Fashion inspiration for the trend-savvy woman

The Rotermann Quarter offers every lady a great opportunity to complete her wardrobe with stylish and unique clothes. Whether your fashion preference is for a feminine, bohemian or minimalist wardrobe, Rotermann’s carefully curated range of brands offers fashion that attracts shoppers from the other side of the gulf.

We present three stores in the Rotermann Quarter, each of which offers a unique atmosphere and allows every woman who appreciates fashion classics and quality to find the perfect garment.

Ivo Nikkolo

The prestigious Estonian fashion brand Ivo Nikkolo represents modern femininity, allowing you to mix and match garments and accessories effortlessly, whatever the time or occasion. Ivo Nikkolo’s Rotermann boutique offers both true wardrobe classics and unapologetically feminine contemporary fashion that combines comfort and uniqueness. In addition to the clothing, Ivo Nikkolo’s eye-catching footwear, handbags and jewellery deserve a special mention for adding a tasteful finishing touch to the outfit.

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From the very beginning, StudioT has aimed at offering the best selection from such renowned brands such as Ralph Lauren, Paul Smith, Bogner and Armani AX, which are hard to find elsewhere in Tallinn. The fashion store’s timeless urban range is designed to bring joy every season and to appease different fashion preferences. Whether you’re looking to find a completely new outfit or add personality to an existing one, StudioT can help with both womenswear and menswear.

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It’s no wonder that this fashion brand, founded in London, chose Rotermann as the location for its only store in Estonia. Known for minimalist, modern and functional designs, COS often draws inspiration from architecture and art to create timeless collections that last more than one season. While clean cuts and neutral colours have become COS’s signature, the brand still manages to surprise its admirers every season with striking splashes of colour and unique designs.

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