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Tour Berliner Designer

The Berlin design scene is on the rise and is enjoying more and more popularity and also international recognition. Some of the most famous and successful of them have settled in the middle around the Hackescher Markt. Embark on a journey through the creative world of fashion from Berlin. Since Berlin has so many interesting designers to offer, myStyleSpotHunter you an exciting tour has assembled.
MAYER. Peace Collection MAYER. Peace Collection represents the fusion of fashion, charity and the transformation of recycled material. Every garment is hand-made out of recycled textiles.

Große Hamburger Str.1, 10115 Berlin
lala Berlin The lala Berlin flagship store is located in Alte Schönhauser Straße in Berlin-Mitte and carries the label's entire ready-to-wear collection as well as scarves, cubes and accessories.

Alte Schönhauser Str. 3, 10119 Berlin
UMASAN UMASAN combines Japanese cut art with high quality healthy, vegan materials. Ecological and human production as well as natural and sustainable resource use are therefore brought an elegant, timeless design language, which refers to the anatomy and kinesiology of the people, in accordance

Friedrichstr. 67-70 / The Q205, 10117 Berlin
Claudia Skoda Claudia Skoda is one of the most famous designers in Berlin and well known for her knit wear. She stands for experience, elegance, femininity and fine, modern, hand-manufactured knit wear. Her unique designs have been well known for the last 30 years. Her fashion shows in Berlin, New York and London were legendary.

Mulackstr. 8, 10119 Berlin
Esther Perbandt Ester Perbandt’s shop is situated in a street off the coveted and much-frequented Münzstraße in Berlin Mitte. Like in Stein- and Mulackstraße you find here as well some Berlin fashion labels having their shops and studios here.

Almstadtstr. 3, 10119 Berlin
Trippen Flagship Store Trippen shoes not only meet highest aesthetic requirements, but also combine these with environmental friendliness, sustainability and social responsibility.

Rosenthaler Str. 40-41, 10178 Berlin
Kilian Kerner Flagship Store 7 years after the label KILIAN KERNER was founded, the first flagship store opened in August 2011 in Hackesche Höfe in Berlin. They present the marks “Kilian Kerner” and “Kilian Kerner Senses” - two collections playing with simple elegance, for men and women

Rosenthaler Str. 40/41, 10178 Berlin
TingDing Atelier TingDing Atelier is the place where the labels TingDing and Kollateralschaden produce and sell their individuel fashion. TingDing is an upcycling label by Philippe Werhahn which turns old clothes into new unique garments.

Bürknerstr. 11, 12047 Berlin
M75 M-75 is a shop and atelier with integrated sewing- and screen printing studio in an open and personable atmosphere – created by the designers Anna Cafetzakis und Katrin Baumert. Personal advice is possible at the store.

Mehringdamm 75, 10965 Berlin

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