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Design stores & manufactories for special souvenirs

With its fashion design department, the Trier University of Applied Sciences has paved the way for exclusive stores where you can buy directly from professional fashion designers. Many of these are located along Neustraße in Trier, but several great fashion stores can also be found further along the Mosel.


Ansicht auf eine Frau in einer Ohrhütchenmütze aus der Kollektion von Tanja Kriebel.

Tanja Kriebel has very distinct ideas about fashion: it should embrace the individual, accentuate their essence and connect people in the process. The designer achieves this by deconstructing the familiar and creating unusual combinations, thereby creating something amazing that gets people talking. Or, to put it another way; she designs her own avant-garde collections that are both eye-catching and wearable at the same time. The finest fabrics and “made in Germany” quality are guaranteed. Trier - Jakobstraße 33.



In this small, fine atelier, high-quality clothing is designed and realized to give everyone the feeling of being allowed to be themselves. The clear cuts and timeless design are not subject to seasonal trends - and can be perfectly combined with each other. Also because all pieces are made in Germany, NNIstudio contributes to putting the clothing industry on the right track: away from disposable fashion to sustainable wear. Trier - Neustraße 86.

Nusia Design Manufaktur

Ansicht auf die Designerin von Nusia.

Individual, professional, sustainable designer clothing for every taste: Here the designer herself lends a hand and breathes life back into the professions of design, haute couture and tailoring - also by upcycling your favorite pieces or sewing lessons at the VHS. The fabrics used are all developed in Germany and produced fairly in Europe, Italy and Portugal. Trier - Neustraße 62.

Fräulein Prusselise

The two designer girls from Fräulein Prusselise make the world as they like it: cheeky, colorful and nostalgic. The favorite pieces for everyday life that you can grab here are sustainable and offer you the feel-good factor with which you can jump even higher in your Pippilotta world. Organic children's and women's fashion as well as very special sweets including individual advice at Trier - Neustraße 23.

Hauptsache Charlotte

Ansicht auf die Modistin Charlotte Kollmann während ihrer Arbeit bei der Anfertigung eines Hutes.

Headpieces, hats, caps and hair accessories for the opera? Not a problem! For a special occasion? Of course. For everyday wear? Absolutely. As a master milliner, Charlotte Kollmann from Mehring has developed her own unique, professional style. Her work focuses on traditional craftsmanship and the wishes of her customers. In this way, she creates unique pieces that reflect personality and don’t feel artificial when worn. Stylish headwear with Hauptsache Charlotte. Mehring - Bachstraße 26



Brigitte Pappe

Ansicht auf Moseltweed aus Merinowolle.

Brigitte Pappe has been committed to sustainable fashion design for 40 years and continues to perfect the fine art of tailoring with every stitch. She exclusively creates one-of-a-kind pieces, conserving resources and using sustainable methods. She likes to use her own Mosel tweed in her creations, which is made from merino wool that is predominantly sourced from Mosel sheep. The result: affordable designer wear that brings together sustainability, love of the Mosel and a genuine warmth. Professional workshops and cosy sewing courses complete her services. Moselkern - Oberstraße 3.


Finest manufactures

There are plenty more “made in Mosel” products to discover: vinegars and oils, spices, sweet and fruity treats, game and cheese... all directly from their producers.


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