Julien David, The Row, Kristensen du Nord, R13, Ann Demeulemeester, Cedric Charlier, Adieu Paris, 6397, Thom Browne, Mark Cross, J.W. Anderson, Simone Rocha, Christopher Shannon, Raquel Allegra, MSGM, Gosha RubchinskiyAbout the store:
‘Feel good and be positive’ is the philosophy behind this boutique, where the collection is chosen for the feel of the clothes and the people behind them - rather than the names on the labels. The result is rail upon eclectic rail of young designers mixed in with the big players.
Adam Jones, Antonio Marras, Fendi, Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Fendi, Givenchy, Petar Petrov, Valentino, FerragamoAbout the store:
The USP here is fur, and lots of it. Liska is the one-stop shop for fashionistas on the prowl for that perfect mink coat or sable stole. The rest of the collection comprises decadent, big-name labels, as well as Liska’s own line by Thomas Kirchgrabner.
Brunello Cucinelli, DSquared2, ETRO, Valentino, Moncler, Ermenegildo Zegna,Jacob Cohen, DU4, Strenströms, Canada Goose, Parajumpers, Cortigiani, Tagliatore, Boglioli, Fay, Hackett London, Stone IslandAbout the store:
Picturesquely situated between the Alps and Lake Constance, Sagmeister owes its 170 year success to its impeccable ability to combine traditional and modern fashion. Now in its sixth generation, Clemens Sagmeister currently stands at the fore. Renowned for its carefully curated edit of designer labels, this sophisticated boutique is well-known in Bregenz and far beyond its borders.
Chloé, Gianvito Rossi, Santoni, Agnona, Vionnet, Rupert Sanderson, Proenza Schouler,Chloé, Gianvito Rossi, Santoni and Robert Clergerie, Agnona, Vionnet, Rupert Sanderson, Proenza SchoulerAbout the store:
This iconic store dates back to 1856 and is now run by the fifth generation of the Wunderl family. It has become renowned for its friendly service and fine attention to detail, with a clean, spacious interior and a collection of shoes, bags and accessories from the biggest names in fashion.