Kleidoskop in downtown Frankfurt promises an exciting and relaxed shopping experience far away from overcrowded rummaging table orgies. In the spacious and airy designed boutique you will certainly want to do not just one lap, but also a second or even a third, the range is so exciting and varied.
The airy impression is reinforced by the placement of the individual clothes racks. According to their motto “Fashion needs air to breathe”, the owners Dragana Papric and Klaus Schäcke not only give their customers the space they need to be able to develop freely. Instead of using every centimeter, everything is hung in such a way that the many details of the individual items of clothing come into their own. And that’s a good thing, because the great range is handpicked on numerous trade fair visits or comes from our own collections.
The range of Kleidoskop ranges from rocky and groovy to elegant and stylish to avant-garde and creative. Anyone who can be equipped here, however, is always dressed for everyday use and will find numerous combination options with the existing wardrobe. This is also gladly taken into account in the context of individual and competent advice on site. Service is generally very important here. Ms. Papric and Mr. Schäcke also attach great importance to the fact that the designers represented are constantly developing and not just old hats are reinterpreted every season. In addition, the two always keep a little space and budget free for spontaneous new discoveries.
The first Kleidoskop branch was founded back in 1995, at that time in Oeder Weg in the north end of Frankfurt. In addition to fine second-hand items, Dragana Papric sold its own fashion creations here and increasingly added new designers to the range. At some point the desire for further development and more space came up, and so she and Klaus Schäcke began the long search for suitable retail space. The two found this in 2010 in Töngesgasse and since then they have been operating the branch in Oeder Weg as an outlet, but also with their own range. Items from old collections are therefore only offered at reduced prices for a short time in Töngesgasse and then end up in the Nordend, which promotes the dynamism of the inner-city branch. A visit to Kleidoskop is always worthwhile!
Kleidoskop is also a partner of My Fashionary