style

  • Chlada
  • Eva Blut
  • FLorian Jewelry, Beatica
  • Gino Venturini
  • Huber & Lerner
  • JANA WIELAND
  • LEDERHAAS
  • M.Maurer
  • Mühlbauer
  • R. Horn’s
  • ROSA MOSA
  • rudolf
  • Sagan Vienna
  • SAID THE FOX
  • Schau Schau Brillen
  • Spirit of Oil
  • Wiener Seife
  • Yogesh
  • Zur Schwäbischen Jungfrau
  • A brass incense burner on a wooden surface with soft background lighting.
  • A pair of beige casual shoes with perforations on a white wooden surface bathed in warm sunlight.
  • Four identical dark bottles with labels lined up on a stand.
  • Eine Person in einer blauen Jacke, gesehen von hinten vor einer strukturierten Wand.
  • Gold tassel lying on a wooden surface against a red background.
  • Sepiafarbene Nahaufnahme von kugelförmigen, porösen Steinen, die in einer Kurve angeordnet sind, neben einer strukturierten goldenen Oberfläche.
  • Reihe ordentlich angeordneter Seifenstücke mit „Wiener Seife“-Etiketten auf einem Regal.
  • Eine Auswahl ätherischer Ölflaschen mit der Aufschrift „Spirit of Oil“, angeordnet auf einem hellen, verschwommenen Hintergrund.
  • A stylish hat with a patterned design displayed on a stand against a plain background.
  • Nahaufnahme einer grünen Handtasche mit Markenetikett und Kettendetail.
  • Two neatly folded towels on a wooden surface, one with a herringbone pattern and the other striped.
  • Ein geprägtes Wappen auf einem strukturierten Papierhintergrund.
  • Braune Lederclutch mit geflochtenem Schlüsselanhänger auf einem weißen Tisch im Innenbereich.
  • Eine Parfümflasche mit Zerstäuber auf einem Tisch, darauf ein Etikett mit dem Text „truth jp.2 yogesh artisanal fragrances“ und ein Schwarz-Weiß-Bild eines Mannes.
  • Close-up of clear framed eyeglasses displayed on a shelf.
  • Eine Nahaufnahme von dekorativen Kissen auf einem elegant gemachten Bett.
  • Schaufensterpuppe mit gestreiftem Hemd und gemusterter blauer Krawatte vor einem hölzernen, blinden Hintergrund.
  • Close-up of a row of leather bags showcasing various textures and colors.
  • A stack of folded striped textiles with a tag reading "...said the fox.
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Werkstätte Chlada

Werkstätte Chlada
available online / /
+43 660 1636 911 /
office@chlada.com / www.chlada.com /

Werkstätte Chlada is a traditional craftsman shop using a material that has been molded into countless shapes for centuries. However, there is always room for continuous innovation and the quest for something that has never been done before. This seeming contradiction is one of many at the core of Rudolf Chlada’s creativity and distinctive style.


THE GREAT TRADITION, CAST IN A NEW MOLD

Impressive mirror and photo frames, desk accessories like letter openers and ornamental cork stoppers, elegant candleholders and lanterns, delicate bookmarks and keyring pendants – many of Rudolf Chlada’s products are created using a unique technique of joining pewter and glass. Pewter has had a constant presence in the life of Europeans dating back thousands of years. Numerous pieces of the highest artistic quality and workmanship like pitchers, jars, bowls and plates hail from the period of medieval pewterer guilds.

As pewter lost its relevance to the rise of porcelain, a new perspective was opened up by looking at the metal’s esthetic qualities – its soft sheen, metallic-rough but pleasant surface quality, and its charming patina. All these features were especially appreciated and used in the arts and crafts movement of the Art Nouveau period when new shapes, functions and means of manipulating pewter were developed. This is the historical period Rudolf Chlada’s workshop is based on – a high standard of material quality and execution guarantees pieces of lasting value and the capability of meeting sophisticated and challenging special requests.


OLD CRAFT, YOUNG EYE

Before Rudolf Chlada founded his workshop in 1960 in order to realize his own and his son Robert’s designs, he worked at the Hagenauer metal workshops, collaborating on commissions for the Hofburg, Parliament, the State Opera and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Chlada stands for traditional classic craftsmanship with a distinguishing curiosity for and openness to the development of new techniques and styles.



Werkstätte Chlada
available online / /
+43 660 1636 911 /
office@chlada.com / www.chlada.com /
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Eva Blut

Eva Blut
Schottenfeldgasse 43/2/28a / A-1070 Wien /
+43 1 890 65 60-15 /
wien@evablut.com / www.evablut.com /

The sheer understatement of premium Eva Blut leather bags excites customers around the world. Alongside their high quality, the functionality of these bags also impresses: perfect for modern requirements, the bags adapt to changing needs.

With the Eva Blut label, founded in 1999, the designer Eva Buchleitner has been concentrating entirely on accessories since 2009 – and has been innovatively continuing the tradition of highquality leather goods in Vienna. In doing so, she combines traditional techniques with modern space concepts and contemporary functionality. Her convertible bags are future classics that do not have to stand for something different every season, but instead impress with their sharp design, shaped by fine details and casual play with material effects.


BAG A PERENNIAL CLASSIC

The effortless chic of the collections by Eva Blut keeps pace with the eventful nature of modern life. The light and functional flexibility of the products meet the needs of the zeitgeist. Both the size and functions of the bags can be quickly adapted to everyday needs with just a few movements. This can be done quickly en route from the office to the nursery, between a business meeting and going to the moveis, between the supermarket and where you’ve parked your bike. The design language of this bag is so strong and independent that the renowned brand from Vienna is recognizable without an intrusive logo, whilst still always remaining a clear Vienna original.


DISTINCTIVE WITHOUT AN INTRUSIVE LOGO

The seasonal collections that play with colors, new materials and new design ideas are supplemented by the timeless black and natural brown Future Classic Line as well as the Velocité bicycle bag collection.



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Eva Blut
Schottenfeldgasse 43/2/28a / A-1070 Wien /
+43 1 890 65 60-15 /
wien@evablut.com / www.evablut.com /
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FLorian Jewelry, Beatica

FLorian Jewelry, Beatica
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info@beatica.com / www.beatica.com /

FLorian jewelry has been offering its fashion jewelery at the very top level of high and avant-garde fashion since 2005. With its surprising combinations of materials and original shapes, FLorian jewelry has attracted worldwide attention and found large numbers of fans.


A BIG LOOK THANKS TO THE SMALLEST DETAILS

The central moment of FLorian jewelry is its direct aesthetic effect – the pieces are not conceptual messages, but material objects that one covets, has to have, and loves to wear on one’s body. The designs are often created in such a way that the jewelery pieces can be worn in different ways, leaving it open for the user to choose not just one specific way to wear, but very different looks and atmospheres. In this sense, the jewelery pieces are “enhancers” – they reinforce the personality by providing enough space for the wearer’s individuality.

This appeal is now having an impact around the world, as shown by the many retail partners FLorian jewelry has been able to acquire so far, including Harrods and Liberty in London, and Barneys and Bergdorf Goodman in New York, as well as concept stores like Colette and Dover Street Market in London, Ginza in New York, H.P. France in Tokyo and many more.


QUALITY THAT IS TAKING THE FASHION WORLD BY STORM

FLorian jewelry presents entirely new women’s jewelery collections twice a year, as well as a men’s line and multiple special editions. Every collection spans a huge range, from styles for everyday wear to elegant designs and even spectacular body objects, which are enjoying huge interest from the fashion press and have appeared in magazines such as i-D, W-Magazine, Vogue Italy, GB, Nippon, Russia, Elle, Another Magazine, Numero, Monocle etc.



FLorian Jewelry, Beatica
available online / /

info@beatica.com / www.beatica.com /
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Hemdenmacher Gino Venturini

Hemdenmacher Gino Venturini
Spiegelgasse 9 / 1010 Wien /
+43 1 512 88 45 /
office@venturini.at / www.venturini.at /

Bespoke shirts from Gino Venturini have been being lovingly crafted into little works of art from valuable cotton fabric and outstanding threads for over 100 years. That is why loyal customers will find this brand with its rich tradition all over the world.


OPEN, NOT BUTTONED UP

The renowned bespoke shirts of the Viennese company Gino Venturini have represented the highest quality craftsmanship for generations, while also impressing with their easy, always up-to-date chic. Perhaps it is the Italian nose for design that the name suggests – Venturini bespoke shirts are anything but stiff.

From the perfection of the design, through the tiniest details like the handchosen mother of pearl buttons, to modern accents such as strong colors and unusual pattern combinations – a Venturini is something to love.

No wonder that a large proportion of Venturini’s customers come from the advertising and communications sector in particular. And although Gino and son Nici Venturini’s lips remain sealed when it comes to names, there are also some famous faces who have been loyal customers of this renowned Viennese craft business for many years. Undisputedly one of the top manufacturers of bespoke shirts in the sector, Venturini concentrates on its core business. Every single step of the process – from measuring up to producing the cut to cutting and sewing – is done by hand.


FROM MOTHER OF PEARL TO CASHMERE

What is more, the stylish shop in a beautiful city center location also offers various accessories and additional products that give a classic shirt that little something extra. The style-conscious will find cashmere jumpers, cufflinks, braces and much more here – often in the strong colors the company is famous for. Everything to fit out the customer in a contemporary look and the very highest quality.



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Hemdenmacher Gino Venturini
Spiegelgasse 9 / 1010 Wien /
+43 1 512 88 45 /
office@venturini.at / www.venturini.at /
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Huber & Lerner

Huber & Lerner
Weihburggasse 4 / A-1010 Wien /
+43 1 533 50 75 / +43 1 533 50 74 /
office@huber-lerner.at / www.huber-lerner.at /

The traditional company Huber & Lerner, which has been around for more than a century, stands for exquisite printed materials, high-quality printing and embossing as well as special services. Now led by the fourth generation, the long and eventful family history that began on Kohlmarkt will now be continued in an upscale stationery store on Weihburggasse.


Royal families, government offices, renowned companies and a number of eminent personalities from the worlds of politics, business and culture place their trust in Huber & Lerner. The traditional company prides itself on its service and provides proficient advice relating to etiquette and protocol as well as layout and design of high-quality personalised stationery.

SERVICE FROM TRADITION

Taking time for its customers and products is part of Huber & Lerner‘s philosophy, which seeks to provide an alternative to the fast pace of life today. Pia Huber-Pock and Johannes Huber-Pock, siblings who have led the traditional company Huber & Lerner since 2006, live the motto of “service built on tradition” and have many things to say about their products: from quality and origin of the paper to the special printing techniques used.

 


For example, Huber & Lerner offers steel engraving the most exclusive of all printing methods. This craft is the result of years of experience and unique know-how.

Today, this is a contemporary expression of each person’s own lifestyle. The exclusive collection of paper ranges from standard quality paper, to an in-house stationery collection, to the finest deckle edged paper.

NOW EVEN SLOWER

Exclusive leather products, selected gift wrap paper, greeting cards, photo albums, calendars and high-quality designer products complete the range.



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Huber & Lerner
Weihburggasse 4 / A-1010 Wien /
+43 1 533 50 75 / +43 1 533 50 74 /
office@huber-lerner.at / www.huber-lerner.at /
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JANA WIELAND

JANA WIELAND
Liechtensteinstraße 91/1 / A-1090 Vienna /
+43 699 11 01 01 52 /
mail@janawieland.at / www.janawieland.at /

Relaxed people are inspiring people are beautiful people – so goes the leitmotif of Jana Wieland and her Viennese fashion ­label founded in 2016. The typical silhouette is timeless and fresh, and envelops the body with elegance and respect. Viennese coziness, to wear on your own body!

Jana Wieland is known for her relaxed designs. Simple, sculptural tailoring and a playful pajama reference are recurring characteristics of her collections. Those who want to experience the essence of her brand opt for the Bow Sleeve Shirt the label’s versatile signature piece makes formal looks appear relaxed and comfortable looks appear sophisticated. The designer’s decidedly personal work is also reflected in her advertising campaigns, to which she always lends her own face.


RELAX!

Jana Wieland’s philosophy is based on honesty and sensitivity in dealing with people and the planet. Here, too, she works in a relaxed and efficient manner. Series production of her collections takes place in a fair and sustainable way, with the garments made exclusively from materials manufactured from surplus production and stocks of well-known brands. All buttons are made in Vienna.

Designer Jana Wieland makes each new sample collection, from paper cut to final look, by hand in her Vienna studio. This avoids unnecessary transportation and the creative process remains intimate and honest. Grass cartons made from35% grass fiber and 65% recycled paper are used for shipping.


VIENNA ORIGINAL

Today, Jana Wieland is one of the entrenched greats of the Viennese fashion scene. Yet she only graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in fashion design from the Linz University of Art –under Fabrics Interseason and Ute Ploier – in 2014. She received the Fashion Award of the City of Vienna in 2018 and was showcased as a contributor to the Austrian fashion scene in the MAK show in 2020.



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JANA WIELAND
Liechtensteinstraße 91/1 / A-1090 Vienna /
+43 699 11 01 01 52 /
mail@janawieland.at / www.janawieland.at /
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LEDERHAAS

LEDERHAAS
available online / /
+43 676 741 00 77 /
office@lederhaas-cosmetics.com / www.lederhaas-cosmetics.com /

In the Vienna Creative Lab, premium natural cosmetics are composed with care and expertise from selected organic raw materials, fair-trade ingredients, precious essences and the purest of natural oils. Lederhaas Organic Skincare stands for maximum purity, sensuality and elegance.

How do colors smell? Do color proportions correspond to the chords of a perfume? Can the visible be seen purely through the eye? At Lederhaas, such questions lead to creations that can find their inspiration in art, nature or in special places. The founder Wolfgang Lederhaas – Germanist, philosopher, perfumer and cosmetics manufacturer – combines the humanities and natural sciences. The premium natural cosmetics brand he created in 2011 pursues a unique concept.


 HOLISTIC WHOLLY DIFFERENT

Lederhaas combines the knowledge of the biological effectiveness of plants with innovative formulations, high-quality recipes and sophisticated textures – for a sensual care experience. For him, nature is the teacher, designer and master of design. His Creative Lab uses nature’s building blocks to produce sophisticated and effective cosmetics that holistically address body, mind, soul and the senses.

Because for the interdisciplinary thinker Lederhaas, aesthetics, ecology, economy and social issues belong together: valuable design unites the good with the beautiful. With this in mind, Lederhaas, together with great artists such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Arnulf Rainer, has realized fascinating border crossings between art and cosmetics.


THE ART OF BEAUTY

The ingredients for this art of beauty are selected medicinal plants and their oils, fragrances, juices and extracts or mineral-rich rock salt. Whether for our daily body care or for the most beautiful moments of aesthetic experience, they always deliver intense moisture, wrap and nourish the skin to be soft and supple.



LEDERHAAS
available online / /
+43 676 741 00 77 /
office@lederhaas-cosmetics.com / www.lederhaas-cosmetics.com /
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M. Maurer

M. Maurer
Kandlgasse 20 / A-1070 Vienna /
+43 1 523 10 43 / +43 1 905 95 53 /
office@mmaurer.at / www.mmaurer.at /

Welcome to the world of Viennese passementerie, a centuries-old profession full of style and elegance. M. Maurer has been producing exquisite tassels, trimming, cufflinks, uniform accessories and much more by hand and using traditional methods since 1863.

The family company M. Maurer has been crafting embellishments for clothing, uniforms and furniture for over 150 years. Upholstery decorated with trimming, curtains elegantly gathered with handmade tassels, a chandelier mount that has been given a fresh, new shine with sophisticated yarn: this is the power of the passementerie from the house of M. Maurer.


TRADITION WITH A NEW SPARKLE

What’s more, since the 19th century, the passementier has been a specialist for decorative braids such as ornamental ribbons, woven trimmings, fringes, cords and braids: with the aim of refining clothes, upholstered furniture, lampshades, curtains and other textiles via appliqués. To do so, sixth-generation manager Albert Maurer processes high-quality products using ultra-specialized procedures.

At M. Maurer, one-off pieces are created by hand using traditional techniques to fulfil individual customer wishes, with both old and new machines in use: the ground floor hums with the sound of embroidery and braiding machines, while sewing machines whir on the first, looms weave on the second and spinning machines spin on the third.


REFINEMENTS FOR ALL

Among other things, the family company also fabricates gold embroidery, mounted medals, collar patches and rank slides. Whether large orders or custom-made products, whether we become the Tracht-maker, club outfitter, costume designer, interior designer or uniform outfitter: every customer is welcome at M. Maurer.

 



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M. Maurer
Kandlgasse 20 / A-1070 Vienna /
+43 1 523 10 43 / +43 1 905 95 53 /
office@mmaurer.at / www.mmaurer.at /
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Mühlbauer Hutmanufaktur since 1903

Mühlbauer Hutmanufaktur since 1903
Seilergasse 10 / Neubaugasse 34 / A-1010 Vienna / 1070 Vienna /
+43 1 533 52 69 / +43 1 533 52 69-23 /
office@muehlbauer.at / www.muehlbauer.at /

In 1903 Julianna Mühlbauer opened a small millinery with shop attached in the Viennese suburb of Floridsdorf. Now, over 100 years later, the family business is in its fourth generation and is a leading player in the headwear market worldwide.


ONE DOESN’T LEAVE THE HOUSE WITHOUT THESE HATS

Klaus Mühlbauer, in charge of the business since 2001, has turned the traditional Viennese company into a headwear label discussed and published internationally. If it’s about headwear, then Mühlbauer is part of it. The journey to contemporary headwear included a return to the age-old knowhow and traditional crafting techniques of hatmaking. In collaboration with designers Nora Berger and Barbara Gölles, Klaus Mühlbauer develops a headwear collection twice a year to international acclaim. The topic “headwear” is redefined every season, and in doing so absorbs other accessories into its sphere. Mühlbauer products set aesthetic benchmarks, are hand finished and made of top quality raw materials. This didn’t remain secret for long: over 60% of the hats produced in the Viennese workshop depart for international destinations. Renowned stores such as Le Bon Marché (Paris), Harrods, Liberty (London), Lodenfrey (Munich), 10 Corso Como (Milan), Isetan and HP France (Tokyo) have become Mühlbauer customers.

Therefore it is hardly surprising that famous personalities such as Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep, Madonna and Yoko Ono discovered the headwear label from Vienna. Cooperations with designers such as Wunderkind or Nigo’s label Human Made secure Mühlbauer’s position in the international world of fashion.


THE HUNDRED YEARS OLD TREND-SETTER

In Austria the first new flagship store was opened in Vienna’s city centre in 2005. The mono brand boutique, designed by the architect duo Kühn Malvezzi, reflects the design and quality of the handmade hats. 2011 saw the launch of the new homepage – now the entire collection can also be purchased online: www.muehlbauer.at



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Mühlbauer Hutmanufaktur since 1903
Seilergasse 10 / Neubaugasse 34 / A-1010 Vienna / 1070 Vienna /
+43 1 533 52 69 / +43 1 533 52 69-23 /
office@muehlbauer.at / www.muehlbauer.at /
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R. Horn’s Wien

R. Horn’s Wien
Bräunerstraße 7 / Stephansplatz 3 / Herrengasse 6-8 / A-1010 Vienna /
+43 1 512 25 07 / +43 1 513 64 07 / +43 1 532 23 51 /
office@rhorns.com / www.rhorns.com /

Robert Horn’s handbags, briefcases and portfolios have achieved cult status with their perfect combination of tradition and modern influences – timeless purity, masterful craftsmanship, and simple fine elegance.


THE SUBLIME FEEL OF NOBLE LEATHERS

Robert Horn’s designs follow the classic Viennese Avantgarde tradition. The functionalism, already appreciated by the likes of Viennese master architect Adolf Loos, is unmistakable in the company’s products such as his portfolio travel bags, briefcases and wallets.

In order to meet the highest quality standards set for leather goods, R. Horn utilizes only the finest materials like calf leather, nubuck, and original scotch grain, a type of cowhide with a famously coarse finish and extremely stable texture achieved through tanning and embossing.


FINE HANDMADE LEATHER GOODS FROM VIENNA

 



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R. Horn’s Wien
Bräunerstraße 7 / Stephansplatz 3 / Herrengasse 6-8 / A-1010 Vienna /
+43 1 512 25 07 / +43 1 513 64 07 / +43 1 532 23 51 /
office@rhorns.com / www.rhorns.com /
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ROSA MOSA

ROSA MOSA
Schleifmühlgasse 18/1 / A-1040 Vienna /
+43 1 941 03 19 /
info@rosamosa.com / www.rosamosa.com /

In 2001 Simone Springer and Yuji Mizobuchi founded the label rosa mosa. The shoe and accessory designs by the Austrian-Japanese duo are inspired by folklore, which is redefined in the new context of current fashion trends.


OLD HANDCRAFT HASN’T BEEN THIS NEW FOR A LONG TIME

rosa mosa often employs traditional techniques to implement its designs, collaborating to this end with regional craftspeople, for instance an artisan rug maker from Salzburg, a Hungarian basket weaver, or a production plant for indigo-dyed fabrics in Burgenland with which rosa mosa has developed a technique for adapting a traditional fabric printing and dyeing method to be used for accessories and shoes made of leather. Vegetable-tanned hides from local producers are another one of rosa mosa’s staple raw materials.

This technique gives the end product a unique feel and look and is gentle not only on the environment but also on the wearer’s feet. Moreover, the unpredictable nature of vegetable tanning methods, which always produce slightly varying color nuances, also lends the shoes a one-off flair. In addition to its indigo leather accessories rosa mosa has a new line of bags made of hand-woven wicker. Using an old technique, rosa mosa has created contemporary designs through fresh combinations with colorful leather or fur. Along with new collections every season, rosa mosa also has its  tried and true models, for example the slipper “Maria”, which it has been producing for five years now. In this way rosa mosa has successfully revived a traditional and time-honored classic Austrian shoe.


SALZBURG MEETS KYOTO – ONLY IN VIENNA!

The designers behind the rosa mosa brand are Simone Springer from Salzburg and Yuji Mizobuchi from Kyoto. Simone graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and Yuji studied Buddhist philosophy in Kyoto. They met while studying Footwear and Accessories at the Cordwainers College in London and soon began collaborating, bringing their individual skills together to create a collection of entirely handmade, one-off carved wooden sandals that were shown at the London Fashion Week. For this collection the couple received the “Curriers‘ Award for Excellence in Leathercraft” and became associate members of “The Guild of Master Craftsmen.”

After working with a bespoke shoemaker in Brighton they decided to relocate to Austria and start their own label rosa mosa.



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ROSA MOSA
Schleifmühlgasse 18/1 / A-1040 Vienna /
+43 1 941 03 19 /
info@rosamosa.com / www.rosamosa.com /
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rudolf

rudolf
Bauernmarkt 11 / A-1010 Vienna /

hello@rudolfvienna.com / www.rudolfvienna.com /

Since 2014, the Viennese textile company rudolf has been combining timeless design with natural materials as well as the ancient art of dyeing with local processing. The result is stylish products that are top quality, have a unique design and contribute to a healthy environment.

The two founders of rudolf, Lisa Mladek and Antonia Maedel, complement each other perfectly when it comes to fabrics and how they are processed. Lisa learned everything there is to know about dyeing in her family’s own dye house, whereas Antonia studied textile design in London. The duo put their hearts and souls into dying as well as creating exquisite patterns, high-quality material mixtures and processing these to make unique garments and home accessories. To pull this off, rudolf relies on the plant dying of purely natural materials that are processed locally.


NATURE KNIT INTO THE FABRIC

Their goal is to offer high quality products that are made to last and yet are completely degradable. The architecture and design history of the city of Vienna serve as important sources of inspiration for patterns that are created on the old-fashioned loom in the studio. It takes time for the designs to be fully perfected and made ready for production.

As well as differences in how they look and feel, the natural fibres from rudolf also are good for the environment, which makes everyone happy. The natural fibres that are used come from sheep from controlled organic animal husbandry and are dyed using natural dyes in the family’s own dye house in Vienna. Furthermore, everything is manufactured within a radius of 150 kilometres of Vienna.


ONLY RUDOLF IS A RUDOLF

And where did rudolf get its name?
The grandfathers of the founders were both called rudolf and because the skill and quality of that time is reflected in everything they do, never mind the designs and technologies of today and tomorrow. This leaves you with uncompromising quality.



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rudolf
Bauernmarkt 11 / A-1010 Vienna /

hello@rudolfvienna.com / www.rudolfvienna.com /
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Sagan Vienna

Sagan Vienna
Gutenberggasse 1-5/2 / A-1070 Vienna /
+43 650 50 30 184 /
info@sagan-vienna.com / www.sagan-vienna.com /

Magnificent pieces with a strong aesthetic character and a captivating uniqueness – that is what the luxury label for handbags and knitwear stands for. Sagan Vienna was founded by Tanja Bradaric and Taro Ohmae in 2012 with the aim of combining professional craftsmanship and exquisite design. The result are pieces that will be loved for years.


VIENNESE TRADITION AS AN ICON

Sagan Vienna has stood for a new form of understated luxury since 2012. Tanja Bradaric and Taro Ohmae of SAGAN Vienna both studied at the Viennese University of Applied Arts and, after graduating, worked for the fashion companies Chloé and Balenciaga in Paris before starting their own label.

The label’s design philosophy is based on professional Viennese craftsmanship as well as a flair for unconventional aesthetics and is expressed in products ranging from handbags, accessories and knitwear to a limited home accessories collection. The designers get inspiration from various cultures and traditional art. This is shown perfectly through their unique use of the Viennese braid, a type of wickerwork with a classic Viennese design that was used for the seat of the Thonet armchair number 14 and is still featured prominently in Vienna’s famous coffee house culture. By integrating Viennese wickerwork in handbags made of high-quality Italian leather, Sagan Vienna created a completely innovative and iconic product.


DIFFERENT IDEAS. DIFFERENT EXECUTION.

In Japanese, the word “Sagan” means “left bank” or “left river bank”, which also signifies a certain singularity and creative non-conformity that are clearly reflected in the label’s design principles. In their creations from the finest materials, Bradaric and Ohmae combine familiar and yet unique materials such as Austrian loden cloth or vintage Transylvanian linen. Sagan Vienna has already received acclaim in traditional media, appearing in such publications as Vogue UK, Vogue Italia, Monocle, I-D Germany, Purple Fashion Magazine, Nylon Japan, L‘officiel and the New York Times.



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Sagan Vienna
Gutenberggasse 1-5/2 / A-1070 Vienna /
+43 650 50 30 184 /
info@sagan-vienna.com / www.sagan-vienna.com /
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SAID THE FOX

SAID THE FOX
available online / /
+43 680 504 72 22 /
info@saidthefox.at / www.saidthefox.at /

Said the Fox stands for sustainable utility with value, style and individuality for home, office and on the go. The fairly produced accessories are a true regional specialty, all individually devised and made in Vienna and the surrounding area, inspired by life.

Smart day-to-day essentials with charm, that’s what Said the Fox comes up with and produces carefully, including by hand: small and yet such important things that lovingly accompany and cleverly organize everyday life. From toilet bags, boxes and carry cases to travel morning coats and the popular sleeping masks. The founder Alexandra Pecher acts out of conviction and her own experience: “Our designs are not for a certain attitude or a trendy lifestyle – they are for life.”


INSPIRATION VIENNA

The “fair fashion accessories” are thus all tried and tested in everyday life, on their own bodies, so to speak. The art director Pecher finds inspiration everywhere in her varied life. Music, dance, art, architecture as well as the heritage and history of Vienna, the joie de vivre in her large family as well as nature, the beloved Vienna Woods, all these are her source of creativity.

Her favorite pieces are made from high-quality materials such as the finest Austrian pearl loden, traditionally made from the wool of Austrian mountain sheep on the Hammerwalke since 1888. Or made of organic cotton, individually hand-printed with Said the Fox designs in a silk-screen printing workshop in Vienna.


SMART DESIGNS FOR SUSTAINABLE LIFE-STYLES

The production ethics of Said the Fox are: ecological, social and regional. Products are made with the greatest care and attention to detail in local family businesses and manufactories, such as the socially committed Textil Manufaktur, a pioneering company of contemporary, integrative work. The pieces are available from selected distribution partners in Vienna, Zurich, Paris and in the Said the Fox online store.



SAID THE FOX
available online / /
+43 680 504 72 22 /
info@saidthefox.at / www.saidthefox.at /
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Schau Schau Brillen

Schau Schau Brillen
Rotenturmstraße 11/Ecke Ertlgasse / A-1010 Vienna /
+43 1 533 45 84 /
info@schau-schau.at / www.schau-schau.at /

The Schau Schau eyewear studio, founded by the master optometrist and eyeglass maker Peter Th. Kozich, is located near the Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and has produced exclusive eyewear by hand since the late 1970s. Schau Schau eyewear, exported worldwide, is also offered at the city manufactory – custom-made upon request.


CRAFTSMANSHIP RIGHT ON THE NOSE

The hand-made glasses’ distinctive designs have already won this traditional but creative establishment several prestigious design and innovation awards. In addition, Schau Schau, a family business, was presented with the Austrian National Coat of Arms Badge for distinguished achievement and an uncompromising pursuit of superior quality. Deservedly so: a pair of glasses made by the house of Schau Schau is not just a beautiful piece of modern design, but also an example of meticulous and intricate craftsmanship using superior top-quality raw materials like cellulose acetate (a by-product of cotton), buffalo horn, and precious metals. It is therefore not surprising that many celebrities from the worlds of business, art, politics, and sport appreciate the acute sense of perception and honesty displayed by this passionate eyewear maker, and have asked him to create their own individual pieces of eyewear art.

These precious pieces of eyewear are made individually by hand at the in-house eyeglass manufactory, located in an 800-year-old craftsman’s workshop in Perchtoldsdorf/Austria.


TIMELESS ELEGANCE, EXCLUSIVE QUALITY

The tranquility this environment exudes is enjoyed by the very people working for the Schau Schau family business and creating its eyewear, combining expert craftsmanship and the organic and pure nature of the raw material.



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Schau Schau Brillen
Rotenturmstraße 11/Ecke Ertlgasse / A-1010 Vienna /
+43 1 533 45 84 /
info@schau-schau.at / www.schau-schau.at /
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Spirt of Oil

Spirt of Oil
Available online / /
+43 664 20 200 42 /
office@spiritofoil.at / www.spiritofoil.at /

Dr. Isabelle Krause has been preparing individualized oil blends and essences in Vienna for the past twenty years. For these Spirit of Oil products, the founder relies on the best ingredients nature has to offer in their purest form, because the most precious components are only just good enough for our bodies.


FINE OILS FOR EVERY TYPE OF SKIN

Driven by profound conviction, absolutely no synthetic aromas, colors, or preservatives, artificial stabilizers, petroleum-based additives, PEGs or animal products are used in the exclusive natural products from Spirit of Oil. The natural oils and essences from plants, flowers and seeds are 100 % vegan and the absolute highest quality certified organic or collected in the wild. The result is the finest natural oils and essences that are not only a pleasure for the senses, thanks to natural essential oils, but also have a positive effect on the psyche, such as regenerative or relaxing. Our skin absorbs the natural oils and plant-based butters readily, leaving a velvety feeling and an optimal skin-care experience.

Every recipe is carefully combined and filled by hand based on the years of experience of the Spirit of Oil founder, Dr. Krause. Preparation by hand makes it possible for the passionate Viennese artisan to fulfill individual customer wishes and create customized blends. The endless possibilities and effects are especially fascinating; these play a decisive role in the development of all products. Spirit of Oil is able to unlock the nourishing, healing and beneficial effects of the fine oils.


THAT’S THE SPIRIT

Viennese Dr. Isabelle Krause is the creator of Spirit of Oil. Trained in aromatherapy, she has been working on the production and processing of natural oils and essences for twenty years. In addition to developing an extensive range of body products, Spirit of Oil also works with pharmacies, therapists and midwives.



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Spirt of Oil
Available online / /
+43 664 20 200 42 /
office@spiritofoil.at / www.spiritofoil.at /
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Wiener Seife

Wiener Seife
Herrengasse 6 / 1010 Vienna /
+43 1 532 22 25 /
kontakt@wienerseife.at / www.wienerseife.at /

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Treasured beyond the borders as a cultural gem from Vienna, here naturally nourishing soap is made by hand according to time-honored recipes. The tradition-steeped company continues the Viennese heritage of soap boiling and is committed to preserving the handicraft, in line with the motto: “We change only to stay the same.”
For those who love to indulge in quality and timeless values.


A piece of Viennese charm 

The approximately 70 varieties of Wiener Seife are produced in the factory of the same name in Vienna’s 10th district. Every step, from the mixing of the raw ingredients to the cutting and packaging of the soap bars, is carried out with loving craftsmanship. The fusing of coconut oil and lye starts off the process of saponification. The mixture is gently stirred without the addition of heat and then refined with selected oils, plant extracts and essences.Thus each variety obtains an individual consistency, effect and fragrance.

To give the soap its shape, the prepared soap mixture is poured into wooden cases, cured for several days and then cut by hand on a cast-iron cutting machine dating back over 130 years. Lastly, the soap bars are wrapped in parchment paper and an elegant sleeve. So every single bar of soap contains not only a great deal of skill and dedication, but also a good portion of Viennese charm.

This makes Wiener Seife the perfect gift for sophisticated customers as a high-quality present. In addition to the current product range, special soaps are also possible at the factory. Whether furnished with a logo stamped into the soap bars or as a little gift box with an individually designed sleeve, no customer wish is left unfulfilled.


Dive into the soap bubbles 

Wiener Seife is available at two shops in the first and third district, in the online shop as well as directly from the workshop at the newly opened factory shop in 100% plastic-free packaging.
The shop in the third district has been expanded with a selection of local products, rounding out the line of soaps with special handcrafted pieces, accessories and all things related to soap.
The soap factory can also be visited by arrangement. Covering an area of 1100 m2, the in-house museum leads visitors through the millennia-old history of soap; a tour through the soap workshop offers exclusive insights into the profession of soap boiling.



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Wiener Seife
Herrengasse 6 / 1010 Vienna /
+43 1 532 22 25 /
kontakt@wienerseife.at / www.wienerseife.at /
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Yogesh Parfums

Yogesh Parfums
Kirchengasse 24 - call for appointments / A-1070 Wien /
+43 699 1943 25 94 /
office@dasparfum.com / www.dasparfum.com /

Yogesh Kumar designs perfumes tailored to the unique scent of his customers. As a master, he has the genius to immediately recognise which of the five elements to use for balance –  creating a perfume which accentuates the wearer’s positive personality traits.


FOR PEOPLE AND BRANDS

Yogesh Kumar has only to smell a person’s neck or scarf to know the character through the body’s own five elements. He uses the “base notes” and combines them with the “heart notes”. These form the essential character of a bespoke composition which uplift the personality – the nuance of a unique scent.

Yogesh Kumar creates especial compositions for unique people and complete scent concepts for companies and events. Today, scents are being used by many brands as an olfactory logo. They serve both as fine-smelling perfumes as well as adding a set of positive emotional associations to a company’s image, product image and presentation.


DEEPENING COMMUNICATION THROUGH SMELL

For the past 30 years Yogesh has been working on individual scent concepts and compositions. Originally from India, he has made Austria his home since 20 years. Here he develops customized scents for private individuals, corporate concepts for “emotional communication” and scent events for companies. He has developed scent motives for the Dubai Opera Ball, Ford Austria, Hirsch Bracelets, Bank Austria, Austrian National Tourist Office, Anger Machining, Schallaburg and Belvedere Museum, based on the slogan: Message in a Bottle!



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Yogesh Parfums
Kirchengasse 24 - call for appointments / A-1070 Wien /
+43 699 1943 25 94 /
office@dasparfum.com / www.dasparfum.com /
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Zur Schwäbischen Jungfrau

Zur Schwäbischen Jungfrau
Graben 26 / A-1010 Vienna /
+43 1 535 535 6 /
office@schwaebische-jungfrau.at / www.schwaebische-jungfrau.at /

Schwäbische Jungfrau has been a household name since 1720, producing fine table, bed and terry cloth linens. The core of the company philosophy is based on superior quality, a tasteful sense of style and excellent service. Schwäbische Jungfrau was awarded the Austrian National Coat of Arms award for outstanding services.


THE FABRIC OF A GOOD LIFE

Since its inception, “Zur Schwäbischen Jungfrau” served as supplier to the aristocracy and upper middle classes. Around 50 years ago, the 285-year-old business was taken over by Hanni Vanicek, whose open-minded, cosmopolitan and creative nature was quickly rewarded with international acclaim. Working with her successor Theodor Vanicek, her clients hail not just from Europe and the United States, but also from Japan and the Middle East.

Customers from all over the world appreciate the company’s vast product range: Linen and cotton tablecloths, in damask or plain, with lace, handwoven, embroidered, printed or painted by hand, for every occasion and available in all sizes. Bedding with matching bedspreads made from linen, cotton or silk, in damask or plain, hand-embroidered, printed or framed with Swiss Embroidery borders, in all sizes. Terry cloth articles in a variety of colors, plain or embroidered, with coordinated bathrobes, matched to the bed linens or made from waffle piqué or terry cloth linen. Pillows and comforters filled with down, cashmere, camel hair or silk. Special anti-allergenic covers and blankets made from wool or cashmere. Interior fabric furnishings for airplanes and yachts.


FROM TABLE LINENS TO THE FURNISHINGS OF YACHTS

An in-house studio, where special orders, made-to-measure products of high quality materials, embroidery and monograms are created to individual specifications, offers clients an experience of pure luxury. On-site consultation is also a possibility, as requested by the Sultan of Pahang and the King of Malaysia. In these instances, Schwäbische Jungfrau provided full furnishing and decoration services.



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Zur Schwäbischen Jungfrau
Graben 26 / A-1010 Vienna /
+43 1 535 535 6 /
office@schwaebische-jungfrau.at / www.schwaebische-jungfrau.at /