As you have probably noticed, we were so recently for a few days in Vienna and have hilarious us there classic in white tie and evening dress at the Opera ball. Of course, we were also shopping and have discovered the really charming store “Magazine on the cereals market”.
The magazine on the cereals market offers shopping, arts, and Farniente in one. Who wants to convince himself that fashion, gastronomy and art fit perfectly together, should embark on the fastest way on the Viennese grain market. Between the gumpendorferstrabe, the Mariahilfstrabe and Eschenbachgasse, right in the heart of Vienna’s District of galleries and all shopping streets, is the magazine on the cereals market.
This unique in Vienna offers Gallery, café and shop in one. Here you can crawl with relish fashion and art magazines over a coffee. The boutique with a great glass front is spread over 2 rooms and offers in addition to clothing and accessories also books and other art objects, as well as beverages of any kind.
Schneider model called the in-house fashion collection of the magazine on the cereals market which was created by the shop owner Michael Edinger. It gives through exclusive, selected materials the cuts is a timelessness that will meet everyone’s taste. 2 collections for spring/summer and winter/fall are newly brought out every year.
In the boutique other Designer in honour are held: such as Isabella Baviera that’s masterfully understands to combine vintage and rock ‘n’ roll. The handmade fashion in Bavaria recalls with nostalgia the 40s and 50s years and combines them with modern trends.
Also Ms Blue has made himself comfortable in the boutique. The label was founded in 2002 by Philip Blau and Helena Blaunstein in Tel Aviv and characterised by a very subtle and appealing sense of humour. Invented by them, the technology of digital trompe l’oeil which fascinating 3-d constructs print on fabrics can, is exhibited in museums and is exclusively available in the magazine on the cereals market in Austria.
In the Café of the magazine on the grain market, there is everything the hungry heart: cookies, Tramezzini, drinks with and without alcohol, and of course the coffee which should not be missing, are offered here. The intimate and personal ambience invites you to linger.
At the time, catchment has kept in the Gallery of the magazine on the grain market of the painter Kurt Stimmeder. The artist studied other people, objects and nature in General in his paintings in interesting and intensive manner.
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