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Veb Orange

Hard to miss, with the bright orange interiors displayed outside the front of the shop, VEB Orange makes you feel like you just stepped into a time portal to Berlin of the ‘70s. This store specializes in collections of 1960s/’70s furniture, but also offers accessories, men’s, women’s and children’s garments. Favorite items include ‘70s globe lamps and disco chairs.
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Waahnsinn

Located in Mitte, Waahnsinn Berlin carries a balanced mix of new fashions and vintage pieces from fur coats to hats to original telephones (1920s-1980s) and lamp fixtures (1950s-1970s) that have been completely restored to working order. The unique 1940s furniture comes in bright colors and funky silhouettes, perfect for anyone looking to turn their pad into a retro haven. Rosenthaler
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Stiefelkombinat

Once a vintage boot shop, as is evident by the hundreds of shoes that line the walls, this locale has expanded to selling a wide selection of original vintage clothing from the GDR to Christian Lacroix, Lagerfeld, Gucci and Chanel. Style hunters will be delighted with the range of items offered from vintage lingerie to ‘50s swim caps to ‘80s
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012 Der Laden

This quaint little basement shop is stocked full of vintage goods from the 1960s to the 1990s. It’s just the place for women to find funky party dresses, retro shades, and unique heels while men snatch up colorful shirts and ‘80s belts. You’re sure to find anything you’re looking for at this hidden gem. Oderberger Strasse12 10435 Berlin Tel: +49 (0) 30
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Cache Coeur

Located in Prenzlauer Berg, this vintage shop stocks luxury clothes from the ‘50s to the ‘70s. Look for a selection of pristine couture pieces alongside contemporary labels such as Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood that are meticulously chosen by the store’s eclectic owner, Gerlinde. The quality and easily navigable layout makes anyshopping experience at Cache Coeur enjoyable and successful. Schonhauser
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Rung Napa

Rung Napa is a mix of stylish, high quality designer pieces and elegant, well-constructed basics for both men and women. The owner has filled the store with her favorite brands, some of which include Mads Norgaard, John Smidley, Johnstons Cashmere, Lost Souls and Golden Goose denim and leather. Handpicked vintage chairs add character and warmth to the modern space. Knesebeckstrasse 27 10623
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Rosita Dylka

Rosita Dylka’s background in film and costume design is obvious once you step inside her enchanting boutique, which is an interesting mix of progressive and couture. It’s a favorite among in-the-know locals who want fine items, but also appreciate cutting edge style. The majority of her clients are all in media and film and she has a private showroom by
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Purple Phoenix

If you are looking for sophisticated clothing, Charlottenberg is your neighborhood and Purple Phoenix is a must-stop. The owner of this popular shop stocks the store with unique clothes not commonly found in other boutiques including brands like New Scotland, Sofie D’Hoore, Mischa Lambert, and special vintage pieces. It’s just the place to pick up anything from a work suit
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New Era

New Era is a shining new streetwear store in the heart of Mitte. The store’s ideology is to provide the best caps you can find anywhere in the world. Their inventory ranges from the ever-popular authentic Yankee cap to ones with quirky sayings and silly faces. If you are looking for original ideas, prints, colors and graphics, this is the
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Emma & Co.

Emma & Co. is an adorable children’s store in Charlottenberg that houses an eclectic and colorful display of owner Melanie Woeltje’s personal favorites for her children along with her own line of cushions and linens. The most popular items include trendy sets from Belgian designers, sweet booties and shoes, and leather bags for juniors. Niebuhrstrasse 2 10629 Berlin Tel: +49 0 30
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Mazooka

Mazooka has made a name for themselves with their unique graphic interpretations of iconic stars such as Jimi Hendrix, Elvis, and Michael Jackson. Their signature broken mosaic style of the graphics has made them a staple in the local streetwear scene. The designs come on T-shirts for both men and women, as well as a selection of pillows, hoodies and
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Balls

It’s hard not to love the name of this men’s intimate apparel store in Berlin’s Mitte. Both men and women can shop here, as the sister store for women, Blush, is conveniently located next-door. Balls offers men’s robes, underwear, toiletries and other necessary items (such as monogrammed silk eye-masks) all in a retro smoking room environment. Rosa-Luxemburgstrasse 22 10178
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Awear

The brainchild of two local DJs, AWEAR stocks cutting-edge labels that are favorites of underground music scene. Located in Mitte, AWEAR is the perfect place to find sneakers, jackets and hats that reflect the best of the 80’s craze. Brands from Australia such as Insight and The Hundreds, and local label UCON are but a few of the hip offerings
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Blumenfisch

Blumenfisch is a charming boutique with a very heartfelt concept, serving as a training school for the mentally handicapped. All of the unique items, like printed felt bags, jewelry, handmade bowls and specialty lamps, have been made by one of their attendees. And if that weren’t enough, you can step next-door and visit the "blumen-laden" (floral shop) that occupies the
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Starstyling

Starstyling designers Katja Schlegel and Kai Seifried take inspiration from Berlin’s thriving urban scene for their line of fresh, vivid apparel for men and women. Whether it’s reflective appliqués, rainbow fringes or holographic transfer foils, their unwavering innovation is a hit with streetwear-obsessed Berliners. With canary yellow walls and royal purple floors, this Mitte shop is a living testament to
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