About Us

Nicolas concept store opened its doors to the Croatian audience in the summer of 2008 in one of the most prestigious Zagreb areas. The interior, which exuded the original marvelous architect Marcel Wanders and his Moooi line, stretched over 850 square meters and, for the first time in Croatia, presented renowned world designers such as Bottega Veneta, Christian Louboutin, Christian Dior, Lanvin, Celine, YSL, Isabel Marant, Valentino, Balenciaga, etc. In addition to women's, men's, and children's clothing and footwear collections, in Nicolas, you could find limited editions of Phaidon or Tachen, as well as selected music CDs, selection of unique cosmetics, candles, sculptures, and even sparkling wine.


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In 2009, for the first and only time in Croatia, the Paris Fashion Week (PFW SS2009) collections of the world's most influential designers premiered in Nicolas; Lanvin, Celine, and Yves Saint Laurent (today only Saint Laurent).


Nicolas also hosted a spectacular exhibition under the baton of the renowned art historian Igor Zidic, who brought the works of the exhibitor of the Venice Biennale, Zoltan Novak, to the "Nicolas loves Art" event. During the exhibition, visitors could also see selected art by Zlatan Vehabovic, Boris Guina, Anabel Zanza, Zeljko Kipke, Zlatan Vrkljan, Alem Korkut, Nina Atevic Murtic, and others.

From its foundation until this day, Nicolas concept store strived to be more than a multi-brand store and to represent a certain kind of "lifestyle".

At the end of 2011, Nicolas moved to more modest surroundings, under the Zagreb Cathedral, to space dating back to 1570. At that time, Nicolas' offer focused on "Parisian street style chic". The store also displayed Borboleta jewelry, with renowned brands such as, Isabel Marant, Iro Paris, Golden Goose, Ulla Johnson, Paris Texas, and Shourouk.

In the meantime, a Nicolas store opened at Uzun Mirkova 4, in the very center of Belgrade, with an additional store at Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 43.

In the spring of 2019, the Nicolas store opened in Rovinj, on the pedestrian street below the Grand Park hotel.

After the earthquake hit Zagreb in March 2020, Nicolas had to move from old Vlaska and has since been welcoming its customers at Masarykova 13.