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Voo(doo)

  Three florescent green letters will lead you to a hidden door which, opens up to a space that proves just as intriguing as sorcery and spirit possession.
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Blush

Blush is a rare gem among Berlin’s lingerie stores. The boudoir-like interior is intimate and comfortable with a retro touch. Store founder and designer, Claudia Kleinert, has her own whimsical line, and the store’s selection ranges from lingerie to sleep and swim wear. Fine lingerie brands include Huit, Wundervoll, Eres and Oscalito. Swimwear designed to flatter includes Missoni Mare, Chloe
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Good as Gold

American photographer Nan Goldin takes us on a voyeuristic journey through bohemia with Berlin Work. (Warning: Some images NSFW)
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Weekday: Berlin

Originally opened in Stockholm as "Weekend"-it was only opened on Saturday and Sunday- the store quickly became known for its premium vintage selection and hip skinny jeans. It wasn't long before weekday's were added to the store hours.
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Kochhaus

You always wanted to cook effortlessly delicious meals but, all the research on cooking techniques, recipes and hours spent hunting down ingredients from five different locations got in your way of chefdom. Not any more. Welcome to the "walkable cookbook."
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Arkona Platz

If you are looking for products from former East Germany or the 70s you should give this whimsical flea market a try. Arkona Platz is just a few short steps from its big brother, the fleamarket at Mauerpark. However, Arkona Platz has a smaller, more edited selection. The cozy place lined with trees shelters antique treasures: books, records, fashion and
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Humana

The Friedrichshain-based secondhand department store Humana is a paradise for vintage lovers and bargain hunters. On first sight the store looks a little worn down, but it hides real treasures inside. Just bring enough time to browse the five floors, where you will find a wide selection of previously loved merchandise across all markets. The fifth and top floor hosts
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Solebox

Sneak into Solebox right off Kufuerstendamm and find your favorite pair of limited edition sport shoes. This specialty store is one of the most important destinations for sneaker lovers in the city. With a penchant for all things rare, Solebox offers a unique assortment of sneakers by Adidas, Puma, Vans and many more. In addition you will find T-shirts and
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Truffelschwein

Handpicked finds from understated menswear brands can be found at Truffelschwein, a cozy store in one of Mitte’s promising side streets. Truffelschwein means “truffle pig”. And owners Ralf Linnenbrink and Lyon Roque pick their products with very fine noses, too. The selection shows strong British influences and serves all of a man's casual needs. Brands include The Hill-Side, Paul and
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Firmament

Just a few steps from hip and happening Torstrasse you will find the renaissance of famous Firmament in the new L-40 Building at Rosa Luxemburg Platz. Customers enter through a walk-in window into a walnut-paneled front room featuring Nike Sportswear products and clothing from Canadian outdoor pioneers Arc’teryx Veilance in a large, changing installation. The second room houses the actual
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Flea Market Boxhagener Platz

Every Sunday morning at 10am, this lovely square turns into an El Dorado for treasure hunters. You will find everything from rings made from computer keyboards to hand printed T-shirts, mid-century furniture to vintage neon letters. The market is relatively small and the square is surrounded by many restaurants and cafes, which makes Boxhagener Platz a perfect hangout. This is
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Mauerpark

One of the biggest sources for Berlin’s “poor, but sexy” dress code is the flea market at Mauerpark in Mitte. Every Sunday the former border territory between east and west becomes a giant bonanza for vintage clothes and furniture. In addition, a number of up-and-coming designers sell their creations and a variety of international vendors offer delicious food all over
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Soto

Torstrasse is the place to be in Berlin – at least if you are a hip store. New addition, Soto, carries fine and rare men’s and women’s wear from brands like Nike Sportswear (Tier Zero), Vans Vault, Opening Ceremony, Band of Outsiders, Velour, Libertine Libertine, Sperry Topsider, Band of Outsiders for Sperry, Deluxe, Baxter of California and more. Some of
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Manufactum

Manufactum is the destination for lovers of classic design made from time-tested materials. Products created with care and years of experience is what they stand for. The result is a store filled with beautiful pieces for all parts of your life, from household goods to stationary, cosmetics and fashion. Brands include Redwing Shoes, Schiesser and Regent. If you’re
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Kokoro

In a quiet side street of busy Bergmann Strasse, Kokoro opened its doors. The inviting lanterns in a tree guide your way into a cozy showroom with wooden floors and feminine accents. Offering handmade products by young designers, the store carries bags made from fish leather by roö, jewelry by Verena Schreppel and Kvast as well as fashion
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