• Friedrichslust Berlin (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • Friedrichslust is tucked away in the backyard of what used to be a tapestry factory on Schönhauser Allee. The name Friedrichslust is derived from Friedrich, who is one of the owners, and the German word for delight. And what a delight it is to rummage through the beautiful and curious pieces here, like the baroque era wardrobe, a wooden nun with a flaming heart, a chaise lounge straight out of a Freudian therapist’s office and a child’s skeleton… More info
    Schönhauser Allee 8, Berlin, 10119
  • Ting Berlin (Other, Stationery)
  • Beautiful objects from the Far East and the near north is how Laura Huppert describes the unique assortment of products on sale at her Prenzlauer Berg shop, Ting. Household items and accessories are in greatest supply, including little hairclips from Japan, blankets from Norway, a desk from Denmark and sweets from Thailand. The store owner makes regular trips to Scandinavia and Asia to keep her supply fresh and well-stocked. Nearly every piece… More info
    Rykestrasse 41, Berlin, 10405
  • Vintage galore Berlin (Home & Design, Furniture)
  • Inspired by holidays spent in Scandinavia as a boy, Erik Zimmerman began collecting mid-century design in the form of furniture, lighting, crockery and accessories. His love for these classic objects comes across in the considered and welcoming arrangement of his delightful Sanderstrasse boutique, Vintage Galore. The shop had a former incarnation in the window display of a nearby Neukölln design studio and the move into the light and airy… More info
    Sanderstrasse 12, Berlin, 12047
  • Atelier akeef Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • Atelier Akeef puts sustainability firmly in fashion with it's beautiful Mitte location. The modest shop's interior is created almost entirely from recycled and sustainable materials. Subtle dusky gray clay render sets off sage green and rich red salvaged wood wall coverings. Hanging from ropes or nestling next to green ferns, everything selected to appear in store contributes something positive to the world. The great attention to detail and… More info
    Max-Beer-Straße 31, Berlin, 10119
  • Trüffelschwein Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • Trüffelschwein opened its doors in 2007, back when Rosa-Luxemburg Strasse held only a few boutiques. The playful cuckoo clock, blackboard and heavy leather suitcases bursting with goodies set off the beautifully organised array of clothing and accessory textures. Here you’ll find everything the modern man could want, from clothing and accessories to toiletries, and even brushes to care for garments. There are wool and cotton sweaters from Howlin'… More info
    Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 21, Berlin, 10178
  • Dandy of the grotesque Berlin (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • Enter the alluring gloom of the Dandy of the Grotesque atelier and you'll find glittering crystal and somber blackened furniture harking back to the dressing room of a grand old theater. Itamar Zechoval, resident designer, offers made-to-measure garments for men with exquisite detailing and refined silhouettes, all meticulously adapted to fit the personality as much as the dimensions of the wearer. Zechoval has dressed many characters himself… More info
    Gormannstrasse 17b, Berlin, 10119
  • Soto ii Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • In October 2012, the three school friends behind Soto opened their second store right next to the original location on Torstraße. Anna Hofmann was responsible for the clean interior design, featuring a muted pastel color palette, vintage cabinets and walls adorned with large-scale contemporary photography. New brands have been added to the select men's clothing and accessories range including Barbour, BLK DNM, Dries Van Noten, Aspesi and… More info
    Torstrasse 72, Berlin, 10119
  • A. d. deertz Berlin (Accessories, Bags)
  • In 2009 the flagship store of A.D. Deertz opened on Berlin's Torstrasse, giving a permanent base to the work of traveling designer Wiebke Deertz. Behind a striking entrance that recalls an illuminated Mondrian painting you will find thoughtful and unpretentious menswear featuring unique fabrics and production processes from as far as Bolivia, Bangkok and Ethiopia all in a decidedly relaxed atmosphere. On display is a comprehensive collection of… More info
    Torstrasse 106, Berlin, 10119
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