Emporium Gallery

Emporium Gallery

The Emporium Gallery shopping center is located in one of the palaces, which already sounds tempting. The luxury shopping center Emporium Gallery is located in the center of Ljubljana, in a reconstructed palace. The first Ljubljana department store was opened in 1903 in the same place. A large number of clothing items, shoes, accessories from renowned world brands are located in this luxuriously equipped fashion house.

There are six floors in total, and when you enter it, you will have the feeling that you need to take your shoes off. There is a neo-baroque statue of Mercury at the top of the building, the god of trade and protector of merchants. It is inspired by Viennese style. Perfect interior, wooden stairs that have two pillars as support, lead to higher floors and look cinematic. They even associated us of the stairs from the movie Titanic, just a little more modern looking. There is a white statue of a woman as a symbol of the craft in the center of the stairs. Each end of the fence is decorated with wooden female heads.

Interior decoration, from furniture to glass, is influenced by Belgian and French secession. The largest selection of shoes and bags in Slovenia is located right here. Over 15.000 pairs of shoes and 2.000 bags of more than 100 brands. Sounds like a paradise for women. In any case, enthusiasm is inevitable.

Some of the more famous fashion brands found here are Versace, Escada, Kenzo, Etro, Roberto Cavalli, Ermenegildo Zegna, Polo Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan and Calvin Klein. Slovenian designers are on the second floor, and you will find Desigual on the third.

You may not be one of those who like this type of clothing, footwear, etc., but you should certainly visit the mall because of its very external and internal appearance, if not because of the boutiques.

We can say that this is one of the most beautiful fashion houses located in Ljubljana and it is worth visiting.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00 to 21:00, Saturday 10:00 to 20:00, Sunday 11:00 to 17:00. Closed on Sundays.

Author of the article:

Bojana Pantić - our correspondent for Ljubljana

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