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Voyage
to Vienna

Voyage
to Vienna


This season, our designers drew inspiration from one of history’s great artistic epochs—the Vienna Succession. Creative Director Emily Smith used the movement as a starting point for the collection, fusing floral patterns and graphic, linear design to create a travel-ready wardrobe fit for a first-class tour across Europe. Explore our guide to one of the world’s most enchanting cities.

 

A Bed on a on Interior Landing in a Room of The Guesthouse Führichgasse 10
Pin Number 1 Dropped on Map at The Guesthouse
The Guesthouse
Führichgasse 10

This boutique hotel in the heart of the city celebrates Viennese design with a fresh, contemporary perspective. The Conran & Partners designed interior combines clean lines and warm wood accents, including classic bentwood chairs and other furniture by modern Viennese masters.

The Guesthouse
Führichgasse 10

This boutique hotel in the heart of the city celebrates Viennese design with a fresh, contemporary perspective. The Conran & Partners designed interior combines clean lines and warm wood accents, including classic bentwood chairs and other furniture by modern Viennese masters.

Building Designed and Constructed by Members of the Seccession Movement
Pin Number 2 Dropped on Map at Secession Building
Secession Building
Friedrichstraße 12

Considered the singular architectural expression of the Vienna Secession, this exhibition building, which was completed in 1898, is emblazoned with the movement’s motto: "To every age its art, to every art its freedom." The structure’s spectacular gilded dome, crowned with a leaf motif, and its famed frieze by Gustav Klimt, make this an essential destination for every design-minded visitor to Vienna.

Secession Building
Friedrichstraße 12

Considered the singular architectural expression of the Vienna Secession, this exhibition building, which was completed in 1898, is emblazoned with the movement’s motto: "To every age its art, to every art its freedom." The structure’s spectacular gilded dome, crowned with a leaf motif, and its famed frieze by Gustav Klimt, make this an essential destination for every design-minded visitor to Vienna.

Neutral Colored Trench Coat with Leaf Pattern Layered Over a Striped Button-Down Shirt and Cuffed Pants on Model
Leaf Motif

With its stylized leaf motif, our refreshed take on the trench nods to the Secession movement’s naturalist patterns. Constructed in cool, Italian cotton-linen, it’s a perfect travel piece for exploring the Old World or staying closer to home.

With its stylized leaf motif, our refreshed take on the trench nods to the Seccession movement’s naturalist patterns. Constructed in cool, Italian cotton-linen, it’s a perfect travel piece for exploring the Old World or staying closer to home.

“Vienna is extraordinary. It has this amazing mix of Old World and New World that’s fascinating to explore.”

–Emily Smith, Creative Director

Exterior of Belvedere Museum in Vienna
Pin Number 3 Dropped on Belvedere Museum
Belvedere Museum Vienna
Schloss Belvedere, Prinz Eugen-Straße 27

Built at the beginning of the eighteenth century as the Summer palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy, Vienna’s Belvedere Museum has a vast collection of Austrian art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day. Discover the world’s most extensive assortment of works by Gustav Klimt, as well as masterpieces from Egon Schiele, Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh.

Belvedere Museum Vienna
Schloss Belvedere, Prinz Eugen-Straße 27

Built at the beginning of the eighteenth century as the Summer palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy, Vienna’s Belvedere Museum has a vast collection of Austrian art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day. Discover the world’s most extensive assortment of works by Gustav Klimt, as well as masterpieces from Egon Schiele, Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh.

Hallway in MAK Museum Featuring a Variety Light Exposed Chairs
Pin Number 4 Dropped on MAK Museum
MAK Museum
Stubenring 5

The Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art celebrates the best of modern and contemporary art, design and architecture set on Vienna’s legendary Stubenring—a grand, circular boulevard in the city’s Old Town. The extensive collection includes many works by the fin-de-siècle Secession artists, including Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts-inspired industrial designs and décor from furniture to glassware, porcelain, decorative objets, carpets and more.

MAK Museum
Stubenring 5

The Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art celebrates the best of modern and contemporary art, design and architecture set on Vienna’s legendary Stubenring—a grand, circular boulevard in the city’s Old Town. The extensive collection includes many works by the fin-de-siècle Secession artists, including Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts-inspired industrial designs and décor from furniture to glassware, porcelain, decorative objets, carpets and more.

Suede Elongated Duster with a Silk Blouse and Khaki Cropped Pants on Model
Details Image

Softly draped silhouettes and luxe, lightweight layers offer the day-to-dark versatility necessary for today’s modern traveler. A pack-and-go suede duster was designed to pair perfectly with a matte silk blouse beneath. For air travel or cooler days, a black cashmere turtleneck and leather leggings complete the look.

Softly draped silhouettes and luxe, lightweight layers offer the day-to-dark versatility necessary for today’s modern traveler. A pack-and-go suede duster was designed to pair perfectly with a matte silk blouse beneath. For air travel or cooler days, a black cashmere turtleneck and leather leggings complete the look.

Green Silk Bomber Layered Over a Silk Sleeveless Blouse and Lace Skirt on Model
Khaki Elongated Jacket Styled Over a Striped Dress that can Convert to a Duster on Model
Austrian Designed Furniture by Wittmann Decorating a Corner of the Room of Vienna Secession Building
Pin Number 5 Dropped on Map at Furniture Exhibition
Wittman
Friedrichstraße 10

Located next to Vienna’s Secession building, celebrated furniture retailer Wittmann operates a 1,000 square meter exhibition space and showroom featuring their collection of iconic Austrian designs. Find pieces from Josef Hoffmann Reeditions and Friedrich Kiesler as well as an array of up-and-coming names.

Wittman
Friedrichstraße 10

Located next to Vienna’s Secession building, celebrated furniture retailer Wittmann operates a 1,000 square meter exhibition space and showroom featuring their collection of iconic Austrian designs. Find pieces from Josef Hoffmann Reeditions and Friedrich Kiesler as well as an array of up-and-coming names.

Empty Interior of Café Sperl
Pin Number 6 Dropped on Map at Café Sperl
Café Sperl
Gumpendorfer Str. 11

The oldest of Vienna’s legendary coffeehouses, Café Sperl has been in continuous operation since 1880. Over the years the café regularly attracted an array of artistic, literary and musical luminaries, including Josef Hoffman and other members of the Secession movement. Today it’s a perfect place to enjoy a bit of respite, a Vienna Iced Coffee and Salzburger cheesecake during a long day of museum going.

Café Sperl
Gumpendorfer Str. 11

The oldest of Vienna’s legendary coffeehouses, Café Sperl has been in continuous operation since 1880. Over the years the café regularly attracted an array of artistic, literary and musical luminaries, including Josef Hoffman and other members of the Secession movement. Today it’s a perfect place to enjoy a bit of respite, a Vienna Iced Coffee and Salzburger cheesecake during a long day of museum going.

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