Archive: 2012

Best of: The most read articles of 2012

2012 has been a great year for stilinberlin, at least in my perspective. There were dozens of food and shop recommendations, some guides and interviews with my favorit people of Berlin, there was a stilinberlin shop and there was (and still is) a lipstick with uslu airlines. There was quite some travel, some covered on the blog, some done for Vogue Germany, for whom I’ve been honored to photograph the whole year around. With over 200 published articles, I thought a quick look on what’s been the most read might make sense. And the best thing is – I researched this year’s recap in the all shiny and new layout, that will hopefully launch soon. Yes, you read it right, there will be a new layout after almost seven years on the same simple and now almost retro look. Until all changes have been made, you’ll have to enjoy the top 10 list on the old blog, but I guarantee you that we’re working hard on it…

Guten Rutsch! And Happy New Year!

Shop in Berlin: Civilist

Street wear and all its appendices is big in Berlin and there are several stores catering to the needs of those who only want to shop highly limited sneakers. Civilist is one of the more laid-back – it’s been created by the makers of Lodown Magazine and thus has a focus on skate culture.

At Home: Vladimir Karaleev

I must admit, there have been way too few people on this blog, that once started out with only people. But my travels, the store and many other exciting new things have kept me from taking portraits, somehow. This shall have an end now! And how better to restart than with an at home portrait I wanted to take for so long!

Shop in Berlin: International Wardrobe

While Berlin might have some work to do in terms of highly specialized and high quality food stores, the fashion landscape is already way ahead. And that this is still possible in Mitte, the district with the ridiculous new architecture, urban development plans and the rise in rents resulting from this, proofs this small new store called International Wardrobe in Almstadtstraße.