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STREET ART MEETS FASHION: EXCLUSIVE STYLES FROM BERLIN-BASED ARTIST STOHEAD

STREET ART MEETS FASHION: EXCLUSIVE STYLES FROM BERLIN-BASED ARTIST STOHEAD

Fashion Week used to be an exclusive event for invited guests, but for 2020 it’s a good opportunity for all of us to bring a bit of glamour to this gray January. Best example: a flying visit to KaDeWe to check out an exclusive collection which earns the tag “Created in Berlin” twice over. Streetart creator Christoph Hässler aka Stohead has designed a collection for the Friedrichshain-based fashion label Liebeskind Berlin. Stohead is best known for his eye-catching typographic visuals, and it is precisely these textual forms that make the Liebeskind pieces into true statements, with the message “Move” emblazoned on tote bags, belt bags, straps and wallets. Ready to make the move? Don’t wait: the creations are available exclusively in Berlin for Fashion Week at stockists including KaDeWe and the Liebeskind Berlin Stores in Mitte, at the Alexa and the Mall of Berlin as well as online. (Text: Massimo Hartmann / Photos: Savannah van der Niet)

Liebeskind Pop-up at KaDeWe, Tauentzienstr.21–24, 10789 Berlin–Schöneberg; map
Mon–Thu 10–20h, Fri 10–21h, Sat 9h30–20h
Liebeskind Berlin Store, Neue Schönhauser Str. 8, 10178 Berlin–Mitte; map
Mon–Sat 11–20h
@liebeskind_berlin
@stohead
@kadeweofficial

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ORIGINAL UNVERPACKT: WASTE-FREE SHOPPING ARRIVES IN THE BERGMANNKIEZ

ORIGINAL UNVERPACKT: WASTE-FREE SHOPPING ARRIVES IN THE BERGMANNKIEZ

Already planning your New Year’s resolutions? How about more sustainability and less consumerism in your life? Packaging-free shop Original Unverpackt is your ticket. Since 2014, their original Wienerstrasse store has been boldly fighting shrink-wrapping and plastic bags, and is now joined by a lovely second store in the Bergmannkiez. Here, instead of individually wrapped items there are big, beautiful glass dispensers lined up along the walls inviting you to fill and refill, from nuts to herbs to natural soaps – everything you want in the exact quantity you need. After just a small handful of pumpkin seeds to garnish that Sunday dinner of yours? Not a problem! Thinking of making your own hazelnut paste? You’ve come to the right place. Founder Milena Glimbovski and her team are driven by a clear goal: to change not only individual consumer behaviour but to prompt a radical rethink of how the retail industry works. So grab your empty jam jars and jute bags and head to Großbeerenstraße to clear your conscience. (Text: Hanna Komornitzyk / Photos: Laura Hoffmann & Original Unverpackt)

Original Unverpackt
Großbeerenstr.27a, 10965 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Mon–Sat 11–19h
Wiener Str.16, 10999 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Mon–Sat 11–20h
@originalunverpackt

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SOURDOUGH FOR THE SOUL — SLOW BREADS FROM DOMBERGER BROT-WERK

SOURDOUGH FOR THE SOUL — SLOW BREADS FROM DOMBERGER BROT-WERK

Florian Domberger loves his bread so much he eats it every day. In 2016 the Augsburger native decided to turn this passion into his profession and, along with his wife Vanessa and master baker Ralf Tschentscher, he founded Domberger Brot-Werk in Moabit. What is special here is the simplicity of the ingredients used and the focus on skilful craftsmanship. The five breads they make – including French loaves, rye breads and wholesome rolls – are sourdough-based and made with minimal yeast. Making such delicious bread with only three types of flour and basic ingredients is no small challenge, and to pass on this fine art, every new bit of bread-making knowledge is shared amongst the whole team. Florian’s enthusiasm extends to another favorite: the Dampfnudeln yeast dumplings that are slowly steamed and fried in a bath of milk, honey, butter, and a pinch of salt and sugar, resulting in a caramelised, crusty delicacy. A wonder to smell and taste. (Text: Hanna Komornitzyk / Photos: Sophie Döring)

Domberger Brot-Werk, Essener Str.11, 10555 Berlin–Moabit; map
Mon 15–18h30, Tue–Thu 8–18h30, Fri 8–18h, Sat 8–13h
@brotwerk

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KURATIERT — THE GALLERY AND SHOP FOR LITTLE GEMS

KURATIERT — THE GALLERY AND SHOP FOR LITTLE GEMS

Are you urgently on the lookout for presents for that special someone? Time to head to Kuratiert, where surprising discoveries and unusual handmade pieces abound. In every nook and cranny of Ellie Davey’s curated space lie perfect Christmas treasures. Since 2018 Kuratiert has been offering a wide, ever-changing range of hand-selected products such as ceramics, candles, textiles and calendars from both up-and-coming and established artists from all over the world. Highlights include Anna BeamPiera Bochner and Daniel Ramirez Perez as well as the prints and illustrations by Lily Blakely and Laura Junger, to name just a few. In addition to the shop, Kuratiert also hosts exciting exhibitions, workshops and events (such as yoga classes!). At this time of year Kuratiert offers a welcome dose of color and brightness that you can take back home with you for your loved ones. And for those who don’t live in Berlin: Kuratiert can be found online too. (Text: Lisa Strube, Photos: Sophie Döring)

Kuratiert, Reichenberger Str.84, 10999 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Tue–Fri 12–19h, Sat 11–18h
@kuratiert

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ALLBIRDS: SIMPLE, SUSTAINABLE AND SERIOUSLY COMFORTABLE

ALLBIRDS: SIMPLE, SUSTAINABLE AND SERIOUSLY COMFORTABLE

Sustainable shopping is more than a buzzword and for 2020 it’s time to get serious about where your coin goes. Enter AllBirds, the sleek, sustainable shoe label from San Francisco who recently opened their first German store in Mitte. Bright and minimal, the shop has chairs customised by local collective Old Yellow, and fun Berlin-inspired laces in shades like “currywurst red”, which are free to take home. The environment is central to AllBirds – from the premium natural materials down to the recycled shoe boxes that line the till area. The shoes are made from sustainably-sourced Merino wool, eucalyptus, castor beans and recycled plastic, and other brands are encouraged to adopt the Sweetfoam open-source technology in their carbon negative sole material. All this without sacrificing on style or comfort – speaking of which, see for yourself if you agree with Time magazine that they’re the “world’s most comfortable shoe”. They’re washable, super soft, and since wool is antibacterial and moisture wicking, you can wear them without socks. Sustainability, one step at a time. (Text: Emily Miotke / Photos: AllBirds)

AllBirds, Alte Schönhauser Str.28, 10119 Berlin–Mitte; map
Mon–Sat 11–20h
@allbirds

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