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10 Slovak Fashion Design Houses

Renata Bartolomei - Flowing dresses, innovative but odd evening dresses. She uses geometric shapes for unusual but acceptable women's suits. Sold in a variety of stores.
Díp - Zuzana Kanisová - Clothes combine India's sumptuous fabrics and flowing lines with casual style. Flowing dresses this season are simply cut and in rich colours. Also designs for men. Design shop at Námestie SNP 13 (in the passage).
Lýdia Eckehardt - Classic chic with clear lines. Clean shapes in every size along with quality foreign fabrics. Often glamorous. Design shop at Muzejná 2, behind Comenius University.

Renata Bartolomei - Flowing dresses, innovative but odd evening dresses. She uses geometric shapes for unusual but acceptable women's suits. Sold in a variety of stores.

Díp - Zuzana Kanisová - Clothes combine India's sumptuous fabrics and flowing lines with casual style. Flowing dresses this season are simply cut and in rich colours. Also designs for men. Design shop at Námestie SNP 13 (in the passage).

Lýdia Eckehardt - Classic chic with clear lines. Clean shapes in every size along with quality foreign fabrics. Often glamorous. Design shop at Muzejná 2, behind Comenius University.

Lea Fekete - Innovative, colourful outfits shaped for thin individuals hooked on texture. Rich yellow, blue, violet and green is de rigeur. Also accessories. Design shop at Michalská 7, in the courtyard of the Black and Rose café.

Veronika Gall - Suitable suits and evening dresses. Shop at Obchodná Street (near the Jungle Café).

Yveta Lederer - Men's fashion of casual cut linen jackets and unusual shirts in interesting color combinations. The collection is cut to be comfortable so you can move freely. On Sedlárska Street.

Katarina Popovich- Self-made young woman offers casual outfits for reasonable prices . Coats can be custom-made. Panská 42 (in the basement of the palace).

Jozef Ťapťuch- The designer for the Slovak brand Makyta makes sophisticated men's shirts, women's dresses, and more. Available at the Makyta shop on Michalská Street or in the Soravia Shopping Centre at Vajnorská Street.

Zoe- Offers anything in black. Suitable for business and evening dates. The collection ranges from winter jackets to matching skirts and trousers in plain and pinstripe fabrics. Laurinská Street, Obchodná Street, and the Soravia Shopping Centre.

Zgurunu- A bright shop interior offers avant-garde clothes for the younger set. Trendy fashion by Fero Mikloško, Jana Lieskovská and other young Slovak designers. Rázusovo nábrežie (by the Devín Hotel).

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