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One of Berlin's more established independent labels, selling minimalist, clean-lined clothes.
Rosa Luxemburg Strasse 28
Three concept shops hidden in a courtyard, AM 1-3 offer a reverently presented selection of cutting-edge, luxury designers, many of them local. The shop is...
The first German home for British label Fenchurch. Big Brobot also stocks Boxfresh, Stüssy and X-Large, among others. There are all sorts of cultish...
German labels such as Blutsgeschwister, Boogaloo and Berlin's own Volksmarke, plus Holland's King Louis and Colcci from Brazil, rub shoulders in this...
Berlin's most established womenswear designer has extended her range to include men - items for both sexes are showcased in this loft space. Made with...
Alte Schönhauser Strasse 35
Eastern earthiness combined with a skater/hip hop aesthetic has made IrieDaily one of the most popular local brands. This is the company's flagship. Girls'...
This elegant glass complex designed by French superstar Jean Nouvel offers great clothes, frequent sales on the upper floors, a good selection of...
Sigfried Böhnisch has been selling cutting-edge men's labels for over 20 years. He stocks Japanese powerhou-ses such as Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake and...
Clean cuts for sharp men from a range of well-known collections including Dsquared, D&G, K Lagerfeld, Miu Miu and Paul Smith.
Wilmersdorfer Strasse 73
Owners Wera Wonder and Mik Moon have been kitting out Berlin's vibrant club scene since 1985. Their DJ friends pump out deafening music to put you in the...
Dirk Seidel, Karin Warburg and Alfred Warburg's menswear seems traditionally tailored on the rail, yet reveals a body-conscious, contemporary cut when worn....
Neue Schönhauser Strasse 14
Sterling Gold is where ladies can dress to impress with one of the elegant US cocktail frocks and ball gowns, from the 1950s to the 1980s, that cram the...
Heckmann-Höfe, Oranienburger Strasse 32