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Fashion and shopping in Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf is an inspiring and diverse shopping city that can fulfil virtually every (shopping) wish. The grand and exclusive Königsallee with its luxury brands, the lively Schadowstraße with its wide range of goods, and the legendary Altstadt (Old Town) with its cult boutiques have simply everything. If you are looking for urban buzz and lifestyle off the main drag, try shopping in the Flingern district and on Lorettostraße. In addition, the many shopping centres mean your visit to Düsseldorf won’t be spoilt by the weather. Wherever you are in Düsseldorf, your shopping trip will be an adventure.

The order days for the CPD fashion fair and the GDS footwear fair, which are attended by world-famous designers, guarantee international fashion flair and ensure that the very latest trends are on display in the windows. Düsseldorf is also the city where the stars of the future learn their trade. Fashion design is a complex business that calls not only for creativity but also an entrepreneurial spirit. Several fashion schools in the city are engaged in transferring the necessary skills to the creative people who will determine what we’ll be wearing in years to come. An overview of Düsseldorf’s fashion schools is provided at the bottom of the page.

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Altstadt & Flinger Straße

The Düsseldorf Altstadt has many faces. It is home to the Rhine metropolis’s traditions and history. It is the number one place for going out and partying.

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Königsallee & Schadowstraße

Some buy their first expensive watch on Königsallee, others enjoy the first espresso of the day: Königsallee – affectionately known by its fans as the “Kö” – is at the heart of Düsseldorf city centre.

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Nestling between the Rhine embankment promenade and the Schwanenspiegel lake, the historic area of Carlstadt offers an exceptional shopping experience.

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Japanisches Viertel

Those who go shopping on Immermannstraße in the centre of Düsseldorf might well think that they’ve arrived in the Land of the Rising Sun: Little Tokyo is on the Rhine!

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Bilk & Unterbilk

You’ll find plenty of trendy shops in Unterbilk, on Lorettostraße and in Bilk. Located directly beside the popular MedienHafen, small streets lined with pretty trees and lovingly restored old buildings create a distinctive atmosphere.

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Shopping in the vibrant and lively Flingern district is far more than shopping at trendsetting fashion, jewellery, art and lifestyle outlets. You will be immersed in a truly colourful area whose history ranges from suburban village, to the squatters of the 1980s, to development into one of Germany’s street-art hotspots.

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Pempelfort is a diverting mix: surrounded by greenery yet vibrantly urban. This makes it one of Düsseldorf’s most attractive districts. The big-name chain supermarkets are in place, alongside a large number of small shops, galleries and studios that add extra charm and shopping fun.

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Flea markets, antique markets and weekly markets

Düsseldorf’s markets are the perfect places to browse, shop and haggle. Books, old records, curios, second-hand items, handicrafts and much, much more are all on sale here.