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Fluxus shopping mall in Stuttgart

Hi guys! One should think Stuttgart is over satisfied with shopping malls (I am thinking of Gerber and Milaneo center). However, there is a very special place I want to point out to you: Fluxus shopping mall at Stadtmitte.


Fluxus shopping mall is different. You won’t find the big, international brands here, but that’s part of the idea. Fluxus consists of 16 shops and Cafés owned by local retailers, designers, artists and, let’s face it, awesome people. Smiley So if you’re looking for something special or a vintage product (yep, there are second hand shops, too) or you need to find an extraordinary present, Fluxus is the place to visit.

Fluxus shopping mall is located in the old acade Calwerpassage. Expecially the glass ceiling is very special.

Shopping at Fluxus shopping mall

Here come some impressions from inside the shops:






If you like retro fashion or second hand stuff, you will love “Mademoiselle YéYé”…


… and OBSCÜR:


One of the shops I will definitely check out again is “Temps”.


If you’re looking for fun stuff and presents, check out “superjuju”…



… “Design Kiosk”…



…and – if the person you want to give the present to is under 15  – “StEYBE für Kinder”:



And if you’re looking for something really special (for yourself or someone else), why not get a design clock by “Biegert & Funk”?!




I LOVE those clocks! They have them in all sorts of languages – even Swabian and Swiss German!! Smiley mit geöffnetem Mund

More information about:

Fluxus (on facebook)

Mademoiselle YéYé



STEYBE für Kinder

Biegert & Funk

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Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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