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Hamburg is swarming with creative types who sell their haute couture fashion from a host of quaint little boutiques.
A visit to this stylish boutique in Schanzenviertel district is mandatory for all lovers of "classics with a twist".
Fashion designers Stefan Harm and Tobias Jopp create sensual dresses and impeccable suits that bring out the best in both, men and women.
Built to last: The designers' declared goal is to create timeless clothing items that are equally inspired by the past, present, and future.
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Designed in Hamburg, shipped out into the world, with cheerful female fashion as a trademark: Goodlife makes your life a little better.
A small room that can turn into huge ideas as well as a shop, gallery, pop-up location, or workshop in a heartbeat.
Named after a 1920s avant-garde fashion shop in Vienna, this store was opened in Eimsbuettel in 1996 and became a trademark soon after.
It started on Sylt island, with Birte Henningsen and her knitting machine. Today she's one of Hamburg's most famous designers.
This is where Hamburg's celebrities suit up: Herr von Eden is one of the city's most renowned designers for classy men's fashion.
Family-owned since 1845, almost all of the "very British" clothing items at tradition-rich Ladage&Oelke are handmade.
Browse through unique clothing, home accessories and gifts by selected designers and manufacturers, in this friendly shop.
SIUM in Karolinenviertel district stands for fine and unconventional women's clothing, handmade by designer Regine Steenbock.
The artists of the Elternhaus workshop create clothing, accessories and perfume as means to reinforce public dissent.