Considered one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, Berlin attracts different types of people. Famous for its naughty and creative way, here there’s place for every taste, expected the well behaved. As a trend launcher – not only in the music and art industry, but also in lifestyle and fashion – it is big mode polo.
For those looking for a changed in wardrobe, here are some tips from Amstel House on where to go to buy what.
Kastanien Alle: the local style
The long charming street the starts in Prenzlauer Berg and ends in Rosenthaler Platz is full with bio stores, vegetarian restaurants and cute cafés. Its main thing is however the clothing stores of local designers spread all around. The corner is getting a bit expensive, but the shoes, jackets and clothes you find there you will probably not find somewhere else.
Mitte: the hipster corner.
Right at the cities heart in one of the oldest neighborhoods in town is the corner of the fashionists. Minimalistic co-workings spaces and designed offices are where they make their money; by the trendiest brands as well as many second hand and vintage stores of the area is where they spend it.
Mauer Park: old goodies
Every Sunday cities biggest flea market attracts a heterogeneous crowd looking for second hand products – and clothes – for a bargain price. A nice Sunday program that does not hurt the pocket.
Ku’Damm: the posh of west
Since its early years the Kurfurstendamm – dubbed by locals as Ku’Damm – is a fine place to shop. Prada, Chanel, Gucci are all there. The KaDeWe, one of the most famous luxury department stores in Germany, is also close by.
Bikini Berlin: Concept Mall
With a great architectural design this is a place is a compilation of carefully chosen boutiques, concept and flagship stores, focus on what they call trend and style-conscious international audience with high standards when it comes to quality and shopping experience.