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Journeys

in Berlin

Journeys in Berlin


Our next destination this season is Berlin, birthplace of the Bauhaus movement. Creative Director Emily Smith found inspiration in the city’s artistic legacy, envisioning a travel-ready collection that mirrors the era’s geometric motifs, bold, modernist lines and flawless fusion of form and function. Explore her favorite sights to see and places to stay with this design-minded guide to the city.

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Neue Nationalgalerlie
Potsdamer Straße 50

The light-flooded steel and glass building housing Berlin’s New National Gallery was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe—the last director of the Bauhaus school and considered one of the preeminent masters of modern architecture. The collection showcases 20th century art, including works by Bauhaus-influenced artists Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky, plus significant collections from Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso and Max Ernst.

Neue Nationalgalerlie
Potsdamer Straße 50

The light-flooded steel and glass building housing Berlin’s New National Gallery was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe—the last director of the Bauhaus school and considered one of the preeminent masters of modern architecture. The collection showcases 20th century art, including works by Bauhaus-influenced artists Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky, plus significant collections from Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso and Max Ernst.

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Das Stue Hotel
Drakestraße 1

Housed in the former Royal Danish Embassy, this luxurious boutique hotel combines classical lines with modern, cutting-edge design. It sits on the western edge of the city’s Tiergarten park, offering stunning views of the Berlin Zoo and the city’s skylines. The décor balances Old World austerity with sculptural furniture, eclectic fixtures and whimsical touches of color. Guests can unwind with a dip in the pool or a glass of Riesling on the terrace.

Das Stue Hotel
Drakestraße 1

Housed in the former Royal Danish Embassy, this luxurious boutique hotel combines classical lines with modern, cutting-edge design. It sits on the western edge of the city’s Tiergarten park, offering stunning views of the Berlin Zoo and the city’s skylines. The décor balances Old World austerity with sculptural furniture, eclectic fixtures and whimsical touches of color. Guests can unwind with a dip in the pool or a glass of Riesling on the terrace.

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Dressing for getaways: A geometric print pays homage to Bauhaus-era design, while the Italian viscose fabric provides the ease of movement and packability that today’s travelers need.

Dressing for getaways: A geometric print pays homage to Bauhaus-era design, while the Italian viscose fabric provides the ease of movement and packability that today’s travelers need.

 

“I’ve wanted to do a collection inspired by Berlin for years. The architecture, the art and the vibrant spirit of the city really speak to me.”

--Emily Smith, Creative Director

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Paper & Tea
Bleibtreustr. 4
Alte Schönhauser Str. 50

This minimalist tea shop elevates sipping to a high art. The white-walled space features an extensive collection of artisanal teas from Kenya, China, Korea, Japan and Taiwan as well as exquisitely designed accessories for tea connoisseurs and a café where visitors can sample the latest blends.

Paper & Tea
Bleibtreustr. 4
Alte Schönhauser Str. 50

This minimalist tea shop elevates sipping to a high art. The white-walled space features an extensive collection of artisanal teas from Kenya, China, Korea, Japan and Taiwan as well as exquisitely designed accessories for tea connoisseurs and a café where visitors can sample the latest blends.

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Bauhaus Archive Museum of Design
Klingelhöferstraße 14

An icon of Bauhaus design, the Walter Gropius-designed Archive is devoted to presenting and documenting the movement’s influence on art, architecture and graphic design. Although the building is in the midst of a renovation, the breathtaking building is still an essential stop on any architectural tour of Berlin.

Bauhaus Archive Museum of Design
Klingelhöferstraße 14

An icon of Bauhaus design, the Walter Gropius-designed Archive is devoted to presenting and documenting the movement’s influence on art, architecture and graphic design. Although the building is in the midst of a renovation, the breathtaking building is still an essential stop on any architectural tour of Berlin.

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The art of travel: A cropped coat in luxurious, ultralight suede is perfect match for a season of discovery, close to home and far away. For another look, leave the belt loose and drape it over the shoulders.

The art of travel: A cropped coat in luxurious, ultralight suede is perfect match for a season of discovery, close to home and far away. For another look, leave the belt loose and drape it over the shoulders.

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Sammlung Boros
Reinhardtstr. 20

A converted World War II bunker serves as an unconventional exhibition space for this private art collection, which showcases a rotating gallery of immersive multimedia art installations, sculpture, paintings and works on paper. The museum, which features contemporary artists from 1990 to the present, is open to the public only through scheduled, docent-guided tours.

Sammlung Boros
Reinhardtstr. 20

A converted World War II bunker serves as an unconventional exhibition space for this private art collection, which showcases a rotating gallery of immersive multimedia art installations, sculpture, paintings and works on paper. The museum, which features contemporary artists from 1990 to the present, is open to the public only through scheduled, docent-guided tours.

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Grace Restaurant
Kurfürstendamm 25

European glamour meets modern sophistication at the restaurant of the historic Zoo Hotel—a onetime favorite of Berlin’s elite as well as Hollywood starlets from Grace Kelly to Sophia Loren. Asian and European influences are incorporated into an eclectic menu exemplifying the international melting pot that is Berlin today.

Grace Restaurant
Kurfürstendamm 25

European glamour meets modern sophistication at the restaurant of the historic Zoo Hotel—a onetime favorite of Berlin’s elite as well as Hollywood starlets from Grace Kelly to Sophia Loren. Asian and European influences are incorporated into an eclectic menu exemplifying the international melting pot that is Berlin today.

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