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The Old And The Beautiful

Located on the antiques-friendly Kloosterstraat, The Old and the Beautiful carries furniture and interior objects that live up to its name. However, these pieces are not simply ‘old’ and ‘beautiful’; everything dates back to 17th-19th century Sweden. Authentic, exquisitely beautiful chairs, canapés and more bear the patina of time past and exude that rarefied country-chic aesthetic attempted by
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Cocodrillo

With a thriving Women’s business for nearly 30 years, it was only logical that Coccodrillo owner Eddye Michiels cater to the Men’s market, opening an airy boutique across the street in spring 2010. While the shop stocks new, young labels like N.D.C. and Max Verré (Men’s footwear designer for Tom Ford), the aesthetic remains more classic with styles by Church’s, Prada,
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Gasoline

Koenji is home to a rich music scene paired with some of the best vintage concept stores in Tokyo. Gasoline, a shop inspired by motorcycle subculture and rockabilly music, exemplifies Koenji style. The shop is stocked with leather jackets, denim overalls, cycle parts and helmets. The Tokyo greaser scene can be traced back to the Easy Rider era 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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Lo Lo Love Vintage

Vintage scarves and jewelry, sunglasses, bags, belts and hats, and maybe a YSL dress or two… boutique owner, stylist, and designer, Lolo, has traveled the world to hand-select pieces to hang in her retro shop. Its ambience is enhanced by a wide variety of 70s flowing dresses and pants, as well as handmade dresses and jewelry designed by Lolo using
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Culture Matters

Shoeboxes teeter overhead as you enter this 20-square-meter shop. Feiyue originated in Shanghai in the 1920s and is one of the most popular Chinese sneaker brands. These kicks are wildly popular in France and other parts of the world; they are compared to Converse and regarded as the Chucks of China. One can still find the old school red, blue
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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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Cavalera

In the well-known street shopping district, Cavalera aims to please a modern and playful crowd. In 1995, Alberto Hiar founded the brand with famous Sepultura drummer, Igor Cavalera. This monumental shop is a stylelish crossover between rock 'n' roll, fashion and art. Find a mix of cheeky prints and graphics and jeanswear with attitude. Cavalera has stores all over
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Havaianas

Havaianas recently opened a 1,250 square-foot store in the heart of Huntington Beach. The shop is located right across from the Huntington Pier, and boasts a selection of over 150 styles to choose from, along with a kiosk to customize and design your own pair of sandals. The store also carries an eclectic array of limited edition sandals that
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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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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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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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General Idea

The Korea-based designer Bumsuk Choi’s line, General Idea, has been around since 2004, and has steadily moved within the boundaries of must-have menswear with its uniform of polos and shorts. The shop also carries the brand’s patterned sweaters and range of footwear, from classic brogues to street-savvy sneakers. 642-25 Sinsa-Dong, Gangnam-Gu Seoul, South Korea - Tel: +82 2 54 66 110 www.generalidea.eu
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Garden

Garden is an artfully curated menswear boutique located among the fashionable shops in Shibuya. Garden is stocked with vivid men’s accessories, asymmetrical denim pieces, spiked sandals and other men’s apparel chosen selectively from Japanese brands. The shop is a popular choice in the entertainment industry; word has it Kanye West is a fan. Experience Tokyo style at Garden by
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Any Old Iron

Any Old Iron is the result of collaboration between designer Andrew Clancey and art entrepreneur Christopher Melton. Clancey’s family has been in the scrap metal industry for 125 years - the store’s name is a term that scrap metal workers would yell from the back of horse-drawn carriages as they were working. The Lower East Side store houses rare menswear
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