Guide: How to Shop Berlin Designers / 2013

Shopping Berlin based designers in Berlin isn’t as easy as it should be – most of them make a living thanks to their sales in Asia, others just don’t make enough sales at all. This is why I made that guide – fashion design needs to be bought to be worn and thus supported. It’s over a year since I first published the first edition of “How to shop Berlin designers in Berlin” guide and naturally, quite a lot of things have changed. Some stores closed or changed their concept, others opened or have taken over new designers and so I updated the guide with all the new information that was available to me.
In case you’re missing something in this list, don’t hesitate and leave a comment below.
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Multi-label stores

Konk is by far the store with the biggest offer of Berlin-based designers, and we highly recommend it if you’re interested in Berlin’s fashion design scene. Here’s a list of the available labels: Anntian, Boessert/Schorn, Casimier, C.Neeon, Isabell de Hillerin, Kiesel, Komment, Mikenke, Penelope´s Sphere, Raphael Hauber, Rita in Palma, Rob_ert, Thone Negrón and Tiedeken.

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Kleine Hamburger Straße 15, 10117 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Fri, 12:00–20:00; , Sat 12:00–19:00

Though located rather far off the ordinary tracks at Gleisdreieck, F95 is definitely worth the travel for stocking the following labels: Augustin Teboul, Issever Bahri, Isabell de Hillerin, Lala Berlin and Mongrels in Common.

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Luckenwalder Straße 4-6, 10963 Berlin Kreuzberg – visit website
Mon–Fri 11–20h, , Sat 11–18h

Temporary Showroom is much more permanent than you might think hearing the name and with the all new and beautiful interior shopping is. Besides stocking Scandinavian labels like Vibskov or Stine Goya, you‘ll also find Augustin Teboul, Boessert/Schorn, Issever Bahri, Komment and Reality Studio and menswear labels A.D.Deertz and Raphael Hauber here.

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Kastanienallee 36A, 10435 Berlin Prenzlauer Berg – visit website
Mon–Sat 11:00–19:00h

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In a great minimal interior with a beautiful backyard right on Mulackstraße, you can shop Hien Le, Isabell de Hillerin, Reality Studio and Vladimir Karaleev in the middle of Berlin Mitte’s shopping district around Münzstraße.

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Mulackstraße 12, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Fri 12:00–20:00 , Sat 11:00–20:00

A small and pretty store conveniently located on Alte Schönhauser Straße offering Karlotta Wilde, Issever Bahri and Malaika Raiss.

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Alte Schönhauser Strasse 32c, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 12–20h

(c) Departmentstore
(c) Departmentstore

The beautifully designed Quartier 206 houses the Departmentstore, which you‘ll find by entering their beauty department and then heading up the stairs to a full floor filled with international high-fashion labels as well as the Berlin based designers Achtland, Dawid Tomaszewski, Hien Le, Michael Sontag and Sissi Goetze.

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Friedrichstraße 71, 10117 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Fri 11–20h, , Sat 10–18h

We told you about Voo so many times but of course it has to be in this list, since they‘re stocking selections of Hien Le, Reality Studio, Nhu Duong and Doi Moi.

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Oranienstraße 24, 10999 Berlin Kreuzberg – visit website
Mon–Sat 10:00–20:00

Ulf Haines’ concept store is the only possibility to shop Perret Schaad in Berlin, and is therefore not to be missed!

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Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 24-26, 10178 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Fri 12:00–20:00 , Sat 12:00–19:00

If you’re looking for colorful, avant-garde clothing that might seem to be hard to wear (on the first sight), this will be your store. Open since the end of last year, it reminds me a lot of what was going on in Berlin in 2007, which is entirely a good thing. At Uni+Form they’re selling the bright Berlin labels Tata Christiane, Aurelia Paumelle and Maiami.

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Linienstraße 77, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Tue–Sat 12:00–20:00

Flagship stores from A to Z

A very fine line of menswear, find out more about it in our article.

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Torstrasse 106, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 12:00–20:00

Known for its seductive and elegant silk and leather designs, Canadian Jen Gilpin keeps black at the core of her collections. Be prepared for a sensual shopping experience in their beautiful space with heavy wooden furniture and brass elements.

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Torstraße 161, 10115 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 13:00-20:00

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Best known for their bridal wear and characteristic bags, the store offers the full collection of the notorious label – don’t miss their vintage store, selling show-pieces and designs from previous seasons at Brunnenstraße.

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Linienstraße 44, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 12:00–19:00

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Brunnenstraße 6, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Thu–Sat 12:00–19:00

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One of the most prestigious brands in Mitte, Lala Berlin’s signature piece is still the huge scarf with catchy prints, of which you will find a big selection in their own store, as well as their current collection.

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Alte Schönhauser Straße 3, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 11:00–19:00

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Lunettes is a fabulous vintage glasses store, that is actually so fabulously successful, they now have their own line.

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Torstraße 172, 10115 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat: 12:00–20:00 ,

Ladylike clothing inspired by menswear, in classical shapes yet modern patterns and beautiful materials.

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Tiekstraße 29, 10115 Berlin Mitte – visit website
By appointment

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A Berlin eyewear manufacturer that was founded in 2003 that has since risen to stardom with their unique hand-made designs.

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Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 6, 10178 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 11:00–19:00

Loud prints and easy cuts, playful patterns and witty details by designer duo Silvia Salvador and Nando Cornejo.

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Rosenthaler Straße 66, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 12:00–20:00

The creations of this picture-shy hatter are a staple in Berlin, her elaborate designs and vibrant colors will give you a signature look no matter what else you wear.

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Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 28, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 12:00–19:00

A favorite when it comes to jewelry from Berlin, Sabrina Dehoff’s store is a must-see, if you‘d ask us. Sabrina Dehoff is also available at Schwarzhogerzeil.

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Auguststraße 261, 10117 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 12:00–19:00

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Well, say hello to glitter! Starstyling started with styling stars and is now making fun and shiny clothing, that is very Berlin in its easiness for all of us. The interior of the store at Mulackstraße alone is worth a visit.

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Mulackstraße 4, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Sat 12:00–19:00


Ettina Berrios-Negrón’s elegant and grown-up designs are presented in a wonderful bottle-green shop on pretty Schröderstraße in Mitte.

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Linienstraße 71, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Fri 12:00–19:00, , Tue closed , Sat 12:00–18:00 ,

Fabricating extremely high-quality basics for a decent price, this label often stays under the radar of Berlin’s fashion excitement. Nevertheless we highly recommend visiting the small store at Auguststraße.

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Auguststraße 41, 10119 Berlin Mitte – visit website
Mon–Fri 11:00–19:00 , Sat 11:00–18:00


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  1. Judith on


    A few that come to mind straight away: Esther Perbandt’s shop on Almstadtstrasse, Franzius shop somewhere close to Naturkundemusium U-Bahn, Adrett on Weinbergsweg selling a number of Berlin-based labels such as SoPopular, Franzius, Patrick Mohr etc., Amorph in Charlottenburg selling e.g. Maiami and Lala Berlin and what about Lunettes?

  2. chris on


    Anyonion in der Bürknerstraße in Kreuzberg! Ist eine kleine Strickwerkstatt, quasi ne One-Woman-Show, die Besitzerin produziert hinten im Laden alles selbst auf ner riesigen Strickmaschine. Denke solche kleinen Geschäfte gibt es einige in Berlin, so eine Liste wäre auch mal interessant, nicht nur die großen üblichen Verdächtigen…

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