From local designers to quirky vintage boutiques, Budapest is rapidly becoming a shopaholic’s dream. Designer showrooms share space in the city with affordable ready-to-wear collections and high street names. If you’re looking for the places to go for the some of the best womenswear in the Hungarian capital, read on.
Focusing on contemporary pieces from local designers, this modern boutique in the heart of Budapest provides a space for a number of Hungarian fashion labels – from the timeless, clean and sophisticated style of NUBU to poetic, creative pieces from Zsofi Hidasi. A hub for Hungarian design, there’s also jewelry and accessories while the space occasionally hosts events and art exhibits.
Mono Fashion, Kossuth Lajos u. 20, Budapest, Hungary +36 20 772 5273
For a high end aesthetic at affordable prices, this boutique fashion brand with stores in a number of locations across the city, is the place to go. Offering ready to wear pieces in small quantities, Latomas is able to focus on providing a well thought through collection of quality clothing which you probably won’t see on anyone else! There are four stores in Budapest: three focusing on womenswear, and one for men’s clothing. The pieces available vary at each store, and the collection is refreshed and renewed regularly meaning there’s always something new to tempt customers.
Látomás +36 70 930 0393
Founded in 2014, Anna Daubner is the designer behind this eponymous brand. Her designs are made for the everyday: graceful, wearable and infused with a playful edge. The pieces can be viewed at Anna Daubner’s showroom in Budapest, which shares space with the unique, luxe leather accessories of fellow local designer Anna Amélie.
Anna Daubner Showroom, Üllői út 32. 1. floor, Budapest, Hungary +36 20 611 7168
A number of areas in Budapest are filled with great womenswear boutiques, each one offering a different variety of shops to peruse.
Head to Fashion Street in downtown Budapest for local and international designers as well as high street brands. The street leads off Vörösmarty tér, which in turn connects with Váci Utca, one of the city’s primary pedestrianized thoroughfares. For high street shopping, this is the place to go.