140 posts tagged Berlin in ALL BLOGS


Zeha Berlin

Zeha Berlin is the re-invention of a sneaker company that had been around since 1897. Sparked by the World Cup in 2006, the company decided to revamp its image, taking inspiration from sports shoes from the ‘20s, ‘50s, and ‘60s. The product is high-quality footwear with an athletic feel and an appropriately vintage appearance. Prenzlauer Allee 22 10405 Berlin Tel: +49 (0) 30
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Wunschkind

Located in the chic area of Kollwitzplatz, Wunschkind offers a wide range of children’s wear for stylish Berlin tots. Attire from Naan, Gold, Simple Kids, Quincy and Berlin-based denim line Tumble, as well as toys, strollers and footwear, are just a few of the pint-sized items you will find at Wunschkind. Kollwitzstrasse 102 10435 Berlin Tel: +49 (0)30 2701 3264 www.wunschkindberlin.de  
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14 Oz.

Located in the heart of Berlin’s Mitte, 14 oz. caters to streetwear-loving men and women with a taste for high-quality, yet eco-conscious goods. As a subsidiary of famed tradeshow Bread & Butter, you can expect the latest styles from labels like Dunderdon, Graham & Spencer and Steven Alan, as well as a comprehensive denim collection featuring HTC, Nudie, PRPS, Levi’s
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Avr

Andrea van Reimersdahl’s label AVR epitomizes the Berlin design aesthetic of art and fashion intertwined. Evidenced by abstract prints, paint-splattered accessories and geometric silhouettes, van Reimersdahl’s creations combine feminine style and cutting-edge trends, with just a touch of urban flair. Gormannstrasse 8-9 10119 Berlin Tel: +49(0)30 2809 6179 www.van-reimersdahl.com
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Zum Platzhirsch

Zum Platzhirsch is a haven for Berlin’s youth culture. If you are looking for European streetwear brands like BlendShe, Numph and Fly 53, this is the place. With a huge exterior mural, the spacious concrete interior and movie theater chairs in the shoe section, this former bank houses one the best selections of urban apparel in Berlin. Simplonstrasse 10, Friedrichshain, Berlin Tel: 49
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Nitschke

Located in Friedrichshain, Nitschke offers a great selection of streetwear and casual fashion. Focusing on denim, this boutique’s breadth stretches from eco-brand Kuyichi to Hell’s Bell’s indigo jeans and Japanese label Pace. And with contemporary Danish line Junk de Luxe and local graphics maven Humor, Nitschke definitely fills the vacant denim niche in this creative community. Wühlischstrasse 32 Friedrichshain, Berlin Tel: 49 (0)
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Der Maenner Laden

This beautiful men’s boutique opened just last year by owners Johan and Jürgen. specializes in stylish, hard-to-find menswear from Italy and Sweden. They carry everything from denim and ties to man-bags and suits from brands like Shisha, Bikkembergs, Cinque, Patricia Pepe, and Bray Steve Alan. Simponstrasse 6 Friedrichshain, Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30 2403 9848
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Big Brobot

Owned by two graphic designers, Big Brobot is deeply entrenched in the underground art culture and skateboard lifestyle of Berlin. Their incredible selection of illustration books, unique attire and toys galore is comprised of both local designers and big labels alike. Located in the hip area of Friedrichshain, Big Brobot is a vibrant utopia for serious streetwear affionados. Kopernikusstrasse
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Arrey Kono

Hailing from Cameroon, Berlin-based designer Arrey Kono opened her much-anticipated shop in July. Objects in nature, like insects, waves and volcanoes, provide inspiration for her unique and statuesque creations. With her flagship location in Berlin’s Mitte, Arrey Kono’s collections can also be found in over 40 premium stores worldwide. Munzstrasse 8 Mitte, Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30 4737 4231www.arreykono.com
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Royal Vintage Boutique

Located in up-and-coming Friedrichshain, Episoda sells funky, high-end streetwear. With its dark interior and gold accents, the ambiance here is a playful combination of Dracula’s lair meets Kanye West. While carrying brands like Psycho Cowboy, S’nob, Modstrom and Kiyuchi, Episoda also features local designers. Boxhagenerstrasse 113 Friedrichshain, Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30 7970 8042 www.episoda.de
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Dom

Situated at Hackesher Markt in Mitte, DOM definitely has something for everyone. Beyond the silver medallion-covered storefront lies a wealth of trendy goods, ranging from disco décor to modish furnishings. Their quirky merchandise is constantly changing, making DOM a place to visit more than once while in Berlin. Hackesher Markt Mitte, Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30 2809 8367www.dom-ck.com
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Manner Gift

Situated slightly off the beaten path, Männer Gift sells unique furniture and gift items for the home. Whether it’s a ship toaster from Bugatti, Mukul Goyal’s strong-arm wine racks, or quirky cow bookends in the shape of Elvis and Marie Antoinette, Thomas Hoffman’s eccentric boutique stocks delightfully affordable goods. Schonhauser Allee 66/67 10437 Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30 56 73 92 62www.maennergift.de
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Michalsky

The former global creative director of Adidas (and developer of Y3), Michael Michalsky recently opened his first eponymous boutique in Berlin’s Mitte. He experiments with loud colors and bold silhouettes to create high quality fashion. With a motto of “Real Clothes for Real People,” Michalsky cites musical influences in creating his crisp, fashion forward designs.  Monbijouplatz 41, 10178 Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30
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UVR 2

The second of two UVR locations on Oranienstrasse, UVR 2 has a distinctly different atmosphere than its neighbor. Designed to look like a tranquil forest, owner Mathyeu Davenne combines soothing green walls and ceilings with real birch trees. With affordable attire from hip, local designers, UVR 2 makes shopping feel like a walk in the park. Oranienstrasse 36, 10999 Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30
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Holly

Owned and designed by Christian Breil & Claudia Winkler, Holly is a bi-level boutique in the heart of Mitte. The ground floor features beautifully tailored women’s coats from Wingenbach, flirty dresses from Lis and funky accessories in all shapes and sizes. The lower level takes you back in time with sleek, vintage-inspired men’s apparel from labels like C Beau and
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