Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Berlin

Sabrina Dehoff
Jewellery made to stun, Sabrina’s Dehoff’s classic collections are full of personality.
P&T Boutique
Tea becomes unbelievably hip at a boutique aimed at teaching Berliners about the finer points of tea...
Mykita
Designer glasses and sunglasses worn by celebrities and Berlin's fashion elite
Marga Schoeller Bücherstube
Bookworms rejoice! Berlin is home to some wonderful bookstores, and we can't wait to bury our head between some musty-smelling pages in the city that loves to read between the lines.
Mane Lange Korsetts
There a few things sexier than a snug corset and at Mane Lange Korsetts you can get one tailor made for your body. Book ahead.
Kunst-Schule
Glorious designer homeware.
Kochlust
Want to learn how to whip up a feast of food from all over the world? Then Kochlust is the place to go with cookbooks from every corner of the globe sold within. There is even a kitchen to practice in...
Kaufhaus des Westens
A spectacle of a department store analogous to Harrod's in its finery. A different class of shopping.
Kakao
Hut Up
Bags, jewellery and elegant dresses, all lovingly hand made from felt. 
Holly
Fair trade, simple designer clothing housed in a 1950s inspired boutique. 
Flea Markets
Berlin is famous for its well-stocked flea markets which sell anything from vintage clothing and retro furnishings to old audio equipment and antique jewellery. Snap up a bargain!
Fingers
Aside from the various flea markets where bargain hunters can pick up vintage clothing and antique jewellery, there are a few dedicated shops in Mitte and Schöneberg selling all sort of knick-knacks.
Dussmann
Dussmann offers an extensive product range that is unique in Germany: books, DVDs, pop and jazz CDs and the largest classical department in the world.
Dopo Domani
Clean, modern interior design that is classic and sophisticated, a visit to Dopo Domani is worth it if even just to admire the work that goes in to creating their famous showrooms. 
Deco Arts
Unique antiques and collectables with European origins, you could find a one of a kind piece of history in Deco Arts. 
Claudia Skoda
High End knitwear from a celebrated German Designer. 
Cara Tonga
Where horticulture becomes an art form, the fantastic flower arrangements are favoured by a design crowd.
Bürgelhaus
Bless
Fashion meets art with contemporary designs that are pushing fashion boundaries. 
Berliner Teesalon
If there is one thing the British thought they could do better than the Germans, it was tea, but this little shop doesn't care for that, offering a fantastic selection of teas.
Bazar Noir
Concept store Bazar Noir is the go-to spot for rare and hard to find pieces, from tables to light fixtures.
Absinth Depot
Even the joys of wine and champagne can grow dull for the true pleasure-seeker, so in order to keep things fresh and exciting why not bring home a bottle or two of absinthe?
1001 & 1 Seife
Everyone likes to smell nice and there are a thousand and one different flavours and scents to treat yourself to in this pungent store.

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