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Voo

The Voo concept store achieved cult status from the moment that it opened its doors in 2010. It became the first fashion shop to appear in Berlin's Kreuzberg district, which is better known for its vibrant, alternative eateries and night life. With 300 square metres of space, Voo has enough room to showcase a wide range of fashion brands, both well- and lesser-known. These include Henrik Vibskov, Damir Doma, Wood Wood, Don't Shoot the Messengers, Pendleton and Twins for Peace.
The store provides a platform for the display of current trends in arts and design, being a great place to shop and draw inspiration.

As in any self-respecting concept store, a small section has also been allocated to vintage items and books. In addition, Voo hosts a variety of interdisciplinary art initiatives, exhibitions and designer projects. Thus, the industrial interior's rough, concrete walls are in a constant flux of change, exhibiting ever new items by numerous artists and designers.


Oranienstraße 24

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