Berlin style isn't easily definable, but these four brands are carving a name for themselves in each of their own aesthetic. Whether you want elegant and affordable staples or statement pieces galore, you'll find something in Berlin's bountiful fashion offering.
Cult Berlin-based publication 032C is leading the charge on the evolution of the modern media company with its line of streetwear. Designed by 032C co-founder Maria Koch, who has previously worked for design houses Jil Sander and Marios Schwab, it's the ultimate cool-kid range featuring collectable slogan T-shirts, playful accessories and durable outerwear. @032c_Apparel
We couldn't discuss Berlin style without highlighting clothes to wear clubbing, and GmbH is a fashion collective that came together through the city's techno scene. Founded in 2016 by Serhat Isk and Benjamin Alexander Huseby, the LVMH Prize-nominated brand uses deadstock materials to create fitted tops, oversized sweatshirts, unique denim pieces and contemporary suiting. @Gmbh_Official
Scandi-chic label Arket is the high street answer to fashion-forward yet refined wardrobe staples. The H&M-owned company offers high-quality products at an affordable price point, and an elegantly utilitarian aesthetic that will have you blending right in with Berliners. @ArketOfficial
Berlin-based designer Marina utilises her signature buckles in all shapes and sizes throughout her eponymous womenswear label. The antithesis of function-over-form style, her pieces are irreverent, often brightly coloured and form-fitting, designed for those who love to stand out. @MarinaHoermanseder