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6 local designer shops to get you familiar with Hungarian fashion

6 local designer shops to get you familiar with Hungarian fashion

  • Looking to explore the Hungarian fashion scene? Here are six shops and showrooms where you can dive into the world of Hungarian couture.

Looking to explore the Hungarian fashion scene? Here are six shops and showrooms where you can dive into the world of Hungarian couture.

Clique

Clique is a showroom in the heart of the 8th district of Budapest. It is a place where multiple Hungarian fashion designers display their work. Customers can browse clothes, shoes, and accessories, and have the opportunity to ask for information about the different clothing articles from the designers themselves. They are, notably, at the showroom and are always available to answer any questions you may have.

Nubu

Nubu was founded in 2007 and has since opened multiple shops around the country. You will find three shops in Budapest in premium locations, and one at Lake Balaton at the Tihany market. Nubu’s mission is to focus on a minimalist, yet elegant style. Furthermore, special attention is paid to minimizing their products’ environmental impact.

 

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Nanushka

Hungarian designer Nanushka also focuses on minimising her products’ environmental impact, while combining elegance and a slightly bohemian style that is also comfortable. The Nanushka store is very centrally located in the 5th district, where apart from browsing among the wide selection of clothes and accessories, you also have the opportunity to take a coffee break in the shop’s café section.

 

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Non+

As the name suggests, Non+ designer brand focuses on a minimalist style and aims to create elegance by removing anything superfluous. This brand is a favourite among many Hungarian celebrities and is located in the 12th district in a premium location. They come out with a new collection each season but also have quite a few pieces that are always available in their shop.

 

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Paloma Budapest

Located in a renovated 19th century János Wagner building, this showroom is special for multiple reasons. Firstly, the building itself is part of the 19th century Wagner architecture dynasty, which’s characteristics were preserved during its renovation in 2014. Secondly, it is not exclusively home to a single Hungarian designer brand, but several. The PALOMA showroom focuses on exposing as many promising Hungarian designers and fine and crafts arts as possible.

 

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Dalaarna

Founded in 2002, Dalaarna focuses on creating the most elegant, fashionable, and high-end dresses for weddings and other glamorous events. All dresses are made in Budapest and all of the brand’s business functions are also run here. Dresses, however, are sold worldwide. A new collection comes out each season, but custom pieces are also made.

 

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