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Barbour & Barbour Her­itage Store

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 Basler 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. 28. www.basler-fash­ion.com. Kur­fürs­ten­damm 220. T: 030.88472949. U Kur­fürs­ten­damm. C4 Beatrice von Tresckow Sump­tu­ous, el­e­gant, some­what ex­trav­a­gant. Beatrice Von Tresckow women's clothes are lively and col­or­ful, an eye-catch­ing ad­di­tion to any wardrobe. www.beat­ricevon­tresckow.com, Leib­nizstr. 60. T: 030 308318. U Ade­nauer Platz. C4 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 195-196. T: 030.88921730. U Uh­land­straße. B4 Cotélac The French just have that cer­tain je ne sais

quoi when it comes to style. Laid- back, breezy, com­fort­able, and nonethe­less el­e­gant, the Cotélac col­lec­tions cap­ture that quin­tes­sen­tial French style in cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories for both women and men. Brand hall­marks are fine fab­rics, sub­tle de­tails and unique prints cre­ated with spe­cial dye and fab­ric tech­niques. Mu­lack­str. 6. T: 030 53604074. www.cotelac.fr. U We in meis­ter st raße.F 2 de­signer de­pot This bou­tique in Mitte of­fers se­lected de­signer fash­ion, shoes, and ac­ces­sories for men and ladies at up to 50 per­cent off. There are more than 30 in­ter­na­tional la­bels such as Calvin Klein, Ice­berg, Roberto Cavalli, and Valentino. www.de­sign­erde­pot.net. Rochstr. 2. T: 030.28046700. U Wein­meis­ter­str. F2 Gobi Cash­mere The first Euro­pean store of this lux­ury Mon­go­lian cash­mere man­u­fac­turer opened in De­cem­ber 2017 to bring Ber­lin­ers or­ganic, high- qual­ity cash­mere fash­ion and fab­rics pro­duced in Asia to the high­est stan­dards. www.shop- gobi.com/en/. Kne­se­beck­str. 30. T: 030.22466513. U Uh­land­straße. E2 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. See web­site for more lo­ca­tions. T: 030.20077219. U Stadt­mitte. E3 One­piece A popular Nor­we­gian brand, best known for its jump­suits, beloved by celebri­ties. Com­fort­able pants, hood­ies, shirts, and dresses com­plete the of­fer­ing. www.one­piece.com. Lit­faß­platz 1. T: 030.27580644. S Hack­escher Markt. F3 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 Planet Berlin De­scribed as "lux­ury with a touch of rock and roll," the store will have you decked out for your next glam­orous night of club­bing. They stock clas­sic la­bels such as Con­verse and Dr. Martens, as well as new la­bels like Ja­pan Rags, whose jeans for both men and women have al­ready achieved cult sta­tus. www.plan­etwear.de. Sch­lüter­str. 35. T: 030 8852717. S Sav­i­gny­platz. B4 Rebecca Store With a unique boudoir at­mos­phere, this con­cept store is a har­mo­nious med­ley of Euro­pean and American de­sign­ers, in­clud­ing Yi­gal Azrouel, Vera Wang, and Gas Bi­joux. All items are per­son­ally se­lected by owner Rebecca Ze­hden on her many trips abroad. www.rebecca- berlin.de. Alte Schön­hauser Str. 41. T: 030 34620780. U We in meis­ter st raße.F 2 Trüf­felschwein The Trüf­felschwein man is never over­dressed – he sim­ply looks good, with a col­lec­tion of small niche brands from Lon­don, Paris, and New York. www. tru­ef­felschwein­ber­lin.com. Rosa- Lux­em­burg-Str. 21. T: 030.70221225. U Wein­meis­ter­str. F2 Twin-Set Ital­ian de­signer Si­mona Bar­bieri be­gan her ca­reer in the 1990s fo­cus­ing her ac­tiv­ity on knitwear and fe­male cloth­ing, but soon af­ter ex­panded her col­lec­tion to add bags, lin­gerie, beach­wear, and shoes. To­day, Twin-Set is known in­ter­na­tion­ally for its style, which is both el­e­gant and fem­i­nine. Mall of Berlin. T: 030.22152081. U Mohren­straße. E3 UNIQLO Orig­i­nally a chain of road­side stores in sub­ur­ban Ja­pan, this brand quickly be­came an Asian sen­sa­tion and has now ex­panded to trendy ur­ban hubs around the globe. Their Berlin flag­ship store has three floors of qual­ity ba­sics and fash­ion for women, men, and chil­dren. www.uniqlo.com. Tauentzien­str. 7. T: 030 29028260. U Wit­ten­berg­platz. C4; Leipziger Platz 16. S+U Pots­damer Platz. E3; Rosen­thaler Str. 42; S Hack­escher Markt. F3

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