Hutsalon Rieger – Master Milliner – Genoveva Rieger
Before a hat is sold, the customer gets a precise analysis of what suits him or her: hair colour, face shape, complexion, style – a hat that suits you can be the "cherry on the cake".
She imports the materials for her hats from South America, Italy and England. "These days, customers are more interested in how products are made and where they come from. We only buy high-quality fabrics, because cheap goods often cause allergies because of their materials and dyes. "
"Vintage fashion inspires us," says Marie-Antoinett Rieger. What is seen as old-fashioned is very trendy again. Schwerin has the right atmosphere for it, with its romantic flair and closeness to nature: "The city is not so commercialised; many people don't want ready-made clothing – they prefer handmade fashion."