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By admin | April 4 2007
Frankfurt offers abundant shopping opportunities and for designer labels and jewelry it is best to head for Zeil and Goethestrasse, which are the most exclusive shopping areas.
If you visit Germany during the Christmas period, you must make a trip to one of the famous Christmas markets, which attract shoppers from far and wide.
Pulse & Vogue is one of the leading concept stores for progressive fashion brands in Frankfurt and has collected numerous awards from Elle and Vogue for its cutting edge fashion ranges.
Located in the very heart of Frankfurt, next to the five-star Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof hotel and Frankfurt’s tallest skyscraper, Commerzbank Tower, Pulse & Vogue offers its customers the opportunity to purchase leading brands while receiving assistance from the store’s fashion experts. The brands housed by Pulse & Vogue include ACNE by Malene Birger, Filippa K, Diane von Furstenberg, Chloé and MM6 by Martin Margiela.
Vanessa Gude, General Manager
+49 694 786 4454
Kirchnerstrasse 2, 60311
The brainchild of Frankfurt-based designer Cem-Mustafa Abaci, the Abaci collection is based on the concept of clothing as an expression of individuality. The Abaci store offers a range of clothing and accessories for all aspects of the modern gentleman’s life and its wonderful line includes everything from suits, shirts, jackets and leather goods to scarves and fragrances. A personal shopping assistant is available to ensure that every item is made to measure or, for customers with particularly high standards, individually handcrafted.
November 23 – December 22, 2011
Legend has it that Germany gave the world the idea of the Christmas tree among a great many other Christmas rituals.
It is of no great surprise, therefore, that when the festive period arrives, Frankfurt pulls out all the stops. The historic Römerberg is the setting for this world famous market, which hosts a 30-foot Christmas tree along with around 200 beautifully illuminated market stalls. On offer at the Frankfurt Christmas Market are handcrafted wooden toys, traditional pastries and local specialties in addition to old fairground rides and live bands. The scent of Glühwein, which is the German take on mulled wine, and Apfelwein, delightfully warmed apple wine, is abundant throughout. Whether picking up gifts, sampling food or merely absorbing the Germanic Christmas traditions, the Frankfurt Christmas Market is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit.
Römerberg, Paulsplatz, 60311