Porzellangasse in the 9th district was named after the Viennese Porcelain Manufactory, but you won’t find any dishes in this street. Instead, there are some cool shops and places worth discovering. In this post you will find a few must-sees, so make sure that you don’t miss out on any of them! Written by Anna Flaschberger
The designer Edith Langer talks about her brand Langer Modedesign, a company where everything revolves around photo printing as well as unusual motifs and fabrics. She also talks about future events she is going to be involved in and those hosted by her. A piece by Anna Flaschberger
A short trip to the most culturally rich city in Europe. Meandering through the revolving doors of the airport, we are greeted by the stifling heat, chaotic turmoil and loud talk. We have arrived! My family's apartment is located in a quiet area. Initially unsure of the situation, we are now very happy about it. It offers compensation for the noisy inner-city life. Furthermore, the popular Lake Vouliagmeni is only a few bus stops away. Searching for a cool down, we decide to go there straight away.
"Angel of Pleasure" is the fashion label from Magdalena Auff. The shop is centrally located at Burggasse 29 in Vienna’s 7th district. She also offers her high-quality women's fashion through her website. Magdalena would like to inspire women for fashion and dress perfectly for every occasion with her self-designed and handmade pieces. She places great emphasis on sophisticated cuts, individual fits and special details.
Mühlbauer is one of the few hat brands located Austria. The hats are produced with great care in the company's own hat factory in the centre of Vienna. In an interview with FashionTouri, managing director Klaus Mühlbauer gives an insight into the production of hats. Edited by Paloma Pöltinger
The 9th district of Vienna, also called Alsergrund, has an interesting history and topographical location. The state-certified tourist guide Marisa Parrella walked around important historical places in the district with FashionTouri. Edited by Paloma Pöltinger
Barbara Cacao runs the online tourism platform "Vienna Unwrapped". She offers personalized travel plans for Vienna tourists. In an interview with FashionTouri, she talks about current developments in tourism, among other things. Edited by Paloma Pöltinger