When shoppers visit Dusseldorf Germany in Western Germany, they stroll along the cobblestone streets of the North Rhine River of Westphalia and should visit the “Very Eickhoff” boutique. The Eickhoff is Dusseldorf's premier elite boutique shop, whose famous designer clothing have appeared on U.S. and European runways. The Eickhoff modebewusst staff are very cordial, as they offer their customers a glass of champagne and light hors d'oeuvres amid a golden hue of architectural beauty and design. Eickhoff was the first German designer to discover Gianni Versace and who helped the Versace brand name to travel worldwide, as well as Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli. His own unique collection of designers include Donna Karan, Paule Ka, Ralph Lauren, Cambio, Nusco, Alexander Wang, many other renowned designers, as well as many up and coming local German designers....continue reading
Visiting London's West End theatre district would be a wonderful evening experience, especially viewing the long running musical, The Phantom of the Opera.” This award winning musical is performed at Her Majestys Theatre in Haymarket. Her Majestys Theatre has the unique nomenclature to carry the gendered monarch presently seated on the throne. The West End houses to famous squares, the Leicester Square and the Trafalgar Square where varied worlds collide. A Tube ride from the theatre district will land shoppers in Shacklewell Lane which features the indescribable LN-CC boutique. Short for Late Night Chameleon Cafe, the LN-CC boutique is unlike any shop you have ever visited. Entering the shop through a common alleyway, its doors opens up into an entryway which invites its customers into a shop designed from wooden branches, made in the design of an oval shape with bright neon lights. There are rooms of artistic designers from around the world who are emerging brands, as well as the LN-CC core designers. Other rooms in the LN-CC shop includes old LP vinyl recordings and books.
Traveling in Milan, Italy is a young shopper's delight if they turn into the Corso di Porta Ticinese (“Ticinese”) for alternative clothing for the hip, goths, punks and the denim gang. The Ticinese is a colorfully, ornate designed structure for youthful minded chic shoppers who like the look of modern young casual designers whose fashion lines, you will not find anywhere else. Their in house DJ is playing to shoppers who are moving through designer racks of local clothiers and vintage limited editions. The Ticinese denim boutique room features Levi's, Diesel, GAS and B-Fly jeans, the only shop in Italy, to carry these international brand names.
Barcelona, Spain is home to MANGO, an international fashion brand which carries chic designer evening wear with a casual tone. Located in the basement of a white column town house, the MANGO boutique features casual wear for men and women, whose accessories include Tiffany jewelry with international designer murse bags for men. MANGO boutique's are located through Spain and on the Barcelona runway, featuring skirts, heels, leather wear, cool jackets, khakis, T-shirts and much much more.
Guest Post: by Kate Lawson