Lollipop Factory Budapest is a streetwear apparel store, housing locally sourced pieces from emerging young designers.
Lollipop Factory Budapest is in the trendy sector of downtown Budapest, just down the road from Látomás clothing store on Király Street.
Lollipop Factory is a fairly recent addition to the fashion scene in Budapest, having only opened its doors a year and a half ago. However, Klara Erdelyi and Albert Bezzeg, the duo behind the brand, have been actively involved in the Hungarian streetwear scene for more than a decade now, opening their first own-label shop in 2005, as well as selling their own designs. Their current fashion venture, Lollipop Factory, was created with two main aims: firstly, to be used as a platform to sell their own creations and showcase their input in the evolving street style scene in Budapest; but also specialise in sourcing avant-garde streetwear from talented young artists, offering them a wider platform for their designs and artistry to be recognised.
Another charming quality of Lollipop Factory is that because of Erdelyi and Bezzeg's pure interest in fashion evolution in Budapest, the designs sold in their store come at friendly prices. Recognition of the brand and the support of emerging talent are considered the top priorities to the owners, not disguising street style as high end fashion through flashy price tags.
Additionally, the celebration of emerging modern artistry is an important cause to the owners of Lollipop Factory, and the fusion of modern art and fashion is significant to the brand's image, stands out in the designs they choose to support and distribute. To express their gratitude for the contribution modern art has given to inspiring fresh streetwear designs, in addition to supporting aspiring local fashion designers, Erdelyi and Bezzeg host LLPlatform, a monthly art exhibition in Budapest where they display modern art pieces from newly discovered artists, offering them an equal support platform.
Lollipop Factory Budapest
Király utca 24, 1061 Budapest