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08-09-2007
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http://www.ulfhaines.com/

http://www.bestshop-berlin.de/

http://www.strangefruitberlin.com/info.html

http://www.apartmentberlin.de/2006/index.html

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24-10-2007
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Just back from Berlin, such an amazing city--I am dying to go back. Best shopping (and all around vibe frankly), was definitely in Mitte around a really tiny street called Mulackstrasse. Lots of great shops: Filippa K, Bless, this other little place called Shop..I dropped a ton of cash! There's a good round up of the area HERE.


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I have to second Mulackstrasse - theres a really great store that carries Isabella Marant and cacharel among other labels, an apc boutique and a sweet little knitwear store called Lola something 'Lola Berlin' maybe ?

Quartier what's it's number has a really amazing beauty department not to mention the rest of the store..

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im going to berlin at the end of january which lands when their fashion week commences, does anybody have any information on berlins fashion week and what i should expect?

im just glad ive got plenty of time before i go so i can make up my mind about where i want to visit ect

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Mulackstrasse and Alte Schönhauserstrasse are really great! I also liked Oderbergstrasse and Kastanienallee. Especially Freistil at Oderbergstrasse

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hi!

I'm going to Berlin at the beginning of February and am sooo excited! I havent been before, and only really know about that city what ive read on here. I was wondering if anyone could recommend any good markets/ flea markets for cheap treasures, or good cheap vintage stores?

could anyone recommend any clubs or bars aswell? like kind of cool, quirky/ indie places.

thank you so much

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I've only been to two markets in Berlin, I went to a turkish one with loads of cheap fabric (not something you'll be looking for to take back home), and a mixed market (eco food and clothing) at Kollwitz Platz (Prenzlauerberg).

Berlin is filled with bars and clubs.. My favorite one, Rio, is unfortunately closed (if anyone could recommend me a similar club for my next visit I'd be much obliged )

White Trash Fast Food is a bar/club institution, it's located on Schönhauser allee.. but there tends to be a lot of tourists there..

One place I wanted to go, but never got around to is the chocolate restaurant Fassbender & Rausch

Have fun, Berlin is an amazing town !

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thank you so much!

is that white trash place cool inside? what is it, like a bar/club thing?

also, why do u say the fabric is not the sort of thing you'd be looking to bring home? do you just mean its maybe impractical? i was quite excited about the textile market. do u recommend it?

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No problem

Is WTFF cool.. depends on your definition of cool..
Here's their homepage http://www.whitetrashfastfood.com/
Reviews here, here, here.. and there's lenty more where those reviews came from..

With regards to the textil market, yeah I was thinking it would be heavy and unpractical..
but if your interested it's located on Maybachufer and open Tue & Fri 12pm-6.30pm only.
The fabric is really cheap, and it's an entertaining place to spend an hour or two..

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I went to Garage and it wasn't chic or vintage or anything like that at all, it was just crap and it smellt lite ****.
Is Garage really that bad?

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Is Garage really that bad?
Would love to get that question answered. I wanted to check this store out when I'm in Berlin next week and want to know if it's worth a visit.

*edit* Does anybody know some good second-hand shops?

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No, I dont buy in second hands shops, hopefully someone else from Berlin will help ya out.

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Is Garage really that bad?
I can answer this now: it didn't smell bad and they had a few cool items (a navy jacket with gold buttons, unfortunately way too big and 4 or 5 bags).
But if you want to dig through the store you should take some time.

how did you like it Panda?

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I can answer this now: it didn't smell bad and they had a few cool items (a navy jacket with gold buttons, unfortunately way too big and 4 or 5 bags).
But if you want to dig through the store you should take some time.

how did you like it Panda?
of course I meant PetitPuppy

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of course I meant PetitPuppy
Haha, nevermind!
Unfortunately I wasn't there but I'm glad to hear it wasn't smelly! :p

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