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Boutiques in Germany

Andreas Murkudis

Berlin, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Jil Sander, Kostas Murkudis, Isaac Reina, Nymphenburg Porzellan, Maison Martin Margiela, Felisi, Aspesi, Kolor, Marni, Marsell, Yamamoto, Lutz Huelle

About the store:

In Andreas Murkudis’s spacious Berlin boutique, a lucid atmosphere offers the perfect backdrop to a personal and exclusive selection of products, from fashion to fine glassware. The boutique never fails to surprise with its unusual mix and presentation, earning a place as a Farfetch 2013 SUPERSTORE nominee.

Anita Hass

Hamburg, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Acne, Alexander Wang, Chloé, Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Isabel Marant, Kenzo, Lanvin, Marc by Marc Jacobs, MSGM, Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney, Victoria Beckham

About the store:

This established concept shop takes up three floors and several storefronts and offers an eclectic mix of contemporary high-end fashion from German designers and international brands, womenswear and shoes to sunglasses, handbags and iPhone covers.

Apropos The Concept Store

Cologne, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Chloé, Jimmy Choo, Stella McCartney, Missoni, The Row, Jason Wu, Altuzarra, Haider Ackermann

About the store:

With their uniquely creative interiors and exclusive designer offerings, the Apropos stores in Cologne, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Munich are the manifestation of a visionary fashion and lifestyle concept conceived by the business partners Klaus Ritzenhöfer and Daniel Riedo.

Atelier

Koeln, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Acne, Rick Owens DRKSHDW, Damir Doma Silent, A.P.C., Aesop, MM6, The Last Conspiracy, Avelon, Comme des garcons perfumes, Uniforms for the dedicated, V Ave Shoe Repair, Mad et Len, Henrik Vibskov

About the store:

Located on a small side street close to the bustling shopping promenades of Neumarkt and Ehrenstraße, Atelier Cologne showcases a meticulously curated selection of clothing, fragrance and print. Constantly on the look out for “what makes life beautiful”, their innovative combination of established labels along with the lesser well known provides the perfect assortment for even the most discerning of aesthetes.

August Pfueller

Frankfurt, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Chloé, Saint Laurent Paris, Balenciaga, Valentino, Alexander Wang, Stella McCartney, Moncler, 11 By Boris Bidjan Saberi, Thom Krom

About the store:

Opened by Louise Pfueller who named the store after her grandson, August Pfueller has been a Frankfurt shopping mainstay for over 135 years. Originally opened as a swimwear and knitted materials shop, it now stocks a plethora of luxury brands that are housed in a contemporary and bright space, amongst the opulence of the famous Goethestraße.

Benesch

Augsburg, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Dolce & Gabbana, Kenzo, MSGM, Victoria Victoria Beckham, DSQUARED2, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Moncler, Current Elliott, J Brand, Marni, Mary Katranzou, McQ by Alexander McQueen, Alexander Wang, Victoria Beckham Denim

About the store:

The four Benesch boutiques offer a uniquely international roster of luxury labels. Rosemarie Benesch, the founder, is passionate and uncompromising in her approach to buying, selecting only the most relevant, high-quality pieces. An in-house tailoring service completes the Benesch experience.

Biedermann En Vogue

Lindau, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Dolce & Gabbana, Jil Sander, Lanvin, Alberta Feretti, Etro, Chloé, Jimmy Choo, Aida Barni, Fay

About the store:

For over 40 years, tourists and local fashion-lovers alike have been drawn to Biedermann en Vogue, the boutique founded by Wolfgang Biedermann in the historic heart of Lindau Island. Housed in a medieval building, the idyllic south German location surrounded by Lake Constance is the perfect atmospheric backdrop for the stylish offer that was later on expanded with on-trend womenswear by Wolfgang’s wife Marit Anita.

Bungalow-Gallery

Stuttgart, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent, Maison Martin Margiela, Lanvin, Alexander Wang, Acne, Helmut Lang, Dolce & Gabbana, Lacoste Live, The White Briefs, Moncler

About the store:

The compound name refers to the store’s sister spaces. Bungalow, spread over two vast floors, is dedicated to menswear, while Bel Etage, located in the eponymous gallery, offers multibrand womenswear. Between them, the spaces have become a hub of fashion, architecture and interior design.

Emerson Renaldi

Nuernberg, Germany

Designers to look out for:

MSGM, McQ by Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Dsquared2, Chloé, Golden Goose Beluxe Brand, Valentino Garavani, Kenzo, Neil Barrett, Giuseppe Zanotti

About the store:

This self-proclaimed fashion paradise has grown from focusing solely on Italian designer shoes to an emporium stocking men’s and womenswear from Milan, Paris, London and New York. There is even an espresso lounge for when you need a break from all that shopping.

Hayashi

Frankfurt, Germany

Designers to look out for:

Kenzo, Carven, MSGM, Acne, Helmut Lang, Rag & Bone, Manoush, Lala Berlin, Sonia By Sonia Rykiel, Theory, T By Alexander Wang, Delfina Delettrez

About the store:

At Hayashi fashion is an art form. With venturous cuts, colours and fabrics, founder and owner Kerstin Görling sends electrifyingly new style stimuli into space. In the pure and bright-lit ambience of Hayashi, progressive graphic design and fashion goods merge into a futuristic space. Together with her team, the young owner combines plain elegance with cutting edge couture. Hayashi is now well-known and respected far beyond the borders of Frankfurt and Germany and the highly observed Hayashi-Paper blog proves to be popular amongst fashion lovers from all around the globe.