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ANATOMIE FLEUR POP-UP: FLOWERS AS WORKS OF ART, NOW AT VOO STORE

ANATOMIE FLEUR POP-UP: FLOWERS AS WORKS OF ART, NOW AT VOO STORE

We’ve been big fans of floral artists Anatomie Fleurfor a while now – their arrangements never fail to surprise and impress. Now you can pick up their bunches in Kreuzberg at a new pop-up shop at Voo Store, letting you complement your fashion and design finds with individual flowers and bouquets in bright colors. Just let the florists advise you instore before getting a made-to-measure bouquet that’s perfect for your kitchen or living room. Inspired by baroque aesthetics, florist founders Amandine Cheveau and Jean-Christian Pullin create bouquets that almost seem like works of art, using rare varieties and wild flowers in unusual colors that give their arrangements an unmistakable, surreal aesthetic. With new looks and now fresh blooms, Voo is our one-stop shop this summer. (Text & Photos: Ramona Razaghmanesh)

Anatomie Fleur x Voo Store, Oranienstr.24, 10999 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Every Saturday 11–20h throughout Summer 2020.
@anatomiefleur
@voostore

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DON ARETINO POP-UP: ONE-OFF GARMENTS AND HEAD-TURNING ACCESSORIES

DON ARETINO POP-UP: ONE-OFF GARMENTS AND HEAD-TURNING ACCESSORIES

Indonesian-born, Berlin-based designer Don Aretino does fashion differently. His locally-made garments are creative and experimental, each telling a story – about same-sex desire, religion and social constructs. And because stories are best told in person, Don is now bringing together a men’s/unisex collection for his first ever pop-up, running throughout August at Schöneberg gallery and showroom The Ballery. Available to browse and buy are small runs of ready-to-wear garments including tops, bottoms and accessories such as handbags, masks and hats. The pieces are made from fabrics sourced in the city and each is bold and unique, revealing Don’s background as a costume and set designer. If you are after original looks that turn heads and challenge the norm with their stylistic twists, you will find just what you are looking for here. Take a look at the Don Aretino Instagram for the latest styles. (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Ryan Tandya & Tomas Eyzaguirre)

Don Aretino pop-up at The Ballery, Nollendorfstr.11–12 10777 Berlin–Schöneberg; map
01.08.2020–31.08.2020, Sat & Sun 13–17h & by appointment.
Opening night 01.08.2020, 17–19
@don_aretino
@the_ballery

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MALMÖER STUDIOS: PRE-OWNED AND ARCHIVAL DESIGNER WEAR

MALMÖER STUDIOS: PRE-OWNED AND ARCHIVAL DESIGNER WEAR

Israeli-born John Yonatan Jacoby curates luxury vintage wear. After studying fashion and working in interior design and art direction, John knew he wanted to harness these passions into a project of his own. The result, Malmöer Studios, opened in January 2018. Given the surplus of existing clothing in the world, the shop’s vision is curation rather than creation. With pieces hand-picked from across Europe, Malmöer’s collection comprises pre-owned and archival designer wear for all genders. Brands include Prada, Comme Des Garçons, Fendi and Céline and collections are season-based, with new pieces added fortnightly – photographed in John’s Neukölln apartment, an autumnal-toned haven as considered as his collections. By seeking these pieces out second hand, Malmöer distills the quality of high fashion into a more sustainable vision for the industry. You can browse the clothes online or by arranging a visit to his Neukölln studio. (Text: Scarlett Peeters / Photos: Savannah van der Niet & Malmöer Studios)

Malmöer Studios
Shop online or request an appointment
@malmoerstudios

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MARKTKOST: THE SEASONAL, REGIONAL TEAM LUNCH DELIVERED RIGHT TO YOUR OFFICE

MARKTKOST: THE SEASONAL, REGIONAL TEAM LUNCH DELIVERED RIGHT TO YOUR OFFICE

Awaiting you at Leseglück, the bright and cozy bookshop on Kreuzberg’s Ohlauer Straße, is the friendly smile of co-owner Eleni Efthimiou and the rich, tempting smell of coffee. The shop’s name translates as “joy in reading”, perfectly capturing its atmosphere, with space for browsing and reading and helpful advice on hand so you can find a book for every occasion. Eleni’s dream of having her own bookshop was realized in 2007 when she met co-founder Susan Pfannstiel by chance. When they first opened the shop their focus was on contemporary fiction and German and English novels, but as the neighborhood became more family orientated, demand for children’s and young people’s literature grew. In addition to keeping young readers supplied, Eleni has been holding regular readings and literary events including at Festsaal Kreuzberg (hosting the likes of entertainer Rocko Schamoni) and Fahimi Bar at Kotti (with Thorsten Nagelschmidt’s “Nagel mit Köpfen”). Most recently she has been offering her book recommendations over the airwaves on Radioeins. (Text: Nike Wilhelms / Photos: Savannah van der Niet)

Leseglück, Ohlauer Str.37, 10999 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Mon–Sat 10–18h
@buchhandlung_leseglück

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HIGH-SPEC SPORT BIKES AND CYCLING GEAR AT THE STANDERT PERFORMANCE STORE

HIGH-SPEC SPORT BIKES AND CYCLING GEAR AT THE STANDERT PERFORMANCE STORE

Cycling has become Berlin’s new favorite hobby and if you are looking for a flash set of wheels to practice on, let us point you in the direction of Friedrichstraße and our friends at Standert. We’ve been fans of these cycling pros since they opened in 2012, and their new Hidden Fortress-designed Performance Store for high-end bikes is just the thing for those looking to up their cycling game. Hanging dramatically from the store’s 4m-high exposed concrete walls is the full range of handcrafted sports models designed by founder Max von Senger. His colleagues (many of them team cyclists) will gladly advise on the perfect fit for you, though the most tempting is bound to be the Kreissäge RS, Standert’s latest road bike that is specced for even the most demanding of riders. Once you’ve chosen, browse the matching accessories and attire from the instore range before sitting down with a coffee or a beer to plan your next two-wheeled tour. (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Savannah van der Niet, Marko Zido)

Standert Performance Store, Friedrichstr.23a, 10969 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Mon–Fri 12–18h
@standertbicycles

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