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The area around the Ku'damm in Charlottenburg, Wilmersdorf and Schöneberg was and is Berlin's shopping center. Historically the Ku'damm was populated by exclusive boutiques, though today big name international labels such as Prada, Cartier and Versace share the streetscape with the downmarket chains found in every suburban shopping centre. That said, some of Berlin´s best shopping is to be found in the smaller cross and back streets off the Ku'damm itself. Bleibtreu and Fasanenstrasse for example each offer an assortment of stylish boutiques of a quieter more gentile nature.

Bleibtreustr. 4, 10623 Berlin - Charlottenburg | Tel: 313 19 62, Fax: no fax | S-Bahn Savignyplatz | All credit cards accepted
Regine Lehmann of Camoflage describes her exclusive tailor made clothing as "elegant, feminine and casual". A glance at her studio boutique revels a range of timeless outfits in lace, leather and rare fabrics. Specialities include fringes, feathers and cords all of which lend individuality to the simple designs.

Fiebelkorn, Kuckuck & Langheim
Bleibtreustr. 4, 10623 Berlin - Charlottenburg | Tel: 312 33 73, Fax: 312 33 73 | S-Bahn Savignyplatz |
The large showroom at Fiebelkorn, Kuckuck & Langheim houses the collections of three independent young designers each with a passion for color. Frederieke Fiebelkorn specializes in non-traditional wedding attire; Nanna Kuckuck's pieces are detailed and feature opulent and pleated fabrics; and Inge Langheim´s collection comprises of more classical day and evening wear.

Tauentzienstr. 21-24, 10789 Berlin - Schöneberg | Tel: 213 24 55, Fax: no fax | Cards: AmEx, DC, MC, V. | Times: Mon-Fri 9:30-20:00, Sat 9-16.
Founded in 1907, the 'Department Store of the West' (Kaufhaus des Westens) is the largest of its kind in continental Europe. After the fall of the wall, East Berliners added to the usual crowds of tourists and shoppers gawking at the huge range of name brand clothing and other merchandise from around the world. Although those with an Anglo-Saxon background may wonder what the fuss is all about, KaDeWe is still one of Berlin's best retailers, and the 6th floor food hall is reason enough to visit - the gourmet foodstuffs and exotic produce will be sure to tempt the tastebuds in between dressing room forays.

Milia Mode & Accessoires
Ludwigkirchstraße 13, Berlin - Wilmersdorf | Tel: 883 79 82, Fax: no fax | Times: Mon 12-19, Tue-Fri 11-19, Sat 11-15.
Ingrid Westenberger at Milia, a shop for fashion and accessoires, specializes in fashion from France, Italy, Japan and Berlin. Ladies will find designer costumes and a selection of shoes by Armani, Rene Lezar, Ane Kenssen, Girbeaud and Stephane Kelian. In addition, Ingrid offers the creations of a select few successful and talented Berlin fashion designers. You should not miss the the small shop's major event, the annual presentation of the fall collection. You will not find a large selection here, it's a tiny shop. But for somebody looking for quality and style, this may be just the right place. And Ingrid will assist you in requests for special sizes and late orders. If needed, a tailor with whom Ingrid works is nearby. The shop exudes a touch of exclusiveness, but once inside you will feel welcomed and supported in your search for that perfect frock.

Monella Fashion & Design
Ludwigkirchstraße 14, Berlin - Wilmersdorf | Tel: 883 18 45, Fax: no fax | Times: Mon 15-19, Tue-Fri 13-19, Sat 11-15.
Upon entering Monella's shop, you might run into well-known faces from theater and film. Monella has been here for some 20 years, giving her the senior position among all the shops. She is a trained fashion designer and lived in Italy for some 10 years. Over the last decades she has become one of the top designers for female clothing and hats in Berlin, but she takes great pride in cooperating with young and talented Berlin designers as well. Twice a year Monella presents a new collection. The secret of her success is her personal care for each customer and their special needs - and she does that with charm and esprit.

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