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As a well-known American film-maker prefers not to do business with small start-up companies, Fotoimpex turned east in the search for quality film and photographic accessories. And it came up with a couple of gems, such as Czech-made Foma film and East German black and white film sold under the name of efke. The classic photo paper sold here doesn't even pretend to be a brand, but hey, this is first class stuff sold at a fraction of the price asked by better-known manufacturers. The proof of the pudding is the fact that local artists and keen photographers flock here to stock up on film and developing equipment. And if you're looking for a bit of friendly advice, the staff are more than happy to answer your questions, however strange they may be.
Collection Of Style or COS, as it is popularly called, is known for its brilliant, cutting-edge designs. With stores all over the Middle-East, Europe and Asia, all COS stores display unique, high-end pieces that use innovative, signature style, gorgeous fabrics and a distinct blend of classicism and modernist approach. Apart from apparel, COS also offers designer furnishings and decor items that will definitely add that special touch of glamour to your home. Located in Mitte Berlin, COS provides a unique shopping experience.
Kaufhof na Alexanderplatz é uma das mais velhas e bem conhecidas lojas de departamento. Espalhada em cinco andares, a loja possui uma enorme selecção de bens parecidos como aqueles que estão na KaDeWe da Berlim oeste. Porém os preços da Kaufhof são, normalmente, melhores do que os da sua rival.
Berlin begins the millennium leaping back in time. While the new capital outwardly becomes more and more futuristic, places like Tenderloin celebrate the trends of times gone by - which are now more fashionable than ever. Situated close to Hackesche Höfe, Tenderloin is a haven for sixties revivalists. A forest of outdated lamps dangle from the ceiling and dozens of multi-colored plastic television sets, chairs and tables fight for space on the floor. The clothing section offers a selection of wacky second-hand sixties gear as well as modern-day revivalist Spanish labels such as Inexplicable and No Mad. And it's probably best not to even mention the large collection of wigs...