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Further information about shopping in
Prague can be found at:
prague/shopping
Blanka Matragi
is a Czech fashion
designer who has prepared an exclusive
line called Haute Couture. Her opulent
dresses decorated with jewels are
popular with Arab princesses and in
diplomatic circles. The designs, sewn
from hand-dyed and painted fabrics
and embellished with Swarovski stones
and beads, are genuine fashion gems.
Matragi Design, U Prašné brány 2,
Prague 1,
Dinner with a cruise on the Vltava River.
Cap off a day full of shopping with
a romantic cruise on the Vltava.
Privately rent one of the roofed boats
moored right next to the Charles Bridge.
During dinner you will have an
unbeatable panoramic view
of the Prague Castle.
Pražské Benátky (Prague Venice),
Platnéřská 4, Prague 1
Pařížská Street
(
, close to the Old Town Square, is the most exclusive shopping avenue in the Czech
Republic – the ultimate symbol of luxury. It is reminiscent of a wide Parisian boulevard, with which it can also be compared
in terms of the quality of services provided and the wide range of fashionable goods. You can choose from nearly 50 well-
established boutiques, with a focus on French and Italian brands.
In the middle of the boulevard you will
encounter the first Czech
Simple
Concept Store
(Pařížská 20, Prague 1).
This unique project combines
a boutique and a gallery in one. Art
lovers also come here for inspiration.
Customers have at their fingertips
a great range of women’s and men’s
clothing, handbags, accessories and
footwear by top international brands
such as Christian Louboutin, Yves Saint
Laurent, Chloé, Lanvin, Balenciaga,
Givenchy and Balmain, to name but
a few, as well as top Czech designers.
Prague’s Josefov quarter
is where the most distinguished Czech fashion designers
have their boutiques. Their creations are generally characterized by a combination
of timeless minimalism and innovative details.
Klára Nademlýnská
(Dlouhá 3,
Prague 1,
designed her collection“Cosmos”specially
for the international exhibition EXPO 2010 in Shanghai.
Tatiana
(Dušní 1, Prague 1,
is known mainly for her coats, which excel with their feminine
approach, clean lines and timelessness.
Hana Havelková
(Dušní 10, Prague 1,
focuses primarily on high-society fashions, great evening
gowns and wedding dresses.
Timoure et group
(V Kolkovně 6, Prague 1,
offers easily combined classics as well as trendy designs.
Thanks to its rich history, Prague is a perfect place to buy
antiques.
The best
antiques shops are located in the city centre, especially in the Old Town and
Josefov districts. If you go to Kaprova Street 12, you will find the small shop
Starožitnosti (meaning Antiques). The oldest items come from the end of
the 16th century, while the majority are from the 19th century. You can expect to
see finely crafted jewellery, small pieces of furniture, porcelain, clocks, paintings,
glass vases and porcelain statuettes.
Delight in Shopping – Prague is a Metropolis of Luxury
Simple Concept Store
The Church of Our Lady BeforeTýn, OldTown Square
Prague bridges
Matragi Design
Luxury boutiques with
famous international
brands, elegant shops
featuring top Czech
designers, unique antiques
shops with a magical
atmosphere, shops selling
traditional Czech glass,
porcelain and jewellery –
all of this makes Prague
an ideal metropolis for
shopping for a wide range
of premium goods. The
best place to shop for
these products is in the
historical centre of the
city, near the Old Town
Square.
Blanka Matragi
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