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Iconic Pieces

The Iconic

Fashion highlights in the Village!Discover the unmistakable must-haves now!Find a selection of Iconic Pieces by the coveted fashion brands in the Village, including a Woolrich Parka, the Timberland boots and a jeans by Levi's. Your fashion dreams will come true in the Village!Be inspired by our edit of Iconic Pieces and plan your visit to Wertheim Village. We look forward to welcoming you!

 

 

 

Winter Styles

Winter Styles

Are you ready for the frosty temperatures?

Visit Wertheim Village and snap up the most beautiful winter pieces, from classic outfits to cosy must-haves and functional ski clothing. Discover the highlights of the season with SALE up to 70%* off!*off the former recommended retail price at all participating boutiques and not in conjunction with any other offers. Please also note further exclusions in selected boutiques and product categories.

When it’s time to get back on track…

24 Hours with a wellness guru

 

Mince pies, mulled wine and one too many chocolates from the tree… all sounding a little too familiar? Come January, enough is enough and after two weeks of pure indulgence, it’s time to get it together.

So to help kick-start our new year reboot, we’ve called upon the help of holistic health coach, blogger, chef and all round wellness guru Madeleine Shaw.

Here’s a play-by-play of how she gets back on track. So much goodness.

MORNING

THE FRIDAY FIX

The Friday Fix

From that must-have new investment to our favourite boutique hotel – here’s what’s on our radar this week.Kickstart January with this delicious recipe from Madeline Shaw’s new book, READY, STEADY, GLOW Fast, Fresh Food Designed for Real Life.

Pan-fried trout with cucumber, apple and dill salad (serves two)

1 cucumber, peeled, halved and cut into ½ cm semicircles1 tbsp Dijon mustard1 tbsp fresh dill, chopped (or 1tsp dried)1/4 tbsp apple cider vinegar2 tbsp olive oil1 large avocado, peeled and stoned1 apple, peeled and cored1 shallot, finely minced1 tbsp coconut oil or butter2 tbsp capers, plus extra to serve2 trout filletssalt, to taste

The sweetness of the apple really goes well with this strong-flavoured fish, but if you can’t find trout fillets you could use salmon instead. Although capers are known to be high in sodium, they add an extra burst of flavour, which is just what the fish needs.

Place the cucumber slices in a colander, sprinkle with salt and let them sit for 10–15 minutes to draw out the excess water while you prepare the rest of the dish.Make the dressing by mixing the mustard, dill, vinegar and olive oil together with pinch of salt. Thinly slice the avocado and apple and throw into the dressing to stop them browning, along with the shallots, stirring well to combine.

Four of the best: ALL STARS

Four of the best: ALL STARS

Ready for the reboot? January’s mix-up of iridescent prints and cutting-edge designs are simply made for movement. It’s time to sweat.

WEEK 1: GYM BAGS

Let’s get real for a second – fitting a killer workout into our day-to-day routine requires some serious packing prep. So whether you’re moving from dance class to desk – or from cardio barre to, well, an actual bar – gym bags keep your style on point, even when your post-yoga ponytail is letting you down.WEEK 2: SNEAKERS

From streamlined support to breathable technology, train harder and smarter with a pair to suit your personal aesthetic. Low key and city ready, you won’t want to take these off post-sweat. Whether you are reimagining a classic or revelling in the latest hype – it’s a good job sneakers are the shoes of the moment.WEEK 3: HOODIES

So you’ve chosen January to mark the start of your new fitness regime. Unfortunately, the rest of the world has had the same idea – cue packed gyms and fighting over the last treadmill. Get out in the open instead with design-driven outerwear to keep you snug. If you’re in the market for a new hoodie, make it one of these.WEEK 4: SPORTS BRAS

Do a January detox, they said, it will be fun, they said…

Surviving the January detox

If you’re already regretting the decision to jump on the health bandwagon this season, then you’re not alone. Facing the Christmas comedown with nothing but green tea and a sad bag of kale chips may seem unappealing – but once you’ve sobered up a little, checked your bank balance and tried to squeeze into your jeans – you may feel differently.

Luckily, detoxing needn’t be dull, we promise. And while we’ve previously given up on day three, this year we have a solid backup plan so we can finally reach that elusive post-January glow. Hand clapping emojis all around.

So get in all the mulled wine and mince pies you can– because come 1 January, you’re totally joining us.

DRY JAN SWAP ONE: THE NIGHT CLUB FOR THE NIGHT SWEAT

It’s the first Saturday of the month and if you’re anything like us, you might be starting to get a little restless by now. Hang on in there, only 24 days to – oh wait, never mind. Anyway, no better way to release some of that FOMO than a good work out. But forget slogging it out on the treadmill, the latest trend making waves in the fitness world mashes up exercise with live DJs, strobe lighting and neon accents. From nightclub boxing to hip-hop yoga – it’s never been easier to get that natural high.

EUROPE'S TOP SKI RESORTS

Europe's top ski resorts

Whether you’re a seasoned pro, keen to hit the slopes, or more excited by a log fire and glass of vin chaud, discover your perfect winter getaway with our edit of Europe’s top resorts…

FOR THOSE WITH A COMPETITIVE STREAK

THE RESORT

Chamonix, France

THE CROWD

New opening: BOSS Women

BOSS Women

New at Wertheim Village! The designer brand BOSS Women has now opened its boutique - right beside L'Occitane en Provence. Come and discover exclusive highlights of this brand.

Our BOSS Outlet Pop Up Store for women offers you the following:

Opening on 23 June

Under Armour

Under Armour's mission is to make all athletes better through passion, design, and the relentless pursuit of innovation.

Exclusive and high-quality sportswear of this brand will await you at special prices at Wertheim Village. Find out here about all opening offers!

 

Job Speed Dating

Job Speed Dating

Learn soon when and where the next JOB SPEED DATING will take place and which brands will be expecting you.

 

 

 

Within the scope of these events, Wertheim Village presents itself as an attractive employer, introduces itself and several of its boutiques and discloses exciting job offers. You will meet the human resources managers in a relaxed atmosphere and get the chance to snatch a second interview or even a probationary workday.

We round up the best hotels for a stylish stay in the city…

Extend your stay: Design Hotels

Near Wertheim VillageThe opulent interiors and original artworks at Roomers Hotel in Frankfurt make a stay here a sumptuous affair. Dusky tones and dark woods give guestrooms a sense of modern decadence, while the burlesque-styled bar is a fitting place to raise a glass to a good day shopping. Roomers Loft, close to Roomers proper, is a vast stand-alone suite with two bedrooms, spacious living spaces and an open kitchen. There’s a butler, chef and bartender on hand for parties and even a set of keys to the Loft’s own Audi A8.

Near Ingolstadt VillageHotel Cortiina in Munich is the result of a celebrated partnership between two of the city’s sons – Rudi Kull and Albert Weinzierl. The two are now among Germany’s most respected hoteliers and the Cortiina was their very first venture. Everything was designed specifically for the hotel, from the marble sinks to the reading lamps that hang above the beds. It means that the spaces are perfectly in proportion, the furnishings don’t intrude and that the echoes of space and object are kept in order under a unique Germanic feng shui.

Near La Vallée VillageThere are a number of Design Hotels in Paris and each is a joy. The discreet townhouse of La Maison Champs Élysées has been imaginatively designed by fashion house Maison Martin Margiela, with wallpaper made from black and white photographs. The lofty luxury of La Reserve offers hilltop cinematic views of the city, while the Murano Resort on the edge of the Marais district is flamboyant and fun. It has a fingerprint ID system in place to open room doors. Finally, the small and sumptuous Hotel de Nell has fireplaces, white marble bathrooms and a seriously good restaurant presided over by top chef Bruno Doucet.

Near Maasmechelen VillageThe Dominican Hotel in Brussels may be located in what was once an abbey, but the interior is now dedicated to contemporary design and comfort. The arched windows remain though, and the guest rooms are arranged around a dramatic central courtyard. In nearby Maastricht, Kruisherenhotel is set in a renovated fifteenth-century monastery. The Gothic exterior is in stark contrast to the sleek interior, while the monastery gardens provide guests with a heavenly escape in the heart of the city.

Near Fidenza VillageBurnished brass, black stone, cement, scratched mirrors... architect and fashion designer Vincenzo De Cotiis has selected an eclectic mix of materials and textures to create the STRAF hotel. The result is original and undeniably elegant, with the hotel bar providing a hip hangout close to the Duomo and La Scala opera house.

Best outlet center

Focus Money

FOCUS-MONEY conducted a nationwide survey in November 2014 in which 11 outlet centers could be rated. Wertheim Village received 'very good' in the fields of outlet center, product offer and infrasturcture.

Please find the entire Focus-Money article here.

Discover fashion every day

Stylight

STYLIGHT recommends Wertheim Village in its official STYLIGHT outlet-guide. According to Focus Money (outlet study November 2014) Wertheim Village is one of the most popular outlets in Germany.

Wertheim Village received 'very good' in the fields of outlet center, product offer and infrasturcture.

Fashion should be fun - everywhere. This opinion is also shared by the Munich-based company STYLIGHT. The fashion platform combines online shopping with great inspiration and an international community. Within just five years, STYLIGHT operates now in 13 countries - even Australia and Brazil enjoy this successful concept.

The secret ?STYLIGHT offers its users a fashionable all-round experience. In addition to a wide selection of brands and styles, you can also get inspired by famous fashion bloggers and you can even create your own so-called ‘Looks‘. Creativity has no limits. On STYLIGHT the user will not only find the latest range of fashionable brands – they are also informed about the latest trends and useful shopping tips.

For example, where are the most beautiful vintage shops in Munich? And where in Germany can you buy the best reduced designer fashion? STYLIGHT knows it and creates small guides with great collections for its users.

Sportswear

Outdoor style edit

Dressing for exercise doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style. With a wealth of sportswear brands offering products that combine both cutting-edge performance and style, you can make your every move look chic.

Skiing calls for artful dressing that will both keep you warm and protect you from the elements. Keep cosy with a base layer of long underwear or a skin-tight, breathable top and leggings together with a mid-layer of a jumper or fleece, and invest in waterproof outer layers to protect you from wind, rain and snow. With a wide selection of separates available in block colours or prints, you can really have fun translating your own personal style into your look. If you’re an occasional skier, try to consider longevity when making your selection – if you’re planning on keeping your kit for several years, you might like to choose something classic in a subtle colour rather than something fashion-led, which could date more quickly. If you’re a serious skier, build an interchangeable capsule wardrobe in complementary colours – you can even coordinate your outfit to match the colour of your boots and skis. Look the part on piste with specially developed ski collections and accessories from Bogner, Columbia, Odlo and Peak Performance.

Hiking is demanding and requires stamina – so you’ll need a kit that can keep up. It goes without saying that the right footwear is essential, so head straight to Timberland or The North Face for high-performance hiking boots. Depending on the severity of the conditions through which you are going to hike, comfortable, light yet durable layers are preferable: a breathable T-shirt should the sun break through, a lightweight fleece that will insulate you against the cold and a waterproof to protect you from the elements. Napapijri, Dolomite and Peak Performance have a great selection. Of course, you’ll also need a backpack to accommodate all of your gear – see The North Face for a wide range of practical kit.

Billabong is the brand for surfers, and its collections offer that laid-back, Australian surfer vibe. Head to the boutique for board shorts, wetsuits, bikinis and more so you can make an effortless style transition from the water to the beach. For those who prefer to take to the water on deck, Gaastra – a brand whose nautical roots date back 117 years – creates stylish yet practical collections including jackets, fleeces and swimwear that cover all of your sailing needs.

To take it all in your stride, you’ll need streamlined, lightweight pieces with intelligent technology that minimise sweating and maximise movement. Look to Nike – a go-to brand for runners – for colourful running gear and footwear expertly developed specifically for pounding the streets, and Swedish brand Peak Performance for a great range of T-shirts, stylish patterned running tights and lightweight jackets. Choose a combination of black or navy and brightly coloured, patterned pieces so you can interchange your separates easily from day to day.

Cashmere, wool and silks...

The art of aftercare

The finest fibres deserve the finest care – so follow our guide and ensure your cashmere, wool and silks remain flawless, wash after wash.

For cashmere, use a special comb and gently glide over the surface to remove any pilling before washing.Treat any stains prior to washing with a specially formulated solution. Apply directly to the area and leave to soak.

- Turn your pieces inside out and prepare a sink of tepid water – be sure to use a specially formulated liquid detergent that doesn’t contain any bleach or enzymes. - Avoid washing with chlorine-based products and don’t soak for a long period of time, instead wash and rinse quickly until the water runs clear. - For a luxurious finish, soften hard water with half a cap of vinegar to a sink full of water.

- Hand washing is preferred, but if you must machine wash, be sure to protect your pieces in a pillowcase.

- Select a cool wool programme and always wash with similar colours.

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