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There are concept shops and then there are places like The Store at Soho House Berlin.
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Meet Simon and his range of German-made goods. Gifts from Kreuzberg that should please any recipient.
Read more: LOCAL
Get some wardrobe inspiration from the Berlinois cool kids on the Southside of Torstrasse.
Read more: Soto
A Kreuzberg showroom and concept space that offers young designers a bit of a break – and you a chance to pick up something different.
Read more: Konzept86 @ The Wye
Kreuzberg's first really exciting retail option, making a trip out of more merchandise-friendly Mitte worth the S-Bahn fare.
Read more: Voo Store
Simple quality basics on Berlin's hipster street but with price tags to remind you that it isn’t GAP.
Read more: Closed by 14 Oz
Limited editions and the best of everything Adidas under one roof.
Read more: No 74
Germany’s most dapper department store gets an injection of energy and avant-garde labels.
Read more: Fashionation Peek & Cloppenburg
If visual culture is your porn, you’ll find this publisher’s show space a total turn on.
Read more: Gestalten
Morph into a better version of yourself in Charlottenburg with this upscale menswear.
Read more: Amorph Men
Graphic designers, illustrators and street artists all contribute to the fully customisable designs available for shoppers to play with at this fun new store.
Read more: Dudes Factory
Understated, well-cut, and well-affordable. Get better acquainted with this German label.
Read more: Drykorn
Its slightly out of the way location assures that this isn’t just another concept lifestyle store with plenty of unusual names on the shelves.
Read more: F95
Denim lovers will know that 14oz is the standard weight of denim. And denim lovers in Berlin will know that this is the place to shop for it.
Read more: 14 Oz
Wolfgang Joop’s popular womenswear label has finally branched out for the boys with a dolce vita-esque line of soft tailoring.
Read more: Wunderkind
Super cool collection of clothes, homewares and oddities spaced over three distinct spaces in a cool Mitte courtyard.
Read more: Andreas Murkudis
Monthly alternative gay party with Berghain’s Boris and Italian duo Discodromo leading the charge.
Party politically with this polysexual gathering that brings out the city’s deepest sub-cultures for a night of art, music and performance.
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