When I stepped into the X X X Berlin store in Kreuzberg a few weeks ago I thought to myself, oh my god, this is an avant-garde paradise. The look of the store, the selection of designers, the little details everywhere. It’s a dream come true for every lover of avant-garde fashion. They have amazing collections by Berlin-based designers and labels such as Mads Dinesen, Butterfly Soulfire and Tata Christiane, as well as international designers such as Barbara I Gongini and Moonspoon Salon from Denmark, Thomas from Canada, Bjorg from Sweden and Guiseppe Virgoni from Paris, who I think could be called the male counterpart of Augustin Teboul. They also have a very interesting record selection with releases by Dutch label Enfant Terrible that you could call the musical equivalent of avant-garde fashion.

When you dig further into the spacious loft in a hidden backyard at Görlitzer Bahnhof you will also find a beautiful gallery hallway and beyond that a kitchen space that is used for private dinners and presentations. There are also 3 very cool guestrooms that they rent out to artists and designers to work and sleep. It basically has all you need. I want to move in!! Have a look at our photo set from the X X X store and the details after the jump.

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These are the artists, labels and designers available in the store: Anouk Griffioen, Asger Juel Larsen, Barbara I Gongini, Been By D’Heygere, Bjorg, Butterfly Soulfire, Colette Vermeulen, Danielle Smits, Enfant Terrible, Esh, Guiseppe Virgone, Graphic Surgery, Ka-Lai Chan, Kria by Johanna Methusalemsdottir, Mads Dinesen, Marika Giacinti, Martine Viergever, Maurice Heesen, Maybebags London, Moonspoon Saloon, Mrs. Hershkin, Nienke Sybrandy, Tata Christiane, Thomas, and Yoad David Luxembourg.

X X X Berlin

Skalitzer Str. 33 – backyard, left sidewing, 3rd floor

10999 Berlin

Open Tue-Fri 12-20h, Sat 12-18h

www.xxx-berlin.com

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