• Overkill Berlin (Children, Children's Shoes)
  • A graffiti artist can explain to you that overkill is a term for what happens when paint is under too much pressure, and an excess is released from the can. The Overkill shop does excess in a delightful fashion: sneaker freak style. The futuristic ground floor interior is an explosion of color and fresh design, housing many brands of graffiti supplies and a huge range of popular and limited edition shoes. In 2008 founder Thomas Peiser broke… More info
    Koepenicker Strasse 195a, Berlin, 10997
  • Wood wood Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • Evolving from its origins of cutting-edge streetwear label, Wood Wood embodies an intoxicating mix of high-fashion and forward-thinking trends. Starting in 2002, Danish duo Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian Jensen took their graffiti-infused graphics and nurtured it into a successful t-shirt empire in Copenhagen. In 2006 they landed in Berlin, and in 2010 their shoe store Annex was added next door. Cross-pollination and collaboration are hallmarks of… More info
    Rochstrasse 4, Berlin, 10178
  • Voo Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • Voo
    Hidden in plain sight in a courtyard off busy Oranienstrasse in multicultural Kreuzberg, Voo has become a destination for Berlin's cool kids and style enthusiasts. Opened in 2009 by the owners of the nearby bar Luzia in a space that retains signs of its previous incarnation as a locksmith, Voo's raw concrete space aims to be anything but precious. Customers are encouraged to browse, touch and try on everything. Carrying men's and women's… More info
    Oranienstrasse 24, Berlin, 10999
  • Solebox Berlin (Clothing, Men & Women)
  • On a side street in Charlottenburg, just off the main shopping artery of Tauentzienstrasse and nearby the famed Kurfürstendamm, is a jewel box of a shop for athletic shoe enthusiasts looking for original designs from big name brands. Solebox opened in 2002 and moved in 2006 to its current location - a small space with an all-black interior that allows the neon and candy colors to pop off the shoes displayed all over its walls. The name of the… More info
    Nuernberger Strasse 16, Berlin, 10789
  • Shusta Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • This former gallery in Mitte now showcases an artful collection of men and women's shoes and accessories. One of the partners in the business, Fidel Tesfai, previously worked in marketing for big name fashion brands but always dreamed of setting up a really individual and local business. You'll soon feel welcome and at ease in his company and so it seems do the many friends and regulars who drop in constantly to make sure they don't miss out on… More info
    Rosenthaler Strasse 72, Berlin, 10119
  • Schwarzhogerzeil Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • Part of the row of fine designer boutiques on Mulackstrasse in Mitte, Schwarzhogerzeil exudes a dark, elegant and seductive vibe. Opened in 2005, the store offers contemporary women's clothing and shoes that reflect owner Nicole Hogerzeil's sharp eye for understated chic. Well-known for its selection of pieces that combine timeless appeal and just the right amount of edge, the store steers clear of selling only the season's trends. This is a… More info
    Mulackstrasse 28, Berlin, 10119
  • Sessun Berlin (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • A 17 year-old brand from Marseille, Sessun opened its Mitte shop – the only mono-brand store outside of its native France – in May 2012 to the delight of Berlin’s fashion darlings who like to shop for feminine staples closer to home. Sessun is known for its charming love of details, which is visible with the addition of sweet piping, contrasting lining and carefully chosen buttons on their well-made clothes, which run the gamut from colorful… More info
    Alte Schoenhauser Strasse 44, Berlin, 10119
  • Le coup Berlin (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Offering contemporary footwear from a hand-picked selection of avant-garde labels, women's shoe emporium Le Coup is giving Berlin fashionistas a new direction to walk in. Owner Conny Stachowiak chooses brands based on their quality of design and concept, but also keeps her eye out for family-owned businesses as well as handmade and fairly traded products. Consequently, Le Coup is the only place in the city that carries goods from the likes of… More info
    Steinstrasse 16 , Berlin, 10119
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