Whether you’re looking for an under-the-radar fashion discovery or hoping to browse vintage furniture, Nuremberg has something to suit every need and taste. From the most trend-conscious men’s concept store to a local jeweller’s eclectic boutique, we round up seven stores we love in the city.
Timberland’s store in Nuremberg is located on Königstrasse, one of the city’s most exclusive shopping streets. The store is part of the brand’s recent expansion in Germany, where it has launched four new flagship stores. Visitors to the Nuremberg store can find the latest men’s, women’s and kids’ collections of shoes, accessories and clothing.
Timberland, Königstrasse 2, 90402 Nuremberg, +49 (0)911 2164 5138
When Herr Menig opened in September 2012, Nuremberg’s style-conscious glasses-wearers rejoiced. Located in one of the most fashionable areas of Nuremberg, the store stocks brands such as Andy Wolf, Kilsgaard, and Lunettes Kollektion. Owner Michael Menig firmly believes that everyone can find their perfect pair of glasses, and he is on a mission to help clients do just that. The store also offers exclusive frames from small manufacturers, allowing quality to shine through and eschewing flashy logos. All products come with a two-year warranty.
Herr Menig, Obere Wörthstrasse 5, 90403 Nuremberg, +49 (0)911 2406 2314
Every item stocked in Nuremberg’s Senfgelb boutique is handmade by the store’s owner Marina Wachsmann. The extensive range of jewellery and accessories on offer is crafted from the finest materials and handmade with meticulous attention to detail. Pieces are made from a range of materials but the majority feature ceramics and stoneware, polished to enhance their natural brilliance. The selection is vast, including earrings, pendants, lockets and rings with an overriding vintage aesthetic.
Senfgelb, Bärenschanzstrasse 103, 90429 Nuremberg, +49 (0)176 3142 7188
One of the city’s standout stores, Flex stocks a well-edited range of vintage furnishings produced between the 1930s and 1980s. The selection is eclectic, ranging from clothes, shoes and handbags to lamps, chairs, sideboards and even bicycles. Expect something interesting to catch your eye on every visit.
Flex, Kernstrasse 7, 90429 Nuremberg, +49 (0)179 143 6812
Birgit Pfeiff founded multi-brand boutique Emerson Renaldi in 1979, aiming to bring the newest international designer fashions to Nuremberg. Italian brands occupy a major proportion of the store, represented by Prada, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu, Marni and Giuseppe Zanotti.
These share the rails with other European fashion houses including Balenciaga, Stella McCartney and Dries Van Noten. Personal shopping services are available to help you navigate the two-storey, 350-square-metre space, while an in-store espresso and Champagne lounge with a view of Nuremberg castle allows you to discover the latest designer fashions in a fittingly high-class environment.
Emerson Renaldi, Kaiserstrasse 11-13, 90403 Nuremberg, +49 (0)911 208808
Bube und Kønig
Inspired by a passion for the finer aspects of culture and clothing, the owners of Bube und Kønig (Knave and King in English) created their store to make beautiful, well-made pieces available to every man. A group of three like-minded friends, the founders are on a mission to provide top-quality clothing and accessories, and excellent service, hoping that every person who visits will leave feeling like a king. The range focuses on smaller, regional brands but also has a commitment to showcasing the best established German brands, including luxury penmaker Kaweco and international sportswear giant Adidas.
Bube und König, Obstmarkt 22, 90403 Nuremberg, +49 911 9928 3690
Italian menswear purveyor Boggi Milano has a stylish store on Nuremberg’s centrally located Kaiserstrasse shopping street. The brand is renowned for offering elegant and sophisticated apparel suitable for all occasions, from formal tailoring to casual separates, sportswear and accessories, making easy work of a seasonal wardrobe update.
Boggi Milano, Kaiserstrasse 18, 90403 Nuremberg, +49 (0)911 2373 7340