Located in Munich's city center, LodenFrey is an outstanding department store and offers six floors of apparels for men, women, and children. This high fashion department store features top designers such as Armani, Valentino and Ralph Lauren. If you're in Munich for Oktoberfest, or just want a Bavarian costume as a souvenir, then be sure to stop here for the world famous loden outfits. The fourth floor is dedicated to the children's section.
Referred to as one of the four royal avenues of the city, the street is the brain child of Maximilian II, King of Bavaria. Construction of the street began in 1850. On a trip to Munich, a walk down this avenue of glitter and glamour is a must. Along the Maximilianstraße, you will find stores of some of the biggest names in fashion as well as the city's upscale cafes and eateries. Some of the designer labels you can find here include Chanel, Gucci and Versace.
Willy Bogner Junior is a multi-talented man - Olympic athlete from 1960 and 1964, actor in ski movies, such as Fire and Ice and Ski to the Max and stunt man in various James Bond films. Now, head of a major fashion line, his collections for men and women are fashionable yet functional, a mix of contemporary trends and timeless elegance. The quality-hungry shopper can choose from expensive ski gloves to even more expensive evening wear. Indulge the shopaholic in you!
Ludwig Beck has been the cutting edge of fashion since 1861. A shopper's haven, the store features six floors of clothing for young and old - from fun clothing to classics, and in all price ranges. The range of jazz and classical CDs is one of the best in the city, while the cafe on the fourth floor offers excellent vistas of the city. Come spend a day at Ludwig Beck while you are in the city and get the best gifts for your friends or family.
Konen is a top address for women's shopping and boasts a good collection of men's wear as well. Centrally located, you will find a fine range of suits and casual wear by well-known designers like Michael Kors, Marc Cain, Katie Loxton, Ralph Lauren, as well as its own value-for-money label. All products are in the mid to upper price category, and have quality finishes. Konen has clothing for all occasions and tastes, from business classic to trendy casual.
Shop at Peek & Cloppenburg for a great selection of clothes. This department store is a German-based international brand that retails several brands all under one roof. Top of the line designer clothes are also available, making it easy for you to take a good pick! Some of the labels you will see here include Adidas, Boss, Diesel and Hilfiger. The store sells clothes for adults and kids.
Luxurious patterns and draperies, noble prints and high-quality materials - this is what Versace provides its demanding customers with. In 1978 Gianni Versace founded the fashion label and already in the same year he opened his first boutique in Milan. After he had been murdered in 1997, his sister Donatella assumed the leadership of the established corporation. Celebrities like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga or Jennifer Lopez wear expensive robes of recent collections. Also the matching accessoires and perfumes are available - even dishes for at home.
Madonna, Monica Bellucci and Kylie Minogue - all of them swear by the erotic glamour of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Already since the 1980s the two Italian designers have regularly put the fashion scene in motion. While Dolce, who is the son of a textile manufacturer, tailored his first jacket at the age of 7, Gabbana had been working as a graphic artist before the founding of their label. It was him who significantly formed the look of the italian luxury label with his sense of theatrics and colourful animal prints.
The Zegna family has been clothing Munich's men for four generations. Their store in Munich is part of a large international chain of shops catering to high-end customers. This brand has style and comfort written all over it. The collections at the shop change regularly with brand new styles, fabrics and colors coming out each season. Although, if something that you like isn't quite right, you can get it personally tailored at the shop.
This family-run jewelry store has been in business since 1903 and remains more popular than ever! All the pieces here are of the highest caliber and exemplify luxury at its finest. Concurrently, the jewelry stay true to the themes of modernity and magnificence with a perfect blend of severity and sensuality. Hemmerle was the go-to designer for the Royal Bavarian Court of Ludwig II, so be sure to stop by if you want to dress and feel (and spend) like royalty!
Blancpain, an 18th-century company that was revived in 1983, creates timepieces that elevate the watch from a time-telling instrument to a work of art. This boutique was its first in Germany and provides an elegant setting for the purchase of these rare products. The vintage furniture, antiques, and classical interiors complement the sophisticated products on offer. If you visit this place, remember to ask for "The 1735," which features 740 components. Only a few of these are available worldwide, so if you manage to buy one, remember you are in the company of a distinguished few!