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Hamburg’s answer to Barneys, this contemporary, upscale department store is housed inside a grand warehouse building dating to 1912 that faces onto Lake Alster. Here you will find all of the expected luxury brands arrayed over five floors and 250,000 square feet of retail space.

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Inside this lovely home and lifestyle store are chic German and Scandinavian-inspired products.
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Anita Hass

This minimalist boutique in the well-heeled suburb of Eppendorf displays glamorous womenswear, handbags and shoes from the eponymous designer as well as pieces from Jil Sander, Helmut Lang and Nili Lotan.

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Anne Zimmer

Anne Zimmer’s gallery is a veritable treasure trove of gifts.
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Anneli M. Rieck

This sleek jewelry atelier exhibits handcrafted, sophisticated pieces, such as stack rings with a variety of multicolored gem stones and bold pendants.
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Annette Rufeger

Hamburg designer Katharina Czemper’s chic boutique in the gritty-cool Karolineviertel district carries both bold, one-of-a-kind pieces and everyday wear.
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APROPOS The Concept Store

This grand and airy concept store housed inside a beautiful white mansion carries trend-setting pieces from exclusive brands.

Bettina Schoenbach

Having worked for exclusive fashion houses as Valentino and Armani, Hamburg-born Bettina Schoenbach has a keen eye for style and how to accentuate the female figure in a sophisticated, demure way. Her beautifully designed apparel ranges from satin blouses and a classic woolcrepe coat to elegant evening wear. She is also the chief adviser and designer for German Prime Minister Angela Merkel.

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Brahmfeld and Gutruf

The oldest German jewelry company, which dates back to 1743, Brahmfeld and Gutruf occupies a prominent storefront on Neuerwall. Although no longer owned by the same family, the store still sells the impressive handmade watches as well as glittering gems and precious pieces from fabled jewelers.

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Chi Chi Fan

Chi Chi Fan displays beautifully made leather satchels, briefcases, purses and accessories in a rainbow of colors and finished with elegant hardware.

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This chic, airy shop carries the German brand’s own high quality denim, soft t-shirts and cozy knits for men and women.

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This polished kitchenware flagship store displays elegant fine china made in Germany, colorful flatware and hand-cut glasses.
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This contemporary women’s shop in Schanzenviertel stocks airy blouses and tailored jackets, alongside cute leather accessories and bold, geometric jewelry. The aesthetic is decidedly Scandinavian-inspired and youthful.

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H. Spliedt

A Hamburg jewelry institution on the most exclusive shopping street in the city, H. Spliedt carries gorgeous watches – both vintage and new – from Ulysee Nardin, Uhren and Cyrus, as well as exquisite jewelry from renowned German brands like Jochen Pohl. There is also a location on Sylt.

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This upscale indoor colonnade is home to several elegant boutiques and gourmet food stores.
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Hello Love

This cheery boutique boasts a curated mix of boho-chic wares, such as breezy printed blouses, colorful batik pillows and silk caftans.
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Herr Von Eden

This flamboyant mens line has quickly become a cult German label.
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Kauf Dich Glucklich

This beloved concept store (the name translates to “Buy Happy”) is laid out a bit like an apartment, with little rooms holding racks of chic womenswear. The front foyer has cool concept store products – think chic jewelry, coffee-table books, vintage postcards and woolen accessories.

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This delightful store stocks beautiful products that are handmade in Hamburg.
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This adorable collective in Eppendorf contains seven mini-shops in one with a variety of wares – from leather goods to jewelry to cult homewares. Francoise Henrichs has a colorful edit of homewares and little souvenirs that are perfect for gifts. Beautiful ceramic bowls, glass spoons of all sizes and shades, woven Mexican baskets and pouches made from out of recycled sails are just some of the treasures to be found.

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For beautifully handmade shoes crafted especially for you, the elegant Klemann shoemaker is a must visit.
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Koppel 66

Down a leafy path in the St. George neighborhood, this complex holds several artisanal workshops where you can see craftsmen creating wares in their studios. Don’t miss the beautiful wooden pens at Stefan Fink, couture hats at Teresa Gaschler and necklaces of gold and precious stones at Dorothee Eymes.

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Ladage & Oelke

On the beautiful, colonnaded galleria that runs along the Alster canal sits this charming emporium of British mens and womenswear.
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Little Department Store

This sophisticated and minimalist shop displays a chic edit of well-established brands and lesser-known cult labels.
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Ludwig Reiter

This family-run shoe company was founded in Vienna and employs Viennese design, but its only shop is in Hamburg.
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Maison F

This den of global homewares brims with unique finds for the eclectic home.

Maison Suneve

Hamburg designer Katharina Czemper’s chic boutique in the gritty-cool Karolinenviertel district carries both bold, one-of-a-kind pieces and sophisticated, everyday wear as well as a stunning array of casual sandals, jewelry and accessories.


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