Photo: Vintage Hub

Culture
Posted: 9 months ago
Author: Nina Gomarteli

Going Thrifting in Tbilisi: The Best Vintage Shops in the Town

Thrift shopping has become quite popular in Georgia, and it’s easy to understand why. Second-hand is sustainable and browsing through unique items can be both fun and therapeutic. Nothing beats the thrill of discovering that one-of-a-kind retro garment that no one else has. We've hand-picked 6 vintage stores in Tbilisi and we hope you’ll enjoy visiting them.

Beatnik Vintage Store

22 Janashia s

Beatnik Store’s collection is mostly oriented on underground and rave style with brands like Adidas, Nike, Coogi, and more. Here you can find some rare posters, books and other interesting items from the past century.

4090 Vintage Store

8 Irakli Abashidze

4090 is a vintage boutique store, where you can find beautiful vintage clothes and jewelry from 40s to 90s fashion. You can go through unique clothes, classy dresses, printed skirts and shirts and much more. 4090 is one of the first founders of a vintage store in our town.

Rebel Showroom

41 Ilia Chavchavadze

Here you will find anything trendy, from oversized blazers to fall jackets, trenches and leather clothing.

Vintage Hub

5 Egnate Ninoshvili

 

Vintage Hub Tbilisi welcomed its customers with unique vintage finds and a vast array of options.  Vintage store opened on September 10 on 5 Ninoshvili Street, right in front of Fabrika.

The store hosts 4 Vintage brands - @kumiko.o_ @tochka_vintage, @naftalyn_ and @vintagecoma.

Vintylator

46 Alexander Griboedov

Vintylator is an eco-friendly social enterprise that strives for a greener future. The store delivers collections from the 40's to 90's and at the same time raises sustainable fashion importance awareness.

Day Off! - Re-Use Store

41 Vertskhlis st.

It’s all about Reduce! Reuse! Recycle! But whatever you see in the store is handpicked and unique.

Dezerter Vintage

14 Queen Tamar

This place is so Berlin! Neon lights, ambiance, music- it’s not your regular shopping, it feels more like a party.

Do you know any hidden gems in Tbilisi?