SCHATZI dress&bar by Ádám Bajor & Áron Filkey, Budapest – Hungary

August 17th, 2016 by retail design blog

We’ve been thinking about the concept of SCHATZI dress&bar for a few years now. We imagined a place that captures the spirit of our lives. We love to dress and to discover unique pieces, to host and to entertain, to eat and to drink. Whenever we have the chance, we travel, we seek, we explore.

In the shop, we offer fresh and unique vintage and second-hand female and male clothes along with a few pieces of Hungarian designer accessories. These include, but are not limited, to the Balilla, Moha Concrete, Doridea and the Mama Kin jewelleries, the USE Bag, Artep, DVA, Rita Rzsnszk, Delka and Between bags, the Pelso swimwear, Fatum Apparel accessories or the Malinovka and Rubidium notebooks.

SCHATZI is a new kind of laid-back and casual shopping experience. Everyone is welcome: those who come to buy clothes, those who come to sit in for an afternoon coffee and hang around, those who come to start the night in Budapest with us.

SCHATZI not only dresses you up but also helps you relax with community and cultural events. We provide appearance opportunity and space for beloved artists to exhibit and other times the place transforms into a dance floor with a DJ, where our friends offer the latest music at the so-called ‘Minidisco’ houseparties.

When we founded the store it was also important to cooperate with friends whose work we love and who are experts at their own professional field. The identity was designed by Áron Filkey graphic designer and the interior design by Ádám Bajor.

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