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WITH LOVE FROM ATHENS — THE LITTLE GREEK POP UP STORE

WITH LOVE FROM ATHENS — THE LITTLE GREEK POP UP STORE

Blue is a characteristically Greek shade – anyone who has visited the Mediterranean nation knows the unique aquamarine blue of the sea. And without Greek mountain tea, my beloved leather sandals from Athens, and my sun cream from beauty brand Korres, my days would only be half as wonderful. Well, luckily the Greek Curated Pop Up now offers various fashion and accessory labels all from the Land of Hellas for you to browse. Greek Dimitra Zavakou has brought Greek brands to Berlin, such as Waikiki Andros, or Salty Bags. Furthermore, at the opening (27.6.2016) there will be Greek Tapas and aperitifs. Cheers, or simply: Στην υγειά μας! (Text: Milena Kalojanov)

Curated Pop Up, Auguststr.91 (in the back courtyard), 10117 Berlin-Mitte; map
27.6–5.7.2016, 12-19h

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JULIA KNOLLE RECOMMENDS: PANAMA

JULIA KNOLLE RECOMMENDS: PANAMA

It was only a matter of time before Potsdamerstrasse got its own restaurant: in addition to the Andreas Murkudis concept store, the Swedish brand Acne Studios and a handful of galleries, Panama restaurant and bar is now also open. Before the historical scandal of the Panama Papers, the children’s book “The Trip to Panama” filled young minds with images of a beautiful and distant land. This symbiosis of the exotic and tradition is exactly what attracted Ludwig Cramer-Klett to the concept, and why his 3rd restaurant (after Katz Orange in Mitte and Candy on Bone in Kreuzberg) takes its name. The whimsical menu reads like a journey to another world: divided into “Leaves & Flowers” and “Grains & Vegetables”, each dish is a tiny miracle prepared under the direction of Sophia Rudolph. My favorite: the venison tartare with shiitake mushrooms, currants and nigella seeds, filled with roasted eggplant cream, goats cheese and watermelon. For the perfect end to the evening, move on to the bar for a Basil Smash, with basil and a marvellous touch of ginger. (Text: Julia Knolle / Photos: (top, right) Philipp Langenheim & Corina Schadendorf, (bottom left) Anna Küfner)

Panama Restaurant & Bar, Potsdamerstr.91, 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten; map
Tue-Sat from 17h

Julia Knolle is the Editorial Director of the online magazine hey-woman.com. Before this, she worked at German Vogue and has lived in Berlin-Mitte since 2008.

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DAY OF ARCHITECTURE: BEHIND THE SCENES OF BUILDINGS

DAY OF ARCHITECTURE: BEHIND THE SCENES OF BUILDINGS

“Architecture for all!” is this year’s theme for the Tag der Architektur (Day of Architecture). On the last weekend of June, leading architects and landscape architects with exciting new projects such as private homes, public buildings and parks will open their offices to the public and answer questions. Many of the projects are otherwise inaccessible, but on the Tag der Architektur, whoever wants to have a peek can get an idea of the current architectural scene in Berlin by attending a series of guided tours, lectures, exhibitions and office parties. We’ve already chosen our favorites: we’ll take a look at the Plattenpllast by Carsten Wiewiorra, let the specialists of Zanderrotharchitekten lead us through one of the first and largest building assemblies of Berlin’s Big Yard, and enjoy the view of the new Paragon Apartments by Graft. We’ll wind down the evening with a cool drink with our friends and neighbors at the Kinzo offices, and can’t wait to explore everything! You can find the whole program here, where there is a lot more to discover. (Text: Milena Kalojanov / Photos: (top, left) Simon Menges, (bottom) Graft Gmbh)

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SCANDINAVIAN TRENDS: NORDIC FASHION HUB IN BIKINI BERLINSCANDINAVIAN TRENDS: NORDIC FASHION HUB IN BIKINI BERLIN

SCANDINAVIAN TRENDS: NORDIC FASHION HUB IN BIKINI BERLINSCANDINAVIAN TRENDS: NORDIC FASHION HUB IN BIKINI BERLIN

Anyone who’s been to Stockholm or Copenhagen knows that the Nordic nations are the home of trendiness. No wonder, then, that Fashion Week Berlin next week will direct its gaze northwards: 15 designers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden will present their designs as part of a temporary exhibition at the Nordic Fashion Hub at Bikini Berlin, showing current collections and contemporary trends. Fashion houses such as J.Lindeberg or Vagabond will show the traditionally minimalist designs the region is famed for, while designers such as the Finnish Liisa Risky have a surprisingly feminine and colorful take. The Norwegian label byTiMo is timelessly romantic and Icelander Heidrun Osk Sigfusdottir’s label Dimmblá is classically elegant. At Tuesday’s launch (28.6.2016), you will have the opportunity to meet the designers in person and chat over cocktails while celebrating the opening of Fashion Week. (Text: Stephanie Johne)

Bikini Berlin, Budapester Str.38-50, 10787 Berlin-Charlottenburg; map
Opening: 28.6.2016 from 19h; Facebook event
Exhibition: 28.6-2.7.2017, 10-20h

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WATCH THE VIDEO OF SEEK MAGAZINE NO.4′S RELEASE EVENT

WATCH THE VIDEO OF SEEK MAGAZINE NO.4′S RELEASE EVENT

Last Friday, we debuted the most recent edition of Seek Magazine – the magazine we compile for the eponymous fashion trade show (Seek). Issue no.4 is dedicated to the idyllic idea of a “Permanent Vacation”. To celebrate the launch we set up camp in Volume Gallery, decked out the place with rubber rings, beach balls and dreamy holiday pictures and celebrated the start of the weekend with drinks from Campari, Astra and Carlsberg. Seek Magazine is now ready to be distributed in places such as Hallesches Haus, Concierge Coffee and Do You Read Me?! store along with many more – simply pick up your copy and take a break. Or check out the video and the photos from the event on our Facebook. (Text: Antonia Harris / Video: Ali Naddafi / Photos: Renato Silva)

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