Berlin Street Style: A Guide to Urban Chic
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In Berlin Street Style, noted design expert Angelika Taschen defines the unique fashion sense of this hip city. The book showcases the popular "anti-chic" look seen throughout Berlin, offering advice on how to create a simple, casual, and appealingly disheveled appearance with vintage pieces, essential basics, and carefully selected accessories. For travelers to Berlin, the book recommends the city's top destinations for fashion, beauty, design, and culture. With street-style photography and hand-drawn illustrations, this accessible style guide explores how Berlin women dress and where they find their fashion inspiration, highlighting trendsetting blogs and local labels.
labels and a pleasant shopping atmosphere combine with an excellent café that serves delightful tea by Mariage Frères. There are select products in the cosmetics department (Erno Laszlo, By Terry, La Mer, Philip B, Saint Barth) and fragrances such as the perfumes by Frédéric Malle; try and see which one suits you best. In the small but very fine flower shop, there are lovely bouquets and decorative articles. In the juniors department, one can find known labels such as A.L.C., Rika, Isabel Marant,
This is particularly true for accessories. A Louis Vuitton bag need not be brand-new, for heaven’s sake; boots can also appear as though they have just been danced in for a few days at a festival. * The favorite hairstyle of the Berlin woman: the bun, also called the chignon. The key to this look is unwashed hair; otherwise the hairstyle will not hold. Gather the hair up from the back, twist it around, and fix it in place with a clip or transparent Blax hair elastic. It must be a little wispy.
Beautiful Browsing The Berlin woman reads in a café, on the streetcar, in the park, in the bathtub, and with Sunday breakfast. Books and magazines are like food! Do you read me?! MITTE Auguststrasse 28 U-Station: Rosenthaler Strasse Reading Room and Shop: TIERGARTEN Potsdamer Strasse 98 U-Station: Kurfürstenstrasse doyoureadme.de A select assortment of magazines and books from all over the world—a simply unbeatable international selection. Motto Berlin KREUZBERG Skalitzer
most important German food blogger and cookbook author—she writes her text in English, which also makes her internationally successful. * photisserie.blogspot.com Every blog entry by Kathrin Koschitzki is a small poem, not only through the recipe, but also the execution. A fine example of how professional bloggers work these days! Classics Grosz CHARLOTTENBURG Kurfürstendamm 193-194 U-Station: Uhlandstrasse S-Station: Savignyplatz grosz-berlin.de Good to know This place is
perhaps new projects can be undertaken together in the future. In any case, you’ll have a coffee together very soon! Dress code? An art opening is a classic after-work event. The Berlin woman has a pair of stylish shoes for such an event lying under her desk or, as I do, in the trunk of her car. A well-cut woolen blazer and a striped pullover paired with jeans will suit the occasion perfectly. Add a red scarf and a small shoulder bag—large handbags are out of place at such events since