Vienna’s MuseumsQuartier is home to all things contemporary. So it’s the perfect host for showcasing the work of today’s fashion designers, for example at the MQ Vienna Fashion Week presented by ŠKODA.
- Daily fashion shows, with additional events and shopping opportunities
- Features dozens of national and international designers
- 2020 dates: TBA (was Sept 9-15 in 2019)
- See also: The Museumsquartier | Weihnachtsquartier design expo
Catwalks and more
My only skill when it comes to fashion is the ability to spell the word correctly. So I can’t comment on trends, styles and quality. But I do know the MQ has its fingers firmly on the pulse of contemporary culture.
So you can expect the MQ Vienna Fashion Week (presented by ŠKODA), organised by creative headz, to fulfill its promise.
For starters, dozens of designers present their work, with numerous fashion shows across the week to intrigue and inspire through creations from home and abroad. At the last event, the international flavour was illustrated by, for example, three designers from Indonesia starting the Tuesday’s shows and Thai fashion night dominating the Thursday evening.
The Fashion Week kicked off with a show from Berlin-based designer and label owner, Marcel Ostertag. Sunday night then ended with the now traditional closing show choreographed by Mario Soldo.
But it’s not just about the catwalk. A large exhibition area, for example, featured current collections for you to browse, try on, and purchase.
2020 dates and tickets
The Fashion Week ran from Monday, September 9th to Sunday, September 15th, but I don’t have dates for 2020 yet. Shows typically take place daily in the afternoons and evenings.
Buy tickets on the door or in advance online through the Fashion Week website, where you’ll also find full programme details and timings once they become available.
How to get to the Fashion Week
Just follow the tips on how to get to the MuseumsQuartier complex at the bottom of the main MQ article. The fashion shows take place in front of the MQ building on the square opposite Maria-Theresien-Platz. The exhibition, showroom, etc. usually occupy the tract of buildings to the left of the main entrance.
Address: Museumsplatz 1/5, 1070 Vienna