In Riga you will find many original designs, some you won't find anywhere else.
Small design shops are scattered all over the downtown area.
Jewellery and teddy bears, stylish outfits, unique footwear - have a look at them in Riga's alternative shops!
Here you will find various household items created by the RIJADA Design Group, “Lukabuka” books, glassware, home textiles, furniture, toys, crockery designed by Latvian artists and craftsmen, like ceramist Māra Skujeniece and Ingrīda Ceplīte, as well as various merchandise created by the author of the idea about the shop – the internationally-known Latvian fashion designer Natālija Jansone: rings, bedclothes, towels, glasses, and nightgowns.Less
All the money earned is donated to charity; a public report on the donations is on the wall. Otrā Elpa is currently the only shop with this type of charity concept in the country.Less
Galerija Istaba offers Latvian-made gifts: original jewellery, accessories, china, sheets, cards, postcards, CDs, art catalogues, and cultural publications.Less
The "Muhamors" shop also offers comical lamps and waterpipes - mushrooms, as well as eco-cosmetics, palm candles, and watches beautifully made from beads.
(entrance from Lāčplēša Street)Less
Here you'll also find an old Game boy, an Apple mouse, and various vintage clothes for 10 to 100 LVL. In the evenings, the convertible ceiling allows Pērle to transform itself into a multi-functional space where the bar becomes the King offering a wide-range of wines, just bring food with you!
"This is Berlin and New York in the 1980s," the owner of the shop, Žanete, explainsLess
For the most part, the merchandise comes from fashion shows so sizes are quite limited. Much of the clothing is created especially for Paviljons. Jewellery, accessories, paintings - you can purchase all of them; please pay attention to the elegant socks decorated with pearls. One more thing - when visiting, it is definitely worth trying something on in the shower stall changing rooms.Less