. Influenced by

    renowned Austrian fashion designer Helmut

    Lang, Aigner creates directional pieces for the

    modern woman. Her recent collections have

    played with volume and shape, subtly altering

    the bodys silhouette.

    One of the most interesting aspects of

    Viennas shopping scene is that, unlike many

    other cities, its quirky and independent fashion

    stores are not relegated to the outer fringes.

    In fact, both Callisti and Schella Kann have

    flagship stores in the historic 1st district.

    By encouraging local designers to set up

    shop in the heart of the city, Vienna sends out a

    clear message that it takes pride in its home-

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    GENERATOR PARIS

    Located in the citys up-and-coming 10th arrondissement, this is the Generator groups largest venue to date. Generators establishments take the concept of relaxed, traveller-friendly hostels and reinvent it for style-conscious clients. Generator Paris features a rooftop terrace with beautiful views

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    ingredients while resident mixologist Erik Rychnavsky creates cocktails inspired by stories from the hotels rich past in the American Bar. Be sure to visit the hotels 380-year-old wine cellar, where master sommelier Gino Nardella hosts wine tastings and wine-pairing dinners throughout the year.The Stafford London, 16-18 St Jamess Place, London SW1A 1NJ, +44 (0)20 7493 0111, thestaffordlondon.com

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