Ich lebe in Berlin Mitte und die Gegend um die Alte Schönhauser Strasse und Mulackstrasse könnte sich zum Shoppen nicht besser eignen. Hier findet ihr kleine Boutiquen, Flagship Stores von internationalen Designern und hippe Concept Stores. Kult Labels und Berliner Designer haben sich in den kleinen Straßen um die Hackeschen Höfe niedergelassen und die Gegend zu einer beliebten Shopping Meile gemacht. In keinem anderen Stadtteil von Berlin findet ihr so viele Fashionistas und Hipster ;). Eine weitere tolle Gegend zum Shoppen ist Kreuzberg, hauptsächlich die Gegend um die Bergmannstrasse und Oranienstrasse. Hier findet ihr tolle Vintage Teile und originales Berlin Design.
I live in Berlin Mitte and the area around Alte Schönhauser Straße and Mulackstraße has established itself as the perfect location for an exclusive shopping trip. Small boutiques with hot labels, flagship stores of international designers and hip concept stores. International cult labels and Berlin designers have moved into the small streets near the Hackesche Höfe in a big way, so turning the area into a popular fashion shopping mile. Nowhere else in Berlin are there so many style-conscious fashionistas and shopaholics to be seen. Another great area to shop in East Berlin is Kreuzberg, mainly around Bergmannstrasse and Oranienstrasse. A true shopping paradise for vintage fashion but also young fashion and original Berlin design.
THE STORE X SOHO HOUSE
Torstraße 1, 10119 Berlin Mitte
The Store on the ground floor of Soho House is a mix of café, gallery and store offering fashion, beauty, books, furniture and music. The Store is more than a only a concept store, it is a place where people can hang out, its more a chill spot than a store. The fashion brands represented include Balenciaga, The Row, Jil Sander, Christophe Lemaire, Proenza Schouler, Rosetta Getty, Issey Miyake, Junya Watanabe, Alex Eagle own brand and collaborations. The space also features a beauty offer with a Nail Studio and a Barber Shop. Very cool place!
Oranienstrasse 24, 10999 Berlin Kreuzberg
The Kreuzberg neighborhood is diverse and multicultural. You will find a lot of Cafés, Turkish markets and great shopping destinations. The most famous fashion spot in the area is Voo, a concept shop that exists since 5 year and that is beloved by Berliners. It is located in a quiet courtyard off Oranienstrasse. Voo offers cool sneakers, magazine, accessories and designer fashion brands like Kenzo, Carven, and Acne as well as Berlin brands like DSTM, Hien Le, and Gabriel Urist. Make sure to also drop by the coffee shop, Companion.
Torstrasse 72, 10119 Berlin Mitte
SOTO is a menswear store that opened its doors on Berlin’s Torstrasse in April 2010 and presents a mix of American, European and Asian designers, allowing you to dress up, dress down and pretty much get the best that is out there for any occasion. The smart mix of classic essentials, timeless fashion and the latest trends is what SOTO intends to offer to its wide range of clients and that is exactly how the store presents itself. Norse Projects, Our Legacy, nanamica are mixed with Han Kjobenhavn, Thom Browne, Acne and Kenzo Barbour, BLK DNM, Dries Van Noten, Aspesi and Baxter of California.
Potsdamer Strasse 81e, 10785 Berlin
Another concept store favorite among Berlin’s fashion crowd is Andreas Mukurdis. The store is located in Schöneberg. It will take a little trip if you are located in East Berlin, but it is definitely worth the ride. Inside the 10,000-square-foot, gallery-like space is a stylish mix of high-end designers such as Dries van Noten, Maison Margiela and Céline, hard-to-find beauty lines, artful home objects, and emerging brands.
SCHWARZHOGERZEIL & SCHWARZHOGERZEIL II
Torstraße 173, 10115 Berlin Mitte
This little boutique is located on Mitte’s famous Mulackstrasse and owned by Nicole Holgerzeil. Her mission: She wants to offer Parisian Elegance and Japanese extravangance for Berlins fashion crowd. Plus it is one of the only places in town that offers Isabel Marant. Dark walls, a hot-pink vinyl chaise lounge, and floor-to-ceiling mirrors lend a luxurious feel to the tiny shop. For a more casual experience, pop over next door to Schwarzhogerzeil II. It is the bigger sister shop and stocks pieces from youthful brands like Le Mont Saint-Michel and Ba&sh.
Kastanienallee 36A, 10435 Berlin Prenzlauerberg
The Temporary Showroom is not a temporary pop-up shop, its a permanent existing store – so don’t let the name fool you! It’s located on Prenzlauer Bergs Kastanienallee and was originally as a gallery space in 1999. Over the years Temporary Showroom has slowly evolved into a great retailer with an amazing assortment of clothing and accessories from German designers and international brands like Opening Ceremony, Y-3, MM6 and United Nude.
THE GOOD STORE
Pannierstraße 31, 12047 Berlin Neukölln
This cool vintage shop is located in Berlin’s newly hip Neukölln neighborhood. The Good Store isn’t just any secondhand boutique. You can find great vintage designer gems. Dresses from Jil Sander, sweaters from the ’70s mingle with suede Hermès heels. The shop has a bright, airy interior, punctuated with vases of giant tropical flowers and slick chrome racks.