Where Berlin - - SHOPPING -


Show­cas­ing its col­lec­tion for women, men, and chil­dren, this Bri­tish la­bel has a trendy, rugged look. Cus­tomers can also en­joy a shop­ping break with tea and cof­fee on cozy Ch­ester­field so­fas up­stairs. www.bar­bour.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 26a T: 030.88001773. U Uh­land­straße, U Kur­fürs­ten­damm. C4 Alte Schön­hauser Str. 39. 030.23456828. U Wein­meis­ter Straße. F2


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 Schloßstr. The world of fash­ion is not gen­der equal. Women en­joy the whole spec­trum of styles, from ca­sual to dressy and all the shades in be­tween, while men are of­ten forced to choose be­tween sporty and el­e­gant – and qual­ity el­e­gance usu­ally comes with a painful price tag. That all changed, how­ever, with the open­ing of the first Mas­simo Dutti stores in 2006. The Span­ish brand spe­cial­izes in ur­ban, ef­fort­less el­e­gance, at­tract­ing men who want to dress savvy but not too el­e­gant, sporty but not too ca­sual, and all at mid-range prices. From the shops' re­fined air to the small touches, such as the fab­ric lin­ing the neck of the long-sleeved polo shirts, ev­ery item ex­hibits a rare at­ten­tion to de­tail. Friedrich­str. 83. T: 030 29027940. www.mas­si­mod­utti.com

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