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Responsible Design and Fashion in Budapest

Hungarian designers and contemporary fashion! M Lamp showroom, Pleasemachine shoes, Romani Gipsy Fashion and more.

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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.6 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
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Overview :  Would you like to get to know Budapest better and buy cool, interesting and unique gifts at the same time? Are you interested in... more »

Tips:  This walk is in the most lively and historically most interesting districts so do not limit yourself to just these shops. Walk with... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Romani Design - Hungary’s first Roma fashion label.

Romani Design, Hungary’s first Roma fashion label.

This shop is extremely difficult to find, if you do not know about it, you won't stumble upon it. It looks like small boutique from the 90s but if you wander inside then you will enter into the world of contemporary Roma fashion.

Romani Design claims to be more then just a fashion label. The... More

2. Vad Jutka design and jewellery shop

It is a little bit tricky to find, you will see a second hand clothes shop downstairs and you have to go upstairs to eneter into Jutka's magic fairy tale world of design.

"I started making jewelry under my brand, vadjutka - which is a nick form of my name, Judit Wild - in 2002 as a hobby. As years went by, I slowly realized, that making jewelry ... More

3. Erzsébet town - Community House

Wesselényi street number 17 used to be the guild of shoemakers (now it is the community house of the district).

Notice the Art Nouveau motifs (especially interesting and unique for Hungary are the tulip motifs on the top)!

If it is open, go inside and ask to see the main hall which is marvelous.

Although not meant to parade pomp as other public... More

4. PleaseMachine Footwear - Siberia shoe shop

"..on the street of vanished shoemakers' traditions - Anna Zaboeva is the first after Cold War to open her designer shoe shop at Wesselenyi street of Budapest."

Anna arrived from Siberia to Budapest and has converted her passion for shoes into one of the hippest brands in town and Europe.

Wesselényi street number 17 used to be the guild of... More

5. Mlamp showroom & workshop

Have a jar inherited from granny? Or do you have maybe some favourite toys which your are not using as toys anymore but would love to see them still around?


Unique bedside lamps, desk lamps, standing lamps and chandeliers.

Mlamp was founded by Mária Fatér in the fall of 2009.
Ever since Mlamp has evolved at a... More

6. Telep Gallery and bar

Hipster or alternative.
Artsy or fashion.
Sporty or boozy.
Whatever we might call this place, for sure it is a hidden but well known meeting point for the hip guys of town.

Prepare for nice music, exhibitions upstairs, a terrace, dogs and wakeboard shop.


Open mostly afternoons and evenings.