Where Berlin - - SHOPPING -

www.richan­ Mall of Ber­lin, Leipziger Platz 12. S Pots­damer Platz. E3

Spor­talm Kitzbühel

Sport meets fash­ion in a con­glom­er­a­tion of el­e­gance and cool­ness. This Aus­trian brand spe­cial­izes in clothes that en­hance the sporty char­ac­ter of fem­i­nine el­e­gance. www.spor­ Mall of Ber­lin, Leipziger Platz 12. T: 030.30329261. S Pots­damer Platz. 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. Münzstr. 8. T: 030.24724042. U Wein­meis­ter­straße. F2


In less than a decade, this Ja­panese ca­sual wear designer has be­come Asia’s big­gest cloth­ing re­tailer and has con­quered the rest of the world, pro­vid­ing men, women, and chil­dren with high­qual­ity ba­sics and year-round wardrobe essen­tials that come in dozens of colors. Tauentzien­str. 7B/C. T: 030.29028260. U Wit­ten­berg­platz. C4


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.worm­ Mall of Ber­lin, Leipziger Platz 12. Di­rect en­trance from Voßstr. T: 030.229088200. U Mohren­straße. E3

Fass­ben­der & Rausch

This is Ber­lin’s undis­puted tem­ple of choco­late. As if the long­est choco­late counter in the world weren’t enough, the shop also fea­tures eye- pop­ping dis­plays of choco­late mas­ter­pieces, like a model of the Re­ich­stag made from 300 kg of dark choco­late. www.fass­ben­ Char­lot­ten­str. 60. T: 030.20458443. U Stadt­mitte. E3

Mark­thalle Neun

The KaDeWe has an amaz­ing food hall on the 6th floor.

Built in 1891 and one of only three his­toric mar­ket halls re­main­ing in Ber­lin, Mark­thalle IX has un­der­gone a re­vival in re­cent years, now host­ing a farm­ers’ mar­ket ev­ery Fri­day and Satur­day from 10am to 6pm. Check the web­site for other foodie events, like the popular Street Food Thurs­days. www.mark­ Eisen­bahn­str. 42– 43. T: 030.577094661.U Gör­l­itzer Bahn­hof. G4 range of table­ware, jew­elry, art­work, and fig­urines; all iden­ti­fied by the sig­na­ture crossed swords. www.meis­ Un­ter den Lin­den 39b. T: 030.22679028. U Franzö­sis­che Straße. E3; Kur­fürs­ten­damm 21. T: 030.88625085. U Kur­fürs­ten­damm. B3


Th­ese house­hold prod­ucts are cre­ated to add a spark to our daily lives, fill­ing it with color and fun. The de­sign­ers choose zoomor­phic themes.­ Kur­fürs­ten­damm 225 (check web­site for other store lo­ca­tions). T: 030.92362488. U Kur­fürs­ten­damm. C4

An­tique & Vin­tage Jew­ellery

Travel back in time with a vin­tage col­lier, a retro bracelet, or a pair of ear­rings from the roar­ing '20s. This inspiring shop stocks a true con­nois­seur's col­lec­tion of luxury an­tique and vin­tage jew­elry.­tique-jew­ Linien­str. 44. T: 030.20689155. U Rosa-Lux­em­burg-Platz. F2


With a ded­i­cated Rolex and Patek Philippe cor­ner, and a wide range of other pres­ti­gious watch brands, as well as ex­clu­sive jew­elry cre­ations, the Bucherer store pro­vides cus­tomers with first- class ser­vice and a unique shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence. Friedrich­str. 176179. T: 030.2041049. U Franzö­sis­che

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