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The 0039 Italy wom­enswear la­bel stands for ev­ery­thing that makes the Ital­ian life­style so en­vied by the rest of the world: ca­sual lux­ury and time­less style are the brand’s trade­marks. Blouses are one of 0039 Italy’s spe­cial­ties, from airy, cot­tony ones in ca­sual prints to 100% silk ones that em­body clas­sic el­e­gance. Ex­pect a wide range of col­ors, prints, and flat­ter­ing cuts. www.0039italy- shop.com. Sch­lüter­str. 51. T: 030 88708483. S Sav­i­gny­platz. C4


Ex­clu­sive, ex­tra­or­di­nary, per­sonal. This Aus­trian brand sells what they call “fash­ion made with pas­sion,” blur­ring the bound­aries be­tween sporty and classy out­fits and har­mo­niously com­bin­ing styles to cre­ate wear­able gar­ments for ev­ery­one, leav­ing lots of room for in­di­vid­ual and per­sonal in­ter­pre­ta­tions. www.air­field.at. Mall of Berlin. Leipziger Platz 12. U Mohren­straße. E3


Founded in Berlin in 1936 and now sold around the globe, Basler stands for fem­i­nin­ity and ver­sa­til­ity, aim­ing to make women of all ages and sizes look and feel good. From every­day style to business ca­sual to some­thing el­e­gant for a night out, you’ll find plenty to add to your wardrobe. Sec­ond store at Schlossstrasse 28.www.basler-fash­ion.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 220. T: 030. 88472949. U Kur­fürs­ten­damm. C4


From evening gowns to every­day ap­parel to musthave ac­ces­sories, BCBGMAXAZRIA makes it all with a fine eye for what makes a woman look and feel good. www.bcbg.com. Sch­lüter­str. 39. T: 030.88624770. S Sav­i­gny­platz, U Uh­land­straße. B4

Boggi Mi­lano

Ital­ian el­e­gance for men. Spe­cial­izes in high­qual­ity suits that are for­mal while also re­main­ing com­fort­able, and also car­ries a sport ca­sual col­lec­tion. www.boggi.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 195196. T: 030.88921730. U Uh­land­straße, U Ade­nauer­platz. B4


This well- known Bri­tish lux­ury fash­ion house car­ries clas­sic cloth­ing and fash­ion ac­ces­sories. Its dis­tinc­tive tar­tan pat­tern is fa­mous world­wide, and the company is best known for its trench coat, deis­gned by Thomas Burberry. www.burberry.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 183. T: 030.8854811. U Uh­land­straße. B/C4


Ex­quis­ite el­e­gance for men and women de­fines this la­bel, whose prod­ucts are in­spired by the Ital­ian life­style and Mediter­ranean views. www.cinque.de. Rochstr. 1. T: 030.28099999. U Wein­meis­ter­straße. F2

Clau­dia Skoda

She used to party with Bowie and Iggy Pop and trans­formed knitwear into high fash­ion. Skoda is one of the most fa­mous Berlin de­sign­ers and this beau­ti­ful new bou­tique houses her lat­est fig­ure-

hug­ging en­sem­bles. www.clau­di­askoda.com. Mu­lack­str. 8 (check web­site for other lo­ca­tions). T: 030.40041884. U Wein­meis­ter­straße. F2

Evelin Brandt

Evelin Brandt of­fers an ur­ban, fem­i­nine look with a skil­ful mix of el­e­gance, ca­su­al­ness and ex­trav­a­gance. The la­bel’s dis­tinc­tive de­signs high­light a woman’s in­di­vid­u­al­ity and per­sonal charisma. Whether in beau­ti­ful jack­ets, flow­ing dresses, or ac­ces­sories, cus­tomers will be strik­ingly well dressed. www.evelin- brandt.de. Friedrich­str. 153a. T: 030.2044444. S+U Friedrich­straße. E3


Re­lo­cat­ing to a new space ev­ery few sea­sons, Dark­lands is a no­madic, multi- branded men’s fash­ion store. It stocks cloth­ing by lead­ers in Ger­man avant- garde de­sign with a strong pref­er­ence for the darker end of the color spec­trum. It’s hard to find, so check their web­site for in­struc­tions. www.dark­lands­ber­lin.com. Hei­destr. 46– 52, Build­ing 7. S Haupt­bahn­hof. D2

G-Star RAW

For more than 20 years, Dutch la­bel G-Star RAW has been pro­duc­ing ur­ban cloth­ing in­spired by mil­i­tary ap­parel made with raw denim. On the Ku’damm since 2013, the G-Star Raw flag­ship store re­sponds to the la­bel’s phi­los­o­phy, com­bin­ing their orig­i­nal de­signs and ma­te­ri­als with friendly ex­pert ser­vice. www.g-star.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 16. T: 030.88001973. U Uh­land­straße. B4

Hugo Boss

The Ger­man lux­ury fash­ion brand is syn­on­i­mous with el­e­gance and caters to men, women and kids. www.hugo­b­oss.com. BOSS: Kur­fürs­ten­damm 25. T: 030.88624614. U Kur­fürs­ten­damm. C4; BOSS: Friedrich­str. 165. T: 030.20613890. U Franzö­sis­che Straße. E3; HUGO: Rosethaler Str. 49. T: 030.28884550. U Wein­meis­ter­straße. F2; BOSS: Mall of Berlin, Leipziger Platz 12. U Mohren­straße. E3

Kaviar Gauche

Sig­na­ture pieces fuse dy­namic patch­work cuts and fem­i­nin­ity, first re­al­ized in their clas­sic Lamella bag. In the last few years, mo­ti­vated by the suc­cess of their cock­tail dresses, fash­ion de­sign­ers Jo­hanna Kühl and Alexan­dra Fis­cher-Röh­ler have also spe­cial­ized in bridal wear. www.kaviar­gauche.com. Linien­str. 44. T: 030.28873562. U Rosa- Lux­em­burgPlatz. F2


One of the few stores that stocks Berlin la­bel col­lec­tions by renowned de­sign­ers such as C. Neoon and An­ntian. Founded by fine art alumna Ettina Ber­rios- Ne­grón, Konk fo­cuses on the in­ter­play be­tween fash­ion and art in her dis­plays. www.konk-berlin.de. Kleine Ham­burger Str. 15. T: 030.28097839. U Oranien­burger Tor,

U Wein­meis­ter­straße. E2

Lala Berlin

For­mer MTV ed­i­tor-turned- de­signer Leyla Pie­dayesh com­bines ca­sual de­sign and evening wear made with nat­u­ral fab­rics such as cash­mere, silk, and cot­ton. Her logo- ob­sessed scarves have be­come one of Berlin’s most rec­og­nized prod­ucts. www. lal­aber­lin.com. Mu­lack­str. 7. T: 030.25762924. U Wein­meis­ter­straße. F2

Marc Cain

A world­wide pre­mium brand for women’s fash­ion with its own pro­duc­tion fa­cil­ity in Ger­many. Marc Cain ef­fort­lessly com­bines aes­thet­ics and in­no­va­tion in de­sign and ma­te­ri­als, mak­ing a dec­la­ra­tion of love to women. www.marc- cain.com. Friedrich­str. 61 (check web­site for other lo­ca­tions). T: 030.20077219. U Stadt­mitte.

Marc O’Polo

For nearly five decades, Marc O’Polo has stayed true to its phi­los­o­phy of authenticity, cre­at­ing ca­sual, wear­able life­style cloth­ing with an up­scale feel. From wom­enswear and menswear to chil­dren’s cloth­ing and home ac­ces­sories, a visit to a Marc O’Polo bou­tique has plenty in store. www.marc-o- polo.de. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 220 (check web­site for other lo­ca­tions). T: 030.88923901. U Kur­fürs­ten­damm, U Uh­land­straße. C4


This Ger­man wom­enswear la­bel stands for feel­good de­sign and top- qual­ity ma­te­ri­als that are not only com­fort­able, they let the wearer’s per­son­al­ity shine through. Muted, earthy tones com­bine with Asian-in­spired sil­hou­ettes to make OSKA pieces el­e­gant yet easy to wear on an every­day ba­sis. Look for their sec­ond shop lo­ca­tion at Lin­den­str. 50 in Pots­dam. www.oska.de. Oranien­burger Str. 84. T: 030 20089791. S Hack­escher Markt. E2

Pal Zi­leri

First- class men’s fash­ion. All of the suits, jack­ets, shirts, and knitwear ex­ude the finest qual­ity of ma­te­ri­als and crafts­man­ship. In ad­di­tion to cloth­ing, they also of­fer a made-to-mea­sure ser­vice and ac­ces­sories such as belts, shoes, and colognes. www.palzi­leri.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 175–176. T: 030.88910700. U Ade­nauer­platz. B4

Pa­trick Hellmann

Among the most suc­cess­ful lux­ury brands in the fash­ion world, Pa­trick Hellmann stands for time­less­ness, el­e­gant de­signs, qual­ity ma­te­ri­als, and ex­trav­a­gant de­tails. There are also clothes by Gior­gio Ar­mani, Christian Dior, and Dolce & Gab­bana. www.pa­trick-hellmann.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 190–192. T: 030.88487711. U Ade­nauer­platz, U Uh­land­straße. B4


This women’s fash­ion store on the first floor of

the Mall of Berlin car­ries every­day clothes for pas­sion­ate women. All items are de­signed and made in Europe, boast­ing a mod­ern, glam­orous, and bold style with a slightly rock- ori­ented touch. Open 9am–10pm Mon–Sat. www.richan­droyal.de. Mall of Berlin, Leipziger Platz 12. S Pots­damer Platz. E3


What be­gan in a sim­ple tai­lor’s shop in Turkey in 1944 has since grown into a lux­ury cloth­ing la­bel sold around the globe. Sarar, avail­able ex­clu­sively in Berlin at the Quartier 206 depart­ment store in Friedrich­strasse, cre­ates both wom­ens- and menswear that stays true to the im­pec­ca­ble tai­lor­ing and qual­ity that launched the company, with col­lec­tions that in­clude pieces for every­day el­e­gance as well as for­mal black-tie wear. www.sarar.com.tr/de. Friedrich­str. 71. T: 030.20455104. U Stadt­mitte. E3


One of Ger­many’s most im­por­tant fash­ion de­sign­ers, Dorothee Shu­macher cre­ates col­lec­tions “for women who ex­pect a lot from life, and who live and love pas­sion­ately,” she says. www.dorothee- schu­macher.com. Friedrich­str. 71. T: 030.20946099. U Stadt­mitte. E3


This Swiss company cre­ates fash­ion for men who are on their way up or, as they say, for young men with big plans. Con­cen­trat­ing on clar­ity, the Strell­son phi­los­o­phy is based on clear cuts and top qual­ity for their suits and other ur­ban wears, as well as trans­par­ent val­ues and work at­ti­tudes. www.strell­son.com. Münzstr. 8. T: 030.24724042. U Wein­meis­ter­straße. F2


This men’s bou­tique car­ries the best Ger­man and in­ter­na­tional brands, cater­ing to a de­mand­ing man and of­fer­ing a va­ri­ety of styles, from classy to ca­sual, from business to sporty. Brands in­clude Calvin Klein, Black Kaviar, Lee Jeans, and Hugo Boss. www.worm­land.de. Mall of Berlin, Leipziger Platz 12. Di­rect en­trance from Voßstr. T: 030.229088200. U Mohren­straße. E3

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