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Spe­cial­iz­ing in beauty driven by science, Ba­bor cre­ates skin­care so­lu­tions for ev­ery woman's unique needs. Top-sellers at the flag­ship store in­clude vi­ta­min-rich skin serums and deluxe foun­da­tions with a lift­ing ef­fect.­ Franzö­sis­che Str. 48. T: 030. 20622222. U Franzö­sis­che Straße. E3

Cather­ine Nail Sa­lon

The pop­u­lar Cather­ine nail­care brand now has a nail sa­lon here in Ber­lin. Stop by or make an ap­point­ment for some groom­ing time be­tween shop­ping and sight­see­ing. www.cather­ine-ber­ Kne­se­beck Str. 35. T: 030. 55214475. U Uh­land­straße. E3

Frau To­nis Par­fum

The per­fume bou­tique of­fers scents in­spired by the city, like Pure Vi­o­let, orig­i­nally com­posed for Mar­lene Di­et­rich. Take a scent test to find the fra­grances that suit you best or ask cus­tom­ize your own bot­tle. www.frau-to­nis- par­ Zim­mer­str. 13. T: 030.20215310. U Kochstraße. E4

Harry Lehmann

The grand­son of this per­fume shop's founder con­tin­ues an 80- year- long fam­ily tra­di­tion, mix­ing per­fume from a spec­trum of 50 scents. www. par­fum- in­di­vid­ Kantstr. 106. T: 030.3243582. U Wilmers­dor­fer Straße, S Char­lot­ten­burg. C4


Founded in 1904, Krigler was born out of the de­sire to cre­ate unique lux­ury fra­grances made with the finest in­gre­di­ents from around the world. From 1905, Krigler's orig­i­nal shop on Unter den Lin­den wit­nessed the flour­ish­ing of Ber­lin's leg­endary mu­sic scene and the fra­grances were ap­pre­ci­ated by celebri­ties such as John F. Kennedy, Audrey Hep­burn, and Grace Kelly. Ad­lon Ho­tel. Unter den Lin­den 77. T: 030 80494144. S Bran­den­burger Tor. E3


Treat your­self to a bliss­ful evening with an out­door spa, a ther­mal bath with mood light­ing and un­der­wa­ter mu­sic, and five dif­fer­ent saunas. Best of all are the in­fu­sions, which take place in the Fin­nish sauna on the hour, or the hon­eyand- salt body scrubs. www.liq­uidrom- ber­ Möck­ern­str. 10. T: 030.258007820. U Möck­ern­brücke. E4


Tra­di­tional shav­ing cul­ture for the modern gen­tle­man. MÜHLE is a clas­sic Ger­man brand In the dig­i­tal world we live in, there's noth­ing as tra­di­tion­ally lux­u­ri­ous and classy as a beau­ti­ful, Swiss-made wrist­watch. With its tech­ni­cal per­fec­tion and time­less ap­peal, Rolex rep­re­sents more than a cen­tury of watch­mak­ing ex­cel­lence. The com­pany has pi­o­neered the de­vel­op­ment of wrist­watches since 1905, set­ting mile­stones in time­piece his­tory. One of their ma­jor suc­cesses was the cre­ation of the first wa­ter­proof case, the Oys­ter, still fea­tured as one of their lines to­day. Dis­cover the range of ma­te­ri­als, bezels, di­als, and bracelets at the Rolex Bou­tique, and rest as­sured that each com­po­nent has been de­signed, de­vel­oped, and man­u­fac­tured to meet the most strin­gent re­quire­ments in watch­mak­ing. Rolex Bou­tique, Kur­fürs­ten­damm 184. T: 030 55669010. Email: rolexbou­tique.ber­

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