The bookstore K-A-V-K-A focuses on the presentation and sale of art books. In addition to books from well-known publishing houses it offers titles published by art galleries and cultural institutions in Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia, and organises presentations, book launches, book signings, and exhibitions of illustrations, prints and photographs.
Krocínova 316/5, Prague 1,


The Baobab publishing company was founded for alternative children's illustrated books in 2000. Baobab  focuses on publishing original texts and compelling translations and work especially with the emerging generation of artists.
Krymská 294/21, Prague 10,


Artěl Concept Store

Artěl specialises in handcrafted Bohemian crystal glassware by Czech artisans using centuries-old production methods. The resulting blend of classic tradition and modern design sensibility is Artěl's signature.
Platenářská 7, Prague  1, 


Lavmi is a Czech designer brand that creates patterns. Neat and simple, with an exceptional feel for colours and beauty. For home, office, children's rooms, and public spaces. Wallpaper, lightshades, cushions, clocks and more.
Zlatnická 1130/12, Prague 1, 


Nanovo offers only original design pieces from the second half of the 20th century that have been partially or fully restored. The company focused especially on design from Czechoslovakia.
Kolbenova 616, Prague 9, 

Modernista Art Shop

The store specialises in replicas of cubist ceramics, applied art, and jewellery, as well as contemporary design.

Modernista and its collection of meticulously restored original furniture items from the 1930s has begun to feature regularly on the pages of Czech and international interior design magazines.
Náměstí Republiky 5, Prague 1, 

Hugo chodí bos

This toyshop offers toys made exclusively in the Czech Republic and in high quality.
Řeznická 1374/12, Prague 1 /


Behind the original creations of the exclusive jewellery line Antipearle is the designer and photographer Markéta Dlouhá Márová. Through her jewellery, which lies somewhere between punk and luxury fashion and is a: kind of fusion of forms and styles?[nevim tady cyckly?], the designer pays tribute to the diversity of the underwater world.
Janáčkovo nábřeží 61, Prague 5,


Papelote is a brand of original Czech stationery, where paper is not simply a medium for writing.
Vojtěšská 9, Prague 1,



Botas was introduced to the Czechoslovak market by Botana, a national company founded in 1949. In 1966, the company first introduced its iconic model later known as ‘Botas Classic’. This shoe line became so popular that the term ‘botasky’ or ‘sneakers’ has become synonymous for almost any sport shoe on the domestic market.
Křížkovského 1584/18, Prague 3, 

Leeda Store

Leeda is an original Czech fashion brand that focuses on limited authentic collections with a distinctive style and cooperates with people making an impact in the fields of contemporary design, architecture, photography, film and music. Bartolomějská 1, Prague 1,  


The fashion label CHATTY seeks to combine progressive cuts and luxury fabrics with solid technology and devotes special attention to details to create pieces that exude a harmony that contrasts with the overwhelming noise of the big-city experience.
Haštalská 757/21, Prague 1,

Debut Gallery

Art Gallery. Jewellery, glass, and fashion by Czech artists.
Malé náměstí 12, Prague 1,

Julius Fashion

Ostrovní 20, Prague 1,

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