Last friday I went to a surprisingly trip to Berlin. I won a giftwrapping workshop at decor8 with Holly at Barcomi's.
Apart from meeting crafty and inspirational ladies the winners also received a giftcard from Anthropology which set up a pop up shop at Barcomi's to celebrate their shipping to Germany: Spend 75 Euro and you will get free shipping!
On friday and saturday I rushed across Berlin Mitte to do some essential shopping:
R.S.V.P. for cards and washi tape,
Mamecha for one of a kind Matcha Latte,
Galerie Lafayette to check the new Miller Harris fragrance,
Dussmann for book and CD browsing.
Ps: What I don't like about Mitte are the tourists. And where are all the adults? Or is Mitte restricted to under 30s and Abiturklassen?
On saturday after a breakfast at Sarah Wiener at Hamburger Bahnhof with friends rush shopping at
Hasir, (Take away)
and at a lovely papeterie who specializes on recycling paper good at Oranienstrasse.
There I got stuck at a demo.
Just a normal day at Berlin.
Things I didn't have time to:
Helmholtzplatz shops like my favourites Victoria met Albert and,
Pomeranza and Goldhahn und Samson,
Veganz, a vegan supermarket,
KADEWE for the christmas window,
and a lovely small shop at Rykestrasse which sells scandinavian second hand Möbel and japanese zakka. Sorry, can't remember the name. It's near No Fire no Glory.