Značkové oblečení ve fashion outlet The Item
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The Item náš nově otevřený butik je vlajkovou lodí v exkluzivní lokalitě pražské židovské čtvrti Josefov, jen pár kroků od luxusních obchodů v Pařížské ulici. Butik nabízí velký výběr značkového oblečení, kabelek, doplňků a unikátní retro bižuterie. U nás seženete nezapomenutelné trendy z 50., 60., 70., 80. let a moderníznačkové oblečení špičkových světových návrhářů. Nabízeme široký sortiment outletového oblečení značek Marc Jacobs, Philip Lim, Anna Sui, Zucca, BCBG,Karen Millen, Rick Owens a spousta dalších značek, to vše za mimořádně příznivé ceny, s neuvěřitelnými akčními slevami a s uvedeným zbožím vždy fyzicky skladem!
Located on the labyrinthine cobblestone lanes of Old Town, sits the appropriately named Vintage Boutique specializing in fun funky clothes, especially retro dresses, a small selection of jewelry, colorful bags of all materials and funky belts. Vintage Boutique is sister store to Retro Boutique and The Item Boutique. These three stores are the best places in the city of Prague to find retro and designer fashion gems of all sorts. These colorful well-stocked stores have vintage everything and more for those special themed parties you are always invited to but never have anything to wear, or if you prefer to sport more glamorous vintage clothing on a daily basis. At Vintage, Retro and The Item you will find cool retro fashion ranging from the 50s to current day designer items whether you are invited to a themed 70s night, a retro wedding night, or if you just want to play dress up with your friends. The shops also boast their own label called Kiss My Valentine, which specializes in very cute replicas of 50s and 60s party dresses; think puffy skirts made with sweet material featuring large polka dots!
The Prague Post - Vintage vogue and retro rogue by Emily Thomson posted on September 8, 2010
While vintage-store owners in the United States are sweating over their sewing machines to restore enough embroidered cocktail dresses and tapered slacks to keep up with demand spurred on by the massive popularity of AMC's Emmy-winning and '60s cool-purveying series Mad Men, in Prague, like the local fashion industry in general, the vintage scene is still in its infancy. True, the city is littered with secondhand shops, but many of them stock more trash than treasure, and your shopping trip can easily become an expedition, often fraught with funky-smelling fabrics and unraveling seams. There are, however, a growing number of retro and vintage shops in the city with a true identity: The owners and buyers travel the world to choose only the best pieces, and their selection reflects their personal style, as well as a commitment to quality, that in the age of chain stores and cheap manufacturing is definitely retro.
Vintage the shop definitely has the most high-fashion eclecticism of any of the Prague shops I've seen. On my first visit, even the music coming from the CD player was a bellicose blend of old and new - an as-yet-unidentifiable French band sampling Owner of a Lonely Heart by Yes with the chorus replaced by cursing in English.
With boas draped from the racks and no shortage of sequins on the bright strapless dresses, the motif at Vintage seems to echo the Rocky Horror "Don't dream it, be it" mantra as much as any dictates from the fashion houses of France and Italy.
In an extremely postmodern blurring of past and present, Vintage also has its own house label, Kiss My Valentine, for which house designers dust off old party dress patterns from the '50s and '60s and make the dresses with contemporary Italian as well as vintage fabrics.
If you're not a purist and only looking for the aesthetic of the past, then you can try Yusepová's other store, Retro, where the look is nostalgic but the clothes are made more recently.
Fra negozi vintage, dove gli anni '50 e '60 sono un cult, e vetrine di sofisticati designer, ecco una selezione di indirizzi per passeggiare a tutto shopping tra Malà Strana e quartieri cool di Praga… Dove andare e cosa acquistare per cogliere le ultime tendenze per la casa, i complementi, i mobili, gli accessori design dal gusto persino nipponico, senza dimenticare qualche tappa fashion, secondo le linee suggerite dalle stylist locali. E allora via, a zig zag tra centro e periferia, per non perdersi nulla!
Come sono sexy le balze! Fai la prova con una delle tante gonne e sottogonne che da Vintage Clothes-Retro (Michalská 18, Prague 1) Item (Žatecká 8, Prague 1) troverai a manciate… e poi abitini anni '70 per le serate estive più trendy o décolletés che proprio in questa stagione tornano alla grande e multicolor, sulle passerelle come tra i locali più alla moda delle grandi città europee. Che dire dei grandi cappelli da cerimonia? Irresistibili! Non mancare questa tappa in uno dei ritrovi più sophisticated della Praga vintage, adatto a chi cerca idee giuste per il proprio guardaroba. E poi, le occasioni per sfoggiare i tuoi acquisti non mancheranno di certo.
http://www.vintage-clothes.cz/ En esta tienda estuve en Praga y tienen una ropa vintage chulísima. También tienen ropa de diseñador a precios muy económicos. Me encanta.
קצת יותר רחוק ממרכז העיר, מול ארט דקו גלרי שתיכף תכירו, נמצאת החנות וינטאג' - חנות
מתוחזקת וקצת יותר מעוצבת, המשלבת פרטי וינטאג' לצד בגדי מעצבים. למעשה היא גם
המפיצה של לייבל האופנה יאסוקו נאגה, השייך לצמד מעצבים יפניים, ולכן פרטי הוינטאג'
בחנות נבחרים בקפידה ומתאימים לרוח החנות. המחירים, אם תהייתם, בהחלט הולמים את
» Vintage - כתובת: Michalska 18, Prague 1
האתר הרשמי: www.vintage-clothes.cz
Vintage Boutique jest butik dla kobiet i mężczyzn, która dostarcza wyjątkową odzież, biżuterię i dodatki. U nás seženete nezapomenutelné trendy z 50., 60., 70., 80. Mamy niezapomniany tendencje widać teraz z lat 50., 60., 70., 80. let a moderní značkové oblečení špičkových světových návrhářů. lat, a nowoczesne świecie marką projektantów odzieży.
VINTAGE FASHION FINDS
By Katherine McBride
After people watching on the streets of two international cities, New York and Prague, something has become increasingly obvious to me, wearing clothes someone has already worn is trendy. So where can you pick up some cool vintage duds in the tourist heart of the Czech capital?
Walking from the Namesti Trida tram stop to Male Namesti, a shop beckons. The outside is especially appealing. Two giant shutters open out from the glass that fronts the store and are painted with giant multi-colored girls in cute vintage outfits. A peak in the open door reveals a small shop packed with vibrant clothes on racks of varying heights. A women sits at a desk at the front when you walk in, and I pick up a business card that reads “Retro and Vintage clothes.”
One rack is full of designer clothes, such as a black Anna Sui dress. Another rack has ties, another for scarves, one for leather jackets and military jackets. Party dresses hang on the rose-painted walls (costing around 2000 crowns or $100). A lot is crammed into this small space. A shelf holds a small collection of leather bags. Some of the clothes are contemporary second hand, but the older pieces seem to mostly be second half of the 20th century articles. All of the clothes are dry cleaned, and in good condition. Funky American ’50s music plays as I discover a rack of awesome hats that hides in the back near the dressing room. A pink crocheted scarf with multi-colored flowers looks promising. Unfortunately, like most things in this small store, it’s a bit highly priced for a meager student budget.
Retro and Vintage Clothes
Michalska 18, Prague 1
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What to Wear: Fall/Winter 2011 Fashion in Prague
New shops and previously unavailable brands come to the Czech capital — just in time for Christmas - published 21.11.2011 - Written by: Elizabeth Haas
The Item features designer and vintage pieces in a cozy space that’s not unlike a friend’s apartment. It’s also the Prague flagship store for Japanese designer Yasuko Naga and designs by the provocative Unplugged/Museum label.
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