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Herr Von Eden

One of the most elegant stores in Mitte, Herr Von Eden is boutique worthy of London’s Savlle Row. With tailored suits for men and women, owner/designer Bent Angelo Jensen combines impeccable tailoring with quirky colors and prints, creating an exceptional style reminiscent of Weimar Republic-era Berlin. Alte Schonhauserstrasse 14 10119 Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30 2404 8682www.herrvoneden.com
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Heimat

Heimat is a hat paradise and easily one of the best hat shops in Berlin. Located on hip and happening Kastanienallee, Heimat carries classic brands like Meyser and Stetson amid emerging talents from South America and Europe. Whether your style is urban, retro, or modern, Heimat is equipped to outfit your head with the chicest hats around. Kastanenallee 13-14, Prenzlauer
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Lil Shop

Lil Shop, named after the owner Lil, is one of the few shops located on the new Gallery Row on Brunnenstrasse. A former guerrilla store, this now permanent fixture specializes in new and vintage collections from Comme des Garcons and Junya Watanabe. With a selection ranging from men’s pink patent-leather shoes to polka dotted, flower brooches for women, Lil
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Quartier 206

Quartier 206 was designed by owner Anne-Maria Jagdfeld to be the ultimate, luxury shopping experience. Based on her worldly travels, Jagdfeld has amassed an enviable collection of labels ranging from 10 Corso Como and April 77, to Lanvin and Jil Sander. In addition to a revolving art gallery and an outdoor café, Quartier 206 also has a florist
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Fake PR Showroom

Clare & Mike Langhammer founded Fake PR for fashion and music, and it is now one of the most successful showrooms in Berlin. Located on the quiet street of Sophienstrasse in Mitte, they represent European designers on the cusp of worldwide fame. Be sure to make an appointment to check out labels like By Marlene Birger, Linda Farrow and
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Bessendresser

Translating to “best dresser” in German, Besserdresser is a charming boutique located in Prenzlauer Berg. Owner Andrea Faupei makes nearly all the clothing in the back of the store, focusing more on flashes of inspiration as opposed to passing trends. With a range of items, from coats and dresses to jewelry and boots, Besserdresser will certainly make you
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Drykorn

Before Mitte became today's major destination, Karin Warburg and Dirk Jacoby opened a store there selling Drykorn products amongst many others. Today, Drykorn has its very own space, selling clothing “for beautiful people.” The designs are sophisticated and sleek, with just the right amount of edge.Neue Schonhauser Strasse 6 10117 Berlin Tel: +49 (0)30 2804 5666www.drykorn.com
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Frosch & Konigin

 Rochstrasse in the Mitte is beginning to fill up with a number of quaint boutiques. One of these is Frosch & Konigin, an airy and spacious store with a great selection of women’s apparel, as well as an assortment of accessories for the home. From graphic tees to cocktail dresses, their selection pairs classic with contemporary for a woman of
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Depot 2

From electric green lettering and bright white sci-fi interior to walls of the latest must-have sneakers, Depot 2 exemplifies the street wear sensation occurring in Berlin. They stock main players like Marc Ecko, Zoo York and Stussy alongside rising stars like IrieDaily and Berlin Specials. To keep the selection innovative, Depot 2 picks the edgiest and most directional pieces from
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Dc4

Brand new to Munzstrasse is DC4, located in one of Berlin’s major shopping destinations, Mitte. They offer an extensive denim selection as well as a small, well-edited selection of shoes and accessories. However, their selection of innovative graphics tees and hoodies takes the cake, with curious closures and trims flawlessly adorning their goods. Munzstrasse 11C, Berlin +49 30 28 44 91 99  
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Eisdieler

As the first boutique to open on Kastanienallee, Eisdieler has paved the way for neighboring shops. This project is the brainchild of three designers, who all bring their individual style to the table. The result is an effortless mix of elegance with urban roots at a reasonable price. Kastanienallee 12 10435 Berlin, Germany+49 30 28391291 www.eisdieler.de
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Kirsten Tadic

This boutique is a welcome addition to the Stargarderstrasse shopping area. With a background in tailoring, Kirsten Tadic's designs are crisp and feminine with dash of vintage glamour. To top it all off (literally), she also knits and sells caps for women and children. Stargarderstrasse 23 10437 Berlin, Germany+49 30 4365 9950 www.kirsten-tadic.de
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Heimzucht

Let the graffiti exterior of this former vintage shop lure you in to discover a wealth of goods. Heimzucht stocks imports from Scandinavia to Korea, with accessories and knick-knacks scattered about the store. As you would in a vintage store, be prepared to browse for ages and explore their diverse collection. Danzigerstrasse 10 Berlin, Germany+49 30 4404 7772heimzucht@yahoo.de
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Majaco

When three designers meet in fashion school, work around the globe and form a label, the product is a worldly combination of feminine and flirtatious clothing. While Majaco's specialty lies with dresses, they also carry charming separates and a hand picked spread of jewelry.Fehrbellinerstrasse 24 10119 Berlin, Germany+49 30 40056638 www.majaco-berlin.de
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Penkov

Coming from Budapest, Bernadett Penkov has seamlessly translated her style into an instant classic with Penkov. Her line expresses a delicate femininity with a quirky edge, such as a sundress with imitation phone cords for straps. The boutique is gallery-esque and serves as the ideal backdrop for Penkov's flawless designs. Invalidenstrasse 155,10155 Berlin Tel: +49 30 4630 9047 www.penkovberlin.com
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