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Berlinomat

Berlinomat is a store completely dedicated to interdisciplinary craft by Berlin’s designers. From fashion to interiors, jewelry to books, you will find a wide selection of everything made in Berlin. Browse products by designers including RedMaloo, Kilian Kerner and Majaco. Check out panoramic Berlin clogs by Klebber and recycled bike tire purses by KaWeDesign. You can also have a beverage
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F95

F95 opened its doors in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Friedrichshain in 2005. The makers of the Premium trade show used their experience to create a shopping Mecca with an exquisite selection of international brands. Women’s collections include Filippa K. and Michalsky. The denim selection ranges from PRPS and Blue Notch to King Krash. You can complete your new outfits with
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Van Liebling

Located near Warschauer Brücke, this store offers an up-to-date selection of up-and-coming and well-known designers. Find apparel, denim, and accessories by Cheap Monday, Supra, Voltra, Stil vor Talent, A.D. Deertz and KR3W. The store also carries art by Chrisse Kunst, who creates record and cd covers for Berlin’s bands. Van Liebling is run by Chris Kuert, who shows the dedication
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14oz Shoes

Step into 14 oz. Shoes, located a short walk from the famed mother store 14 oz. Manager Karl-Heinz Müller created an exclusive shop to meet the needs of clients looking for shoes that fit with his apparel selections. The products are sturdy, well-crafted and high in quality. In the store’s intimate atmosphere you will find shoes and boots from Shoto,
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Kickback

Dedicated to footwear at first, Kickback owner Sebastian Baumann later added apparel collections of On Tour, Ucon, Nikita and The Hundert to his product portfolio. The well-selected streetwear store has been located in the happening area of Friedrichshain since 2005, and caters to the young creative crowd of Berlin. Find sneakers from Vans, Nike, New Balance and Onitsuka Tiger, and
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Shusta

Shusta’s shoes are made for walking. This stylish Mitte store has a carefully-chosen selection of shoes and bags for men and women. The owners, Fidel Tesfai and Tedros Tewelde, can tell you a little story about every label they picked for their store, like the Waste bags that are manufactured from recycled leather seats. Other brands include: Keds, Terra Plana,
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Stue

Owner Heike Marie Rädeker and designer Ilke Penzlien are the team behind this charming stop. “Stue” means living room in Danish, an accurate description of this cozy store, which offers a well-edited selection of vintage furniture, ceramics, glass and china from Denmark, Sweden and Finland. Most pieces are reworked and upholstered onsite, using exclusive Danish fabrics. Located in trendy Mitte,
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Skidrow

You’ll feel a distinct west coast vibe as soon as you step inside this streetwear store in Friedrichshain. Inspired by tattoo artist Mr. Cartoon, lowriders and Latino style, Skid Row focuses on American brands like Joker Brand, Soul Assassins, Dissizit, New Era, Nike, Reebok, LRG and Estevan Oriol. From funky caps to statement T-shirts, special selection sneakers to collector’s skateboards,
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Etage

On the third floor of a spacious apartment you will find Andreas Murkudis’ interiors store. Just walk up ten steps, ring the bell and a door will open to an unusual and intriguing experience. The top-notch display of work by Christophe Decours, Christian Haas and Rapedius Rindfleisch are accented by the simple grandeur of the space. Perfumes by Montale round
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Overkill

Berlin’s famous sneaker and graffiti store extended its universe in 2008 with the addition of an original apartment furnished with mid-century finds that are also for sale. The same popular cutting-edge streetwear and sneakers are available along with a wide selection of street art supplies. Storeowner Robert Schultz keeps the merchandise interesting by mixing established brands like Nike and Puma
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Keirin

Popular cycling shop Keirin gets its name from the famous track cycling event held in Japan. Store owners Gary and Mortimer specialize in high quality bike accessories along with clothes and bags that have garnered the small shop a very loyal following. Bike lovers and messengers alike find their favorite vintage jerseys here and relax at the café attached
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Anuschka Hoevener

Anuschka Hoevener personally designs the eclectic and sophisticated collection found in this modern boutique, complete with a small working lab in the back. High quality materials, attention to detail and unique embellishments together with a flawless color sensibility characterize Hoevener’s collections. Women who aren’t afraid to make a fashion statement will be thrilled with the unique pieces available at this
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Temporary Showroom

This trendy boutique is both a fashion showroom and a direct customer point of sale. The shop’s inventory, presented in a gallery-like atmosphere, changes every two to six months, hence the name, Temporary Showroom. The store exhibits clothing from European brands and international designers, allowing retailers from around the world to view their collections during fashion weeks and by appointment. Kastanienallee
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Wood Wood

This hip streetwear store carries a wide range of edgy clothing, footwear and accessories from brands such as Comme des Garçons, Jeremy Scott, Maiden Noir, Henrik Vibskov and Tsumori Chisato, and also had the honor of hosting the launch of the Air Force 1 footwear collection, created as part of Nike's 1WORLD project. Stop by Wood Wood for an always
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